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CHA Champagne & Wine Bar - CLOSED

Map & Directions 810 Waugh
Houston, TX 77019
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713-807-0967
  • Wine Bar
  • Sun 12pm-10pm, Tue-Thu 4pm-12am, Fri-Sat 12pm-1am
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Private Party, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Accepted
  • Street

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Houston Press' Description

Known as Houston's only champagne bar, Cha offers an extensive variety of bubbly, along with a fine selection of beer and wine from across the globe. Special plates to complement the libations include smoked salmon, foie gras, local cheeses, smoked duck breast and specialty pizzas, and the friendly staff is happy to help guide you through the extensive lists. Although Cha is small, it is elegant and comfortable, with an artsy interior filled with oversized chairs and couches. The second-story patio makes for a perfect place to take in the downtown Houston skyline (from River Oaks) while sipping your selection. VIPs can take advantage of the special nook behind the bar, and live music and DJs are featured on various nights.

 
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  • CultureMap Houston on 08/07/11

    Cha also has a retail license, so all wines and champagnes are available to bring home (for 25% off) if the terrace doesn't tempt you.

  • Houston Press on 01/25/11

    2010 Best of Houston® Winner: Best Wine Bar: Pop a $400 bottle of bubbly, can’t afford that? You can also purchase a delightful glass for less than $10!

  • Jenn on 11/14/10

    Great selection of wines! And if you're Jewish - David carries Kosher wine for your enjoyment!

  • Eggie O. on 07/25/10

    Great wine bar. Nice young professional crowd - not pretentious

  • Debra O. on 04/09/13

    Nice smoked Salmon plate

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