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Brasserie 19

Map & Directions 1962 W. Gray St.
Houston, TX 77019
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713-524-1919
  • Belgian, French
  • Sun 10am-9pm, Mon-Thu 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-11pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Full bar
  • Accepted
  • Lot Available, Valet

Description

Houston Press' Description

A River Oaks playground for Houston's rich and famous, Brasserie 19 nevertheless has the food to match the crowds and the hype, turning out classic French and Belgian staples like steak frites and cassoulet and serving an impressive list of beers and wines to match. The sleek bar is the place to be if you're young and single, while the restaurant's main floor is a gathering point for socialites and food-lovers alike. The egalitarian patio is the most pleasant spot to dine, however, with far less noise and a pretty view of the brightly lit River Oaks Theatre marquee across West Gray.

 
Member Reviews

  • mshellist
    mshellist wrote a review for Brasserie 19
    on 12/06/11
    5

    What a great, upscale treat for Houstonians! Classy ambiance, and great food with a French twist. This is what a bistro ought to be. Plus they have a wonderful Sunday brunch. Highly recommended.

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Tips from foursquare

  • CultureMap Houston on 11/29/11

    The wine list exists solely on an iPad distributed to each table upon arrival. At first gimmicky, the device offers a treasure trove of otherwise inaccessible information about each label.

  • Almost Veggies on 01/08/12

    Dessert Win: Caramelized banana bread with banana Bavarian, bourbon anglaise & cinnamon ice cream.

  • Almost Veggies on 10/14/11

    Jump, clap, and skip down West Gray because this spanking new executive chef is going to fluff things up. With Mark Schmidt, a long overdue like will soon arrive for Brasserie 19.

  • Houston Press on 10/17/12

    2012 Best of Houston Winner: Best Seafood.Check out more Houston Press Winners here:http://www.houstonpress.com/bestof/ Or go moblie with the free Best Of app.

  • christine s. on 07/18/11

    The only thing better than the atmosphere is the food! A new Houston gem: tailored, modern, upbeat. Amazing, every time!

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