Quattro (Four Seasons Hotel)
Houston, TX 77010
Monday: 6:30 AM - 10:00 PMTuesday: 6:30 AM - 10:00 PMWednesday: 6:30 AM - 10:00 PMThursday: 6:30 AM - 10:00 PMFriday: 6:30 AM - 10:00 PMSaturday: 7:00 AM - 10:00 PMSunday: 7:00 AM - 10:00 PMHappy Hour is available M-F 4-7PM in Vinoteca
- Atmosphere Romantic, Family / Children, Bar Scene
- Amenities TV, Private Party Room
- Special Needs Booster/High Chairs, Wheelchair Access, Child Menu, Gluten-Free Items, Locally-Grown Ingredients
- Bar Full Bar, Beer, Wines
- Banquet Facilities 10 - 20 People, 20 - 50 People, 50 - 100 People, Over 100 People
- Reservation Information Not Required
- Attire Casual
- Meal Times Served Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch, Dinner, Happy Hour
- Parking Availability Valet
- Payment Methods
Quattro - four in Italian - represents the four "faces" of the restaurant: breakfast, lunch, dinner and its lively antipasto & wine bar, Vinoteca. The restaurant incorporates various design elements, including creative lighting, vivid colours, an intriguing bar/culinary station and other alluring features, creating an inviting dining environment in downtown Houston.
Quattro accommodates 235 diners in the bar, dining room and four of the unique private dining rooms. One of the private rooms opens directly onto the kitchen, enabling diners to enjoy the hustle and bustle of our award-winning culinary team.
- Chef's Bio
- Maurizio Ferrarese is a people’s chef through and through. “I visit guests as much as I can,” says Maurizio, who stops by almost every table at dinner. “I like to ask why they came, what they like, what they didn’t like. I love to get what guests want.” Born and raised in Vercelli in Italy’s Piedmont region, Chef Maurizio joined Quattro in summer 2010 from Four Seasons Hotel Firenze, a city with great culinary heritage. He says Florence’s authentic, traditional cuisine inspires Quattro’s simple, seasonal fare. However, if you’re looking to branch out from tradition, the chef recommends Italian sushi dishes like the beef and tuna carpaccios, which are relatively new to Italian culture. Also on the menu, you can find risotto dishes inspired by Maurizio’s native Piedmont region, which produces 70% of Italy’s rice as well as some of the area’s famous wines: Barbera and Barolo. It’s easy to see that Maurizio is well loved by diners and fellow Quattro staff alike. Fellow staff mem
- Best Known For
- Sunday brunch Private dining Happy hour specials
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