Up, located on the second floor of a
Highland Village building, is only accessible by elevator. Once the elevator opens, you're greeted by this gorgeous sunken dining room and a lively bar area centered around a breathtaking, glowing Swarovski chandelier. Ask for a seat near the window, so you you can catch glimpses of the glowing lights twinkling from outside, then sit back with chilled bottle of sparkling wine and expect to be wowed by the Californian cuisine of sashimi, oysters, scallops and more.
HORRIBLE, AWFUL, NO GOOD, VERY BAD RESTAURANT...REALLY..
This is absolutely the worst restuarant I have ever been to. First, I made reservations 1 week in advance. Then I was called twice by 2 different staff members to confirm the restervations, and not 1 told me that the restaurant closed and stopped taking orders at 11pm. So, when we got there for 10:45 pm reservations after a play, they told us we had to order the entire meal-drinks and dessert included-within 2 minutes on a Friday night. Friday night in Houston--this was totally unacceptable! Plus, the food was bland and awful AND the manager was amazingly, horribly rude. Plus, he wouldn't even give us his name-other than "floor manager." Bottom line-DO NOT GO TO THIS RIDICULOUS RESTAURANT because the food was terrible and the service was even worse. If you think you want to go, it is because it is new but believe me,look at the menu and there nothing enticing about this restaurant.