Inspired by the new generation of London private social clubs, Park House Houston is a Dallas-based members-only club that plans to open a 25,000-square-foot club outpost in Houston this year.
Slated to open this December, Park House Houston promises to be “[Park House] Dallas on steroids” and is set to comprise of three distinctive all-day dining experiences, four member bar and lounge areas, library spaces, as well as signature terraces, picturesque patios, and a secret speak easy.
Funded by Deborah and John Scott, and Megan and Brady Wood, Park House Dallas opened back in 2018 with the goal of curating exclusive social experiences, cultural events, film screenings, culinary offerings, and more.
“Park House Houston is a private members club dedicated to curating world class, culturally enriched experiences — inside and outside of our house,” the group writes on its website.
“Our membership includes a diverse group of epicureans and creatives, entrepreneurs and business leaders, philanthropists and more. Here, we exchange ideas, dine, dance and otherwise elevate the everyday.”
Park House Houston will feature unique programming events that include engaging experiences, evening entertainment that include live music performances, as well as a rotating arts program.
The social club is set to open at 4411 San Felipe this December. Presently, the Dallas club has a waitlist of over 5,000 applicants. Memberships are available to applicants over the age of 30. Membership fees are priced at $5,000, as well as $3,000 annual fees.
Park House undergoes a careful vetting process of its members. Ideally, the club’s membership base would be a diverse mix of community, cultural, and business leaders who are open-minded, worldly, and socially conscience.