Mia’s Table, 3131 Argonne St, Houston, TX 77098, miastable.com
Originally a Houston favorite since 2012, Mia’s Table is part of the Johnny Carrabba Family of Restaurants. With a casual American ambiance, Mia’s Table offers from cheese burgers to tacos, country plates to soups and salads all accompanied by some southern favorite drinks and desserts.
During our visit we tried the smoked chicken with coleslaw and green beans & the red snapper tacos with chips and queso. I highly recommend both but it was one of the side dishes that made the best impression. The coleslaw is the best I’ve had in a long time. It not only tasted very fresh, but it was a perfect balance of ingredients which made it very light and not overwhelmed with mayonnaise.
The smoked chicken was very good and moist and the fish tacos was made with big pieces of red snapper, which I really appreciate since I didn’t want to eat tilapia or an unknown fish. We didn’t have dessert this time but we did try the sweet tea which was also good. I’m sure we will be back not just because there were many items we would like to try, but also because the restaurant has a really cute bar and a porch like atmosphere, very relaxed and perfect for families or friends’ after work gatherings.
Maya Fasthoff draws on 12 years of extensive sales, marketing, communication, and relationship skills to ensure success for her residential real estate clients.
A native of Cali, Colombia, Maya moved with her family to the United States in 1988, and her international background and bilingual skills ideally position her to work with clients from many different cultures who live in Houston or are moving to the city.
Maya’s poise and professionalism were honed as a public speaker, television personality and interviewer, recruiter, and regional sales mentor. A degree in graphic design from the Art Institute of Houston gives Maya a decided advantage when selecting the best marketing materials to promote her sellers’ homes.
Prior to her career in residential real estate, Maya served as on-air talent recruiting high-profile guests and conducting interviews for promotional events on Salsa TV. She continues to write and publish a restaurant blog entitled “Restaurant Traveler.”
When not selling real estate, Maya enjoys traveling, discovering new restaurants for her blog, exploring museums, designing jewelry, and spending time with her family. She is married to an intellectual property attorney and restaurateur who is a co-owner of Batanga. They live in the Heights with their son and a grown daughter who attends the University of Texas.
Maya is also the Owner of Maya Fasthoff Designs, hand-made, fun, unique jewelry utilizing high quality materials categorized as “casually elegant.” Click here to view her designs.Maya Fasthoff