The Full Guide to Dining. Our Favorite Restaurants.

Whether you’re new in town, or have lived here all your life, there are always new flavors to be found. Whether you like barbecue or sushi, on a budget or treating yourself, we’ve selected some of our favorites around the area for you to try!

From North Bryan to South College Station, the BCS area is full of exciting new restaurants and classic favorites. Take a look at some of the options we listed by location. You better have an appetite because you'll need one to get through all of these spots!

South College Station

South College Station has quickly become a vibrant part of the community with many new eateries fueling the fun. Some tried and true spots in the area have been around for years and keep their prices affordable. Wings n More has been a favorite for years in the BCS area, serving wings, chicken tenders, burgers, and salads. Koppe Bridge has multiple locations and is always packed with hungry patrons. Their mouth-watering burgers and crispy chicken strips keep you coming back every time. C&C Asian Garden and Mad Taco are two newer local spots that have tasty treats for all ages. Try the sesame chicken at C&C…it’s hard to go wrong with that selection. Mad Taco has delicious queso and fries to share with your whole group. When you’re on a date night or celebrating a special occasion, you have to head somewhere a little more luxe. Urban Table has a great farm to table menu and a modern atmosphere. Casa Do Brasil’s selection of meats cannot be beat and you will not leave hungry. If you want a nice steak with potatoes, you can’t beat a night out at Saltgrass. Lastly, if you crave some sushi or some spicy crispy chicken, share some plates inside for intimacy, or outside on the patio during a perfect night at Oishi in the Jones Crossing center.

Near Texas A&M

Debatably, the most important part of College Station’s culture is the campus of Texas A&M University and the surrounding spots that students love. If you’re looking for the classic tastes of Aggieland, check out Layne’s (the original Cane’s), Antonio’s, or Fuego Tacos. Only a few miles from campus, these Aggie faves hold the key to fueling a late night or study sesh. Whether you’re looking for some unique tacos that will satisfy any craving, some classic pizza, or the original sauce inspiration for Cane’s, these lower priced options are never wrong. However, if you’re looking for something a little nicer for that pre-Aggie football tailgate, you’ve got to head over to Century Square and try out Sweet Paris and their crepes. From savory to sweet, they are perfect for any brunch. Or make a whole day of brunch and take a quick walk over to Mess Waffles. Originally a food truck, this breakfast find can serve up some mean chicken and waffles, or even a delicious bowl of Cajun mac & cheese! If it’s a little too late for breakfast, but just about to hit 5 o’clock (somewhere), there are a few spots that serve up great food AND drinks! For that good ‘ol sports bar feel and pub food, Mo’s Irish Pub and World of Beer are for you. In the mid-range of price, these bars offer delicious food and great drinks for a night with friends to watch baseball, football, or even MMA. Now if you’re looking for deliciously aged wines and a higher quality time for a first, or 50th date, Napa Flats and The Republic are the places to be. Amazing pizzas, delectable pasta, and tantalizing desserts are abundant at Napa Flats. Or if a French inspired menu is more your speed, you can find mouth-watering steaks and a lengthy bar menu at The Republic.


Heading away from the late nights and studying, the city of Bryan offers a variety of options from the outskirts to the historical downtown. If your heart desires some good southern-style home cooking, look no further than Sodolak’s Beefmasters Restaurant. Whether you’re looking for fried chicken or fried okra, they got you covered. But if you’re craving some enchiladas and chips and queso, make your way over to Casa Rodriguez or Cilantro. From kids menus to margaritas, you can never go wrong with a little spice. If you’re interested in a casual environment with great food and drinks, check out Proudest Monkey or RX Pizza in historic downtown. Proudest Monkey takes a more of a modern twist on classic burgers and tacos, as well as mixing up some specialty cocktails. Speaking of specialty cocktails, RX Pizza comes out with monthly signature drinks to pair with their delicious, stone oven baked pizzas. To switch it up, yet stay casual, head to The Village for a great breakfast spot that serves wonderful items from chorizo burritos to charcuterie boards to pizza. The artistic and local feel of The Village makes you feel right at home. Now of course we can’t forget about the couples! Trying to find fresh made Italian pasta with the perfect intimate atmosphere? Caffe Capri is your place if you want the perfect Italian night. Their baked penne is one of the best dishes in town. Or are you looking to celebrate with some fine dining? Christopher’s World Grille offers enticing choices from snapper to their personally devised salads that you can’t get anywhere else. Their food is top quality and the atmosphere is cozy, yet luxurious.

"From North Bryan to South College Station, the BCS area is full of exciting new restaurants and classic favorites."

We hope that wherever you choose to find your next meal, do so with the ones you love. Friends, family, and colleagues can make any meal feel like a fine dining experience. Get out there and give some of these places a try! After all, this is one experience that you can’t download or fully enjoy digitally. Tell us what you tried or if there are other spots you think we need to sample!