Post Oak Plaza, a retail and dining development located on the corner of Post Oak Boulevard and San Felipe Road, will see several new businesses open later in 2023, according to an April 18 press release.

New businesses will include Rakkan Ramen, Tacodeli, Kohler and Bassett Furniture.

Rakkan Ramen, a Japanese ramen restaurant which offers 100% plant-based broth, will arrive at Post Oak Plaza in a 1,856 square-foot space later this year. This spot will mark the brand's third Houston location. Rakkan began as a four-seat ramen bar in Tokyo in 2011 before expanding to Los Angeles in 2017.

Austin-based, all-day taqueria Tacodeli is set to open its second Houston location at Post Oak Plaza in a 2,833-square-foot space. This location will serve Tacodeli signature menu items, like tacos and salads, as well as customizable options, and will be open daily from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Nationwide kitchen and bath brand Kohler is opening a showroom at Post Oak Plaza. In this 4,038-square-foot spaces guests will be able to interact with the brand’s faucets and fixtures. This space will be the brand's third Texas showroom and first in the Houston area.

Bassett Furniture, a furniture manufacturer and retailer, is opening its third store in the Houston metropolitan area later this year in a 9,597-square-foot space at Post Oak Plaza. This location will display the collection of sustainably made indoor and outdoor furnishings. Other Houston area locations can be found in Katy and Friendswood.

“Post Oak Plaza serves as a central dining and shopping destination to Houstonians, and the ongoing renovation creates a more beautiful gathering space for our community,” said Sasha Levine, vice president of LEVCOR, the commercial real estate company behind Post Oak Plaza. “We are thrilled to bring additional new restaurants and retail to Uptown Houston and expand the neighborhood’s options in our evolving, pedestrian-friendly space.”

These businesses join Bluestone Lane, il Bracco and Kenny & Ziggy's, which have opened during renovations, as well as Nando's Per Peri, Balboa Surf Club and Bosch/Thermador/Gaggenau, which are all slated to open later this year.