THE HEIGHTS HICKORY HOLLOW RESTAURANT IS CLOSED AND MOVED TO 8038 FALLBROOK DR. 77064, "Original Hickory Hollow location" Effective 1/14/19

Central Houston minutes away from downtown, medical center, Galleria

101 Heights Blvd.
Houston, TX 77007
713-869-6300 (phone)
713-861-4245 (fax)

Mon – Thurs 11 – 9
Fri 11 - 9:30
Sat 11- 9
Sun 11- 8:30

We are just north and west of downtown, in the Heights
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(Heights Location Only)  650.681.9470  866.834.3963


Private Dining available
Catering Services available
Outdoor Seating available


Live Music - Never a cover charge or minimum; we hope you come hungry!  There's plenty of seating away from the music if you prefer.

Fridays 6 ~ 9 & Saturdays 5:30 ~ 8:30 it's Bluegrass, Country, Folk, Western or Oldies performed by local acoustic groups.  

Wednesday 7 ~ 9 it's "The Bluegrass Jam" for all skill levels. Join in or just listen while you enjoy a delicious meal.  

1st, 2nd and 4th Thursdays are "Bring your Ukulele Jam Nights"  Again, Join in or just listen while you enjoy a delicious meal. 

Speaking Of Music... at or near most of our dining room tables are promo photos of entertainers we've had the pleasure of serving over the years. Maybe you will recognize them... such late greats as B. B. King & Bo Diddley, or Mary Chapin Carpenter, The Dixie Chicks, Leo Kottke, David Wilcox, Emmylou Harris, Huey Lewis & The News, Larry Carlton, Robben Ford... to name a few.  Yes, we've be here a long time, more than 30 years!

The intimate "Music Room" at Hickory Hollow, Heights

art on view


Houston Heights Tours

Hickory Hollow teams up with "Houston Heights Tours" for fun, "light hearted" outings. Tours of the Houston Heights are guided by Dean Swanson, a long time Heights resident and Chairman of the Heights Historic Committee.

Dean's groups have included visiting dignitaries and diplomats, church and garden groups, Red Hat Ladies, men's organizations, art enthusiasts and antique hunters. See the "hidden gems" of this historic Victorian neighborhood and hear "tales of the Houston Heights" from expert tour guide Dean Swanson. Along the way you will enjoy a delicious lunch at Hickory Hollow Restaurant, a Heights tradition.

Contact Dean directly for more information and reservations.
Dean Swanson
Houston Heights Tours
Phone: (713) 880-2832 / E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Dean Swanson



We are minutes away from all kinds of fun:

  • Downtown entertainment venues such as Wortham Center, Jones Hall, Lyric Center, Verizon Theater, Minutemaid Park, Soccer Stadium and Toyota Center
  • Waugh Street Bat Colony
  • Allen Parkway Green Belt
  • Memorial Park
  • Heights bike path
  • Heights Blvd jogging path


Art on Display:
Discover the subtle messages in the unique folk art wood carvings by Heights artist Ron Collins.


visiting musicians