The Top 10 Restaurants Near Hermann Park, Houston

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Photo of Errin Maye
9 February 2017

Houston’s Hermann Park is filled with and surrounded by attractions. The museums, landmarks and gardens will keep you occupied all day. When you’re done with your adventure-filled day or just need to recharge, check out the top 10 restaurants near Houston’s Hermann Park. They’re worth planning your day around.

Bodegas Taco Shop

Restaurant, Mexican
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Houston, Texas is a city that prides itself on amazing cuisine and of course the perfect pick-me up, food trucks. You’ll find any type of cuisine here, but in particular, the Mexican food is worth a try. Bodegas Taco Shop offers a spot for you to build your own burritos, tostadas, tacos, and salads with a modern and rustic vibe of tex-mex tequila bar and of course live music.

Revelry on Richmond

Revelry on Richmond is the spot to meet creative minds. Hang out and enjoy their selected dinner specials, Geeks Who Drink Trivia Tuesdays, Happy Hour Specials enjoy their craft beer selections of your taste Mondays to Thursdays, and Friday’s with karaoke, sing your little hearts out for the start of your weekend, and join in on their Weekend Patio Party. You never know who you’ll meet in this festive spot.

Revelry on Richmond, 1613 Richmond Ave Houston, TX 77006, USA + (1) 832-538-0724


Ambrosia will wake you with a tangy and spicy twist to Asian cuisines. Pick and choose your desired flavors, mix and match if you want, and go on your own lavish foodie adventures. Aside from their interior and relaxed vibes, the food is what calls visitors back for more. And Ambrosia offers the opportunity to try out new foods, like their garlic brussels sprouts and flank grilled steak pieces with samosa bites.

Ambrosia, 2003 Lexington St Houston, TX 77098, USA + (1) 832-649-4636

Pax Americana

Bar, Restaurant, American, $$$
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With their quaint sunny yellow exterior surrounded by palm trees, Pax Americana will excite your inner city adventures hours after leaving the sites. They pride themselves on bringing you the atmosphere an all-American neighbor restaurant, bar, and grill. With America being a huge melting pot, why not join the modern American way of diversity here in Houston and check out this restaurant.

Dak & Bop

This is a new spin on Texas meets Korean dishes. Dak & Bop recreates their own versions of fried food. They are known for double-frying their chicken to give it that extra crisp, and the D&B Kimchi fries are to die for. This spot adds for an exclusive, intimate, and laid-back atmosphere so you know you will always be taken care of. And don’t worry, they will have sports fans covered with their wide screen televisions for every college football and NFL games, as well as a wide selection of beers and creative cocktails for all your happy hour needs.

Dak & Bop, 1801 Binz St #120 Houston, TX 77004, USA + (1) 713-528-0280

BNC Taste & Tradition

Restaurant, Spanish, $$$
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Who says you have to buy out a space in a fancy building to call it a restaurant? This spot is set in a 1920s home and enriches your tastebuds and other sense with their contemporary Spanish finding and classic Catalan flavors. BNC Taste & Tradition stays true to their name and their major founding values of crafting and creating food for all the senses and a place to start new traditions.

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