clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Kulture Brings African Cuisine to Downtown Houston

The Breakfast Klub’s Marcus Davis will soon open his much-anticipated restaurant

Cheery holiday decor at Avenida Houston
Avenida Houston/Facebook
Amy McCarthy is a reporter at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

After months of waiting, Houstonians can soon finally visit Kulture, the brand new Downtown restaurant from The Breakfast Klub’s Marcus Davis.

The much-anticipated eatery announced its happy hour plans on Instagram yesterday, and will soon debut at 701 Avenida De Las Americas. Situated in the bottom floor of Partnership Tower, the restaurant will explore the cuisines of the African diaspora, including Caribbean fare and the food of the Gulf Coast.

Originally expected to open alongside Xochi, Biggio’s, and other Avenida Houston restaurants around the time that Houston hosted the Super Bowl in January, construction at Kulture slowed dramatically over the past several months. But considering the beloved status of a cult favorite like The Breakfast Klub, it’s likely that Kulture will see the same crowds that Davis’ beloved breakfast spot attracts.

Kulture will debut in Downtown Houston in early 2018. No official opening date has been set just yet.

Update, 12/6, 12:56: A representative for Kulture reached out to Eater with a status update. The restaurant is currently training staff and planning an opening date in “early 2018.” This post has been updated to reflect that new information.

Everybody needs a little #Kulture in their life. Friday Night Lights. Happy Hour 5-7pm. Cocktails Only.

A post shared by Kulture (@kulture_houston) on