Markets are surging in Houston these days. Recently, the city has been blessed with not one but two mixed-media markets, that which continue to host headlining musicians, art galleries and expositions, and excellent eateries. Most recently, another vibrant market has made an entrance with the opening of Lyric Market in the Downtown Theater District.
While POST Houston and Railway Heights feature a variety of experiences and venues in their facilities, Lyric Market, owned and operated by Hospitality HQ, hones predominately on dining and chef-driven experiences.
“Spanning an entire city block, the highly anticipated Lyric Market will stand proudly next to the iconic Lyric Tower and set the stage for a 7,500 SF deck, communal plaza, and street side terrace,” reads its web profile on Hospitality HQ’s website.
“The striking multi-story structure will feature a collection of chef-driven concepts to showcase a curated experience of diverse food and culture.”
The food hall houses a 7,500-square-foot deck, a full bar, communal plaza, side street terrace, as well as 9 eateries, including:
- Alenbi Falafel + Hummus
- BAD CHX
- Kati Roll Wala
- Lottie’s Smokehouse
- Press Waffle Co.
- Sushi Muse
- 1929 Po-Boy Kitchen
Furthermore, the market has set aside 10,000 square feet for private dining experiences, as well as a conference center, and retail space.
Situated at 411 Smith Street, the market’s location is near Lyric Garage – a state-of-the-art garage that also provides a canvas for various art pieces and LED displays.
Lyric Market has officially opened to the public and is open from 7 am to 10 pm Monday through Friday, and from 11 am to 11 pm on Sundays.