A Berg Hospitality Group Concept
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NoPo — an acronym designed to describe the emerging neighborhood that sits east of Spring Branch, north of the Galleria and west of Timbergrove — was termed by Berg Hospitality Group owner and founder, Benjamin Berg. The Houston-based restaurateur's most recent concept, NoPo Café, Market & Bar, will be an all-day concept serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with a market designed to provide staples to nearby residents. Located at 1244 North Post Oak Rd., NoPo's menu will feature a variety of egg dishes, pastries and juices for breakfast; lunch options of soup, sandwiches, salads and pizza; and dinner options of salads, appetizers and an array of fish, chicken, pork and steak entrées. In addition to counter service at breakfast and lunch and full service at dinner, guests will enjoy unique, local retail provisions and grab-and-go meals.
Set to open in May 2021, the 3,000 sq. ft. space will be comprised of café seating in the front and a 60-seat dining room in the back along with a 10-seat full-service bar. The rustic yet fresh, French country design will include white birch floors, high ceilings with chandeliers, vintage rodeo wall décor and a custom-made pewter bar.