Conservatory – Houston’s First Food Hall and Beer Garden

The food hall concept has grown dramatically in the past few years, not only in the U.S. but also around the world. This trend offers the local gastronomic delicacies in a modern and urban setting. Such new concept is hitting Houston with a one-two punch to satisfy its taste for good beer and delicious food thanks to Conservatory.

Conservatory is established in Houston as the city’s first food hall and beer garden in a unique setting, the basement of Prohibition Supper Club and Bar in Downtown. Even though it’s located in a basement, the lighting and a very original wall filled with plants give it a green feel.

The great advantage of a concept like this is that customers can satisfy several cravings under just one roof.

The place offers 5 different stands:

Myth Kafe

This stand offers Greek dishes from Gyros to Baklavas. I had the lamb Gyro and it was delicious.


Melange Creperie

Here you’ll find sweet and savory Parisian crepes. Its owner, Sean Carrol, also known as “Buffalo Sean,” hands these delicious crepes to you with a charismatic smile.


El Burro and The Bull

We’re in Houston so a great Barbecue place had to be here. This stand offers several BBQ varieties and side dishes.


Samurai Noodles

Originally from Seattle, this stand offers plenty of authentic Japanese Ramen options. I definitely have to go back to try them all.


Beer Garden

In my opinion this is the best part of the place. It offers a huge bar with over 60 ice-cold beers on tap.

Yo Mariana recommends this place for a quick lunch during weekdays or for a late night craving on the weekends. The place closes at 3 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

Let me know your thoughts by emailing me at: or upload your Instagram photos with the hashtags #yomarianablog or #myamazinghouston

Conservatory 1010 PRAIRIE STREET | HOUSTON, TX 77002