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Revelry on Richmond

1613 Richmond Ave.
Houston, TX 77006
Revelry on Richmond +

David Rozycki


  • Sun-Sat 3pm-2am
  • $$
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining
  • Dinner, Late Night, Lunch, Snack Food
  • Full bar
Revelry on Richmond is an upscale craft-beer and sports bar, as well as a full restaurant. The menu is designed by Artisans Restaurant chef Michael Sanguinetti, who trained the staff and continues to drop in to consult. The food is upscale bar food such as appetizers like nachos or fresh-baked pretzels to share with a friend; burgers that are available with beef patties, boneless chicken breasts, ground turkey or black bean patties; or a Pork Porterhouse steak with mashed potatoes, among other items. The place is kind of a beer lover's paradise, with 40 rotating local and craft brews on tap; the beers are listed by name as well as their IBU and ABV numbers on TVs above each side of the bar. Besides beer, though, Revelry offers wines, a full bar and specialty drinks like the Frozen Red Bull and Vodka, which tastes a little like a Slurpee from 7-Eleven but leaves you feeling happier when you're done. The bar has a total of 27 TVs that show just about any sporting event you can imagine, even a couple on the outside patio for you to watch. The bar had the windows looking out on the front patio open when we visited, but the place still managed to stay cool in the summer heat.

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