Just a few blocks away from The Menil Collection and Rothko Chapel is Nobie’s. This Montrose farm-to-table restaurant is inside a converted house, and with their vinyl soundtrack and shared plates, it feels like you’re eating in someone’s home. Come with a small group (from experience, we’d say that four is the magic number here) and don’t miss the beer-battered sweet tots and bolognese tagliatelle. If you really want to make the most of your night here, get one of the extra-large (“HOV Lane”) entrees, like the Winner Winner Chicken Dinner, with apple and cauliflower salad and truffle jus.
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