Galiana’s Tex-Mex opened April 29 after closing March 1 for rebranding, as reported here in the Houston Press. It was originally Galiana’s Bakery and Cafe, one of the concepts operated by Grupo Herrera.
The Herrera family has created a menu of Tex-Mex favorites with some inspiration from regional Mexican cuisine, including sopes, gorditas and street tacos. The Certified Angus Beef Fajitas from another of the family’s restaurants, Alicia’s Mexican Grille, is on the menu with a little twist. Galiana’s version is flavored with the family’s secret spice mix and orange and papaya juices.
The restaurant is open for curbside pick-up and delivery, with a convenient drive-thru, open from 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. daily. It offers free delivery within a ten mile radius for orders made directly through the restaurant. It is also offering Avion and El Jimador margarita kits to-go. When the restaurant opens later for dine-in service, guests will be able to enjoy the Agave Bar with classic margaritas and mezcal cocktails. The family has even created its own tequila brand, The Herrera Family Herradura Double Barrel Reposado.
Galiana’s expects to open its dining room closer to Phase Two of the Texas reopening plan.