Listings in Creative chefs of Houston

Hundreds of entreprenuerial chefs call Houston home. They run food trucks, they start restaurants, and a few have built their own culinary empire. You never have to eat at a chain restaurant in Houston. 

Hugo Ortega

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3-time James Beard Awards finalist, Ortega has 3 of Houston's top restaurants: Hugo's, Backstreet and Caracol. Born in Mexico City, he worked himself up from a dishwasher in Houston, eventually recreating his family's authentic Mexican cuisine.

1600 Westheimer
Montrose, Houston 77006

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Bryan Caswell

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Bryan Caswell's most notable achievement has been Reef restaurant and bar, an original and evolving elevation of Gulf Coast seafood. He was trained by Jean Georges. Other ventures include hamburger joint Little Bigs and Tex-Mex cafe El Real.

2600 Travis
Midtown, Houston 77006

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Manabu Horiuchi

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Japanese grill Kata Robata is the home of Manabu Horiuchi, an extraordinary chef who melds the best of Japanese cuisine into the local culture. Exquisite sushi. Friendly and adventurous, he's building relationships with other chefs--see Izakaya.

3600 Kirby Suite H
Upper Kirby, Houston 77098

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Chris Shepherd

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Underbelly is the work of Shepherd, an award-winning chef who blends food traditions from around the world with the best locally produced meats, seafood and fresh farm produce. Butchering on-site and using whole animal. Unique wine selections.

1100 Westheimer Road
Montrose, Houston 77006

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Ronnie Killen

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Ronnie Killen had his first barbecue joint by age 23, but left Houston for Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Institute in London, graduating first in his class. He returned to Houston in 2003 and now has three popular restaurants in the suburb of Pearland.

3613 E. Broadway
Pearland, Houston 77581

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Seth Siegel-Gardner and Terrence Gallivan

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A unique team of chefs who've created a totally original venue with two jointly-located restaurants with constantly changing, locally-sourced cuisine. The Pass is a formal restaurant, and Provisions is more casual, including a communal table.

807 Taft Street
Fourth Ward, Houston 77019

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Michael Cordua

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Michael Curdua, born in Nicaragua, innovates new adaptions of Latin American cuisine for American diners. Now his son David is furthering the exploration. Churrascos was the first, but the romantic Americas restaurant has become the most popular.

Corporate Offices
2411 Fountain View Dr, Suite 101
Galleria, Houston 77057

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Monica Pope

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Pope's motto is "eat where your food lives," and she is famous for the originality of her food respecting what's available from local farmers and markets. Current restaurants include Beaver's, and she also runs cooking classes.

2310 Decatur Street
First Ward, Houston 77007

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Justin Yu

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Oxheart is considered one of the nation's best Southern restaurants, owned by chef Justin Yu and baker Karen Man. It's a small venue in an industrial neighborhood offering a limited menu of locally-sourced, complete original cuisine.

1302 Nance Street
Warehouse District (Downtown), Houston 77002

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Robert Del Grande

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Robert Del Grande, 1992 winner of the James Beard Award for Best Chef: Southwest, is executive chef for Schiller Del Grande Restaurant Group. Their flagship is Cafe Annie. Robert also created a new level in fast casual dining with Cafe Express.

Corporate offices
5858 Westheimer, Suite 101
Galleria, Houston 77057

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