Dish Society opens 6th location at Southside Commons

Dish Society has opened its sixth location in the Southside Commons commercial area, bringing its farm-to-table fare to Houstonians. (Courtesy Dish Society)
Dish Society has opened its sixth location in the Southside Commons commercial area, bringing its farm-to-table fare to Houstonians. (Courtesy Dish Society)

Dish Society has opened its sixth location in the Southside Commons commercial area, bringing its farm-to-table fare to Houstonians. (Courtesy Dish Society)

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(Courtesy Dish Society)
Dish Society, the farm-to-table concept dining chain with five locations in Greater Houston, has opened its sixth in Southside Commons.

With a grand opening Dec. 17, Dish Society’s Southside Commons location, at 4191 Bellaire Blvd., Ste. 180, Houston, is nestled between Southside Place, West University Place and Bellaire, part of a two-story, mixed-use development for dining, entertainment, retail and medical offices inside a 1955 building that formerly housed the Palace Bowling Lanes, according to a Dec. 18 announcement.


“It’s really cool to hear stories from our guests and even some of our new team members about how they grew up going to Palace Lanes and celebrating birthdays there,” restaurant founder Aaron Lyons said in the announcement. “I think the new take on Palace Social will bring a second generation of folks into the space to serve a very similar purpose. I hope the neighborhood is as excited as I am to be a part of it.”

Dish Society occupies 3,600 square feet, including patio space and an indoor/outdoor bar. At full capacity, the restaurant seats 100 indoors, including at the full-service bar, with an additional 55 outside on the year-round patio, which is outfitted with heaters and fans.

Gin Braverman of Gin Designs collaborated with Lyons on the new buildout, which features a clean, modern aesthetic. 713-966-2737. www.dishsociety.com
By Hunter Marrow
Hunter Marrow came to Community Impact Newspaper in January 2020. Before that, Hunter covered local news in Ontario, OR for three years, covering municipal issues, crime, and education across Malheur County and across the border into Idaho.