Marriot Marquis Houston to Offer Locally-Inspired Cuisine
The Marriot Marquis Houston is slated to open in November 2016 with 1,000 new guest rooms, 100,000 square feet of meeting space, Houston's largest ballroom and a Texas-shaped lazy river. In addition to its amenities, the property will offer six food and beverage outlets, all inspired by the Lone Star State.
Walker Street Kitchen
Marriot Marquis Houston's signature restaurant, Walker Street Kitchen will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving Texas countryside-inspired fare with a healthy twist. The restaurant will offer the authenticity of farm-fresh ingredients and a down-to-earth setting.
Not just a sports bar: Multimedia options, private rooms, and a food and beverage menu will all be available at Biggio's. The restaurant will offer local Texas ingredients prepared in expert and unexpected ways, as well as an ever-changing local draft beer selection and crafted cocktails using spirits rom Texas distilleries.
Cueva & Texas T
Cueva and Texas T will be located in the hotel's "Great Room." Cueva will offer a selection of over 200 wines, including some from local Texas wineries, paired with a bistro-style Mediterranean menu. Texas T will offer artisanal coffee, tea, pastries and fresh fare for guests on the go.
Xochi, meaning to bloom or catch fire, is a creative endeavor by acclaimed Chef Hugo Ortega and Tracy Vaught—known for Houston restaurants Hugo's, Caracol and Backstreet Café. Xochi will offer a stellar bar program, private rooms and a prime location for Mexican cuisine.
Set on the open-air Parkview Terrace of the Marriott Marquis Houston, Highdive will offer panoramic views of Houston's downtown along with New American fare ranging from fresh salads to grill selections. The restaurant will also over a full-service cocktail bar, featuring seasonally focused cocktails
Written by Cassie Westrate, staff writer for Groups Today.