THE WOODLANDS, TX – (July 28, 2020) – The Howard Hughes Corporation® (NYSE: HHC) has announced that two new establishments will be coming to 20 Waterway Avenue in The Woodlands® — Hearsay Gastrolounge and The Rose Lounge, each overlooking The Woodlands Waterway® in The Woodlands Town Center®. Owned and managed by The Howard Hughes Corporation, 20 Waterway Avenue, a 24,258-square-foot dining and entertainment establishment, is in the Waterway Square® District of The Woodlands and is 100% leased.
Hearsay Gastrolounge, a popular concept started in Houston, serves inspired renditions of contemporary American dishes and specialty craft cocktails in a chic antique atmosphere. Hearsay prides itself on being “half old world revival, half culinary crusaders”. This will make Hearsay’s fourth restaurant with two locations in Downtown Houston and another on the Strand in Galveston. With a quaint terrace complementing the restaurant, Hearsay will be open for lunch and dinner daily as well as weekend brunch.
The Rose Lounge will serve American fair with a Texas twist while providing an entertainment experience on The Woodlands Waterway. The Rose Lounge is a new concept created by Diego Manobanda and Washington Revelo. The Rose Lounge will feature two levels including a rooftop space for its upscale restaurant setting.
Hearsay Gastrolounge and The Rose Lounge will be located next to Cyclone Anaya’s Tex-Mex Kitchen and Grimaldi’s Pizzeria.
“Both of these concepts will be pertinent establishments in The Woodlands Waterway, further diversifying the dining and entertainment options that our residents, office users, and guests have in the Town Center,” said Jim Carman, President, Houston Region, The Howard Hughes Corporation. “We appreciate the commitment that Hearsay Gastrolounge and The Rose Lounge have made to our community and our company and look forward to their successful opening.”
20 Waterway Avenue is convenient to Class A and AAA office space, hotels like The Westin at The Woodlands, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, shopping, dining, public art and Waterway Square.