The New Old Heights Ice House

A new version of the D&T Drive Inn opened up late last week, Eater Houston reports. Tucked away in Brooke Smith between bungalows brandishing Houston Texans paraphernalia at 1307 Enid St. just south of W. Cavalcade, the long-time ice house was spruced up and expanded by Down House owner Chris Cusack. Though this photo makes parking appear — well, tight, even if that Dumpster’s eventually moved, a map on D&T’s website shows that there will be a lot available along W. Cavalcade between Enid and Cordell.

Photo: Allyn West

6 Comment

  • looks like a great place for all those grumpy displaced patrons of the old king biscuit to hang out…

  • Miz Brooke Smith is pleased to have within walking distance a public establishment that is *not* a cantina.

  • I do wish people in Houston would stop whining about parking. Park in the street. Ride your bike. Walk. It’s really not a big deal.

  • Yee-haw!

  • :( RIP King Biscuit, UG it is highly doubtful that this place would attract the 3PM contractor crowd

  • I Skated there Sunday with a few friends. Great place to grab a beer (awesome selection). Hipster vibe… but not the in your face hipsters. Nice place for those displaced by the dudebros moving in to Onion Creek lately.