Eloise Nichols is an American bistro from the brother/sister talent behind Adair Kitchen. 

Nestled between the River Oaks shopping district and the bustling Highland Village, this neighborhood restaurant takes its name and its cue from the siblings’ grandmother––a no-nonsense, classic Texas beauty. The ethos of Eloise is woven through every detail, from a thoughtful menu to an open, unrushed ambiance, much like her living room where family lingered hours after a meal was complete.

The concept behind their space is simple––to create the kind of place they crave themselves––an easy, every-night-of-the-week destination that neighbors can embrace as their own.

Well done but never overdone, where drinks are a food group, late-night is a staple, and quality is a given. Come when you can and stay as long as you’d like.

Look forward to breakfast, lunch and dinner from chef Nicholas Nolte; a generous selection of liquors, wines and ales; and the signature warmth and creativity that’s made these two restauranteurs a local favorite.

Opening late 2016.