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About Brasserie 19
Brasserie 19, located in Houston’s 77019 neighborhood, offers a modern amalgamation of French brasserie fare and well-known American influences. The menu utilizes the freshest seasonal ingredients in thoughtfully prepared dishes. Brasserie 19 boasts an expansive, carefully developed wine list dedicated to pricing just above retail – a philosophy pioneered by owners Charles Clark and Grant Cooper upon opening their first restaurant, Ibiza Food & Wine Bar. Brasserie 19's sophisticated yet unpretentious interiors are bathed in cool greys and whites, with antiqued wood and white marble used throughout. Grey leather banquettes and comfortable chairs are paired with white linen and butcher paper-covered tables create a casually elegant setting for lunch, dinner or Sunday brunch. Brasserie 19 will serve lunch and dinner 7 days a week, as well as brunch on Sundays.
Houston, TX 77019
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:00am - 3:00pm, Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 3:00pm-10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 3:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 3:00pm - 9:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 10:00am - 3:00pm
Between Shepherd and Woodhead
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet is complimentary. There is ample self parking. You can leave the driving to us also. We have a complimentary shuttle that will pick you up and drop you off. This is within a five mile radius.
Private Party Facilities:
Brasserie 19 has a Wine Room, holding upwards of 55 people seated maximum. This is great for a range of events through lunch and dinner - from baby showers to business dinners.
Private Party Contact:
Shawn Virene: (713) 524-1919
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Brasserie 19 Ratings and Reviews
I've been here 5 times in the last year and it's one of my favorite restaurants!! Celebrated my birthday & valentines with my handsome date. It has become one his favorite restaurants too, and he has a very delicate and refined pallet. Our waiter was Jeremy, and he was wonderful!
The food at Brasserie 19 was excellent, but the service was shockingly bad. Even with a reservation, we waited more than 15 menus for menus and drink orders after being seated, and the restaurant was far from full. After a considerable wait, we self-served menus from the hostesses area, and she appeared to be indifferent about the fact that we still had no menus. The waitress was pleasant but not knowledgable about the menu, and the service was slow. Great food, but with so many outstanding restaurants in the area, I'd recommend going elsewhere.
I picked this place for our anniversary lunch, Adrian was our waiter, him and the rest of the staff is super friendly, we went there for lunch, had tuna tartare, onoin soup and soup du jour (it was cauliflower cream) lunch filet mignon and nicoise tuna salad all together with a bottle of Stags Leap CabSauv.
ambiance is the best, quiet, my younger son loved the oysters, will try to go back soon.
Food has never disappointed, menu has been consistently robust, strong in flavor, and muscular, consistent with a high end neighborhood brasserie, wine selection is spectacular, and table presentation spare and clean.
Noise level has been a consistent huge detractor for the small segment of loyal diners who seek quality American fare but prefer sedate dining. While this may not be the mission and theme of B19, we humbly plead our case with the proprietors to consider creating a tiny quiet corner (away from the RR) for loyalists who are outliers!
I had the Seafood salad which was wonderful, but the Green Goddess dressing left a lot to be desired. My friend had Seafood Risotto & it was an A+. Have been here before and will definitely return!!! We also had Creme Brûlée & Blueberry Bread Pudding, and both were excellent.
Slow service. Getting a glass of wine was slow. Getting our food was slow. The restaurant was hardly 25% full. My wife's salmon was quite ordinary. My grouper had been salted way too much. Our waiter was very cordial and attentive. The blueberry bread pudding was delicious. For us you are competing with the former Tony Mandola's restaurant which we went too often. It is far from the same.
Way too expensive for the experience and the food.
We went to this restaurant on NYE. We had a reservation and were sat right away. It took the waitor at least 20 minutes to come to our table and ask if we wanted something. The restaurant was not even full. Once the waitor came by he was very attentive. My steak was slightly over cooked and I received another steak within 5 minutes. The 2nd filet I received was cooked medium rare which is what I ordered.
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