Iconic Houston Restaurant Praised for More than 40 Years of Exceptional Southern Style Service
Zagat honors Brennan’s of Houston with the award of Houston’s only listed top restaurant for service. As mentioned in a story appearing in USA TODAY (February 13) with 25 selected cities, the restaurant guidebook and online publisher refers to Brennan’s of Houston as “the place to indulge” in “fabulous” Texas Creole with “exceptional hospitality”.
“We are honored to be recognized by Zagat and our customer,” says Alex Brennan-Martin, Owner of Brennan’s of Houston. “Our guests return to the restaurant time and time again for the great memories we create and the Southern hospitality we’ve been giving for more than 40 years.”
Brennan’s of Houston kitchen, helmed by Executive Chef Danny Trace, presents Texas Creole classics including Turtle Soup, Pecan Crusted Gulf Fish and decadent Bananas Foster.
Known as New Orleans’ culinary first family, the Brennan family brought their renowned culture of Southern hospitality to the people of Houston in 1967. Led by Commander’s Palace Family of Restaurants co-owners Alex Brennan-Martin, his sister, Ti Adelaide Martin, and their cousin, Lally Brennan, Brennan’s of Houston has become Texas tradition, focusing on the family’s heritage and passionate about its signature Texas Creole cuisine and creating memories for its patrons.
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For more information or to make a reservation, please contact Brennan’s of Houston at 713.522.9711 or visit Brennan’s of Houston’s website.Tags: restaurant, service, usa today, zagat