Buffalo Bayou Brewing Company is the newest gem in the Houston craft brewing scene. Located next to The Silos at Sawyer Yard in the Washington Avenue Arts District, this 28,000 square foot, 3-story brewery and restaurant has become a social hive for craft beer drinkers and foodies alike.
Upon entering the brewery, you’ll pass through a unique archway featuring a cutout in the shape of a buffalo head – a portal to transport you into this craft beer wonderland. As you enter the main level, you’ll find a taproom with open views directly into the working guts of the brewery with towering steel vats and brewing apparatus.
The second floor features a 200-seat restaurant, bar, private dining spaces and outdoor patio. Houston renowned BBQ chef, Arash Kharat, serves up creative dishes including his 3-day pizzas using dough which is cold fermented for 72 hours. Interior windows from the dining area give views back into the production area providing a true “tank-to-table” experience.
And last, but certainly not the least, the third floor is a Houstonites playground. This level features a large, covered rooftop bar with sweeping views of Houston’s downtown skyline, a private event space and an area for pop-up dining events. The rooftop patio also features a massive skylight allowing patrons a bird’s eye view into the working brewery keeping the brewing process as a constant part of the experience. This facility is Buffalo Bayou Brewing’s second location. Their first and original brewery is located on Nolda Street in a former light industrial warehouse. Method Architecture was the architect for the original brewery space as well.
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