One of Dallas’ favorite locations for house-made cider and arcade games, Bishop Cidercade, will expand into Houston in the coming months.
Eater Austin reports that the Dallas original has plans to open locations in both Austin and Houston by the end of the year. The Space City outpost will be situated in EaDo “right down the street from BBVA Compass Stadium and Minute Maid Park,” according to an announcement posted to the company’s Facebook page. A rendering sniffed out by posters on architecture forum HAIF speculates that it will be located at 2339 Commerce Street, at the Block mixed-use development.
The Houston outpost will be three times larger than the Dallas location with 18,000 square feet of space housing arcade games and a bar. As far as drinks are concerned, Bishop Cidercade will serve up brews by its namesake brand Bishop Cider, which will amount to 30 ciders and wines on draft with clever names like Beach Please, Cran’t Touch This, Darkcide, and the always delicious and addictive Crackberry, an aptly named cranberry and blackberry cider.
In Dallas, day passes are $10 and monthly subscriptions $20, which includes access to 170 arcade games — no coins needed. Stay tuned for more information on exactly when and where Bishop Cidercade will touch down in Houston.