Just a few minutes south of Houston is Pearland, a fairly popular and quickly growing suburban city. Contrary to its name, there are no actual pears in the area. However, there are tons of good restaurants to choose from. Whether you want some fairly priced sushi or delicious barbecue, Pearland will have what you’re looking for.
The delicious menu here includes starters such as Spinach and Artichoke Dip served with fresh baked wood-fired flat bread, or Shrimp and Mango Ceviche. For a main, try the Mike & Jen Pasta (one of our favorites) or the Pasta Alla Vodka. If pasta isn’t your thing, you can also choose from select wood-fired pizzas or dishes made from the grill. Grazia also has a Sunday Brunch menu.
Grazia, 9415 W Broadway St, Pearland, TX, USA +1 832 230 8873
Killen’s Steakhouse is considered one of the best steakhouses in America. Purchasing top-quality meats from places like Allen Brothers of Chicago, there is no wonder why the steak dishes, from the Filet Mignons to the Ribeyes, are top-rated. The creamed corn, macaroni and cheese, and the Creme Brûlée Bread Pudding are also favorites on the menu.
Killen’s Steakhouse, 6425 W Broadway St, Pearland, TX, USA +1 281 485 0844
The first Gringo’s, also known as The Original, opened in Pearland in 1993. Now, this local favorite has 10 locations in nine different Texas cities. It’s their tasty Tex-Mex favorites, like their fajitas or their Baja BBQ Ribs Plate, and their selection of Margaritas that makes Gringo’s a one-of-a-kind dining experience. Guests can also indulge themselves with free soft serve ice cream; whether you want it before or after your meal (or even both) is up to you. There are two Pearland locations, The Original and the one located at the Pearland Town Center.
Pearland “The Original”, 2202 E Broadway, Pearland, TX, USA, +1 281 485 3844
Center Court Pizza and Brew is the perfect place to go if you’re looking for delicious pizza and want a big selection of beer to go with it. Center Court is also a great alternative to Buffalo Wild Wings if you want to eat out and watch a sports game. Try the Ninja Turtle if you’re a pepperoni person or the Free Throw if you like meat and vegetables on your pizza. On Mondays you can get a large pizza with up to 11 toppings for $12.
If you’ve never had Raising Cane’s, you’re missing out on some great chicken tenders. Not only the chicken tenders, but the Texas toast, the crinkle fries and the almost-addictive Cane’s sauce. This fast-food favorite will have you craving your next visit.