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Patterson Park Brings an Expansive New Patio Bar to the Heights

Get ready to drink on 5,000 square feet of outdoor space

Patterson Park will bring chill vibes to White Oak Bayou.
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Houston restaurateur Lonnie Schiller is putting together a plan to tuck a casual wood-framed bar inside Houston’s scenic White Oak Bayou neighborhood.

The new venture, dubbed Patterson Park, is engaging the help of crowdfunding platform NextSeed to raise the remaining funds needed to open. So far, $82,000 of its $100,000 minimum goal has been locked down for the project set to open in the coming months in the Heights.

Patterson Park’s expansive 5,000-square-foot outdoor patio, overlooking the scenic tree-lined bayou, will set the scene for a laid-back drinking experience that calls for draft cocktails and local brews. On the food front, Patterson Park will swap a kitchen for a rolling cast of “the city’s best food trucks,” lining up outside. Inside, exposed wood beams and skylights will help create a campy atmosphere.

Take a peek at renderings of the space below:

Drinkers can catch the game on one of many TVs inside Patterson Park.
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The playful space was designed by Craig Schuster, formerly of the Pappas Restaurant Group.
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Stay tuned for more details on when Patterson Park will make its debut.

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