The Quickest Route To Indigestion Is Not a Straight Line: An Eater’s Map of Houston

Do you know the way from Cassoulet to Jalapeño Gefilte Fish? With this handy map, navigating your multiple-course progressive dinner-about-town should be no problem. It’s former Houston Press food critic Robb Walsh’s 100 favorite restaurant dishes in Houston, conveniently laid out on a navigable Google map by Press reader Kyle Nielsen. Yep, Fried Mojarra at Taqueria Jesus Maria (#95), Kubideh and Zereshk Polo at Kasra Persian Grill (#89), Frito Pie at the Rio Verde Taco Truck (#50), Chocolate-Peanut Butter Cake Ball at Coffee Groundz (#94) — they’re all here, glistening bits of fat and all. We’re counting 44 dishes inside the Loop, the rest in the great beyond. Not included on account of them being all over the place: the Whataburger Triple Meat, Triple Cheese with Bacon and Jalapeños (#59) and James Coney Island Chili (#80). Burp.