The market has opened its atmospheric new food hall, gallery, and more.
Railway Heights is now open on Washington with two stories of vibrant businesses, food stalls, local vendors, and an art gallery on the second floor. [Featured image: @houstonjase]
Located on 8200 Washington Ave, Railway Heights is a market concept from Company of Nomads, the same minds behind the Conservatory and Bravery Chef Hall. The new market, however, isn’t just a run-in-the-mill food hall. While Railway Heights does in fact house an eclectic mix of eateries ranging from Peaky Grinders, Pierogi Queen, Heads and Tails, and Drunken Pho, Hot Rod Pops – with cuisines ranging from pizza, to churros, chicken wings, Japanese-style sandwiches, and samosas – the market offers more than just food.
On the top floor, the market hosts Puncheon, a wine bar that also serves beer as well as carefully curated sakes which diners can pair with the dishes purchased from the market’s vendors.
In addition to local vendors that include: Pop Soap, Hand Crafted Butcher Books, Ms. Moss Potter, Sweet Indulgences Beauty – the market also has plans to add a locally sourced grocery store, weekend farmer’s market, 13,000-square-foot beer garden with over 80 beers on tap, dog park, and a stage.
Railway Heights is open from 11 am – 10 pm on Saturday and 11 am – 9 pm on Sunday.
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