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Brennan's of Houston

  • 3300 Smith Street
    Houston TX 77006
  • Neighborhood:Midtown
  • Phone: (713) 522-9711

Brennan's of Houston, the 1967 beloved Houston landmark, is once again welcoming faithful foodies after the restaurant was destroyed in a two-alarm fire during Hurricane Ike in 2008.

With 90 percent of the original facade left in tact, restaurateur Alex Brennan-Martin and Johnson Studio of Atlanta—in partnership with Houston-based Studio Red, Linbeck Construction and Pin Oak Interests—restored the original John Staub design that once housed Staub’s office and the Houston Junior League.

Outside, arched windows that were previously shuttered have been opened up, the original brick has been restored and in back, a new, slightly smaller courtyard features a pair of twin Oak trees in the spot where a decades-old Oak once stood.

Inside, the décor is light and bright—a welcome deviation from the dark and moody vibe of Brennan’s past. In the dining room, windows that were once camouflaged have been revealed, eye-catching chandeliers glitter from above and chic, wingback chairs fill the space. In the front corner of the restaurant, the guests can dine in the cozy Staub Room or head upstairs, to the newly-added Courtyard Bar, for a birds-eye view of the original courtyard fountain.

On Brennan’s Texas Creole-inspired menu, longtime favorites like the Turtle Soup and Bananas Foster mix with reinvigorated classics like the Bourbon Molasses Lacquered Bobwhite Quail and Blue Crab Stuffed Texas Flounder. Head there for lunch, dinner and the popular Creole Jazz Brunch on Sundays.  

Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau - Member

General
  • Hours: Lunch Monday-Friday 11am-2pm
    Brunch Saturday 11am-2pm & Sun 10am-2pm
    Dinner Monday-Sununday 5:45pm-10pm
  • Seating Capacity: 430
  • Menu: http://www.brennanshouston.com/menu/
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  • Dress Code Requirements: Business Casual
  • Separate Checks OK:
  • Accessible via Light Rail:
  • No. Blocks from Light Rail: 5
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  • Price: $$$ (Meal, including one drink, tax and tip $31-$60)
  • Reservations Required: Recommended
  • Languages Spoken: English
Brennan's of Houston Meeting Facility
  • # of Rooms: 10
  • Banquet Capacity: 400
  • Audio/Visual:
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Meeting Facility Rooms
Rm. Name Dimensions Ceiling Sq. Ft. Theater Classroom Size Banquet Capacity Reception
Terms of Endearment X                   30      
John Staub Room X                   36      
Little Room X                   20      
Solarium X                   40      
Courtyard Balcony Room X                   30      
Brennan's Ballroom X                   160      
Garden Room X                   50      
Bay Room X                   30      
Coast Room X                   40      
Wine Room X                   36      

Dinner with Chef Tory of Commander's Palace

  • Location: United States
  • Address: 3300 Smith Street, Houston, TX 77006
  • September 11, 2014 - September 11, 2014

Reception / Check-in: 6:30 p.m.; Dinner: 7:00 p.m. Tickets: $125 per person (gratuity not included) Special guest and James Beard Award-Winning che... View Details

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