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Houston's / Hillstone

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  • American (Traditional), Sushi
  • 153 E 53rd St, New York NY10022 40.75844 -73.970443
  • (At 3rd Ave)
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  • (212) 888-3828
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User Ratings (Based on 71 reviews)

Food 4.3 Value 3.7
Service 4.2 Atmosphere 4.3

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 888-3828
(212) 888-4083
Visa, MC, AmEx
Sun-Mon: 11:30am-10pm Tue-Sat: 11:30am-11pm
Lunch, Dinner
Group Dining, Live Entertainment, Bar Scene, Accepts Credit Cards, Take Out

User Reviews

  • Houston's / Hillstone

    Posted by orca on 09/08/2008

    excellent atmosphere

    Tucked away below Barnes and Noble on Third Avenue Houston's offers a good atmosphere and excellent service. The New York Strip is good value: aged for better taste and accompanied by a loaded baked potato. Desserts are death by sugar.

  • Houston's / Hillstone

    Posted by Love It on 08/05/2008

    Great place in NYC

    We had a great time at Houston's, I took one of my clients there and they have a very nice lunch. The service there was excellent.

  • Houston's / Hillstone

    Posted by cutbacks on 06/18/2008

    watchout !

    Their burgers are good and they better be at $ 14 !! Now the ribs are good but you use to get 2 slabs at $28 but now you pay nearly $30 for 1 slab !!! Hit other rib places for a better value.

  • Houston's / Hillstone

    Posted by Jesse on 05/14/2008

    Best Veggie Burger in the Country!

    I have lived in 5 major cities across the country. 4 out 0f 5 had Houstons. And consistently the bet veggie burger I have ever tasted. I have converted meat eaters to this dish. IF you want to spice it up a little ask them for a side of honey mustard, trust me!!!

  • Houston's / Hillstone

    Posted by Anonymous on 04/17/2008

    great place

    Everything about Houston's is great. But I think it would be even more terrific if the prices were a little lower. It's really pricey for a dinner out.

  • Houston's / Hillstone

    Posted by Rachel on 02/27/2008

    A Sure Thing

    Houston's is a great "go to" place - it's consistently good, big food with great service, so you don't feel like you just got swindled by another pricey mid-town trap. And there's something for everyone. Went this week with my boyfriend, and his cousin from out of town...spinach dip is super yummy. For mains, one of them got steak (with pineapple glaze and huge baked potato - "this is awesome"), one got crab cakes ("these are the best I've had in a long time"), and I got the Vegetable Platter - which is actually varied, filling and super tasty. This time it was tomatos, steamed broccoli, sweet and russet potatos, cous cous and red cabbage with goat cheese and two huge buttery slices of grilled bread. Their veggie burger which I've had on other occasions is AWESOME as well, maybe best in NYC. Apple cobbler for dessert was waaaay sweet and too intense for me - the three of us couldn't even finish it! Also they had a live jazz band that night, so it was chill atmosphere. Sure its a chain but who cares? It's reliable and always better to surpass excpectations and be worth the value, than be disappointed at a trendy place.

  • Houston's / Hillstone

    Posted by bigappletool on 01/09/2008

    Best Burgers in Manhattan

    Not that I'm a burger connoisseur, but I've had my share of decent beef - not to be interpreted any other way :) - and I think their burgers are phenomenal. They may be $14 a pop, but they're hefty portion, tender and juicy, served with a toasted egg bun. Absolutely delicious. I've had a few other items from the menu, as well - the chicken sandwich, the spinach & artichoke appetizer, among others - all were very good. The atmosphere is also nice - rustic and dimly lit definitely a good date restaurant.

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