in The Heights
Southern hospitality is all about looking out for one another and providing an unforgettable experience. At Harold’s, hospitality is everything so you can enjoy great food and great community.
in The Heights
Want to wind down at the end of your day solo or with friends and colleagues? Our doors are open for you to enjoy our signature light bites, beers, bottled and tap wine, and handcrafted cocktails.
Comfort Food Around
We source fresh and local ingredients to create the ultimate southern dining experience. Indulge in real southern comfort food in our main or private dining rooms, rooftop terrace, tap room, or outdoor patio.
The Story of Harold’s
Harold’s is formerly known as Harold’s in the Heights–an iconic clothing store owned and operated by Harold and Milton Wiesenthal. This 95 year old building has become a place where folks can enjoy our deeply rooted sense of hospitality, eat delicious comfort food, and be a part of our loving community. We even have our very own food truck to share what Harold’s has to offer across the Greater Houston area.
Our Deep Love
for Our Community
At Harold's, we feel that community is an integral part of who we are as a team and a brand. We believe in giving back–in ways big and small–to both our immediate community, The Heights, and the city of Houston as much as we can.
What Our Customers
Absolutely delicious! Must have crab cakes. Took a chance on bartender's choice of "not too sweet, no whisky" drink; it was refreshing with fresh fruit and a well liked amount of vodka. But be warned! It's never the same drink twice. Love the creativity of the menu and highly recommend sitting on their rooftop, fireplace atmosphere accommodations.
I always love going to Harold's in the Heights...I especially like lunch and brunch. I can get a happy hour price wine with my lunch. My family and I enjoyed Easter brunch last week and it was fun to take a neat family picture by the wall of love with all of the hearts on it. The Heights continues to change and it is nice to see all of the independent shops and restaurants on 19th still there. Recommend Harold's for southern style food and service.