Popular wine bar Postino has debuted its third Houston location, this time at Town & Country Village.
The chain officially kicked open the doors at 791 Town and Country Boulevard on Monday, August 10, according to a press release. As previously reported by Eater, this location makes for the third Postino WineCafe outpost in Houston, joining wine bars in Montrose and the Heights. The restaurant occupies a 4,500 square foot open-air space, complete with a large patio and glass walls that can be rolled up when the weather is nice. The space’s interior boasts a midcentury modern vibe, with vintage lounge chairs, brass pendant lighting, and a massive Murano glass chandelier.
The space will also host a large art installation created from more than 27,000 keys that were sourced from patrons at Postino’s Montrose and Heights location over the past couple of months.
As far as the wine is concerned, look forward to an extensive list that includes more than 30 different bottles, plus beer sourced from local breweries. Postino’s beloved selection of bruschettas are on the food menu, along with a slew of exciting weekend brunch options like Umbria egg toast topped with white truffle and oyster mushroom, plus $5 bellinis and mimosas served until 5 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
Postino Wine Cafe is now open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to midnight on Friday, 9 a.m. to midnight on Saturday, and 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Sunday.
- It Looks Like Wine Bar Postino Has Plans for a Third Houston Location [EHOU]
- Postino Brings a Bevy of Wine and Beer to a Historic Montrose Space [EHOU]
- Postino WineCafé Will Soon Arrive in the Heights [EHOU]