Quattro - Four Seasons Hotel - Houston
Quattro accommodates 235 diners in the bar, dining room and four of the unique private dining rooms.
Saturday: 7:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday: 7:00am - 2:00pm
Breakfast Daily - Monday-Friday: 6:30am - 10:45am
Weekend Breakfast: 7:00am - 10:45am
Lunch Daily - Monday-Saturday: 11:00am - 2:30pm
Dinner Nightly - Monday-Saturday: 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Vinoteca Nightly: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 11:00am - 2:00pm
MetroRail: Main Street rail with stops between Lamar & McKinney
Four private dining rooms, Vinoteca and the main dining room are available for exclusive events, accommodating parties of four to 150 guests. The perfect place to enjoy an intimate dinner or celebrate a special occasion, each room is also fully equipped for business meetings including audio/visual.View Private Dining Details
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Mon - Thu 11:00AM - 11:15AM 12:30PM - 1:00PM 5:30PM - 6:00PM 8:00PM - 9:00PM
Fri - Sat 11:00AM - 11:15AM 12:30PM - 1:00PM 8:00PM - 9:00PM
Went for a birthday celebration for Sunday brunch. Will definitely be back again soon. It was a treasure!
Service was incredible, tortilla soup was excellent, sandwiches were just OK (should’ve ordered Lasagna, others said it was really good). Overall great experience and customers were very pleased so would definitely dine there again.
We have been to Quattro before, but there were a few years between our last visit and this reservation. I have to admit, I knew they were going to be good, but Quattro exceeded our already high expectations. Food was fantastic, service was outstanding. We were able to enjoy two bottles of wine. What we did not eat, the server neatly packed away for us. I would recommend this restaurant for business or special occasions.
Food was delicious, heavenly. Service was off. At one point waiter thought I was going to dine and dash...
Excellent service and food! Valet parking makes everything easier.
The best brunch in town hands down!!
Wonderful service and food! This is one of the best Italian restaurants in Houston. Highly recommend the barrata and the ravioli with truffles. Many thanks to Freddy and Sapko for taking such good care of us.
Great staff and waiter! My husband called ahead and had flowers waiting for me on the table. Our waiter was great at recommending wine, dessert and describing flavors. So much fun and a good time!
Had lunch here. Not worth the price I paid.
the price of food was way over priced for what is served.
Fabulous, fabulous service and equally great food! Best of all, we had a minor problem that I alerted the manager about - and he we above a beyond what was necessary to quickly address the issue. THAT'S what impressed me most !
A great place to have a good conversation either with friends or business. The services is very good and a good menu. I was there 3 times within a week for 2 dinners, 1 lunch and back to the bar at night with friends. Upscale and casual.
Great service. Good authentic Italian cuisine. Good location if you are attending an event at Toyota Center. Free valet with restaurant validation and easy walk to Toyota Center.
Chef Rafael and all - as always a great job! The dining was exquisite
The kale caesar salad is amazing, as is the roasted / glazed brussel spouts with rosemary. I tried the gnocchi with vodka sauce and loved it. AND I had some lamb pasta special. They have amazing spirits (Manhattans and scotch) and top notch ports.
The ambiance is conducive to a quiet evening of great companionship and good food. Although a little pricy the menu choices accommodate a wide range of preferences. I had the lobster salad and a small plate of the squid black ink pasta - now 3 days later neither were particularly memorable for their taste. Good but not spectacular. I have to say the steak looked delicious though.
This is a beautiful downtown setting for a great lunch with a lower noise level than most places, which allows for relaxing and comfortable conversation. I appreciate the parking convenience and friendly valet. Everyone is refreshingly friendly and sensitive to not interrupt conversation, from the greeters to all those serving which is so appreciated when you are with invited guests. The food was very fresh and delicious with great presentation. For me, the Quattro is a memorable and outstanding favorite that I highly recommend.
One of (if not THE) best brunch in Houston! Always love the variety of food, fresh seafood, and desserts.
The food was good, but not as good as it should have been at a restaurant at this price level and with this reputation. In years past, the restaurant was better.
We had great time dining there!!
It was #1 dinner we had through open table!!
Everyone in this restaurant went above and beyond to accommodate us. My lady say a horse carriage riding around outside. We asked the waitress, whose name I do not remember, if she knew how to request a ride since we were new to Houston. She said that she did not know but will go find out. I said huh... what? She proceeded to leave the building and go find out for us!
Everything was amazing!!
Great food and great service. Pasta was very tasty.
Awesome brunch. Tons to choose from
Sunday brunch at Quattro in the Four Seasons Houston is still one of the most decadent brunches you will find. I had five separate plates of food--breakfast items; salads, meats and cheeses; cold seafood and sushi/sashimi; hot entrees, carved meats and made-to-order pasta; and desserts--each of which was delicious. Add to that the bottomless champagne, mimosas, bellinis or bloody marys and you've got yourself just about the perfect brunch.
But you do need to know that the price keeps creeping up. And is virtually impossible to find on either the Quattro or the Four Seasons websites.
When we first started going 4 or 5 years back, a non-special Sunday brunch was $49 a person--a tremendous bargain for what you got. Then it moved to $54 and $59--both of which were very reasonable for what you got. Earlier this year, it was $65 per person. Yesterday, on a non-descript Sunday in the middle of August, it had increased to $68 per person. That becomes harder and harder to justify for all but the most special of occasions no matter how good and lavish the food and drink.
And that makes me a little sad because while I may eat and drink close to $68 worth of brunch, none of the other three in our party came anywhere close.
We enjoyed brunch at Quattro. It is fabulous! We tried many items and all were great!
It was a very nice ambiance and the service is always five star. The food was so savory and delicious. I went to have a birthday lunch alone and it was so peaceful!
Intimate and quiet so good for conversation. It’s in a hotel so it has a little bit of touristy vibe.
Enjoyed the meal and the deal Quattro provided through Houston’s Restaurant Week.
Great service and delicious food
Extensive wine list
I took my children (14,8) to lunch on Tuesday for HRW. Glancing at the regular lunch menu, the prices were very high, $15-18 for simple salad and $25-40 for entree. The HRW menu ($20) includes 2 courses, NOT 3 courses as advertised on the HRW website. The meatball and soup apps were tasty. the fish entree I order was well-prepared with a balanced flavor. My daughter reported the salmon was good. 3 scoops of ice cream dessert was $9. Overall, $20 for a 2-course meal was good, nothing to raved about. I would not dine there if it weren't for HRW due to its pricey lunch menu.
Cioppino was delicious...lots of fresh seafood and a tasty broth! Would have liked to sit by the nice windows, but we didn't speak up and ask, so that is on us...service was okay since we were two of only 4-6 people in the entire place for our late lunch. It's a very nice looking space as well.
I have wanted to come for years and finally we decided to go! Can’t wait to return. Loved it!
Excellent as usual! My favorite breakfast in town.
Great service. Went for the Houston’s restaurant week and the value for the money was really good. Food was great .
The ambience for the restaurant was not the expected. But overall a good experience.
Food and service are always excellent here. The food was very well-presented in addition to delicious. The arugula salad and the meatballs were great appetizers. The Cavatelli pasta and salmon were delicious entrees. The service was efficient and very pleasant.
It is unfortunate that the ambiance has changed in my opinion without Gilbert the piano player.