Heed these notes from the underground. A sprawling network of underground fun awaits below the surface of Houston. In addition to the series of underground tunnels, Houston is also home to a fantastic underground food hall that houses a variety of amazing eateries, full bar, and entertainment.
Descend the staircase of the Underground Food Hall at 1010 Prairie Street Downtown Houston next to The Moonshiners Southern Table. In this casual but vibrant setting, beset with graffiti murals, ambient lights, and homey wooden fixtures, visitors can enjoy a global assortment of eateries and a full bar.
Of its culinary roster, the food hall features a gastronomical line-up consisting of Bird Haus, Wokker, Luv’em Leches, Birria Los Primos, Figata Italian Street Food, and Bun Slut.
Of the bar, the Underground Food Hall features over a dozen local craft brews on draft – including beers from Lone Pint, Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co., and 11 Below – as well as a selection of seasonal and rotating ales.
Red wine, white wine, and sparkling rose here is available by the glass. There are also a variety of shots to choose from, if so inclined, that include the Wake Me Up Before You Jamo, Banana In The Tailpipe, PB & J, and Passion Fruit Limeade at $8 a piece.
Patrons can also choose from a variety of specialty cocktails, ranging from the classics like the Old Fashioned, Manhattan, and Moscow Mule, to more eccentric options like Hawaiian Sangria, Jungle Bird, and Vodka Frosé. .
Furthermore, the Underground Food Hall in Houston offers a Happy Hour from 2 pm to 6 pm Monday through Friday that features $3 featured beer of the day, $5 Jameson, and $6 any wine by the glass.
The food hall offers a special $1 champagne shots every day just because.
The Underground Food Hall is open from 11 am to 11 pm Monday through Thursday, from 11 am to 1 am on Fridays and Saturdays, and from 11 am to 9 pm on Sundays.
Street parking is free every day after 6 pm and all day Sunday at Metro Rail Preston Station.