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Caracol Mexican Cemita Mexican sandwich
At Caracol, try a cemita. This riff on the street food classic comes with a choice of fish or chicken milanese. Caracol/Facebook
Mocking Bird Bistro petite cab strip steak with wild mushrooms, pommes frites and madeira sauce
Mockingbird Bistro's petite cab strip steak with wild mushrooms, pommes frites and madeira sauce. Photo by John Sheely
Quattro dining room
The stylish dining room at Quattro provides a great place for a three-course lunch.  Courtesy photo
Artisans Houston restaurant crowd venue
Artisans two-course menu delivers big French flavors.  Photo by Debora Smail/Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau
L'Olivier Restaurant & Bar Asian crispy sticky bun with spicy oven-roasted chicken and cabbage and carrots
Head to L'Olivier for this crispy sticky bun with spicy oven-roasted chicken. L'Olivier Restaurant & Bar/Twitter
Sage 400 Japanese Cuisine lobster salad
Sage 400 features this lobster salad as an entree choice. Sage 400 Japanese Cuisine/Facebook
The RDG Burger, at RDG + Bar Annie
Don't even try to resist the burger at RDG + Bar Annie. Photo by © Debora Smail
Pico's Amaretto and Vanilla Flan
Finish off a meal at Pico's with flan.  Pico's Mex Mex/Facebook
Mr. Peeples grilled pork chop with chipotle mac and cheese I THINK
Order the grilled pork chop at Mr. Peeples just to get the chipotle mac & cheese.  Mr. Peeples/Facebook
Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse pan-seared Atlantic salmon
Not in the mood for steak? Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse offers pan-seared Atlantic salmon. Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse/Facebook
60 Degrees Mastercrafted salad July 2014
The chopped salad is one of the starters at 60 Degrees Mastercrafted.  Photo by Joel Luks