Washington Avenue Corridor welcomed its newest dining concept, Rosland’s Grill & Bar, on Aug. 9 at 903 Durham Drive, Houston.

According to an Aug. 8 press release, the new dining destination comes from the minds of Don and Kim Cristopher. Together the two conceptualized a character—Rosland—and brought it to life with the opening of this restaurant.

The character is “confident and headstrong” with a passion to give back, like many others do in the Bayou City, the release said. Rosland also “embodies women of all ages and backgrounds,” and this can be seen with the various paintings done by local artists in the 6,000-square-foot building.

Menu items of the new eatery will include oysters, ocean prime seafood, prime meats carved in-house, aquaponic salads, chef’s sandwiches, burgers and desserts. The menu “reflects the eclectic and inviting atmosphere of the design,” the release said.

“When developing the menu, no stone went unturned when it came to sourcing the highest quality of ingredients,” Rosland Grill & Bar chef Cameron Cain said in the release.

As for the drinks, patrons can expect a bar that is “built around the history style of the highly popular 1880’s Brunswick bar,” Cain said. This will include high craft cocktails, fine liquors, frozen drinks, curated wines and selected beers from local breweries.

Unlike other dining options, Rosland’s Grill & Bar sets a new standard for late-night hours and early-morning dining to create an environment for service industry workers with extended shifts. Rosland’s will be open Mondays through Thursdays from 11-2 a.m., Fridays and Satrudays from 8-4 a.m. and 8-2 a.m. on Sundays with a “high-end weekend breakfast at ordinary pricing,” the release said.

“We’re thrilled to offer an early morning dining option where service guests, along with our neighborhood guests, can sit down and enjoy a meal, fine drink or mocktails, once they have finished their late-night shift,” Don Christopher said in a statement. “We felt the area was missing an early morning establishment like Rosland’s that would allow all the workers in the Washington Avenue corridor a traditional dining experience, particularly ones that are finishing up the late-night shift at establishments in the Washington and Heights areas.” 281-888-4169. www.roslands.com