It started with a storm in Houston. Harvey came and
wiped out neighborhoods, communities, and cultural landmarks.
Longstanding elements of the city’s infrastructure were gone in an instant.
A beloved staple, Spaghetti Warehouse, a place where families could
go for a good time to eat lost its iconic downtown location.
A wise person said thousands of years ago
“So I recommend having fun, because there is nothing better
for people in this world than to eat, drink, and enjoy life.
That way they will experience some happiness
along with all the hard work God gives them under the sun.”
WAREHOUSE 72 marries modern industrial design with creative
placemaking, to create a cool, urban aesthetic.Houston is a city of cultural diversity.
Beautification in its urban areas is dominant through the rise of street art.
To reflect this spirit, murals from local artist - Sebastien Boileau
“Mr. D. 1987” adorn the interior of the restaurant’s brick walls.
Our customers come first, and we are here to provide you with an amazing experience.
Our team lives, eats, and breathes the mission behind Warehouse 72. We believe we are building magic and invite you to join our community. Click to read more about us!