Gatsby's Hospitality Group, the company behind Gatsby's Fine Steakhouse on Montrose Boulevard, is preparing to open a second 1920s-themed venture next door. Like the steakhouse, the new lounge will also be named after a fictional character from the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel "The Great Gatsby."

Daisy Buchanan Lounge will open June 19 at 4321 Montrose Boulevard, offering craft cocktails, late night eats and live music, according to a press release from Gatsby's Hospitality Group. The interior will be decorated with black and gold coloring, marble accents, leather banquette seating and chandeliers.

A bar area will boast a one-of-a-kind antique bar and a baby grand piano, according to the release. The piano will be used to bring the sounds of classic jazz and swing music to the venue on evenings from Tuesday through Saturday. After 10 p.m., the music shifts to a louder party vibe.

“The Montrose neighborhood has welcomed us with open arms since opening Gatsby’s a few months ago,” said Luis Rangel, the Houston entrepreneur who founded Gatsby's Hospitality Group. “We’re genuinely grateful for the response and can’t wait to introduce our patrons to Daisy Buchanan’s, where our prime focus will be serving some of the best craft cocktails in town in an atmosphere that pays tribute to an era that encouraged you to leave your inhibitions at the door.”

The bar area will offer 13 seats while another 52 seats will be available in the lounge. In addition to cocktails and spirits, wine and beer will also be available. The cocktail menu was developed with Rigo Aranguern, formerly of Maestro's Steakhouse and Pass & Provisions.

All-night food service will include popular items from the menu at Gatsby's, such as deluxe deviled eggs, maple glazed bacon and a 16-ounce delmonico steak.