28,000-sf brewery and restaurant coming to Houston’s Arts District

Method Architecture designed the three-story building.

November 20, 2017 |
Exterior of the Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co. restaurant and brewery

Rendering courtesy of Method Architecture

Located on Summer Street and adjacent to The Silos on Sawyer in Houston’s Washington Avenue Arts District, the Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co.’s new three-story, 28,000 sf brewery and full-service restaurant will offer multi-sensory watching, drinking, and eating experiences.

Guests will enter the new building through a 25-foot-tall buffalo-shaped gateway and enter the first-floor production area. Brewing-view windows run along the expanse of the brew floor. The first floor also opens to an outside dog-friendly beer garden.

 

Interior brewing-view windowsRendering courtesy of Method Architecture.

 

The second floor includes a 200 seat full-service restaurant that offers panoramic views of downtown Houston. The third floor comprises a private event room with a dedicated balcony and a 5,600-sf open-air roof deck. The deck provides views of Houston’s skyline but also allows guests to peer down through a 30-foot skylight into the production area.

 

Brewing tanksRendering courtesy of Method Architecture.

 

The new brewery and restaurant will feature reclaimed wood, a mixture of metals and brick, translucent panels, and murals featuring local Houston artists.

The project is expected to be completed by the end of 2018. Along with Method, the project team consists of H2B, Inc., Dawson Van Orden, Pinnacle Structural Engineering, Wong and Associates, and Earth Engineering.

 

The TaproomRendering courtesy of Method Architecture.

 

The third-floor event spaceRendering courtesy of Method Architecture.

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