Rosie Cannonball is the newest of three Goodnight Hospitality concepts, is excited to share with the public their delicious cuisine, fine wines and cocktails, and unbeatable atmosphere. Their selectively curated menu is inspired by individual ingredients directly from Goodnight Hospitality’s farm located on the outskirts of Houston and from locally sourced seafood and meats. Keep Reading
La Villa founder Vincent Sinard recently recruited star-chef Kevin d’Andréa to transform and invigorate the restaurants’ menu. Frenchman, Chef Kevin d’Andréa has an extensive resume working with acclaimed chefs, including Alain Llorca of five-star Hôtel Belle Rives, Alain Ducasse of the Plaza Athénée and the Yannick Alléno culinary team of 3-Michelin star Le Meurice. Complimenting the new spring menu is the modern French coastal feel of the two-story restaurant located in the heart of Montrose. Keep Reading
Houston mom Kelly Barnhart realized that while raising her daughter there was one question that was driving her “would this enhance or detract from her vibrance?”. Not a restauranteur or chef, but a former art curator, Kelly knew there a void in Houston for healthy eating without sacrificing aesthetics and culture. Keep Reading
La Villa Saint-Tropez, a new modern French Mediterranean restaurant, has recently debuted in Houston’s diverse Montrose area. This contemporary, French-inspired restaurant will offer dishes native to the Saint-Tropez area, making visitors feel as if they’ve been transported to France. Keep Reading
Montrose is one of the best neighborhoods in Houston. Its quirky array of shops and coffeehouses, proximity to the Museum District, and unbeatable restaurants all contribute to the area’s appeal. One of the newest watering holes on the scene is also one of the best. Within just weeks of opening, Agricole Hospitality’s Night Heron has carved its space as a noteworthy neighborhood nest. With inventive cocktails, a globally-inspired menu, and a comfortable, airy space, the only thing you’re left wanting when you leave is more.
“The more things change, the more they stay the same” is a fitting tagline for Houston’s Montrose neighborhood, an area that somehow retains its eclectic roots as construction cranes continue to fill the air.
There’s a new restaurant winging its way into town. Well-known Agricole Hospitality, which brought Houston such hits as Coltivare, Revival Market, and Eight Row Flint, has announced plans to open their first Montrose eatery, a Gulf Coast concept called Night Heron.