Houston’s most saintly brewery has re-opened its sanctimonious supper room.
Houston’s oldest brewery honors Saint Arnold, the patron saint of brewers. From it’s new cathedral-inspired beer garden, to the return of its church-like restaurant, the brewery is most devout in its fanatical-like commitment to crafting spirits. Come Sunday, or come any day to pay homage to the gospel of good beer.
There’s so much to love at Saint Arnold’s Brewing Company in Houston. Located at 2000 Lyons Ave., the brewery is the source of Houston holiest water – see the Art Car IPA, Lawnmower German-style Kôlsch, and come October, the unbeatable Pumpkinator. Additionally, visitors at the mega micro-brewery can enjoy their beers, ciders, and seltzers, on the brewery’s massive open-air patio day or night, rain or shine.
For a more personal experience, visitors can once again dine in the brewery’s remodeled and ecclesiastical dining room.
“The Restaurant portion of our Beer Garden & Restaurant is now open for inside dining. It’s a great time to check out the chapels painted by local artists while enjoying our food and drinks,” the brewery wrote in an Instagram post.
From the pictures, you can see that the dining room is modeled in the image of a monastery, complete with arched ceilings, sky lights, and an alter. Additionally, the dining room features a vibrant series of murals painted from local artists that decorate each apse in spectacular fashion.
A seat in the dining room is first come first served. For a look at the restaurant’s menu, see here. Featured dishes include their Raclette Mac and Cheese, Fire Emoji Chicken Sandwich, and Bishop’s Burger.
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