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wallyg | May 14, 201806:47 AM     5

Headed to Houston for a week with two four year olds, and still adjusting to the cramped traveling style of being parents. We might be able to get away for a night without the kids, so we're thinking of doing Hugo's, Xochi, UB Preserv or Theodore Rex. But we're wondering what we might be able to get away trying with the kids as well maybe by doing some offhours...early lunch, late late/early dinner. Any recommendations?

Here are a few places we're toying with:
Irma's Original
Original Ninfa's on Navigation
Hay Merchant
Pondicheri
Himalaya
Crawfish & Noodles
Pho Binh by Night

Not asking about BBQ because I'm kind of assuming that should be relatively safe, but if I'm wrong, etll me?

Thanks in advance!

Pho Bình By Night
Crawfish & Noodles
Himalaya Restaurant
Pondicheri
The Hay Merchant
The Original Ninfa's on Navigation
Irma's Original
Hugo's
Xochi
UB Preserv
Theodore Rex
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