3258 WESTHEIMER RD.
HOUSTON, TX 77098
Sun – Thu … 4:30 – 9:00 pm
Fri & Sat … 4:30 – 10:00 pm
Fri … 11 am – 3 pm
Every Sun … 11 am – 3 pm
Mon – Fri … 4:30 – 6 pm
We rode down the street on our bikes through the warm Houston days, and we ended up at the shopping center, looking for something to do. The city was different then; simpler. You could smell the salty Gulf in the distance, through the shade of the trees. We spent our time playing, never caring, coming home at dusk to the calls from our parents. Dinner was at the table, or around the corner at the restaurant—southern, Gulf Coast, Latin, Asian, American, we didn’t care. It tasted good. It filled us and made us strong, so we might one day fulfill our dreams.
VALENTINE’S DAY CELEBRATION!
Celebrate Valentine’s Day at State of Grace with a special, prix fixe menu from executive chef Bobby including an amuse for the table, foie gras & bone marrow terrine, squid ink corzetti, prime filet & lobster tail, desserts from pastry chef Chrysta Poulos and more! $125 per person with wine pairing options available. Preview full menu here.* Call 832-942-5080 or visit our reservations page here to reserve your table.
*Menu subject to change based on seasonal availability.
We are now offering holiday pies & rolls! Order online here!
We have reopened our doors with social distancing measures in place. Reservations can be made here or over the phone at 832-942-5080. To-go orders are now available for curbside pick-up. Order online here!
To learn more about how we are caring for our team, including our relief fund, visit http://www.rocketfarmrestaurants.com/covid19.
We are so grateful for the outpouring of support we have received & will continue to pass it along to our furloughed employees.
OYSTER HAPPY HOUR
State of Grace is pleased to offer, for your enjoyment, a selection of $1.50 oysters from 4:30pm-6pm in the Oyster Bar, Monday – Friday.
BOOK A PRIVATE PARTY
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“As you scan the concise single page, your eyes stop in astonishment at an item that Houstonians likely never expected to see again: ‘cheese enchilada a la Felix,’ in all its molten, Tex-Mex glory. Genius, pure genius.”Texas Monthly