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The Post Oak Will Soon Be Home To Four More Restaurants

Pizza, cocktails, pastries, and more are en route

Bloom & Bee’s garden-inspired interiors
The Post Oak

The Post Oak has officially named the four eateries that are set to join newly opened Mastro’s Steakhouse and Willie G’s Seafood at the Uptown luxury tower.

Eater previously reported that the development from Rockets’ owner Tilman Fertitta would welcome Craft F&B, Bloom & Bee, H Bar, and Bouchée Patisserie after HoustonArchitecture.com spotted help wanted ads for the eateries. The ads were subsequently removed as to not tip off the public, but now the development has published the name of the restaurants and details about what they’ll serve to its website.

According to newly-updated descriptions on the site, diners can look forward to:

  • Craft F&B — elevated pub grub and comfort food like pizzas, burgers, and craft beer amid “modern-industrial” furnishings.
  • Bloom & Bee — At this fine dining restaurant, adorning the ceiling are blown-glass flowers reminiscent of the creations by artist Dale Chihuly. A color palette of dusty pink and floral patterns lend a Sunday tea vibe while the kitchen will be serving up sustainable ingredients and a pasta-heavy menu.
  • H Bar — a throwback to 1950s cocktail dens offers dimly lit interiors with richly appointed furnishings - crimson velvet anyone? Black-and-white photographs adorn the walls for an extra vintage touch.
  • Bouchée Patisserie — helmed by an as-yet-unnamed award-winning pastry chef, this patisserie serves Parisian-inspired eats like quiches, coffee, cake, and chocolates.

Eater has reached out to Fertitta’s representatives for more details on the Post Oak’s forthcoming eateries. Stay tuned for more details.

Swank looking H Bar
The Post Oak

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