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Ibiza

713-524-0004  •  $$$
ADDRESS: 2450 Louisiana St, Houston, TX 77006

CUISINE: Contemporary, Wine Bar, Small Plates, Mediterranean, Charcuterie

FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

DETAILS
Named for the life-loving, party-hard island off the coast of Spain, Ibiza brings a sexy Mediterranean oasis to Midtown Houston. This local favorite is the ideal spot for a luxurious evening of champagne and caviar, but the reasonably priced food and wine lists draw a crowd of all budgets longing to linger over a sumptuous meal. Dishes of Spanish, French and Mediterranean inspiration are Texas-sized in portion, making the label "small" plate an almost tongue-in-cheek expression. The likes of crispy tuna bon bons, pan-fried oysters or a platter of serrano ham, olives and cheese are enough to share — that is, if you can bear it. Otherwise, order your own main course of the specialty slow-cooked lamb shank or one of the fresh fish options, as seafood is ordered twice daily to ensure freshness. Pair with a cocktail from the tableside carts or a selection from the 4,000-bottle wine wall. Full bar. Serving lunch Tue-Fri, dinner Tue-Sun. Closed Mon. "For starters, we recommend the black mussels steamed in Muscadet, cremini mushroom risotto, or pan-seared foie gras. Then move on to six-hour lamb shank with mint couscous, sea bass with mango chutney and blood-red blue-fin tuna."
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Named for the life-loving, party-hard island off the coast of Spain, Ibiza brings a sexy Mediterranean oasis to Midtown Houston. This local favorite is the ideal spot for a luxurious evening of champagne and caviar, but the reasonably priced food and wine lists draw a crowd of all budgets longing to linger over a sumptuous meal. Dishes of Spanish, French and Mediterranean inspiration are Texas-sized in portion, making the label "small" plate an almost tongue-in-cheek expression. The likes of crispy tuna bon bons, pan-fried oysters or a platter of serrano ham, olives and cheese are enough to share — that is, if you can bear it. Otherwise, order your own main course of the specialty slow-cooked lamb shank or one of the fresh fish options, as seafood is ordered twice daily to ensure freshness. Pair with a cocktail from the tableside carts or a selection from the 4,000-bottle wine wall.
 
"For starters, we recommend the black mussels steamed in Muscadet, cremini mushroom risotto, or pan-seared foie gras. Then move on to six-hour lamb shank with mint couscous, sea bass with mango chutney and blood-red blue-fin tuna."
Gayot
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Full bar. Serving lunch Tue-Fri, dinner Tue-Sun. Closed Mon.

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