Weights and Measures is a casual neighborhood restaurant, bakery and bar located in a 1950s industrial warehouse. The project is the result of a long-standing partnership among four like-minded Houstonians: a developer, a bartender, a chef and a baker. The ultimate goal is to create a comfortable, sincere and welcoming place for Houstonians to dine, relax, socialize and share great experiences.

Come by in the morning for breads and pastries baked fresh daily, locally-roasted Amaya coffee, and fresh juices. For lunch and dinner, enjoy our seasonal, quintessentially American menu (not committed to any one cuisine culture) featuring wood-fired meats and vegetables, bread-centric plates to share, and various styles of pizza from a wood-burning oven. Our full bar hosts a huge stable of bottled craft beers, spirits and cocktails, and an affordable wine list obsessed with small production.

Throughout history, “weights and measures” has been the name given to government agencies that worked to ensure vendors were selling exactly what they were advertising. Customers buying a pound of grain wanted to be sure they were getting a proper pound of grain. Customers thirsty for a pint of ale wanted to be sure they got a full pint. It’s this kind of assurance of quantity and quality–with reformulated classics and reinvigorated recipes–that we hope to pass on to our customers.