takes its name from days gone by, when Houston was a city where seventeen railroads met the sea. Its
three-course Sunday brunch is deceptively simple. Start
with house-cured salmon on a toasted bagel or rock shrimp
tacos spiced with cucumber salsa. Second courses include
a croque madame (a variant of croque monsieur) and duck
hash over poached eggs topped with black truffle hollandaise.
Dessert poses a happy dilemma: your choice of crème
caramel, sticky toffee pudding with ginger ice cream or
banana ice box pie with hot fudge.