The Ultimate High-Low Houston Dining GuideBy Amber Ambrose | February 17, 2014 By Amber Ambrose | February 17, 2014
We've taken seven dishes and found two versions of each: a high-end version and a low-end version. Don't confuse low-end with "lesser;" it simply means the dish costs less at one place than it does at the other, or uses more traditionally inexpensive ingredients. It's all about what you're in the mood for or the context of your meal. Either way, you've got plenty of options when it comes to chicken fried steak, pizza, hot dogs, burgers, chicken and dumplings, banh mi and pork chops.