Revival Market has become a staple in the Heights neighborhood. The local market and butcher shop has consistently offered Houstonians the freshest meat from local farmers and a market offering everything from produce and dairy to specialty coffees and artisan breads.
At Revival, you'll find such interesting items as fresh meats and charcuterie, eggs, cheese, prepared foods, and house-made condiments, pickles and sauces, as well as specialty food items from local producers. The vast majority of the foodstuffs carried at Revival are sourced from within 150 miles of Houston. The market even manages its own farm under the name Revival Meats, raising chickens, pigs and lamb at a farm outside of Houston. The meat is then cut to request in-store. An over-sized window into the charcuterie case shows off the variety of house-made and cured meats available.
Beyond its grocery staples, the market has recently expanded its services to provide daily breakfast, lunch and dinner service, more seating for diners, as well as a wine and cocktail menu. Enjoy tasty options like smoked lamb sausage with heirloom grits and mustard green jus, or roasted pastured half-chicken with sweet potato, thyme and caramelized lemon. Soon diners will be able to toast their good menu decision-making skills with a glass of wine or a craft cocktail but for now the restaurant and market is BYOB.
- Listed as one of America's top 5 best new artisanal butchers in Bon Appetit (2012).