I'm borrowing this topic from the Austin board because I found it interesting. This year, I've made an effort to visit Houston's oldest restaurants to see for myself what gives them such longevity. So I've been to Triple A (1942), Barbecue Inn (1946), Gaido's in Galveston (1911), and this week hit Doyle's for Italian food (1954). I've also been to Dot Coffee Shop (1960's), Swinging Door BBQ (1973), Brennan's (1967), Churrasco's (Bissonet store opened 1980's). Help me out, what have I missed?
Triple A Restaurant
2526 Airline Dr, Houston, TX 77009
116 W Crosstimbers St, Houston, TX 77018
3714 Fm 359 Rd, Richmond, TX 77406
Dot Coffee Shop
7006 Avenue I, Houston, TX 77011