Ready to go out again? Dining rooms, patios open for guests in the Heights, River Oaks and Montrose starting May 1

Dish Society will not be opening its dining room just yet, but patio seating will be an option starting May 1. (Courtesy Dish Society)
Dish Society will not be opening its dining room just yet, but patio seating will be an option starting May 1. (Courtesy Dish Society)

Dish Society will not be opening its dining room just yet, but patio seating will be an option starting May 1. (Courtesy Dish Society)

With dining service allowed starting May 1 with some restrictions, such as 25% capacity limits and six feet between tables, Houston restaurants are announcing their reopening plans.

Guests of restaurants are also asked to take precautions, such as maintaining social distancing and wearing face masks when around people who are not part of their dining party.

This post will be updated as we receive new information.

Know of a local business we should include? Send us an email to hrmnews@communityimpact.com or call us at 512-989-6808.

Open for dine-in service


Common Bond, 1706 Westheimer Road, Houston, and 2278 W. Holcombe Blvd., Houston, will open at limited capacity for dine-in service May 1. Tables seat a maximum of four, and staff are undergoing temperature checks and must wear masks. Montrose: 713-529-3535. Medical Center: 346-327-8393. www.commonbondcafe.com

Dish Society, 1050 Yale St., Ste. 100, Houston, will reopen with reduced hours, limited occupancy and patio seating only. Guests will place orders and pay via mobile phone. 713-861-3474. www.dishsociety.com


Doris Metropolitan, 2815 S. Shepherd Drive, Houston, will reopen its dining room May 1 with limited hours of operation. Curbside and delivery options remain in place Tue.-Sun. noon-9 p.m. Reservations are required for dine-in seating and can be made by calling 713-485-0466. www.dorismetropolitan.com

EggHaus Gourmet, 2042 E. T.C. Jester Blvd., Houston, will open its dining area May 1 with a limited menu and will resume regular business hours: Mon-Fri. 7 a.m.-2 p.m. and Sat.-Sun. 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Curbside and delivery options remain. 713-489-6719. https://egghaus.com/

Eugene's, 1985 Welch St., Houston, will resume dine-in service May 1 with its regular business hours, including Saturday brunch, and continue to offer curbside service with a full menu. Reservations can be made only via phone. 713-807-8883. www.eugeneshouston.com

The Federal American Grill, 510 Shepherd Drive, will open May 1 at 11 a.m. serving lunch and dinner. 713-863-7777. www.thefederalgrill.com

Good Dog Hot Dog, 1312 W. Alabama St., Houston, and 903 Studewood St., Houston, will seat guests at its patio with ample spacing between tables. To-go and delivery options remain in place. 346-800-3647. www.gooddoghouston.com

King’s BierHaus, 2044 E. T.C. Jester Blvd., Houston, will reopen May 1 at 4 p.m., with 4-9 p.m. operation every day. Curbside and delivery options remain in place. 281-990-3042. www.kingsbierhaus.com

La Guadalupana Bakery & Cafe, 2109 Dunlavy St., Houston, is open with limited indoor and outdoor seating. Disposable menus and silverware are being used. Tables are distanced, and hand sanitizing stations are set up by the door. Delivery and to-go services are still offered. 713-522-2301. https://www.facebook.com/pages/la-guadalupana-cafe-and-bakery/181376368562219

All Landry’s Inc.-owned properties, including Grotto, Brenner's on the Bayou and Cadillac Bar, will reopen for sit-down service May 1. In addition to distancing measures, Landry’s Inc. said it will screen employees daily, offer disposable or no-touch menus and employ enhanced sanitization practices. www.landrysinc.com

All Local Foods locations—including 714 Yale St., Ste 1A, Houston, and 2555 Kirby Drive, Houston, will offer minimum-contact service and patio seating at 25% capacity starting May 1. The business will also keep its local market offerings. Customers will order and pick up food at the counter when it is ready and will be asked to throw away their own trash after dining. Disposable silverware and dishware will be used. www.localfoods.com

Perry's Steakhouse & Grille, 1997 W Gray St., Houston, is reopening May 1 for dine-in service. The menu offerings will be slightly limited, but several specials are available. Reservations are recommended. To-go orders are also welcomed. 346-293-8400. www.perryssteakhouse.com

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