Here's What You Need to Know About Railways Heights Market
Nomad Hospitality, the restaurant group that's brought the first-ever food hall to Texas, and the first chef hall to the United States, is adding another concept to the Bayou City.
Responsible for the Bravery Chef Hall in Historic District in Downton, the hospitality group has unveiled their latest addition to the food-court market-style concept, introducing Railway Heights Market.
Opposed to just serving food like their previous concepts, Railway Heights offers an all-in-one model, offering hyper-local dining, shopping, and entertainment experiences. Sitting on 25,000 square feet, Railway Heights is complete with a food hall, family park, a biergarten and a dog park bar. The market also has over 250+ available parking spaces.
The new market offers an affordable platform for locally owned startup businesses to open, thrive and scale. The market will host local artisans where Railway visitors can purchase artwork and shop for antiques or locally handcrafted goods.
The market hall will also include restaurant concepts BOH Slice, Churrazon, Drunken Pho, Greedy Chicken, Heads & Tails, Mac & Twist Mykuna, Peaky Grinders, Pierogi Queen, Samosa Haus, and Sandos. In addition, visitors can also stock up their kitchen at RH Grocers, featuring locally sourced meat, seafood, produce, local spices, sauces and more.
Not only can customers come and enjoy shops and light-bites, but the market is equally good for your stomach, as it is for the environment. The restaurant vendors utilize eco-friendly and compostable packaging materials in addition to active recycling and composting programs.
Railway Heights is located at 8200 Washington Ave.
- Wednesday and Thursday from 4:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
- Friday 4:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
- Saturday 11:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
- and Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
For more information visit @RailwayHeightsMarket