This restaurant is a Houston hidden gem — and you'll never guess where to find it
Tucked away in the Central Business District, hidden behind an unassuming door on Dallas Street, there is a restaurant just waiting to be found by those in the know.
Those seeking high-energy concerts already flock to House of Blues for top-flight entertainment, but only true VIPs know that an equally exciting experience is waiting for them in the Foundation Room.
Yes, there is a yearly membership you can obtain that offers such perks as exclusive ticket pre-sales, members-only backstage tours, and complimentary parking, but everyone is welcome to make an RSVP and dine in luxury at the Foundation Room before or after a concert.
If you're coming with a group, order several rounds of tapas-style bites for the table, such as truffle fries, juicy steak skewers, ahi wonton tacos, and an impressive charcuterie and cheese board.
If your night out is a bit more intimate, you can opt for black sesame cod in a beurre blanc sauce, an 11 oz. NY strip, clam and oyster mushroom pasta, or a staggering 36 oz. smoked Tomahawk.
Burgers, salads, and — of course — several sweets round out the food menu, but don't forget about the beer, wine by the glass, and specialty cocktails like the Cucumber Zen and Good Karma Margarita.
It's simple to make a reservation online, and you'll feel like a celebrity ducking into the speakeasy-type door just around the corner from the House of Blues main entrance. You might just be mistaken for the evening's headliner.