From the owners of Revival Market comes the brand new farm to table concept Coltivare, complete with a garden in back that’s almost as large as the restaurant. Visit the bar to find the largest collection of Amaro — a bitter Italian liquor — available in Houston.
Where to Eat
Revival Market is the number one spot in the city for locally- and sustainably-raised meats and products from local purveyors
Revival Market is the number one spot in the city for locally- and sustainably-raised meats and products from local purveyors, including Rebecca Masson, who sells her Fluff Bake Bar products at their counter. Follow them on social media for info on their popular kolache sales, pop-up dinners and butchering classes, and be sure to visit chef/co-owner Ryan Pera’s recently opened restaurant Coltivare, located just down the street. Their vibrant produce is grown in their own backyard and harvested from an impressively abundant garden, and their amari-forward cocktail menu runs the gamut from refreshing to boozy (and all delicious). Triple A is known for their soulful Southern breakfast — particularly the chicken fried steak and eggs — and Down House is another popular brunch spot, with options like shrimp and grits, pork hash, and chicken and waffles.
Other Spots to See
Enjoy the rest of our walkable Houston city guide that lets you easily ditch your car and explore three neighborhoods by foot or bike.
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