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A former parking garage on Manhattan's West Side has become Houston Hall, a new 1900s-style beer garden with nothing but a chalk sign outside the door reading "Open."

The baby of Heartland Brewery owner Jon Bloostein, the new space, which opened Friday, January 4th, bears no resemblance to his chain of other breweries. According to Bloostein, his hope for the space was "to get away from the chain reproduction" that his Heartlands have become, and get back to the feel of his first location, in Union Square, opened in 1995.

Beer options are inspired, named after their creators and brewers, and boasting a range to please everyone from the heaviest and lightest of drinkers. Kelly’s Baltic Porter, named for the brewmaster Kelly Taylor, is a heavy option (perfect for likers of the Heartland Brewery Farmer Jon’s Oatmeal Stout) 6.5 percent alcohol by volume (ABV), with notes of coffee and bittersweet chocolate. Marco’s Wit, one of my favorites, is a taste-equivalent of a hefeweizen, with blood orange, coriander, chamomile, and citrus, at 5.5 percent ABV.

Other options include Peter’s Pils, a 5 percent ABV, crisp, herbal, clean, and dry brew; Patrick’s Belgian Blonde, 5.5 percent ABV, fruity, spicy, and effervescent beer; the Saison, an earthy, minerally brew with light fruit and a dry taste at 5 percent ABV; Sam’s ESB, a malty, mellow, and smooth option at 5 percent ABV; John’s Dunkle, 5.75 percent ABV, with toasted malt, light caramel, and a clean and bright finish; Sam’s Pale Ale, a 5.5 percent ABV hoppy option with a good malt background; J’s IPA, a 6.5 percent ABV with big citrus and bold hops; and Carey’s Imperial Black Saison, an 8 percent ABV that is rich, fruity, earthy, and filled with coffee and spice. (Both the IPA and Black Saison were sold out by my appearance on the second day of business.)

A menu of small dishes, shared dishes, and small salads, offers a wide range of items, although the mixed olives are the only selection I can yet vouch for, having not tried the rest of the menu.

The building still bears some of the floor markings of the former parking garage (a garage that at one point, according to Bloostein, used to hold carriages as well), and Bloostein and team built on the beauty of the space’s natural structure, keeping the gorgeous dark paneled beams in the ceiling and the brick composing either side of the structure’s walls. Additions included complements only, adding in the bar and bathrooms, of course, as well as office space and storage space, and creating stained windows and steel detailing, to enhance the 1900s communal space feel.

All décor items in the space were found and brought in by Bloostein himself, who is a collector of cool items and antique finds.

On the main wall is a painted reproduction showing what the 1900s artist thought New York City would look like in the year 2000. The story of the Hall is painted in the brick-walled entryway, and carriage house doors and propped open on either side.

Tables stick to the beer garden theme, using long wood-slab surfaces to host as many friends as can fit together, and providing mix-and-matched stools for seating. Bussers walk around with painted iron and steel trolleys to collect tables’ cups and dishes, and cups, mugs, dishes, and silver, all stick to the iron theme.

And the seating mentality also mimics image and design; there's no required party size for seating, no discrimination if you want dinner or just drinks, and they welcome a crowd of all ages into the party-ready space. The high ceilings and unobstructed open space make a crowded room feel unencumbered, and a well-concealed yet modern installment of a projector keeps the space ready for Super Bowl fans, company gatherings, and other like-minded parties.

So far, the beer garden offers a truly unique New York experience, and shows a very promising start.

Tyler Sullivan is The Daily Meal's assistant editor. Follow her on Twitter @atylersullivan


Catholic Professionals Social at The Houston Hall Beer Garden

The Houston Hall is located at 222 West Houston Street, New York, NY between Bedford Street & Varick Street.

Step back in time to early 1900s New York in this West Village garage converted to an indoor spacious beer garden. The Houston Hall has very large (8,000+ square feet), open, high ceiling atmosphere (26 Ft high ceiling), which is great for large groups.

There is a wide selection of drinks and food to order. There are long tables and benches for those who wish to sit.

Feel free to invite friends.

***How to find us***:
We will be congregating around the bar area. Ask for Toan who is your host from The Catholic Fellowship. Our group will be identified by smiley face stickers given to each memberguest, so you can mixmingle with the group.


Visitor Info

The High Line is open daily, with COVID-related measures in place. These measures, such as reduced capacity and asking visitors to wear a mask or face covering, help ensure an improved and safer visitor and employee experience.

On weekdays there is open access and no reservations required. On weekends, please make a free reservation and note the entry directions below. Timed-entry passes are available for this weekend and next weekend.

Monday – Friday
Hours: 7am – 9pm
Open access without reservations
All entrances open

Saturday & Sunday
Hours: 9am – 9pm
Please make a free timed-entry reservation.
Limited walk-up entries available. To guarantee access, reserve online in advance of your visit.

Enter at Gansevoort Street, 23rd Street, or 30th Street only. All other access points are exit only. Guests may travel east or west on 30th street (from 10th to 11th Ave) without a reservation.

Elevators are available at Gansevoort Street, 14th Street, 23rd Street, and 30th Street. On weekends, the elevator at 14th Street is exit only. The 34th Street gate is closed.

Please wear a mask or face covering.

Docent-led public tours are offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays. Learn more.

Plan your visit. Before the date of your visit, make sure to review park rules below and COVID-related visitor precautions.

The High Line is a public park built on a historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side. Saved from demolition by neighborhood residents and the City of New York, the High Line opened in 2009 as a hybrid public space where visitors experience nature, art, and design.

The High Line is open daily, with COVID-related measures in place. These measures, such as reduced capacity and asking visitors to wear a mask or face covering, help ensure an improved and safer visitor and employee experience.

On weekdays there is open access and no reservations required. On weekends, please make a free reservation and note the entry directions below. Timed-entry passes are available for this weekend and next weekend.

Monday – Friday
Hours: 7am – 9pm
Open access without reservations
All entrances open

Saturday & Sunday
Hours: 9am – 9pm
Please make a free timed-entry reservation.
Limited walk-up entries available. To guarantee access, reserve online in advance of your visit.

Enter at Gansevoort Street, 23rd Street, or 30th Street only. All other access points are exit only. Guests may travel east or west on 30th street (from 10th to 11th Ave) without a reservation.

Elevators are available at Gansevoort Street, 14th Street, 23rd Street, and 30th Street. On weekends, the elevator at 14th Street is exit only. The 34th Street gate is closed.

Please wear a mask or face covering.

Docent-led public tours are offered on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays. Learn more.

Plan your visit. Before the date of your visit, make sure to review park rules below and COVID-related visitor precautions.

The High Line is a public park built on a historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side. Saved from demolition by neighborhood residents and the City of New York, the High Line opened in 2009 as a hybrid public space where visitors experience nature, art, and design.

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Tri-State Area Tango Calendar for Spring 2021

NOTE TO ALL TANGO DANCERS: Due to COVID live events without vaccination are not recommended by the CDC
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Dardo Galletto Online Zoom Classes Intermediate Milonga from 1:30-2:30p, Advanced Tango IV from 2:30-3:30p $10 each class
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Valeria Solomonoff Tango Class 9-9:40p Email [email protected] or contact via FB @ Valeria Solomonoff
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Alicia's Online Tango Workout Classes Essentials from 6-7, Essentials Plus from 7:30-8:30
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LIVE Adam and Ciko classes 6:30-7:30p (Musicality & Communication at 6ft degree of separation, no embrace) and 7:30-8:30p (Couples / Partners only) VACCINES REQUIRED
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Adriana Salgado & Orlando Reyes Tango Body Training Online 7-8:30p with Adriana & Orlando - body training, tango training, cool down, Q&A
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Alicia's Online Tango Workout Classes Essentials from 6-7, Essentials Plus from 7:30-8:30
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Tango Cafe Takeout 8 :30 -10:30 p "live podcast format where we can chat, drink, & listen to music together"

LIVE Astoria Tango Club 7:30p-12a DJ: Daniel Losinno 2 live music sets (9 & 10p): La Guardia Imperial (Pablo Lanouguere &ndash Bass, Maurizio Najt &ndash Piano, Pablo Pereyra &ndash Vocals, Javier Sanchez &ndash Bandoneon Class (6:30-7:30): Leo Sardella VACCINES REQUIRED
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Virtual Uno 10p-12:30a DJ: Mark Sakowski
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Adriana Salgado & Orlando Reyes Tango Body Training Online 1-2:30p with Adriana & Orlando - body training, tango training, cool down, Q&A
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Alicia's Online Tango Workout Classes Essentials from 2-3, Essentials Plus from 3:30-4:30
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Dardo Galletto Online Zoom Classes Intermediate Milonga from 1:30-2:30p, Advanced Tango IV from 2:30-3:30p $10 each class
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Valeria Solomonoff Tango Class 9-9:40p Email [email protected] or contact via FB @ Valeria Solomonoff
CLS

Alicia's Online Tango Workout Classes Essentials from 6-7, Essentials Plus from 7:30-8:30
CLS

LIVE Adam and Ciko classes 6:30-7:30p (Musicality & Communication at 6ft degree of separation, no embrace) and 7:30-8:30p (Couples / Partners only) VACCINES REQUIRED
CLS

Adriana Salgado & Orlando Reyes Tango Body Training Online 7-8:30p with Adriana & Orlando - body training, tango training, cool down, Q&A
CLS

Alicia's Online Tango Workout Classes Essentials from 6-7, Essentials Plus from 7:30-8:30
CLS

Tango Cafe Takeout 8 :30 -10:30 p "live podcast format where we can chat, drink, & listen to music together"

LIVE Astoria Tango Club 7:30p-12a DJ: Daniel Losinno 2 live music sets (9 & 10p): La Guardia Imperial (Pablo Lanouguere &ndash Bass, Maurizio Najt &ndash Piano, Pablo Pereyra &ndash Vocals, Javier Sanchez &ndash Bandoneon Class (6:30-7:30): Leo Sardella VACCINES REQUIRED
M-CLS

Virtual Uno 10p-12:30a DJ: Mark Sakowski
M

Adriana Salgado & Orlando Reyes Tango Body Training Online 1-2:30p with Adriana & Orlando - body training, tango training, cool down, Q&A
CLS

Alicia's Online Tango Workout Classes Essentials from 2-3, Essentials Plus from 3:30-4:30
CLS

Dardo Galletto Online Zoom Classes Intermediate Milonga from 1:30-2:30p, Advanced Tango IV from 2:30-3:30p $10 each class
CLS

Valeria Solomonoff Tango Class 9-9:40p Email [email protected] or contact via FB @ Valeria Solomonoff
CLS

Alicia's Online Tango Workout Classes Essentials from 6-7, Essentials Plus from 7:30-8:30
CLS

LIVE Adam and Ciko classes 6:30-7:30p (Musicality & Communication at 6ft degree of separation, no embrace) and 7:30-8:30p (Couples / Partners only) VACCINES REQUIRED
CLS

Adriana Salgado & Orlando Reyes Tango Body Training Online 7-8:30p with Adriana & Orlando - body training, tango training, cool down, Q&A
CLS

Alicia's Online Tango Workout Classes Essentials from 6-7, Essentials Plus from 7:30-8:30
CLS

Tango Cafe Takeout 8 :30 -10:30 p "live podcast format where we can chat, drink, & listen to music together"

LIVE Astoria Tango Club 7:30p-12a DJ: Daniel Losinno 2 live music sets (9 & 10p): La Guardia Imperial (Pablo Lanouguere &ndash Bass, Maurizio Najt &ndash Piano, Pablo Pereyra &ndash Vocals, Javier Sanchez &ndash Bandoneon Class (6:30-7:30): Leo Sardella VACCINES REQUIRED
M-CLS

Virtual Uno 10p-12:30a DJ: Mark Sakowski
M

Adriana Salgado & Orlando Reyes Tango Body Training Online 1-2:30p with Adriana & Orlando - body training, tango training, cool down, Q&A
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Alicia's Online Tango Workout Classes Essentials from 2-3, Essentials Plus from 3:30-4:30
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Clinton Hall Bronx

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Monday – Wednesday: 4pm – 12am
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The Spots

The Spaniard

The Spaniard is the sort of spot where you can meet up with a date, some coworkers, or some people from your intramural dodgeball team. It’s a big pub with a slight nautical theme, a giant U-shaped bar, and a bunch of leather booths that are perfect for when you want to camp out for a couple of hours. It’s a cool space, they serve a full brunch and dinner menu, and it tends to stay pretty lively. Plus, there’s a semi-private back room that you can reserve if you’re one of those people who plan things in advance.

Porchlight

After a long day at a soul-sucking conference at the Javits center, you and your co-workers deserve a very stiff drink or five. Same rule applies if you and your friends just got out of the somewhat awesome but mostly traumatic experience that is Sleep No More. So where do you go? The answer is Porchlight, serving excellent drinks and upscale bar food to an otherwise desperately empty corner of the city. This is your only real option in the area, but the good news is it’s an excellent one.

Treadwell Park

If you think about it, Treadwell Park is sort of like a daycare center for adults. It’s an indoor beer garden with ping pong, pinball, and TVs for watching sports. There are plenty of large picnic-style tables, so if you need a place to meet your summer camp friends on the UES, it’s great for that. It’s also a little nicer and cleaner than your average beer garden, and they serve a ton of German/American bar food. You should, however, expect a crowd if you’re coming at a peak time like brunch.

Sweet and Vicious

If you want to have an extremely casual group hang in Soho, you don’t really have that many options. Fortunately, there’s Sweet & Vicious. This place isn’t quite a dive bar, but it also isn’t really “nice.” Mostly, it’s just a big room with semi-cheap drinks and some lighting fixtures that might have been salvaged from a medieval dungeon. This place is usually a good time, and on Fridays during the summer you’ll find groups of coworkers packed onto the back patio drinking frozen margaritas and saying things they’ll regret the next morning.

Lot 45

Lot 45 is the Bushwick equivalent of the Jane Hotel. It isn’t quite as put-together as the Jane (it’s more of a warehouse), but there are some couches and chandeliers and, on weekends, you can get some dancing done here. At night, there are DJs, with occasional themed dance parties. So if you’re looking for a place to get a little rowdy with a group but you don’t want to have to go to a Manhattan bar and deal with a line of half-drunk people who claim to know the DJ, try this place. Just be aware that there might be a cover.

Harlem Tavern

2153 Frederick Douglass Blvd

The main draw of Harlem Tavern is the big front patio - it’s huge, and it’s covered in tables. If you happen to come here during one those months when the sun is purely decorative, however, you should know that there’s a big indoor space as well. They also have solid bar food and plenty of TVs for watching sports. Try this place for a guys night or a big group brunch when at least half of your group wants to drink beer and watch football.

The Brooklyneer

You love your college friends, but why the f*ck do they still want to go to Houston Hall? It’s been five years since you graduated. It’s time to move on. The next time they try to hijack the group text with a Houston Hall plan, counter with The Brooklyneer, a spot located about 12 feet away. Persuade them by promising you can go next door if they’re not feeling it. Don’t worry - that won’t happen. This place is casual and easy, with good beer and food - kind of like a more civilized version of Houston Hall.

The Shakespeare @ The William

“Want to hang in Midtown?” is a question no one deserves to have directed at them. But if you’re looking for a place to meet Sam and Josh and Chad in between their apartments on the Upper East Side and yours downtown, The Shakespeare is a great middle ground option. We wouldn’t suggest you bring a crew of 15 during Happy Hour, but at all other times, with its two big rooms and not-soulless atmosphere, The Shakespeare is an actually solid Midtown hang.

The Jeffrey

If you’re rallying a crew for daytime drinking on the Upper East Side, you should be pointing them in the direction of The Jeffrey. We like it for nighttime drinking activities, too, but try to roll in with a group at 11pm on a Saturday and it’s like Westway when Westway was cool (RIP). So if it’s 4pm and your group is split between wanting to watch the game, eat something good, be outside, drink beers, drink liquor, and even drink coffee, bring everyone here.

Loreley Restaurant & Biergarten

A German beer hall that wins points simply for being an alternative to Houston Hall, but also for its big space, big pretzels, and great Lower East Side location. It has a pretty extensive food menu, too, so if you have a few too many boots of beer there are plenty of options to soak them up.

The Tippler

Right under Chelsea Market is The Tippler, or Manhattan’s version of a drinking playground: lots of space to run around, lots of tables, lots of frozen drinks, and lots of people to meet. Yes, it can get packed around 7pm when everyone that works around there congregates, but at pretty much all other times there’s plenty of room for your group.

Fools Gold NYC

Opened by the same team as The Jeffrey, you can also count on Fools Gold for an excellent beer and whiskey selection, as well as some bar food that’s much better than it needs to be. Use Fools Gold to please everyone from beer nerds to the two friends in your group who still feel the need to go to Piano’s every weekend. For everyone else, Fools Gold is in that perfect spot on the border of the LES and the East Village, so your crawl possibilities are endless.

Royale

There are two things separating Royale from its other “chill” sports bar peers: the burger and the patio. And yes, if it’s cold outside, the former is still 100% enough of a reason for you to steer your group here. Royale is never too crowded, the burger is consistently awesome, and this continues to be one of our places for a not-overly-rowdy hangout.

Union Hall

Get your crew all the way out to Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club only to be told the wait for a court is three hours? Be the hero and lead your people to Union Hall only a few blocks away, where you can play bocce ball instead of shuffleboard. And when you take breaks to drink and eat bad-for-you bar food, you can do so in the big leather couches in front of the fireplaces.

Lavender Lake

Lavender Lake is one of our all-time favorite outdoor summertime hangs, but in the colder months the indoor space is great, too. There are many good things to drink, the food is solid (get the burger and the fried avocado), and it’s in a useful location for people coming from Park Slope and the Cobble/Boerum Hill and Carroll Gardens areas. Despite that, though, we promise the place stays pretty stroller-free.

Spritzenhaus 33

Pretty done with alternating group hangouts at Radegast and Berry Park? The next time you and your people are looking for a place to drink beer, head to Spritzenhaus instead. In the winter there’s a fireplace, and in the summer they open up the big garage doors so it feels like an indoor/outdoor hang.

Ramona

The last time we brought a group to Ramona, they refused to believe the place wasn’t a restaurant. Ramona is so big (two levels, ridiculously high ceilings), and so pretty (marble everywhere, many sconces) that it looks like a trendy restaurant that would probably serve seasonal small plates. All that said, don’t come to Ramona hungry, because this is a straight-up cocktail bar. And an excellent one at that.


New & Notable

Development never stops in H-Town! New restaurants, bars, and attractions are opening all the time. Consider this your go-to guide for staying in the know in Houston.

Want to stay up-to-date on openings? Become a Houston Insider and we’ll deliver the latest happenings to your mailbox once a month – plus access to exclusive events and more.

OPENINGS IN APRIL

Cafe Leonelli
Cafe Leonelli within the Nancy and Rich Kinder Building at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH) embraces Italy’s culinary culture to offer traditional Italian cuisine in a friendly and relaxed environment. 

Fegen&aposs
Fegen’s, the new namesake restaurant from veteran Houston chef Lance Fegen and his F.E.E.D. Restaurant Group partners Carl Eaves, serves classic American fare and cocktails in the Heights.

Gatsby’s Prime Steakhouse
Just a stone’s throw from the Houston Museum District, a historic and storied Montrose Boulevard block that has marked decades of memorable occasions and launched many a chef’s career, has a new steward: Gatsby’s Prime Steakhouse. 

Hoi An Quan
Hoi An Quan dishes out traditional central Vietnamese dishes in Chinatown.

Space Cowboy
Space Cowboy serves up tropical drinks and island food in a vibrant, colorful and quirky hotel bar in the Heights.

Tonight & Tomorrow 
Tonight & Tomorrow, tucked in the Houston historic La Colombe d’Or in Montrose, serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner that highlight the uniqueness of the neighborhood it calls home.

OPENINGS IN MARCH

The 915
Named for the area code in El Paso, The 915 dishes out comfort Tex Mex entrees and sides in the Heights.

Halal Guys - Downtown
Made famous by their wildly popular food cart in New York City, the Houston outpost for Halal Guys brings quintessential Mediterranean street food to their brick-and-mortar location in Downtown Houston.

Holiday Inn Express/Staybridge Suites
Stay close to the shopping in Houston at the Holiday Inn Express and Staybridge Suites - Houston Galleria Area. The centrally located, stylish property offers two distinct lodging experiences under one roof and includes 2,600 square feet of shared, flexible meeting & event space. 

La Colombe D&aposOr Hotel
The Montrose-central, arts-focused La Colombe d’Or Hotel offers 32 suites in three collective styles and a charming and personalized experience. Uniquely offering a private collection of over 350 art pieces on display publicly, the boutique hotel has been around since the late 1970s but was renovated in the spring of 2021.

Trellis Spa
Trellis Spa celebrates the healing, soothing, and rejuvenating powers of water with a series of exquisite treatments in a tranquil setting within the 18 acre property of The Houstonian Hotel, Club, & Spa. A renovation completed in 2021 made it the largest luxury spa in Texas.

MARCH
MARCH, a Mediterranean dining experience and lounge, lives in Montrose, and in true Montrose fashion lends itself to a truly unique dining experience.

OPENINGS IN FEBRUARY

BlendIn Coffee Club
Self-described as a “tree-to-cup adventure,” BlendIn Coffee near Memorial Park serves coffee from around the world accompanied by delightful pastries.

Kanpai Club
Settled almost discreetly right beside Hando, a handroll restaurant in the Heights, Kanpai Club dishes out small plates and unique cocktails.

KP&aposs Kitchen
Smack dab in the heart of Memorial, KP’s Kitchen is a self-described elegant, fast-casual bistro. Dishing out American-fare and chef-driven specialties, this family-friendly restaurant offers salads, sandwiches and entrees in addition to shareable plates paired with your favorite $5 BYOB beverage and family-packs.

Local Foods Market (LFM)
Local Foods Market (LFM), nestled in Rice Village, serves favorites from Local Foods restaurant along with expanded grocery offerings, counter service, and a wine shop on the second floor dedicated to natural, organic, hard-to-find wines at below retail prices. 

Messina Hof Wine Cellars - Richmond
Texas’ most awarded winery, Messina Hof Wine Cellars hosts one of its four locations at the agricultural-based farm community of Harvest Green in Richmond, Texas, just a short drive from Houston city limits. Messina Hof Harvest Green Winery & Kitchen is the Greater Houston area’s largest winery. 

Roots
A neighborhood wine bar and eatery in EaDo called Roots offers an approachable wine and dine experience allowing guests to “try before they buy” with a fully automated wine dispensing machine.

Tom N Tom&aposs - Galleria
Located in the heart of Houston’s Galleria area, Tom N Tom’s serves up delicious, fresh coffee paired with flavorful food from Korean inspired brands.

OPENINGS IN JANUARY

Dégust
A unique dining experience invites Houston diners to explore worldly dishes in Spring Branch at Degust. The chef describes the cuisine as Mexican/Spanish influenced with a Japanese approach.

Hyatt Place Houston - Downtown
The Hyatt Place - Houston/Downtown is a full service hotel in the heart of Downtown Houston and a short walk from the Theater District and Minute Maid Park. The 150-room hotel in the historic, 16-story Southwestern Bell building brings guests close to shopping, dining, and venues like the House of Blues and Revention Music Center.

Lefty&aposs Cheesesteaks - Federal Rd.
In East Houston, Lefty’s Cheesesteaksꃊn be found thanks to Houston’s very own Texans quarterback, Deshuan Watson. Originally a Detroit staple, Lefty’s found its way to Houston in late 2020 with plans to open more locations in the area.

The Nash
The Nash in Downtown Houston features a modern American menu, floor-to-ceiling bar and a friendly atmosphere. 

Thirteen
Local NBA superstar for the Houston Rockets, James Harden, showcased his other passion — food — in early 2021 with his opening of Thirteen, a posh restaurant and bar serving upscale dishes, cocktails and wine. Located in Midtown, Thirteen offers a true fine dining experience.

Ume
Sushi lovers will be in heaven at Ume in the Heights. Sashimi samplers and poke-style bluefin tuna grace the menu along with other sushi dishes guaranteed to delight guests with their fresh taste and presentation.

OPENINGS IN DECEMBER

93&apos Til
An upscale, late-night hangout in Montrose serves 12 delectable dishes in a chill, couch-lined environment with vinyl records for decor.

Bateel
Ever had a gourmet date? Not with your significant other, but to eat! That’s what Bateel in City Centre serves up — delicious, beautiful dates varying in sweetness to accommodate differing tastebuds.

Hidden Omakase
Diners fatigued from decision-making need look no further. There’s no need for a menu at Hidden Omakase in the Galleria area. Tucked away on a side street of W. Alabama got the restaurant its name along with its 12-course tasting menu.

Kanau Sushi
Midtown’s high-rise, Drewery Place, hosts Kanau Sushi, an imitation of the latest sushi bars in Japan. 

Lefty&aposs Cheesesteaks
Within walking distance to the Medical Center and NRG Stadium, Lefty’s Cheesesteaks can be found thanks to Houston’s very own Texans quarterback, Deshuan Watson. 

Rice Village Farmers Market
The Rice Village Farmers Market hosts more than 40 vendors offering local shoppers and visitors fresh flowers, artisan chocolate, zero-waste home essentials, delectable cheeses, unique gifts and so much more.

Tres Tacos, Tequilas y Todo
Exotic tastes await adventurous eaters near midtown at Tres Tacos, Tequilas y Todo where diners can find the unique flavors of Mexican-Arabic fusion.

OPENINGS IN NOVEMBER

Acadian Coast
Near Downtown Houston, Acadian Coast serves Gulf Coast seafood for lunch and dinner and pastries, including beignets, in the mornings.

Bistro 555
Located in West Houston, Bistro 555 serves up classic French cuisine from owner Geneviève Guy’s tastes of home in Alsace in eastern France.

Fat Cat Creamery - Garden Oaks
Get your paws on a scoop (or two) ofꃺt Cat Creamery ice cream and experience for yourself why just three year-round staples -- Mexican Vanilla, Chocolate Stout and Strawberry Buttermilk-- keep regulars pouncing on the door for more.

Forth and Nomad Coffee
Forth and Nomad, the Houston Heights-based lifestyle marketplace for clothing, home goods, and wellness is a full-service coffee and pastry bar in a 4,500-square-foot flagship storefront at 731 Yale St., near the Heights Mercantile.

Katz&aposs Deli & Bar - Heights
Late-night noshers purr over this all-hours Montrose eatery with a city-slick atmosphere.਌rave blintzes at midnight or corned beef and cabbage at sunrise? This is your place. Cops from next door rub shoulders with families, politicos and all walks of the Heights good life at this sleek, brick-paved hot spot.

MFAH Kinder
The Nancy and Rich Kinder Building at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston in the museum district contains both departmental and cross-departmental galleries.

The Sporting Club
An open-air concept from So Clutch in Rice Military called The Sporting Club serves brunch, dinner, spirits and cocktails on Washington Avenue. 

Xin Chao
A talented Houston team combined their culinary gifts to give birth to Xin਌hao restaurant. MasterChef winner and owner of The Blind Goat, Christine Ha joined forces with Saigon House’s Tony J. Nguyen to create a tasty menu that offers a modern twist on traditional Vietnamese dishes made with locally sourced ingredients.

OPENINGS IN OCTOBER

East End Backyard
Experience colorful art, a huge dog-friendly outdoor patio, a wide selection of drinks, and the best of Houston’s food trucks at East End Backyard. Owner, Houston Dynamo legend Brian Ching wanted to create a laid-back outdoor space with enough room for people and their dogs to safely socialize with friends. 

Houston Botanic Gardens
Drift away in the midst of exotic and native plants, flowers and trees complimented by butterflies, birds and other wildlife that make up the Houston Botanic Garden. It is easy to discover and connect with the beauty and splendor of nature in the Garden’s 132 acres surrounded by Sims Bayou in what once was a public golf course.

OPENINGS IN SEPTEMBER

White Elm Cafe & Bakery
Four hospitality veterans have combined their talents to stir up a cafe and bakery concept that is sure to please Houston foodies. Guests can spend the entire day at White Elm Cafe & Bakery, from waking up in the morning to oven fresh baked breads and pastries to having lunch or dinner at the full-service, dine-in cafe or walk up counter.  

Street to Kitchen
Look out Thai lovers, there’s a new reason to celebrate. Street to Kitchen is spicing up Houston’s East End with traditional Thai dishes made from locally sourced ingredients. Self-described as unapologetically, authentically Thai, Chef Benchawan Painter uses family recipes from her grandma’s neighborhood kitchen in Thailand where she grew up and enhances them with techniques she learned in some of Houston’s top restaurants. East deliciously meets west at Street to Kitchen.  

Bludorn
Diners can take their taste buds on a food journey with Chef, now restaurant owner Aaron Bludorn. His namesake, Bludorn Restaurant is the Netflix Final Table stars’ first solo venture, and it’s located in Houston’s historic Fourth Ward neighborhood.  

OPENINGS IN AUGUST

White Elm Cafe & Bakery
White Elm Cafe Bakery is a reflection of the best of its four owners: Christopher 𠇌hico” Ramirez of Dinner Table Investments, Tasos Katsaounis, owner of Bread Man Baking and Chez Nous owners Scott and Stacy Simonson.

Street to Kitchen
Look out Thai lovers, there’s a new reason to celebrate. Street to Kitchen is spicing up Houston’s East End with traditional Thai dishes made from locally sourced ingredients. 

Bludorn
Diners can take their tastebuds on a food journey with Chef, now restaurant owner Aaron Bludorn. His namesake, Bludorn Restaurant is the Netflix Final Table stars’ first solo venture, and it’s located in Houston’s historic Fourth Ward neighborhood.  

Killen’s of the Heights
Good news for his longtime fans, the barbecue guru from Pearland is expanding his food empire. Ronnie Killen is opening a second Houston-based restaurant, he calls Killen’s inside Loop 610. Inspired by memories of his grandmother’s home cooking and family dinners, his newest venture focuses on southern comfort dishes, although some recipes are a throwback to his five other restaurant concepts.

OPENINGS IN JULY

Goode Bird
Make way for Goode Bird—the newest addition to the popular Houston family of restaurants. You may be able to guess by the name, Goode Bird focuses on chicken, southern-inspired fried chicken that spends an entire day soaking in a mix of sea salt, thyme, seasoned buttermilk, and Texas honey before it hits the hot grease. 

State Fare Kitchen & Bar (Sugarland)
A repeat performance for State Fare Kitchen & Bar, this time in Sugar Land Town Square. The restaurant known for its Southern comfort food in its second location will offer what it calls “upbeat Southern cuisine.”  

OPENINGS IN FEBRUARY

Adair - Downtown
As children of the founders of Skeeter’s Mesquite Grillਊnd Los Tios Mexican Restaurants, siblings Nick Adair and Katie Adair Barnhart have long dreamt of the day they would open their own restaurant concept and their vision came to fruition with Adair Kitchen.

Alma
Highland Village, home to lots of Houston’s upscale shopping spots, is also home to authentic South American dishes thanks to Alma. 

BORI
Foodies can indulge in A5 Wagyu from Japan, dry-aged steaks, and filet mignon prepared at their table at BORI in Spring Branch. Serving Korean BBQ, BORI is the first of its kind in Houston.

The Burger Joint - Heights
Head to the Heights and sink your teeth into a hand-crafted, locally-sourced burger at The Burger Joint. From classic to offbeat, the menu offers a wide variety of burgers to satisfy any palate.

The Federal Grill - Memorial
The Federal Grill’s second location in Memorial continues the reputation of the American restaurant by offering an impressive whiskey collection and plates of delectable comfort food.

Local Group Brewing
Foodie-approved bites and craft beer is a winning combo at Local Group Brewing in the Houston Heights.

Urban South Brewery
New Orleans and Houston have at least one thing in common — Urban South Brewery. Nestled between the Houston Heights and Rice Military in Houston Sawyer Yards, the brewery offers New England style and European style IPAs and other craft beers.

Wing Squad
Wing-lovers living or traveling near West University Place will rejoice to know wings can be delivered in a sealed bag, hot and ready to eat right to your door, wherever that may be.

OPENINGS IN JANUARY

Eighteen36
Houston is in every detail at Eighteen36 in Upper Kirby, named for the year the city was founded, down to the Houston-themed cocktails served alongside Greek-American dishes.

El Topo
A little West Texas flair made its way to West University Place in early 2020 by serving up hand-pressed tortillas, fresh salsas and even from-scratch pastries. 

The Gordy
The Gordy, a 66,850 square foot three-theatre campus is nestled on the outskirts of Montrose as a venue built to entertain Houston and its visitors.

Mutiny Wine Room
A fine wine tasting room in the Heights known as Mutiny Wine Room opened in 2020 for Houstonians and visitors with sophisticated wine taste.

Sugar Room
Shiny, sparkling drinks and donuts is the delectable combo that makes up Sugar Room in the Heights.

Sunset
Sunset, where cocktails are created with sunsets in mind in a space where visitors can view Houston’s finest while sipping them, is located in East Downtown Houston.

The Turkey Leg Hut - Galleria 
Houston&aposs Galleria area is the home to the stuffed turkey leg and other innovative food items, The Turkey Leg Hut.

VooDoo Doughnut
A Portland-original donut shop opened in 2020 in the Heights with its first drive-thru location. VooDoo Doughnuts is decked out with graffiti murals, serves a variety of interesting flavored donuts and is open 24 hours a day.

OPENINGS IN DECEMBER

Antone&aposs - Med Center
A local favorite for nearly fifty years, Antone&aposs still makes their "original" po&apos boys using the same recipe and quality ingredients that its founder used. The menu includes a tasty array of other sandwiches, New Orleans style po&apos boys, salads, pizzas and sides.

Bamboo House
Famously known for their peking duck and soup dumplings, Bamboo House serves high-quality Chinese food for lunch and dinner near Greenway Plaza.

Christina Greene
The shoppable studio located in Rice Village showcases all of Christina Greene’s semi-precious jewelry as well as clothing, purses, home dຜor and an assortment of gifts.

Common Bond - Heights
Located on historic 19th Street in the Heights, Common Bond bakery and cafe offers an impressive savory menu as well as a vast array of viennoiserie, pastry, bread, gelato and more.

Halal Guys - Garden Oaks
Made famous by their wildly popular food cart in New York City, the Houston outpost for Halal Guys brings quintessential Mediterranean street food to their brick-and-mortar location in the Heights area.

Jeni&aposs - Heights
Grab a spoon for a taste of a delectable treat on historic 19th Street in the Heights at Jeni’s, an ice cream shop serving scoops of uniquely smooth-textured ice cream in an assortment of flavors.

Moku Bar
Fresh sushi quality fish is flown daily to the Heights at Moku Bar, a poke bowl, fast, casual restaurant.

Sticky&aposs Chicken
The Houston Heights is home to  Sticky’s Chicken, a food-truck-turned-restaurant serving an array of chicken coated with mouth-watering sauces.

OPENINGS IN NOVEMBER

Buffalo Bayou Brewing
The brewery upgraded to a new location in 2019 featuring a three-story, 28,000-square-foot facility. Hosting a capacity of 50,000 barrels a year the restaurant seats 200 and serves more than 70 beers on tap.

Guard and Grace
A modern steakhouse concept called Guard and Grace lives in One Allen Center in Downtown Houston and features a complete charcuterie station and raw bar. 

Koffeteria
East Downtown is home to Koffeteria, an upscale bakery dishing out pastries, coffee, ice cream, and plated desserts.

Merus Grill
Uptown Park is home to Merus Grill, the first of its name in the restaurants owned by J. Alexander’s Holdings, Inc. The seafood and steakhouse serves a variety of classics that frequenters of the J. Alexander’s eateries will recognize as well as some fresh dishes whipped up specifically for this concept. 

Politan Row
Politan Row offers a twist on the food hall concept in Rice Village with shareable dishes and big community tables to encourage the beauty of eating together.

Pop Up Shop - Galleria
Next to Nordstrom’s at The Galleria Mall, there is a Pop Up Shop featuring an array of Houston’s entrepreneurial spirits working to grow the small business scene in the big city.

Popfancy Pops - Chinatown
Sweet treats in Chinatown are plentiful, but PopFancy is a popular spot for an icy goodies. Serving up fresh-made popsicles, the sweet shop’s treats are made using fresh produce hand-selected at the peak of season, so the flavor menu changes often.

Tecovas
Rice Village has boots that Texas locals love, and visitors can snag them at Tecovas. Tecovas makes handmade, high quality boots and advertises them at reasonable prices.

The Waffle Bus
Breakfast connoisseurs and lovers must head to the Heights to try Houston food truck The Waffle Bus’s first brick and mortar restaurant. The food truck has been operating since 2012, but the first store opened in 2019.

OPENINGS IN OCTOBER

Annie&aposs Cafe & Bar
This chic Galleria restaurant serves no-frills Texas-inspired American cuisine with a hefty wine list and cocktail area for those looking for a fun night out.  

Benjy&aposs
This Rice Village hotspot has gotten a makeover but still keeps all the charm and fabulous cuisine Houstonians have come to expect. 

Eugene&aposs
A lively bar and fresh seafood make this Gulf Coast restaurant a must-visit for any fish lover. 

Rosalie
Rosalie is a classic Italian restaurant located in the ultra-chic C. Baldwin hotel.ਏresh pasta and pizza are standouts on the menu from chef Chris Cosentino.

Squable
Comforting and inviting, this Heights-area restaurant serves up European food with an inventive cocktail list. 

Traveler&aposs Table
Take a trip around the world at this eclectic restaurant showcasing dishes from different parts of the globe. 

Universal Standard 1:1
This intimate shopping is a revolutionary way to spend some cash. Part store, part community space, Universal Standard 1:1 offers stylists, hot merchandise and community space for events. 

OPENINGS IN SEPTEMBER

Cadente
From the team who brought Houston The Pit Room਌omes this Tex-Mex restaurant serving up staples like tamales, enchiladas and of course, fresh margaritas. 

Electric FeelGood
Deemed Houston’s “retro space saloon,” this Midtown bar offers food and drinks that are sure to make everyone smile. Oh, did we forget to mention the indoor slide?

One Dim Sum
Located in Midtown, this dim sum hotspot is open seven days a week offering sum-thing different with dim sum specialties andਊuthentic Chinese favorites. 

Postino Montrose
The second Postino, located where Montrose Mining Company once was, dishes up "snack things," as well as craft beer and wine. 

Rosie Cannonball
Chef Adam Garcia has created a little piece of Italy in the heart of the Montrose district. With high-quality flatbreads, charred vegetables and an array of pasta dishes, this charming restaurant is casual dining at it&aposs finest.  

The Toasted Coconut
Get toasted at this new tiki-inspired restaurant and bar featuring a fun patio, indoor lounge and adult sandbox. Sip on specialty cocktails as you munch on small bites like thai crispy rice, skewers and delectable dumplings. 

Wings of Houston
Grab your bros and head to this Houston wing jointਏor some of the best and most creative wings in the city. With more than 20 different sauces, Wings of Houston serves up wings that will make any game day much more exciting and flavorful.  

OPENINGS INਊUGUST

Cambria Hotel Houston
Cambria Hotel in Downtown Houston is a beautiful part of Choice Hotels’ upscale Cambria Hotels & Suites collection that offers contemporary style and convenience for the modern traveler.

Davis Street at Hermann Park
Chef Mark Holley closed two Museum District restaurants in 2017, but has since combined the favorite menu items of each and added more to re-open Davis Street at Hermann Park. Located inside the Mosaic hi-rises on the edge of historic Hermann Park, Davis Street at Hermann Park serves New American dishes.

Mama Ninfa&aposs Tacos Y Tortas
One of Understory’s treasures in Downtown Houston is Mama Ninfa’s Tacos Y Tortas. Serving Mexican street-style tacos, tortas and traditional Tex-Mex fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Mama Ninfa’s is a spinoff of The Original Ninfa’s, a Houston Tex-Mex favorite.

Montrose Cheese & Wine
Montrose Cheese & Wine features 12-15 cheeses and 125 wines in a small but darling 800-square-foot store in Montrose. The charming spot is both retail shop and café, offering cheese, wine, charcuterie, pastries and coffee.

Penny Quarter
In Montrose, guests can top off the morning with an espresso or cap off their night with a glass of wine at Penny Quarter. Self described as an 𠇊ll day café and bar,” Penny Quarter pours fresh brews and wines from an extensive wine selection from 7 a.m. to midnight or 2 a.m. on weekends.

Pepper Lunch
Chinatown is home to a 𠇍IY” teppan style Japanese restaurant called Pepper Lunch. Meals at Pepper Lunch come out piping hot on iron plates so you can “sizzle it your way.”

Tikila&aposs
Tikila’s, a tiki-themed tequila bar in the Heights features palm trees and cabanas in addition to the obvious — margaritas, mojitos, an array of frozen drinks and plenty of other cocktails to choose from.

Understory
Houston’s Downtown tunnel system got bigger, better, lighter and brighter when Understory changed the scene in 2019. The space includes 10,000 square feet of retail and 20,000 square feet of public space, making it a spacious entryway to the tunnel system.

OPENINGS IN JULY

AC Hotel Houston
The AC Hotel by Marriott Houston Downtown (AC Houston) is the first AC hotel in Houston and only the second in Texas. Developed by NewcrestImage, the property is an adaptive reuse of a historic 1914 building in downtown Houston.

BB Lemon - Montrose
B&B Butcher’s more casual offshoot, BB Lemon, was inspired by the simple joys of meat maestro Benjamin Berg’s childhood in New York.

Bellaire Food Street
The heart of Houston’s Chinatown hosts a center known as Bellaire Food Street, featuring food-truck-turned restaurants, fusion food stops and an array of dessert shops.

Bravery Chef Hall
Downtown Houston became cutting edge in the culinary world when Bravery Chef Hall opened on Travis Street in 2019.

Fat Ni BBQ
Nothing says Chinatown in Houston like a Chinese street food and BBQ menu combo, and that’s exactly what Fat Ni BBQ has to offer.

Meet Fresh
Taiwanese teas, treats and desserts arrived in Chinatown in 2019 when Meet Fresh opened on Bellaire Food Street. The restaurant originally opened in Taiwan in 2007 and has since expanded to America, Canada, Japan and Vietnam.

Mendocino Farms
A slice of California arrived in Texas in 2019 when Mendocino Farms opened in Rice Village. The sandwich shop first opened in downtown Los Angeles and, after expanding to several other California cities, made its way to Texas with Houston first one the list. 

Migo Saigon
Serving up Vietnamese street food in Chinatown, Migo Saigon Food Street was one of the first restaurants to open in Bellaire Food Street. 

Monkey&aposs Tail
Monkey’s Tail, a Mexican-American bar near the Heights, features craft cocktails, a creative bar food menu, dog-friendly patio and a pool table.

OPENINGS IN JUNE

Beard Papa&aposs
Houston’s਌hinatown is home to the “world’s best creampuffs” with򠯪rd Papa’s. With more than a dozen cream puff options, Beard Papa’s offers guests the opportunity to create their own combination of shell and cream for a customized mouth-watering treat.

C. Baldwin Hotel
An anchor for The Allen Center at the gateway to਍owntown,਌. Baldwin honors the brash and fiercely independent Charlotte Baldwin Allen, The Mother of Houston. Convenient sky-bridges connect the hotel to the Allen Center buildings and Heritage Plaza.

Flower & Cream
West University got a little sweeter whenਏlower & Cream opened in 2019. Destined for Instagram sensationalism, Flower & Cream serves up fancy desserts in a picturesque shop just waiting for ice cream taste-tester models to stroll in.

Loch Bar
Sometimes there’s nothing better than fresh oysters, towering seafood displays and good drinks. Anyone looking for an upscale seafood experience should visit Loch Bar in the River Oaks District. This iconic Baltimore establishment is the third location of its kind and hosts plenty of ways to indulge in delicious fare.

Lotti Dotti
Montrose is known for hosting an array of unique restaurant and bar concepts, and Lotti Dotti is no exception. A patio bar serving craft cocktails and bar food, Lotti Dotti gets Houstonians and visitors outside even in the hottest months of the year.

MAD Houston
Tapas, a Madrid menu and authentic Spanish cocktails and nightlife are just the highlights at MAD Houston in the River Oaks District. With a menu focused on tapas and paellas, MAD will keep the flavors coming to the table all night long.

Ouzo Bay
The Mediterranean arrived in River Oaks਍istrict when Ouzo Bay opened in summer 2019. With a Greek wine list, handcrafted cocktails, small batch whiskeys and seafood caught around the world, the menu is sure to wow guests and take their taste buds to another continent.

Shake Shack - Downtown
New York’s “roadside” burger stand sprouted from a hot dog cart in Madison Square Park back in 2001, quickly developing a cult following that lined up daily for double stack burgers, cheese fries and frozen custard. In the years since, Shake Shack has planted permanent roots throughout the Big Apple and the rest of the U.S., so area fans were elated to find that the fast food biz would be expanding to Houston in fall 2016.

Strato 550
With the highest vantage point in਍owntown Houston, Strato 550 offers seasonal Mediterranean-influenced lunch dishes, perfect for the business-traveler on the go.

The Original Ninfa&aposs Uptown
All the locals know the original Ninfa’s is the best location for fajitas, queso, margaritas and homemade tortillas, so rather than opening another franchise location, the owners brought the original to Uptown.

OPENINGS IN MAY

B.B. Italia
In the ever-growing Energy Corridor in Houston, B.B. Italia and B.B. Pizza To Go have made a home for themselves as an Italian restaurant with a fresh-take on the traditional cuisine.

Cloud 10 Creamery - Montrose
Touted as one of Houston’s best dessert spots,਌loud 10 Creamery’s location in Montrose, right on the border of Upper Kirby, may surprise even the most discerning frozen treat connoisseur.

Magnol French Baking
Just outside the loop in Spring Branch, Magnol French Baking serves pastries and fresh baked organic bread to patrons and wholesellers alike.

Nap Bar
Visitors and locals alike can take a little snooze in the middle of the day in Houston’s Rice Villageਊt Nap Bar, which is just what it sounds like — a local establishment for tired passersby to take a break from the hustle with their eyes closed.

Snowy Village
Snowy Village in Chinatown serves up bingsu, Korean shaved ice for Houston locals and visitors to give the city a taste of Asian desserts.

Taco Stop
A Heights favorite that started as a food truck for locals to grab a taco on their way to I-10 became a brick and mortar in 2019.

Trendy Dumpling
Near Upper Kirby, made-to-order dumplings come hot and fresh to tables at Trendy Dumpling. Offering soup dumplings and authentic sichuan cuisine, Trendy Dumpling

Tropicales
Just north of Rice Village, chips, queso and refreshing alcoholic beverages spiked with hibiscus await visitors at Tropicales.

OPENINGS IN APRIL

1751 Sea & Bar
Hop on over to 1751 Sea + Bar in the Heights for a unique dining and drinking experience straight out of the Gulf Coast.

AVEVA Rugby Stadium
In Central Southwest Houston, AVEVA Stadium is home to the Houston SaberCats Rugby team and is the first of its kind in Houston and the second in the United States.

Booza
Located just outside the loop is the first Middle Eastern-esque ice cream shop in town, Booza, home of the “stretchy ice cream.”

Daphne&aposs
A piece of Greece in the Houston Heights called Daphne’s is serving up Mediterranean fare jam-packed with healthful benefits.

Mina Ristorante
Upper Kirby is home to Mina Ristorante, a charming locale serving Italian inspired comfort food.

The Pink Elephant Room
On Washington Avenue in the Heights, there is a dive bar with a pool table known as The Pink Elephant Room.

The Smoking Pot
Located in Spring Branch, The Smoking Pot serves CBD oil-based products and coffee, without the THC that Texas prohibits.

Verdine
Smack dab in the heart of the Houston Heights is a plant-based restaurant serving up vegan and vegetarian dishes popping with color.

OPENINGS IN MARCH

Common Bond - Medical Center
Located in the Medical Center, Common Bond bakery and cafe offers an impressive savory menu as well as a vast array of viennoiseries, pastries, breads, gelatos and more. Come for breakfast, lunch or a late afternoon pastry and cup of coffee.

Emerson Sloan - Memorial/Tanglewood
Emerson Sloan is a go-to modern party supply store in Houston. Catering to kids, teens, and adults, owner Kim Etheridge’s well-edited collection of clever, curated items never fails to delight those who walk through the doors.

Houston Cider Company
Located in the Greater Heights, Houston Cider Company is within walking and biking distance of all of the Heights communities. The cidery is Houston&aposs first of its kind and serves minimally processed ciders.

Kubo&aposs Sushi & Washoku
Between the Heightsਊnd Downtown, Kubo’s Sushi & Washoku treats sushi lovers to a delectable collection of Japanese cuisine.

Les Ba&aposget
After closing its original restaurant in Montrose, Les Ba’get opened for the visitors of Houston Heights on 34th Street. Known for their bahn mi sandwiches, this Vietnamese cafe is a local favorite. 

Penny Whistle
Located in Montrose, the Penny Whistle replaced the infamous Harp Irish Pub but kept all the endearing favorites of Houston locals. Known for their Steak Night and Tallboy Tuesday events, the pub also has ping pong, jukebox, darts and foosball for diners’ entertainment. 

Taste Bar + Kitchen
A Midtown lively, casual dining spot, Taste Bar + Kitchen whips up various versions of fried chicken and waffles, like General Tso’s Chicken & Waffles and even vegan chicken & waffles made with chicken fried cauliflower.

Unicorn Magical Dessert Bar
The Unicorn Magical Dessert Bar showers Montrose with scads of sparkly ice creams, lemonades, hot chocolates and other sweet treats.

OPENINGS IN FEBRUARY

Decant Urban Winery
Decant Urban Winery is nestled north of the Heights where guests can learn about the wine-making process and taste a variety of small-batch wines.

Hopdoddy - Heights
Right down the street from the shopping district on 19th Street in the Heights is a burger-lover’s haven — Hopdoddy.

Orange Artichoke Kitchen
A grab and go eatery in the Heights, Orange Artichoke Kitchen serves fresh food, made with whole ingredients for people in a hurry.

Slowpokes
Slowpokes, a coffee and snack stop with two location in Upper Kirby and the Heights, describes themselves as a "community shop" where visitors can take time to relax. 

Tropical&aposs Colombian Restaurant 
Tropical’s Colombian Restaurant in Montrose offers to-go Colombian food. 

True Anomaly Brewing
Located in a transformed warehouse in EaDo, True Anomaly Brewing hosts a variety of beers designed to surprise taste buds and satisfy beer enthusiasts. 

Verandah Progressive Indian Restaurant
Upper Kirby is home to Verandah, an upscale progressive Indian restaurant serving flavor-packed, authentic Indian lunch and dinner dishes.


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KUSAMA TICKETS

All visitors, including Members, need advance tickets for entry to the Garden. Tickets are now available for visit dates through August 1, 2021.

  • To see both indoor and outdoor installations, select a KUSAMA Garden & Gallery Pass ticket.
  • To see only outdoor installations across the grounds, select a KUSAMA Garden Pass ticket.
  • Tickets are limited due to New York State and City guidelines for social distancing and visitor safety.
  • A new block of timed-entry tickets and Infinity Mirrored Room—Illusion Inside the Heart (2020) limited-capacity interior access tickets for August 3 through October 31 go on sale to the public on June 24, 10 a.m. the Patron pre-sale begins on June 21, 10 a.m., and the Member pre-sale begins on June 22, 10 a.m.
  • A separate ticket for interior access to Infinity Mirrored RoomIllusion Inside the Heart (2020) is required with the purchase of a KUSAMA Garden & Gallery Pass or KUSAMA Garden Pass. Tickets are highly limited and expected to sell out. Up to four people can enter the Infinity Mirrored Room at once. At this time, you will only be admitted into the Infinity Mirrored Room with members of your own party. For the safety of the artwork, no bags or other items are allowed inside the Infinity Mirrored Room outdoor storage will be provided to temporarily stow your belongings.

Includes access to all KUSAMA: Cosmic Nature outdoor installations across the grounds and access to the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, installations inside LuEsther T. Mertz Library Building and Ross Gallery, as well as interior access to Flower Obsession (2017/2021) obliteration greenhouse and Pumpkins Screaming About Love Beyond Infinity (2017) in the Visitor Center Gallery, plus the Tram Tour, and Garden features including the Everett Children’s Adventure Garden and outdoor collections.

Please note: A separate, highly limited, $10 Infinity Mirrored Room ticket will be required for interior access. If available, the option will be presented to you before checkout.

Pricing Public Patron/Member
Adult $35 Free
Senior (65+) $32 Free
Student (with valid ID) $32 Free
Child (2-12) $15 Free
Child under 2 Free Free

Includes access to all KUSAMA: Cosmic Nature outdoor installations across the grounds, plus Garden features including the Everett Children’s Adventure Garden and outdoor collections.

Please note: A separate, highly limited, $10 Infinity Mirrored Room ticket will be required for interior access. If available, the option will be presented to you before checkout.

Pricing Public Patron/Member
Adult $25 Free
Senior (65+) $22 Free
Student (with valid ID) $22 Free
Child (2-12) $12 Free
Child under 2 Free Free

Includes access to all KUSAMA: Cosmic Nature outdoor installations across the grounds, plus Garden features including the Everett Children’s Adventure Garden and outdoor collections.

Please note: A separate, highly limited, $10 Infinity Mirrored Room ticket will be required for interior access. If available, the option will be presented to you before checkout.

Pricing Public Patron/Member
Adult $15 Free
Senior (65+) $7 Free
Student (with valid ID) $7 Free
Child (2-12) $4 Free
Child under 2 Free Free

Proof of residency is required. New York City Grounds-Only Admission is free all day on Wednesdays.


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