Cheese lovers unite! As if you needed a reason to enjoy great queso, there is an official Queso Day! From queso with spicy beef to a version with green chiles and guacamole, there are many ways you can get your cheese fix in The Woodlands.


9000 New Trails Drive

You might not think “queso” when you think about the Black Walnut Cafe. But, they have some of the best queso in The Woodlands! The BWC Queso at Black Walnut Cafe is house-made queso with roasted peppers and onions, tomatoes, spicy sausage, cilantro, and corn tortilla chips. The addition of the spicy sausage really takes this queso recipe to the next level.


20 Waterway Avenue,  #120

Cyclone Anaya’s Mexican Kitchen is a family-owned restaurant serving made from scratch gourmet Mexican food menu items. Stop by The Woodlands location along The Waterway and find some of the best queso around. Enjoy piping hot chile con queso with a side of freshly made tortilla chips. For dipping, consider the popular Jumbo Lump Crabmeat Nachos!


8865 Six Pines Drive, Suite 100


8865 Six Pines Drive, Suite 100

The Goode Co Kitchen and Cantina brings together rich authentic foods from both sides of the border. Smoky South Texas staples include a “DIY” type of chile con queso. The large Queso comes with options to add in ground beef, onions, tomatoes, pico de gallo, sour cream or guacamole. The crispy, thin chips are perfect for dipping!


3126 Sawdust Road

Roberto has been part of The Woodlands community restaurant business for 15+ years. He’s known for creating his own recipes and that includes the famous queso at La Cocina de Roberto. Crispy tortilla chips are made fresh with the queso order. Take your queso experience up a notch with the Queso Flameado. This dish is melted asadero cheese with your choice of chorizo, carne asada or chicken fajita meat.


4747 Research Forest Dr #475

Of course, Torchy’s Tacos has tacos. But, have you tried the “famous” queso? The Green Chile Queso includes green chiles, fresh guacamole, cotija cheese, cilantro and is topped with homemade Diablo sauce. You mix together these amazing ingredients for a queso dip that is out of this world! The combination of green chiles, guacamole and other ingredients makes for a one of a kind queso taste!

*This may not count as “queso” but Trulucks (1900 Hughes Landing Blvd #600) serves up a Lobster cheese dip you just can’t pass up! The Lobscargot includes Maine lobster cooked in herb garlic butter with gruyere and havarti cheeses. It’s served with warm bread for dipping. Certainly, a “must order” when you visit this restaurant.

Other great queso mentions:

Escalante’s Fine Tex-Mex & Tequila

Berryhill Baja Grill & Cantina

Guadalajara Hacienda