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The Pass



807 Taft Street
Houston, TX 77019

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(713) 628-9020

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Cuisine: American Restaurants

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4.7 of 5.0 from 85 reviews


price range:more than $50

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  • Matt D.You can't go wrong starting your meal with the Ham of the Day. Everything I had was great, but he pork belly was the standout, even if you're tired of seeing pork belly on every menu. Great meal.

    55555 by Matt D.


  • Desireé MGet the Blue Corn dessert!!!

    55555 by Desireé M


  • MoiseKapenda BowerSweet potato with pats Cabra and chorizo

    55555 by MoiseKapenda Bower


  • Christine DThe Pass is high-end tasting menu. Provisions is eclectic new American--both creative. Dishes can be hit or miss but mostly hits.

    55555 by Christine D


  • Scott R.Don't forget to visit the bathroom. You'll hear audio from Julia Child piped in to the communal sinks.

    33333 by Scott R.


  • Mary C.Peanut butter soft serve is out of this world! A must try.

    55555 by Mary C.


  • Clifton McAdamsHere for Octoberfestivus. Nice day. Nice crowd. Small beers.

    55555 by Clifton McAdams


  • Joshua J.Cresta di gallo

    55555 by Joshua J.


  • Melania SpagnoliThe Meatball sub is outstanding! We tried also the orange/curry strozzapreti. The flavour was good, but it was more a soup rather than a pasta and there were definitely too manu raisins

    55555 by Melania Spagnoli


  • Damien F.The pizza is amazing and the drinks are outstanding.

    55555 by Damien F.


  • Vy N.Drinks, pork belly

    55555 by Vy N.


  • Ashley A.Waffle and maple ice cream!

    55555 by Ashley A.


  • Michael L.For a cocktail, Fist Full of Dollars was excellent. I'd recommend the pork belly along with whatever recommendations your server has. They know what they're doing.

    55555 by Michael L.


  • Marc S.From the Provisions menu, the glazed pork belly and mushroom pizza are highly recommended.

    55555 by Marc S.


  • Jackie L.I enjoyed Provisions on my first time, but its problems became apparent on the second. The dishes were often expensive but rarely good, and I probably won't return.

    33333 by Jackie L.


  • Anastacia K.Mushroom pizza is fantastic! Nomnomnom ;))) and bloody mary is for experienced drinker only, too spicy ;)

    55555 by Anastacia K.


  • daveAt provision, try to reserve a table by a wall, corner or at end of a row so it'll be quieter. Trust me.

    33333 by dave


  • Dyan Licata🍕🍴🍷 #food #love

    55555 by Dyan Licata


  • travel4foodTry the tasting at The Pass if time and pocket book allow. Such fun, innovative and soulful food. Totally worth the splurge.

    55555 by travel4food


  • Heydel C.Food is awesome. Service is very good as well. Atmosphere is friendly and relaxed. One of the best restaurants I've ever been.

    55555 by Heydel C.


  • Houston PressProvisions is the casual half of The Pass & Provisions, serving lunch and dinner six days a week in a Midtown/Montrose setting that's equally accommodating of jeans and cocktail dresses.

    55555 by Houston Press


  • Colin DismukeTry a little bit of each category on the menu—it's all delicious. Roasted shishito peppers, ricotta gnundi, scamorza pizza…all amazing.

    55555 by Colin Dismuke


  • Houston PressThe Pass has garnered rave reviews from media outlets across the country since it opened in in River Oaks in November of 2012, and rightfully so.

    55555 by Houston Press


  • Houston ChronicleInside track: The brand-new Saturday brunch menu looks highly promising.

    55555 by Houston Chronicle


  • Houston ChronicleDon't miss: Cresta di Gallo pasta with Hen of the Woods mushrooms; Burrata & Burst Tomato Pizza Bianca; soft-serve dessert du jour.

    55555 by Houston Chronicle


  • Houston ChronicleInside track: Unsure if you want to invest $95, plus wine pairings, for the full-blown eight-course tasting? Get your feet wet with the five-course version for $75.

    55555 by Houston Chronicle


  • Houston ChronicleDon't miss: A glass of celebratory bubbles from the rolling champagne cart, presided over by expert sommelier Travis Hinkle.

    55555 by Houston Chronicle


  • The Wall Street JournalThe Cresta de Gallo pasta with hen of the woods mushrooms and Parmesan foam is a witty (and delicious) vegetarian riff on everything chicken.

    55555 by The Wall Street Journal


  • The Wall Street JournalThe Pass is a tasting-menu-only dinner spot, while its more casual sibling, Provisions, offers lunch, dinner and cocktails.

    55555 by The Wall Street Journal


  • Luis M.Great place!!! Wiley Post (cocktail) and Bacalao Ravioli It's a must.

    55555 by Luis M.


  • Kara ThompsonJust spent my anniversary dinner here and it was amazing! Mocktails were great, and got 4 courses that were all fantastic. Every worker is super nice and the design of the place is amazing.

    55555 by Kara Thompson


  • Damaris R.English muffins with bacon, egg and sheep cheese, wow!

    55555 by Damaris R.


  • Leana D.Please take note that most of the menu items are temporary and will change to something else over time. Also there is complimentary valet put in place to prevent against ticketing and towing.

    33333 by Leana D.


  • Ernest P.Awesome food and service

    55555 by Ernest P.


  • John F.I'll PASS if anyone ever suggest to eat here again! BLEH

    22222 by John F.


  • Talya A.Went here with bf for celebration dinner. Sat at the chef's table/counter. Great experience with Terrence - a co-owner. Fantastic food and cocktail especially the short ribs tortellini. We'll be back!

    55555 by Talya A.


  • Sam RA great evening. Clever food and top notch wine pairings

    55555 by Sam R


  • Rhi MProvisions has nice outdoor seating. Great cocktails! The "Wiley post" was interesting

    55555 by Rhi M


  • Saf anDish: nori bucatini, tofu,clams and uni

    55555 by Saf an


  • William D.Absolutely amazing!

    55555 by William D.


  • William D.Great experience! Pizza is a must-have!

    55555 by William D.


  • Jacob E.The mushroom pizza is awesome

    55555 by Jacob E.


  • Tsilav B.If your going to try a pasta dish, get the Cresta di Gallo. The parmesan froth is to die for.

    55555 by Tsilav B.


  • Hank L.Love the Truffle Mushroom Sausage pizza

    55555 by Hank L.


  • Liz T.The Wiley Post and bone marrow would have been enough. But the kimchi Brussels sprouts, gnocchi and cider donut took it over the top. Sit at the bar if you can, and watch the magic happen.

    55555 by Liz T.


  • Steve M.Try the duck leg schnitzel for brunch, with foie gras grits. Need you hear more?

    55555 by Steve M.


  • Brian B.Absolutely fantastic. Great service, superb food and drinks, and reasonably priced.

    55555 by Brian B.


  • Adia H.Suckling pig!!!

    55555 by Adia H.


  • Amanda K.Get a reservation at the chef's counter. It's the best seat in the house and the chef is so helpful and personable. Also, try the lamb ribs...they're are amazing!

    55555 by Amanda K.


  • Wings G.On AC's Top 100 List 2013: The Pass (2) and Provisions (60).

    33333 by Wings G.


  • Wes W.Get the lamb ribs. Just do as I say, OK? You'll like it.

    55555 by Wes W.


  • Amanda M.Try the Wiley Post cocktail; it was refreshing and complex. The Pretzel Epi was amazing! Our server, Ben, was super knowledgeable & made the experience very satisfying!

    55555 by Amanda M.


  • Rudy M.The hen of the woods pasta is the best.

    55555 by Rudy M.


  • Julie B.Everything is amazing on the menu, but you must try the beet cake! You won't be disappointed.

    55555 by Julie B.


  • Mike B.Suckling pig sandwich is excellent. Not too salty!

    55555 by Mike B.


  • Andrew H.If you're headed to Pass, don't be tardy.

    33333 by Andrew H.


  • Maggie R.The pass is the most amazing indulgent dinner you can find in Houston. Even though there is a preset menu the chef is totally understanding of preferences and dietary needs. Can't wait to go back!

    55555 by Maggie R.


  • Jennifer M.For Provisions, there is a small counter by the kitchen with no more than three seats.

    33333 by Jennifer M.


  • Fashion L.This place is great. Outdoor area is nice but it fills up quick so make a reservation or get there before the crowd! Go for something different and try a specialty pizza, the duck was fantastic!

    55555 by Fashion L.


  • Ashley V.Great food, nice staff, and badass bathroom. 10/10, would eat and then pee here again.

    55555 by Ashley V.


  • Amber A.8-course tasting menu is INTENSE. So much food, but worth it if you have the stamina.

    55555 by Amber A.


  • Abby L.Do NOT skip dessert. I repeat... Do NOT skip dessert. (In fact, order a couple)

    33333 by Abby L.


  • Michael C.Ham & Eggs - “. . . top the gargantuan fried pork rind with “ham dust of the day” and serve it with a tin of layered hasselback caviar, crème fraîche and dehydrated capers and eggs."

    55555 by Michael C.


  • Lockhart S.The Pass is a real-deal, blow-mind tasting menu experience. Go whole hog and get the eight courses; no point holding back now.

    55555 by Lockhart S.


  • Ashley A.Definitely a new favorite restaurant! Great food, service, and drinks. A trifecta!

    55555 by Ashley A.


  • EaterProvisions serves creative twists on classic pizza and pastas; dinner at The Pass is more like attending a theatrical performance than eating a meal with each dish a scene.

    55555 by Eater


  • Deb G.Shrimp salad with celery apple remoulade and sesame. Perfect lunch snack.

    55555 by Deb G.


  • My Table MagazineThe bar staff is a cast of stars. Skipping libations here is not an option unless you’re on a budget or in recovery.

    55555 by My Table Magazine


  • EaterAs in the kitchen, the bar at Provisions features talented people turned loose to create. It's become so popular that it recently extended its hours to 2:00 a.m. Wednesday through Saturday.

    55555 by Eater


  • Davi B.We ate at The Pass. Amazing. One of neatest dining experiences I've had in a while. Excellent service and creative, tasty food.

    55555 by Davi B.


  • Robert L.Kick a$$ casual foodie dining

    55555 by Robert L.


  • 002houstonWe went to eat late & were seated instantly. Highly recommend the build-it-yourself pizza Bianca. It's served with a bowl that has a mound of creamy burrata atop burst tomato drizzled with olive oil.

    55555 by 002houston


  • evaGreat cocktails! Try the Brown Derby

    55555 by eva


  • James S.Chocolate milk shake.. Hand shaken.. And not stirred!

    33333 by James S.


  • James S.Ras el Hanout Crepe Cake / chocolate sorbet / toasted meringue

    55555 by James S.


  • James S.Always new drink concoctions.. This vieux care is cognac, rye, sweet vermouth, Benedictine, bitters.. Strong, bitter, and sweet--- just he way I like it.

    55555 by James S.


  • Aimee W.These folks... The'll take good care of you. Try it all. Because it's all GOOD.

    55555 by Aimee W.


  • Isaac J.Sit at the Chef's Counter!

    33333 by Isaac J.


  • FleaSwanky place. Burnt pizza.

    33333 by Flea


  • Joydeep DDelicious pumpkin soft serve dessert

    55555 by Joydeep D


  • Laura P.This place was awful. I ordered the smoked salmon. It's that mush in my photo in the jar, tasted really fishy, I've had better salmon at HEB. My coworker got shrimp pasta and didn't eat hers either.

    22222 by Laura P.


  • Deb G.Try the ham of the day, coffee casserrecci pasta dish, all desserts at Provisions. Great bar too. The Pass is like no other dining experience--top notch.

    55555 by Deb G.


  • César G.The Coffee Cassarecci is the best pasta on the menu.

    55555 by César G.


  • Joëlle E.Everything is absolutely amazing. EVERYTHING. Cheese plate, pizzas, wines, pasta, meats, dessert.... (we had everything?)

    55555 by Joëlle E.


  • Greg C.Nice eclectic industrial contemporary decor. Great specialty cocktails and gourmet ingredient pizzas!

    55555 by Greg C.


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