In case you missed the memo, you probably ought to be spending more time in the Houston Heights. The thriving neighborhood perfectly melds urban Houston savvy with a charming, independent vibe that’s more commonly found in smaller towns. The latest jewel in the district’s crown is Postino WineCafé, now open at Heights Mercantile.
The best way to get to know Houston is through its neighborhoods! For a historic backdrop with fashion-forward shopping and casual yet high-quality dining, the Heights neighborhood offers a central location for exploring Houston while providing a local feel that somehow makes the nation’s fourth largest city feel a little bit smaller.
The tastemakers of the world share a secret — a common thread that elevates their style from the trend of convenience to the lasting legacy of class. The answer? Customization, and top-notch service to complement it.
The entrepreneurs behind Q Clothier and Rye 51 know this, and they’ve been bringing modern, yet classic style to discerning men since 2003. Even in this digital age, they’ve attained unprecedented success. Their latest achievement is a sleek brick-and-mortar in Houston’s newest mixed-use development, Heights Mercantile.