3300 Smith St Houston

Written By VAMONDE Houston

Brennan's, Old School Houston

Brennan's of Houston has a rich history rooted in the 1967 opening as a sister restaurant to the world-famous Commander's Palace in New Orleans. Incorporating the freshest local ingredients, Brennan's offers exceptional dining, including many original creations. From pan to plate to palate, the brigade of culinary professionals directs its overwhelming passion for food and hospitality at creating great memories for every guest every time.

Brennan's has an unpretentious and efficient staff—a lovable band of misfits that range from Ph.D.s to those who couldn't get out of high school quick enough—that connects one-to-one with customers to pinpoint what truly matters, then tailors each dining experience to their specific desires to create lasting memories. For weekend dinners, Brennan's Creole Jazz Brunch remains a four-star tradition among Houston's Sunday brunch enthusiasts. The air is filled with an abundance of tantalizing jazz music and the fragrance of fresh flowers; southern mainstays and twists on classic favorites are graciously served in sun-filled dining areas.

Brennan's refuses to fall into the trap that has befallen many a classic restaurant. Past success is no excuse to rest on your laurels. Brennan's is committed to adapting and changing, spicing up its legacy with new sparks of creativity and inspiration and is committed to offering one of the best eating experiences in all of Texas.

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Cover Photo Courtesy of Brennan's.

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