Dallas-based restaurant concept The Mexican will debut a new location in Uptown Houston in early 2026, according to an Oct. 24 news release from commercial real estate company Transwestern Real Estate Services.

Per the release, The Mexican’s bill of fare features heritage recipes with bold flavors and high-quality ingredients, such as the Langosta—a Maine lobster enchilada with toasted garlic, grilled onions, bacon and Oaxaca cheese. Other menu items include filet and bone marrow tacos and mesquite grilled white prawns.
The Mexican's architecture will be designed by Abel Design Group. Renderings for the Houston location will be available by 2024, according to the release. (Courtesy The Mexican)
The restaurant will occupy a 10,000-square-foot space in the Central Plaza of Four Oaks Place with architecture by Abel Design Group—who designed the interiors for Bill’s Oyster in Austin and the Houston location of Mastro’s Steakhouse.