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A New Wine Bar With Napa Roots Will Open in the Heights

Mutiny Wine Room is a project of the minds behind California winery Kagan Cellars

A rendering of Mutiny Wine Room
Mutiny Wine Room
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Mutiny Wine Room, a new spot for sipping reds and whites from the minds behind Napa winery Kagan Cellars, is headed to the Heights.

The new wine bar is set to make its debut at 1124 Usener Street, according to permits posted by the hawk-eyed commentariat at Houston real estate blog HAIF. Those permits indicate that the bar is a project of Emily Trout, a Houston native who operates boutique Napa winery Kagan Cellars with her partner Mark Ellenberger. Known for producing medal-winning Cabernet Sauvignons, Syrahs, and more, Trout and Ellenburger manage the winery from Houston, according to Kagan Cellars’s website.

A website created for Mutiny Wine Room doesn’t offer much insight into what it will serve, but renderings of the space indicate that it will be a bright and breezy place to sip a glass of grapes, complete with an expansive open-air patio, long, rustic wood communal tables, and high ceilings with exposed wood beams. Undoubtedly, Kagan Cellars wines will be on the menu.

Scope out this rendering of the space below:

Eater has reached out to Mutiny Wine Room for more details on its arrival. Stay tuned for an update.

Mutiny Wine Room

1124 Usener Street, , TX 77009 (832) 618-1233 Visit Website