We were recently invited to dine at Morton's Grille on The Woodlands Waterway, and having not been in quite some time, were happy to take them up on the invitation. Though we did have a reservation, we arrived a the same time as other guests and seemed to be greeted as warmly as they were - by the general manager as it turns out - Joseph Effert welcomed us along with the hostess. If you've never been to Morton's Grille, it's slightly more laid-back than it's more... dare we say, stuffy big brother, Morton's Steakhouse. Morton's Grille has a sleek and modern feel to it; think stainless steel and black vs. deep oak and rich burgundy.
One of the most popular restaurant types in The Woodlands - and possibly even southeast Texas - is Tex-Mex, and we're not talking Taco Bell here or even La Bikina which is more authentic Mexican food. Trailing ever so slightly yet gaining momentum is the Pizza restaurant; another high profit restaurant business that remains a mainstay celebratory dinners and food delivery fanatics. With at least a dozen pizza restaurant competitors, not including a plethora of pizza delivery options, Zazza Pizza Cafe has their work cut out (or should we say sliced) for them.
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