Colorado breakfast restaurant and cocktail purveyor Snooze says its Houston grand opening is set for this Thursday at 6:30 AM in the redeveloped office building at 3217 Montrose Blvd. (which hosted Interfaith Ministries before the organization converted a Midtown bank in 2013). The location is already quietly serving some of Montrose’s early risers (or late ragers) from its spot next to resale-by-mail used-clothing chain Crossroads.
The ground-floor space in the 2-story building is the first Houston outpost of Snooze, which has a few Austin spots already up and running. Corinthian Real Estate bought the property in 2014 after a bit of redevelopment work by Braun (as shown above) and moved into an upstairs office. Here’s what the space looked like before the pin-striped canopies and painted murals came down:
The building sits catty-corner across Montrose and Lovett Blvd. from Disco Kroger, and just south of the Define Body & Mind fitness studio (whose northern parking lot covers the former site of furniture and mattress store Color & Taylor, which itself replaced Extreme Skin Art tattoo parlor).
- Previously on Swamplot: What Interfaith Ministries Is Planning To Do in Midtown