Known as the oldest craft brewery in Texas, Houston’s Saint Arnold Brewery has been making their beer with ‘soul’ since 1994. In 2010 the brewery expanded into a renovated warehouse off Interstate 10 with exceptional views of downtown. The reinvented warehouse creates an unique atmosphere that compliments Saint Arnold’s distinctive approach to crafting beer. Inside you will find a dark wood taproom that holds up to 200 beer lovers. Here costumers can enjoy a tour and beer tasting any weekday at 3pm and Saturday at 11am. It was brewery founder, Brock Wagner’s long time vision to expand his already successful taproom into a restaurant. Saint Arnold’s partnered with Executive chef Ryan Savoie to help create a menu that will keeps us coming back.
Opening their doors March 20th, Chef Savoie puts a spin on classic southern comfort staples. He has years of experience in some of Houston’s most esteemed restaurants, such as Shade, in the Heights and the Grove in Discovery Green. Savoie has worked in all areas of the kitchen and intends to bring only the freshest of flavors to the table. The kitchen is serving up a rotating menu with mouthwatering dishes that Saint Arnold himself could not resist. Crowd favorites include the Beef Stew, Fried Chicken with Sweet Potato and Corn Succotash, and Savoie’s favorite: the Rootbeer Brined Pork Chop. Without a doubt, this Houston original is something you’ll want to add to your regular lunch spots.
You can find more information on Saint Arnold’s Brewery here.