Wine Bars in Katy


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  • The Cellar Door Houston
    Beneath a basil-green awning, Cellar Door Market fills with the universal clatter of a happy kitchen as chef Paul LaLone brings 26 years in the culinary industry to bear on heaps of regional ingredients. Guest chefs lead hands-on classes in specific cuisines and techniques, which may introduce pupils to the art of baking bread, preparing healthy food, rolling sushi, and remembering that sushi is the one food that should not be roasted on a campfire. Each session is rated according to the knife skills required to complete the meal, and pupils bustle past the kitchen, laden with completed dishes for their friends and families. Beyond the kitchen doors at Cellar Door Market, chefs create meals from scratch, quick-cooling them to preserve integrity. Whenever possible, meals are made with local products including meats and produce from nearby sustainable farms. The rotating menu has included dishes such as red beans and rice with Zenner’s sausage, smoked pork loin with a peach and bourbon sauce, and zucchini manicotti, and each item comes with instructions for easily reheating it or taking it to a dragon’s surprise party.
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    829 S Mason, Ste 280
    Katy, TX US
  • Pinot's Palette
    Pinot's Palette combines wine and art to create an enjoyable night out with friends or a date. The painting sessions encourage adults' inner artists whether they have any painting experience or not, encouraging light-hearted conversation, fun, and good cheer while painting and sipping BYOB beverages. Each session's painting of the night may feature anything from landscapes and wine-inspired art to known classics such as Van Gogh's Starry Night, and each painter tackles from their own artistic angle under the guidance of an experienced instructor. At the end of the night, painters can take their painting home with them and ring a "Gong of Awesomeness" on their way out to signify a good time.
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    2910 Commercial Center Blvd
    Katy, TX US
  • The Tasting Room
    Since opening in 2003, The Tasting Room has morphed from a wine bar to a full-service restaurant with four locations—all while retaining its wine-bar charm and racking up numerous awards and accolades. Diners can select libations from a list that boasts more than 200 wines, pairing them with contemporary dishes whipped up by executive chef Jonathan LeBlanc. TTR offerings run the gamut from small plates of mini grilled sandwiches and classic bruschetta to entrees including creole-spiced quail and Jamaican jerk chicken breast, which diners can savor at windowside tables or on the plant-ensconced patio and garden area. The eatery doesn't just sate hunger for eclectic classics and thirst for fermented grapes. It also hosts live music, meetings, and events such as 2011's Grapes vs. Grains, which pitted beer against wine in a liquid wrestling match. The owners have their hands in other culinary enterprises, too. There's the Houston Cellar Classic, for example, an annual celebration of food and wine. Also popular is MAX's Wine Dive, a destination for gourmet comfort food best defined by its slogan—"Fried chicken and champagne? ... Why the hell not?"
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    818 Town And Country Blvd
    Houston, TX US
  • Winetopia
    Surrounded by Winetopia's brick-laden walls, visitors sample a succinct selection of tapas, absorb the notes of live music and karaoke, and explore the flavors of rare wines gathered from around the world. In the dining room, the arched tops of built-in wine cabinets fit snugly into exposed-brick walls, and the chatter of guests clustered around intimate tables syncs with the clinks of wineglasses alighting on a granite-top bar. A menu of small plates romances appetites with everything from light snacks, such as marcona almonds and indian popcorn, to more substantial morsels, including veggie samosas. Plates strewn with various cheeses find companionship in chatty napkins and the sweet notes of fresh fruit or the deep flavor of assorted cold cuts. The rotating selection of more than 200 small-production wines overrides the need for a formal list, so instead sommeliers pilot patrons through vinos imported from New Zealand, South Africa, Oregon, and Argentina. The less traveled can charter entire flights of wine or sign up for a tasting class, or eschew grapey spirits altogether for one of the bar’s 59 domestic or imported beers.
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    6363 San Felipe St
    Houston, TX US
  • Absolve Wine Lounge
    Absolve Wine Lounge offers a chic environment and flavorful small plates. Diners who avoid fat need to be careful, though, because Absolve Wine Lounge's menu does not offer low-fat options. Pair your entree with a glass of wine or draft beer — Absolve Wine Lounge has a fully-stocked bar to complement your meal. Don't miss the happy hour food and drink specials, where a great bargain is always in sight. Dine out in the open during Absolve Wine Lounge's summer season when patio tables are available for use. Absolve Wine Lounge has live DJs spinning some evenings. Prepare to face the crowds if you visit on the weekend — Friday and Saturday are Absolve Wine Lounge's busiest days. null Dining at Absolve Wine Lounge will set you back about $30 per person on average.
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    920 Studemont St
    Houston, TX US
  • Cellar 17
    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.
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    6608 Fm 1960 Rd W
    Houston, TX US
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