Revival Market

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Ryan Pera will be serving fresh cuts of some seriously good meats. Photo by Ruthie Johnson Miller
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Revival Market Photo by Sarah Rufca
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Shelves are lined with made-in-house goodies like Sorghum syrup, worcestershire sauce, honey and red and white wine vinegar. Photo by Sarah Rufca
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Duck confit slaw with ginger lime dressing Photo by Ruthie Johnson Miller
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Photo by Ruthie Johnson Miller
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Co-owners Ryan Pera and Morgan Weber Photo by Ruthie Johnson Miller
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The Revival Dog, with a smoked Mangalista pork sausage, green tomato relish, chicharrones and a pretzel bun by Slow Dough Bread Co. Photo by Sarah Rufca
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Breads from Slow Dough line the entrance Photo by Sarah Rufca
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From the coffee bar Photo by Ruthie Johnson Miller
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Blackboards show the eat-in and prepared foods menu, plus what's available from the butcher counter. Photo by Sarah Rufca
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Local baby carrot salad Photo by Ruthie Johnson Miller
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Revival Market, a hybrid locally-sourced grocer, butcher shop, coffee shop and restaurant, has taken the burgeoning interest in local and organic food in Houston and brought it to a logical and truly exciting conclusion — a 21st-century version of a classic neighborhood market. Revival wows with a mix of clean lines and rustic touches, including pine paneling reclaimed from a former Heights home and stunning bouquets of cotton atop some of the counters.

While its original mission as a grocery store remains (the meat case still rates as one of the best in Houston), co-owners Ryan Pera and Morgan Weber have rebranded Revival as more of a restaurant that they bill as a "Gulf Coast preservation kitchen." Breakfast items range from their peerless buttermilk biscuits to more contemporary fare like avocado toast and a crispy tostada. At lunch, choose from a revolving menu of sandwiches that range from andouille banh mi to a Market BLT and a smoked mangalitsa hot dog. At night, the space is available for private parties or classics in topics like butchering. Weekend breakfast specials are always a hit; keep an eye out for the kolaches, which might be the best in town and sell out quickly.

Address

550 Heights Blvd.
Houston, TX 77007
713-880-8463

Hours

Sun: 8 am-4 pm
Mon: 7 am-4 pm
Tue: 7 am-4 pm
Wed: 7 am-4 pm
Thu: 7 am-4 pm
Fri: 7 am-4 pm
Sat: 8 am-4 pm

Good to Know

  • Editors' Pick
  • $$
  • BYOB
  • Locally Sourced
  • Patio/Outdoor Dining
  • Takeout
  • Vegetarian Friendly