Many types of cuisine are available in the large city of Houston.
People will find numerous delicious Italian restaurants Houston
Quattro at the Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Houston serves breakfast, lunch, dinner. The restaurant has an antipasto bar. The items on the dinner menu of “small plates” are different every week. Some of these items are garlic tiger shrimp served with lemon risotto and truffle fondue accompanied by ciabatta.
Trevisio is located in the Texas Medical Center Commons Building in the Medical Center neighborhood. There is a water wall in the lobby. Traditional Italian dishes, duck, lamb and other items are available on the menu here. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner on weekdays. Dinner is served on Saturdays.
The Little Napoli Italian Cuisine restaurant in the Galleria area is open for lunch and dinner. Grilled tuna steak salad, grilled meat and grilled seafood are some of the items on the menu here.
D’Amico’s Italian Market CafÃ© is near Rice University. Pizza and pasta are on the lunch menu here. Dinner options include wild mushroom and walnut tortellini. A variety of other pasta dishes are also available for dinner.
Rivas Restaurant is in the Montrose area. The lunch menu has pasta, burgers and sandwiches. Dinner choices include seafood appetizers, veal and pasta.
Patrenella’s is in a renovated old house close to the Heights. Pasta is served with chicken, veal, seafood or vegetarian style. White anchovies can be ordered from the antipasti menu and chick peas are served with one of the pasta dishes.
Pepino’s Italian Restaurant in the Museum District serves lunch and dinner on weekdays. The restaurant is not open for lunch on weekends. Veal in a mushroom brandy crÃ¨me sauce is one of the menu items here. A variety of pasta dishes and seafood are also served.
People searching for Italian Houston restaurants will find they have a lot of options.