Bosscat Kitchen & Libations announced it will open its new concept in January at the former Glass Wall Restaurant, at 933 Studewood St., according to a press release. Houstonians can get their first taste of BCK: Kitchen & Cocktail Adventures at a pop-up location on Dec. 9 at Lights in the Heights.
The owners of Bosscat first announced their plans to open a new concept in August. Since then, Joshua Weisman of Houston-based Construction Concepts redesigned and remodeled the 3,000-square-foot Studewood space, per the release. The renovations include “exclusive custom design elements, from hand-stitched luggage shelving to bench seating wrapped in steel,” according to the release.
Although the new concept won’t open until January, it’s available for private events beginning Dec. 14 with space for 100 guests, per the release.
BCK: Kitchen & Cocktail Adventures will “offer nostalgic American fare representing the diverse backgrounds and eclectic styles of the owners, with influences ranging from American to Italian to Vietnamese, along with specialty cocktails,” per the release.
“We created this idea two years ago when we were still living in Newport Beach, but we never had a venue for it,” Bosscat owner John Reed said in August. “The Heights is the perfect neighborhood for this type of creativity. It’s going to give us a great canvas to step outside the box.”
Glass Wall previously occupied 933 Studewood St. for nearly 11 years but closed in May. At the time, owner Studewood Hospitality Group planned to revamp the concept and reopen.
Bosscat, a 6,900-square-foot whiskey bar and eatery, opened its Houston location at 4310 Westheimer Road in fall 2016. Its original location is in California.