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When you’re looking for a fine dining experience with a casual price tag, it’s time to check out Houston’s menu prices. Houston’s provides a diverse selection of options that are prepared from scratch every day and presented in the classic American style. Everything on their menu is of the highest quality, from the fresh-ground chuck and brisket hamburgers to the carefully selected daily fish options.

When you want to experience the best fare America has to offer, with burgers and sandwiches served on fresh baked bread and grapefruits and oranges that are fresh squeezed, it’s time to go to Houston’s. You’ll enjoy some delicious classic fare in an environment that is warm and welcoming.

Their full menu of American classics can be found below:

FoodSizePrice

Burgers & Sandwiches

Cheeseburger$13.00
California Burger$13.00
Biltmore Chicken Sandwich$14.00
Famous French Dip Au Jus$17.00
House Made Veggie Burger$13.00
Fresh Fish Sandwich$13.00
The Racquet Club Sandwich$14.00

Salads

The Grilled Chicken Salad$15.00
Caesar Salad$11.00
The Club Salad$15.00
Evil Jungle Thai Steak Salad$16.00
Traditional Salad$11.00
Todays Soup and Salad$14.00
Sashimi Tuna Salad$17.00

Entrees

Rotisserie Chicken$17.00
Hawaiian Rib Eye$27.00
Prime Rib Roast$27.00
Marks Seasonal Vegetable Plate$14.00
Knife and Fork" Barbeque Ribs$26.00
Filet Mignon$29.00

Starters & Sides

Chicago Style Spinach Dip$12.00
Couscous$3.00
Hand-Cut French Fries$3.00
Cheddar Parmesan Toast$4.00
Coleslaw$3.00
Mashed Potatoes Colcannon$3.00
Seasonal Vegetable$4.00

Soup Calendar

Clam Chowder$6.00
Tortilla Soup$6.00
New Orleans Red Bean Soup$6.00
Gazpacho$6.00
Mexico City Style Soup$6.00
Firehouse Chili$6.00

Desserts

Hot Fudge Sunday$8.00
Espresso$1.00
Cappuccino$2.00
Key Lime Pie$8.00
Macchiato$1.00

Whites

Gloria Ferrer SparklingGlass$8.00
Marco Felluga Pinot GrigioGlass$8.00
Lobster Cove ChardonnayGlass$7.00
Treana White BlendGlass$9.00
Dr. Konstantin Frank RieslingGlass$8.00
Buttonwood Sauvignon BlancGlass$7.00
Brucher ChardonnayGlass$8.00

Reds

Olive Lane Pinot NoirGlass$9.00
Isenhower Paintbrush MerlotGlass$10.00
Justin Cabernet SauvignonGlass$10.00
Buehler ZinfandelGlass$9.00
Cloverdale Ranch MerlotGlass$10.00
Provenance Cabernet SauvignonGlass$12.00

Sparkling Wine

26.00Nicolas Feuillatte, France$17.00
Gloria Ferre, Brut, Sonoma$8.00-$24.00
Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin, France$34.00

Chardonnay

Lobster Cove, Mendocino$7.00 - $21.00
Frankland Estate, Australia$28.00
Kent Rasmussen, Napa Valley$37.00
Brucher, Arroyo Grande Valley$8.00 - $24.00
Groth, Napa Valley$34.00

Cabernet Sauvignon

Ehlers, Napa Valley$32.00
Pine Ridge, Rutherford$58.00
La Jota, Napa Valley$68.00
Spring Mountain, Napa Valley$55.00
Cornerstone, Napa Valley$62.00

Merlot

Falesco, Umbria, Italy$25.00
Chateau Pipeau, St. Emillion, Bordeaux$38.00
Miner Family Stagecoach, Napa Valley$45.00
Flora Springs, Napa Valley$30.00
Robert Keenan, Napa Valley$42.00
LEcole #41 Seven Hills, Walla Walla Valley$50.00

Other Reds

Pinot Noir, Siduri Shaw Mt. Vineyard, Willamette Valley, OR$29.00
Blend, Owen Roe Red Wine, Yakima Valley, WA$60.00
Sangiovese, Capezzana, Carmigiano, Italy$39.00
Shiraz, Lengs & Cooter The Victor, Australia$27.00
Zinfandel, a. Rafanelli, Dry Creek Valley$45.00
Malbec, Tikal Amorio, Mendoza, Argentina$42.00
Petite Sirah, Girard, Napa Valley$32.00
Syrah, Austin Hope, Paso Robles$55.00

Dessert Wine

Ice Wine, Tu Tu Luna, Sonoma$7.00
Port, Taylor Fladgate 20 year, Portugal$7.00

Popular Menu Items

Houston’s is well known for its high-quality dishes and rich, savory burgers. Houston’s stands as one of the few restaurants you can drop in and get burgers that were fresh ground on the premises that day out of their own custom blend of Chuck Steak and Brisket. You’ll also find their own custom fresh baked egg bread appearing on all their sandwiches, and a delicious blend of mashed potatoes served alongside their fish of the day.

Stopping in at Houston’s will give you a taste of down-home Americana, from the Loaded Baked Potato side to the Five Nut Brownie with Ice Cream that comes for dessert. You won’t be disappointed when you try anything on their menu.

Check out some of their most popular offerings below:

Grilled Chicken Salad

A healthy start to a delicious meal the Houston’s grilled chicken salad comes on a bed of crispy fresh greens with tomatoes, cheese, tomatoes, and a delicious house dressing. The chicken is freshly grilled each day and is easily one of the most delicious ways to have a healthy salad.

A full meal in a salad for $18.00

House-Smoked Salmon

You can get smoked salmon just about anywhere, but only at Houston’s will you get a smoked salmon that’s unique to the restaurant its served at. Houston’s smokes their salmon in-house to provide a rich and unique salmon experience that will keep you coming back.

Enjoy this delicious smoky treat for just $15.00

Hawaiian Rib-Eye with Loaded Baked Potato

This is one of their most popular items, a savory and sweet Hawaiian rib-eye prepared with a rich blend of spices and fresh pineapple. Combined with their loaded baked potato this makes a filling and delectable meal with a rib-eye you won’t find anywhere else. Truly an experience worth having.

Dine like you’re in the tropics for $34.00

Apple Walnut Cobbler w/ Caramel Topping

Apple walnut cobbler is an American classic that is a hit on their menu every night. Here you’ll find tantalizingly seasons apples baked with chopped walnuts and a deliciously dense cobbler topping drizzled with their custom caramel. It’s the perfect ending to a meal, or to pick up to take home!

Find out how sweet it is for $9.00

Houston’s History

Established in 1977 Joe Ledbetter and Vic Branstetter signed on with George Biel to start the incredible restaurant that would become Houston’s. Throughout the United States you’ll find 19 locations bearing the name Houston’s, and countless others that fall under names such as Woodmont Grill, South Beverly Grill, White House Tavern, Gulfstream, Banderas, and more. While Branstetter and Ledbetter eventually signed off of their shares, leaving Biel as the CEO of the restaurant chain, they were originally working with him to produce a restaurant that kept a central theme while honoring the regional tastes they were set up in.

When you go to a Houston’s, you’re stopping in for casual dining in an upscale environment, with quality in their dishes that merits the slightly higher price-tag offered to their patrons. Just stop in to enjoy some of the most delicious American food you’ll ever encounter.