Make Robb Walsh's 100 List Your New Year's Resolution

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With the New Year, you may have made some new resolutions to go along with it. But if you haven't yet made any, please allow us to suggest an attempt to work your way through Robb Walsh's list of his 100 Favorite Dishes.

Whether you're familiar with the city and would like to revisit old favorites or whether you're looking to get better acquainted with Houston's food through a little exploration, this list's for you. Our awesome reader Kyle Nielsen even made the handy map you see above to help you decide where to start or where to go next.

And let's face it: This New Year's resolution is far easier to keep than resolutions like "lose 25 pounds" or "achieve world peace," and it's more enjoyable to boot. After all, how much fun would life be without war-mongering propaganda posters for future generations to mock? Just stick to Walsh's 100 List.


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Hollywood Montrose
Hollywood Montrose

Protip: Consume as many oysters and cold beer as you can at Gilhooley's then ride the roller coaster at Kemah.

albinoalligator
albinoalligator

and so begins the 2011 PR push for Walsh's new restaurant. Let's all make sure to keep his name top of mind, shall we?

John Nechman
John Nechman

I've had all 100 (OINK!), and the choices are pretty excellent. I'd drive to Gilhooley's any time for the oysters, especially these days when oysters are getting super fat and delicious.

Katharine Shilcutt
Katharine Shilcutt

A reminder that I should have put into the post: A few of the places on the list, like Brisa Cocina, are now closed. Make sure to call ahead before you head out to each spot!

Fatty FatBastard
Fatty FatBastard

I just went to San Leon to try the oyster's Gilhooley. In my opinion, they are fantastic. BUT save it as a stop-off the next time you are headed to Galveston. As good as they were, it still isn't worth a 90 mile round trip.

Bensonhedg
Bensonhedg

Nonsense. A "PR push" implies that info is coming from Walsh and his partners to the Press, in order to benefit Walsh et al. More likely, the Press already has this info that Walsh published in his role as the food critic, and is just rehashing. Think the map is something that CultureMap would envy, though.

Kyle
Kyle

This, except unironically.

Kyle
Kyle

I would totally drive 90 miles round trip for those oysters. In fact, I think I'll go this month.

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