Enjoy live music of all genres, fine wines and signature cocktails nightly!
Drink Specials: Monday-Friday from 4pm-8pm
Please accept this invitation to join us for fabulous refreshing cocktails and great ambience. Come sit, relax, listen to live music and enjoy one of our fine glasses of wine on the patio at our Historic Venue.
History of Lounge
The Museum District Bistro and Lounge was built in 1922, by famous
Houston architect Maurice Joseph Sullivan (1884-1961), Houston's first
City Architect appointed by Mayor H. Baldwin Rice in 1912. This location
served as the family home for Mr. Sullivan, his wife Anne, and their 7
children. By utilizing his training as a civil engineer, Sullivan
continued to expand his knowledge and became a self taught architect.
His ecclesiastic work completed in Houston is considered the most
significant, and includes the Villa De Matel Chapel (1923-28), Holy
Rosary Church (1933), St, Anne Catholic Church (1940), and First
Presbyterian Church (1949). Other prominent buildings include The
Petroleum Building (now the Great Southwest Building), Houston Negro
Hospital School of Nursing (Now Riverside Hospital), St. Thomas High
School, Ripley House, and St. Mary's Seminary. In 1924 and 1933,
Sullivan served as President of the South Texas Chapter of The American
Institute of Architects. Sullivan died in 1961.