A handful of new restaurants and businesses opened this spring at Post Oak Plaza, bringing the space's occupancy up to 98%, according to a June 12 news release from Levcor, the owner and developer of the Uptown site.

New shops at the center, located at the intersection of San Felipe Road and Post Oak Boulevard, include three restaurants and two home goods stores.
  • A new location of Local Foods opened in early May offering what officials call "hyper-seasonal" dishes made with Texas-sourced ingredients. The new 3,016-square-foot space also features a patio. Local Foods is run by restaurateur Benjy Levit with a focus on partnerships with family-owned farms.
  • The Japanese restaurant Rakkan Ramen opened in late May in an 1,856-square-foot space. The chain is known for its 100% plant-based broth made with umami.
  • A grand opening took place May 22 for the second Houston location of the Austin-based Tacodeli, an all-day taqueria offering build-your-own and signature tacos as well as alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Tacodeli opened in a 2,833-square-foot space.
  • A new showroom of the luxury mattress store Saatva opened in late May. The 4,000-square-foot venue houses American-made handcrafted mattresses, designer home furnishings and other eco-friendly sleep products.
  • A 14,777-square-foot showroom for the luxury appliance store Bosch/Thermador/Gaggenau is now up and running at the site. Guests at the showroom can interactive with the three BSH brands' home products on display in fully built-out kitchen vignettes.