Downtown Houston restaurants to dine at during the NCAA Final Four

Whether you are in Houston for the NCAA Final Four, catching a baseball game at Minute Maid Park, or just in the mood for big-city dining, there are plenty of restaurants in downtown Houston for delicious dinner.


1. Huynh Restaurant

Huynh Restaurant

The Huynh family has opened one of the best Vietnamese restaurants in the city, called Huynh. Huynh is a family-run restaurant that serves homemade Vietnamese food in a comfortable urban atmosphere. Huynh Restaurant has been in Houston for over ten years. Our EaDo location, just behind the convention center, is easily accessed from 59 or downtown.


2. Perbacco


It is located in downtown Houston’s Theater District, Perbacco provides guests with authentic Italian cuisine. It is a casual, yet contemporary setting that features large photographs on the walls and large windows for guests to take in the views as they eat. Owner and chef Vittorio Preteroti create dishes with fresh ingredients and flavors from Capri Italy. Guests can start their meal with a Caprese salad or marinara-style mussels at Perbacco.


3. Zydeco Louisiana Diner

Zydeco Louisiana Diner

Zydeco Louisiana Diner has been serving up South Louisiana home cooking in Downtown Houston since 1988. Our menu features family recipes that have been handed down for three generations. All items are prepared fresh daily. This restaurant is known for its delicious taste.


4. McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood & Steaks

McCormick & Schmick's Seafood & Steaks

McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants Inc. is an American seafood restaurant chain, formerly based in Portland, Oregon. Each McCormick & Schmick restaurant is uniquely designed to create an inviting, original, and relaxed atmosphere, where guests can enjoy the highest quality dining experience.


5. Irma’s Southwest

Irma's Southwest

In 1988, Irma Galvan opened a small sandwich shop in an old house in downtown’s warehouse district. Soon after, she converted the menu to Mexican fare and created a welcoming environment rarely found in restaurants. Irma’s Southwest remains true to its core values of faith, neighborly service, and great food.

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