Excerpt from a list of Top (Ten) Culinary Herbs and more, written by Rhonda Haavisto.
A theme garden handout prepared for Herb Plant Sale 2002.
Artemesia
Bay
Houseleeks (Hens & Chicks)
Lavender
Marjoram
Oregano
Rosemary
Sage/Salvias  (pictured)
Santolina
Thyme
Yarrow
Drought Tolerant Herbs
Berggarten sage
Berggarten Sage, Salvia officinalis 'Berggarten'
Herbs that are native to the Mediterranean region and herbs with silver or gray-green foliage tend to be more drought tolerant. Once established, the majority of herbs are considered "drought tolerant" plants.

Also see Texas Potting for Rosemary.

Photo credit: Godfrey Sluder