It seems no one ever told Triniti chef/owner Ryan Hildebrand not to play with his food. Hildebrand and his talented staff craft plates that are as beautiful to look at as they are delicious. The Triniti space itself is airy, looking like something that belongs in Napa, not Montrose. The minimalist menu doesn't always give many clues as to what the final product will look like, so ordering something as simple as dumplings, gnocchi or beef ribeye can lead to a traditional presentation or a thoroughly modern mix of ingredients, and the portion size, if not the prices, encourages experimentation.
Pastry chef Samantha Mendoza is a rising star in Houston's culinary scene, and her biweekly Saturday morning pop-ups have become can't miss events for foodies and culinary professionals alike. Sweet and savory come together for the restaurant's Sunday brunch with homemade pastries and very reasonable prices. The restaurant also features great happy hour specials on cocktails, wines, and small plates.
1 | sep at 9:00 am
|Houston Arts Alliance presents Transported + Renewed|
1 | sep at 11:00 am
|Houston Restaurant Weeks 2014|
|Participating Houston Restaurant Weeks Restaurants|
1 | sep at 1:00 pm
|Truffaut: On Childhood Film Screening: The 400 Blows|
|Museum of Fine Arts, Houston|
2 | sep at 5:30 pm
|Eighth Annual Happy Hour for HEART|
|Cafe Adobe at Marq*E|