- Parking lot
- Dress code: Casual
- Reservations necessary for seasonal dinners
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Revival Market Restaurant Review: Chef Ryan Pera and heritage rancher Morgan Weber originally conceived their small market in The Heights as a new take on an old-world butcher and charcuterie shop, stocking it with fresh vegetables, canned and dry goods, dairy products, cheeses, breads and pastries from local artisanal producers within the Houston and Gulf Coast area. But then they started expanding with a café aspect, so now Revival Market is also a destination for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Locals flock here in the morning for the coffee bar, house-made buttermilk biscuit sandwiches, steel cut oatmeal and country ham. When lunchtime rolls around, you’ll see people lined up for the Revival Dog, made from Weber’s Mangalitsa pork and topped with green tomato relish and chicharrón on a Slow Dough pretzel bun. Lighter fare includes the heirloom tomato salad of baby tomato quarters cradled in a creamy pickled peach panna cotta drizzled with peach balsamic glaze and dotted with crumbles of Little Boy Blue cheese. Chef de cuisine Adam Dorris does Tuesday night dinners twice a month featuring a multi-course menu showcasing seasonal flavors. Dinners sell out fast, so reserve a seat sooner rather than later.