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At Steak 48, we encourage all of our guests to get dressed up for a great experience. In order to maintain an enjoyable environment for all guests, athletic wear, excessively revealing clothing, exposed undergarments will not be permitted. We prefer no printed t-shirts, hats or visors and always appreciate collared shirts or sports coats. Please dress as your elegant selves. You are going to have a great time!
If you need any special accommodations or flowers reach out to us at the host desk!
We look forward to seeing you soon!
The steaks are all Certified Angus and come with generous sides on the same plate, and the salads are almost legendary.
Frank's is a place where you can meet your friends in the bar, dine there, or experience the full menu in the dining room.
Reservations are recommended but not required. Come see what Chef Colin Shine is creating.
During the day TEN is ideal for business lunches, both formal and casual; and at night transitions to a sexy, chic dining experience with unique sushi creations and takes on traditional Asian dishes. The decor features large, indoor cherry blossom images, high ceilings, recessed pink lighting and street art throughout. Thoughtful, delicate details are strewn about the gorgeous space. Grab a seat in the dining room, sushi bar or full service bar.
atmosphere. Open for dinner service from 5-10 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Sunday; and 5-11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday
Reservations are available on OpenTable or via phone at 713-485-6641
Dress Code: We politely ask that our guests dine with us sans any of the subsequent attire. No athletic or sports attire, beach attire, pool slides or flip flops, Crocs, sleeveless or tank tops for men, hats or headwear of any type, cut-off jeans, hoodies, sweat pants, exposed undergarments, and revealing clothing. Admittance to MUSE is at the discretion of management who reserve the right to refuse service to guests who are inappropriately dressed regardless of reservation status.
Relish Restaurant & Bar is a neighborhood eatery serving up classic American food with Mediterranean influences. At Relish, we aim to create an environment where absolute guest satisfaction is our highest priority. Through a shared commitment to excellence, we are dedicated to the uncompromising quality of our food, service, and people, while taking exceptional care of our guests and staff. We simply believe food should be uncomplicated, delicious and something to be relished!
DRESS CODE : NO BALL CAPS , ATHLETIC APPAREL, FLIP FLOPS, BACKLESS SANDALS, BAGGY CLOTHING, TALL TEE SHIRTS OR SHORTS.
Cru Food and Wine Bar at River Oaks serves brunch as well. Some of the items on the brunch menu at the eatery include crab cake benedict, steak & eggs and smoked salmon board. Dessert options include tiramisu and chocolate lava cake. We provide great patio seating, a fun bar and beautiful dining room. Great promotions such as Champagne Thursday(half off bottles of bubbles), Pizza Monday (free pizza with a bottle of wine, and Swirl Sundays (1/3 off all bottles of wine).
- Mmoataz1 review5.0Dined 3 days agoeverything thing we ordered was amazing. Juan was our waiter and was very helpful with the recommendations and has a great attitude. great service overall. I would definitely recommend trying it.More infoState of GracePrice: Expensive• Regional American (Contemporary Southern)• River Oaks•4.8
- NNewtDallas - Fort Worth •1 review5.0Dined 5 days agoThe good was delicious and the wait time for meal was short. Mimosa was very strong-but some people like their money worth of alcohol. The level of noise was very loud.More infoUpper Kirby BistroPrice: Expensive• Contemporary American• Upper Kirby / Shepherd Corridor•4.3
- OTOpenTable Diner1 review5.0Dined 5 days agoAwesome fresh seafood . Tasty sauces with shrimp and sea bass. Bit pricey sides Need baked potatoes…. Need smaller sides…More infoEddie V's - West AvePrice: Very Expensive• Seafood• River Oaks•4.8
- CBCarolBabyHouston •3 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023The staff was so genuine and sweet! The food was so flavorful! We went for light bites. You HAVE to get the deviled eggs! The avocado toast was really good and the oysters were yummy!More infoRelish Restaurant and BarPrice: Moderate• Contemporary American• River Oaks•4.8
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