The bar will have also have a new neighbor when Tongue-Cut Sparrow moves into the former Penny Quarter space next door later this month on a temporary basis.
Huegel said that despite Anvil being newly licensed as a restaurant, he will operate with occupancy limits that are more strict than the state standards.
The bar is also resuming bottled cocktails to-go, with options from $33 to $38 for a handcrafted batches of margaritas, Old Fashioneds, Sazeracs and other options. Orders can be placed online.
Patrons will soon be able to book a reservation via Resy at Tongue-Cut Sparrow, originally located downtown inside the Pastry War, with openings starting the weekend after Thanksgiving, according to Huegel. 713-523-1622. www.anvilhouston.com