Just outside of downtown Houston, Midtown is home to young professionals and families, as well as a vibrant culinary and cultural scene. Its high concentration of restaurants, bars and coffee shops make it an ideal place to enjoy a day of eating, and because Midtown is one of Houston’s most walkable neighborhoods, it’s easy to explore its culinary offerings. Keep reading for our suggestions for one day of eating in Midtown.
Breakfast: The Breakfast Klub
Lunch: Weights + Measures
Happy Hour: Izalkaya and Wooster’s Garden
Izakaya, a Japanese gastropub, where Japanese flavors fuse with global cuisine. The drinks are equally important here with plenty of options including sake, cocktails and beer, which you can enjoy along with small bites for as little as $3 during happy hour. Happy hour is on weekdays from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Dinner: Oporto Fooding House and Wine
Late Night: Mongoose Versus Cobra
Blog originally posted by VisitHoustonTexas.com