Morgan Weber Breaks Down His Houston Hot Spots

Morgan Weber Breaks Down His Houston Hot Spots

October 9, 2019 by Mimi Faucett Trahan

Morgan Weber has had quite a year. The Agricole Hospitality (Coltivare, Revival Market) co-owner opened three new concepts in EaDo at the end of 2018. As beverage director, he not only sources unique spirits but devises cocktail menus for each spot. Weber also has a hand in the distinct look of each space, single-handedly scouting vintage furniture for Miss Carousel, for instance. “I’ve always liked aesthetic details, whether in clothing or interiors and architecture,” says the ruggedly handsome 30-something. Now with seven restaurants under his belt and a 5-month-oldwhew!—Weber says: “Things are finally settling down.” Here, he shares his must-haves around town.

Date Night: “Julia and I wind up at Houston’s more regularly than we probably care to admit. It’s always on point, consistent and service is off the charts. Negroni, pineapple ribeye, Key lime pie.”

Happy Hour: “Miss Carousel is the perfect spot to hang with your date and relax in a super chill environment.”

Shoe In: These Benchmade double monks at Sid Mashburn go with pretty much everything you could wear. Casual with jeans, smart with a suit, and about as classic as one can get. Leave the socks in a drawer.”

Mane Man: JohnJohn Velasco at Bison Barbers has been my barber since 2014. Carve out an hour. The dude executes the most detailed fades in the city.”

About Face: “For years I’ve liked the quality and interesting scents that Le Labo comes up with. Their beard oil is fantastic.”













Morgan Weber Breaks Down His Houston Hot Spots

October 9, 2019 by Mimi Faucett Trahan

Morgan Weber has had quite a year. The Agricole Hospitality (Coltivare, Revival Market) co-owner opened three new concepts in EaDo at the end of 2018. As beverage director, he not only sources unique spirits but devises cocktail menus for each spot. Weber also has a hand in the distinct look of each space, single-handedly scouting vintage furniture for Miss Carousel, for instance. “I’ve always liked aesthetic details, whether in clothing or interiors and architecture,” says the ruggedly handsome 30-something. Now with seven restaurants under his belt and a 5-month-oldwhew!—Weber says: “Things are finally settling down.” Here, he shares his must-haves around town.

Date Night: “Julia and I wind up at Houston’s more regularly than we probably care to admit. It’s always on point, consistent and service is off the charts. Negroni, pineapple ribeye, Key lime pie.”

Happy Hour: “Miss Carousel is the perfect spot to hang with your date and relax in a super chill environment.”

Shoe In: These Benchmade double monks at Sid Mashburn go with pretty much everything you could wear. Casual with jeans, smart with a suit, and about as classic as one can get. Leave the socks in a drawer.”

Mane Man: JohnJohn Velasco at Bison Barbers has been my barber since 2014. Carve out an hour. The dude executes the most detailed fades in the city.”

About Face: “For years I’ve liked the quality and interesting scents that Le Labo comes up with. Their beard oil is fantastic.”