Black & White: a new Houston restaurant featuring two different menus (you guessed it – one side is black and the other is white), perfect for the couple who can’t ever decide what’s for dinner.
Located in the Heights with a sprawling patio perfect for Spring-time weather, Black & White will surely become one of the newest hot spots in Houston.
And to stick with the color scheme, be sure to check out the Gray Bar, which is located inside the restaurant between the “Black” and “White” seating areas. It features thoughtfully selected and reasonably priced wines from various regions available by the glass or bottle and a new light bites menu.
The concept here is really unique and cool. If you get a chance and they’re not too busy, ask for Claudia as your server – she was amazing and helped us select from all the delicious menu choices!
Just a few of our recommendations:
Mahi Mahi Salpicón: Grilled Mahi Mahi chopped with onion, green tomatillo, serrano chili, cilantro with a soy and orange sauce. $12
Tuna Tostadas: Chipotle mayo spread, covered with delicate cuts of tuna tataki marinated in Ponzu sauce with thin slices of avocado and fried leek. $11
Costa del Sol Mahi Mahi: Seared Mahi Mahi with capers butter and served with mashed potatoes and ratatouille. $24
Did someone say happy hour?
Don’t miss Black & White’s Wine Down Wednesdays, which features 1/2 off select bottles of wine. Pair your vino with our Chuleton de Cerdo, a center cut pork chop drizzled with a Maker’s Mark demi glaze and served with mashed potatoes and asparagus, and we promise you will not be disappointed (photographed above via Black & White’s Instagram account).