NoPo — an acronym for North Post Oak, which is 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 features 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 full service at lunch & dinner, guests will enjoy unique, local retail provisions and grab-and-go meals.
Now open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the 2,600 sq. ft. space is comprised of café seating in the front and a 36-seat dining room in the back along with a 6-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.