Karne

Pictured is the main dining room of Karne Korean Steakhouse, which opened in the Heights earlier this month. (Photo by Jenn Duncan)

Residents of the Greater Heights area seeking out a new type of steakhouse vibe now have a new option available to them in the Heights.

Karne Korean Steakhouse, the creation of restaurateur Jason Cho and Chef Yurum “KP” Nam, officially opened its doors in the Heights on Nov. 11 at 2805 White Oak Dr. Suite 100.

The menu at Karne features prime beef, American and Japanese wagyu, and meats dry-aged in-house, and cooked-to-order by tableside hosts. Private dining rooms are also available by reservation and will feature a multi-course Chef Tasting Menu, according to a news release from the restaurant. There is also a cocktail list and 173 wines available to accompany the food selection.

“I was inspired by travel and visuals seen here and around the country,” Cho said. “It was important to me to create a restaurant that offered escapism and a vibe not normally seen in Korean restaurants.”

For more information on Karne, stop on by the restaurant or visit its website at karnehtx.com/.

Heights Social opening next month

A new bar is planning to open its doors in the Heights sometime next month

Heights Social, the brainchild of owner Zach Harris, will open at 1213 W. 20th St. the Heights in December, according to the bar’s Instagram page. It will open next to Harris’ other concept, Drift Bar.

According to the restaurant, the menu will include thin crust pizza, waffle fries, charcuterie boards, and more along with a drink menu consisting primarily of martinis.

The bar is currently hiring, and those interested can email zach@driftbarhouston.com or apply in person from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Wednesday.

For more information on the bar, follow them on Instagram @heightssocialhouston.

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