Cellar 17 is a boutique wine bar and retail shop. Wines range in price from $10 - $500, specializing in small production wineries from all over the world.
We have fabulous Wine Tasting Events and a much touted Wine Club. Enjoy wines by the glass or bottle and pair it with one of our many delicious appetizers.
Rockhouse's upbeat, musical confines nourish diners with a menu rocking out to steaks, seafood, burgers, and pub fare. Guests can start with crunchy fried-chicken brouchettes—white-meat chicken in a hickory-smoked bacon shawl ($8.99)—before heading to a thick, seasoned pork chop cooked over a controlled inferno ($13.99) or the fish-taco trio, a threesome of soft-shell flour disks filled with poppy-seed coleslaw and battered cod fillet and garnished with grilled asparagus ($12.99). Multifarious burgers, sliders, and sandwiches satisfy cravings for bread-clenched eats, with options such as the Chesapeake Bay burger topped with sautéed crab and melty swiss cheese ($8.99). Between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., lunch takes the stage, entertaining taste buds with the avocado turkey wrap ($6.99) or a mountain of fresh fettuccine peaked with alfredo and a choice of chicken or shrimp ($6.99).
From half-pound Angus burgers to fish tacos, every item on H-Town Bar & Grill’s menu is made to-order. Regionally influenced grub sits atop tables like an edible map of North America, charting a course from the Aloha burger’s grilled ham and pineapple to the El Diablo burger’s roasted jalapeños and chipotle mayo. Flat-screen TVs line the spacious eatery, where barkeeps man a full-service bar, doling out domestic and imported brews and house wines to help wash down barbecue chicken sandwiches and steak caesar salads. Guests can also reserve the casual space for private events or sneak into someone else’s party dressed as a philly cheesesteak to blend in with the surrounding environs.
The soothing sounds of the saxophone and the call of the trumpet fill the air inside the Red Cat Jazz Café. Several nights a week, artists such as Brian Best and Dean James play on the café's stage, which also hosts boisterous events including the Sunday Jazz Brunch. Open-mic nights let lesser-known acts make a splash, and happy hours and special events encourage artistic expression through words, mixed drinks, and opportunities to complain about coworkers in song.
The artfully designed eatery has garnered plenty of media buzz with mentions in Texas Monthly and Houston Modern Luxury, and boasts a renowned founder and chef (Scott Tycer, of Benjy's, Spago Palo Alto, and Aries Restaurant fame). For your prix fixe dinner, choose one item from each of the following sumptuous course selections inspired by land, earth and sea:
La Fendee invites diners to feast on a menu of flavorful Mediterranean fare, including shawarma, kebabs, and falafels. Teach fingers the art of the hummus shovel with pita bread baked fresh in a clay oven ($5.99), or pinion sautéed portobello mushrooms ($5.99) between the fine tines of your fork. A pita stuffed with ground beef, herbs, and spices and roasted over an open fire ($13.99) makes a savory meat pie envied by apple streusels everywhere. Fire-grilled beef kebabs ($13.99) and plates of golden falafels ($11.99) round out the entree offerings. For dessert, the baklava's mille feuille of flaky phyllo dough enrobes a smooth pistachio or walnut filling ($2.29). Diners can cap off the banquet while puffing clouds of mint, apple, and citrus-flavored hookah in the dining room or on the outdoor patio. A BYOB establishment, La Fendee lets guests bring their own wine or beer for a $5.95 corkage fee.