Upon arrival there was no greeter, as we had to seat ourselves. Once someone finally got to our table they gave us the “menu” which was very disappointing. For an establishment that was supposed to specialize in wines they did have a very common wine, most places would’ve had. Since the day was Valentine’s Day their Valentine’s Day menu offered a 3 course meal which included a salad, pork chops, and cheesecake with no option to substitute the pork chops for another protein which again was highly disappointing as my wife and I do not indulge in pork. After finding this out we finished our $17 glasses of wine which was completely an up charge and left after having been frustrated and highly disappointed in this place that they would even offer themselves up for individuals to spend Valentine’s with them.
Great place for 2 or 20! Food and drinks were great!
Made reservation online, chose time slot... only to arrive and find them closed! Time wasted.
Delightful evening with great service, terrific food and wine, and pleasant staff. Will return!
Thank you so much Rosie for the sweet review! Looking forward in seeing you again. Miriam - GM
We went for brunch and ordered bottomless mimosas. After one glass, we were told they were running low on champagne but more was on the way (but never arrived). When it was time for a refill, they were also out of orange juice m. Since this was Sunday brunch, we were highly disappointed. Also, one of our entrees was served without the tortilla chips as advertised on the menu. Overall a disappointing experience.
This place I don’t think ever intended to be a restaurant. Downstairs is a bar and upstairs was just creepy. They had to go up-and-down the stairs, they had three waiters. One literally carried around her pocketbook in the back of her leggins under her thong that was showing the whole time.
The bathrooms were out, so you had to walk through the kitchen to use theirs. Talk about an eye opener.
We basically had a HEB fresh food pick for the extremely overpriced amount of $80.
A pin wheel steak, two asparagus on top three undercooked cold shrimp and side of mashed potatoes.
The only good thing was their live band.
Unfortunately my husband and I are sober and everyone else was drinking… Maybe that was the key ...get drunk enough to not care ambience?
The Boldthouse offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (281) 942-9776.
The Boldthouse is rated 3.5 stars by 6 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.