For more than a decade, diners and critics alike have praised both Mastro’s Steakhouse and Mastro’s Ocean Club for their elevated cuisine, lush atmosphere and guest services. Described as "masterful" by the Los Angeles Daily News, "the preferred steakhouse of celebs and locals" by 944, and named as one of the “Top 10 steakhouse in the U.S.” by Gayot, Mastro’s always strives to ensure their reputation precedes themself. Tilman’s Houston location is no exception.
“I have always wanted to open Mastro’s one-of-a-kind, masterful, high-end dining experience in my hometown,” Fertitta said in the press release. “Mastro’s is the first restaurant to open at The Post Oak, with the remainder of the luxury destination development slated to open in early 2018.”
Mastro’s Houston offers 16 different cuts of meat; a selection of fresh seafood and raw bar offerings; appetizers and sides such as lobster mashed potatoes and a two-foot-tall seafood tower; sushi selections developed by internationally known chef Angel Carbajal of Cabo San Lucas’s Niksan; and chef-crafted desserts. Items exclusive to the Houston menu include Garlic Roasted Bone Marrow, Crispy Shrimp and Scallop Bird Nest Dumplings; Shiso Jica-machi Sashimi; Japanese A5 Wagyu on a hot stone; and Aspen Ridge All Natural, No Antibiotics Boneless Ribeye.
Spirits and handcrafted cocktails include Mastro’s signature smoking Lemon Drop and Cosmo martinis, and The Post Oak Hotel’s wine cellar will offer 20,000 bottles from more than 25 countries.
A trip to Texas’ only Mastro's Steakhouse is a culinary adventure of pure refinement and excellence.
Mastro's Restaurants can be found in prominent cities across the U.S., including the original Mastro's Steakhouse in north Scottsdale. Ten additional Steakhouse locations can be found in Beverly Hills, Thousand Oaks, Costa Mesa, Malibu, Palm Desert, Chicago, downtown Scottsdale, Houston, New York City and Washington D.C. Mastro's Ocean Club has locations in Boston, Las Vegas, Scottsdale and Newport Beach.