From a flower shop-restaurant hybrid in Montrose to a juice bar debut in Rice Village, Houston delivers an array of luxe offerings just in time for fall’s arrival.
4315 Montrose Blvd.
Montrose’s newest eatery brings the flavors of Italy to Houston’s culinary scene, along with an ample dose of floral inspo. Comprising an Italian bistro and a flower shop, FIORI serves authentic fare against a bloom-filled backdrop. Patrons can shop arrangements by in-house floral boutique Flowers & Flourless, savor a rotating menu of regional cuisine and splurge on a bottle of vintage. Guests can also attend wine tastings and classes like Fermentation and Flowers.
Sleeq Mobile Aesthetics
Unlike brick-and-mortar medspas, Sleeq Mobile Aesthetics provides high-quality care from the comfort of a patient’s home or office. Co-founders Dr. Lisa Beard and Dr. Ryan Steward are subspecialty-trained, board-certified physicians with extensive experience in women’s healthcare. The cosmetic concierge service offers on-demand treatments such as dermal fillers, microneedling, chemical peels and fat-dissolving agents, with all procedures following the latest health and safety guidelines.
2437 University Blvd.
Hit reset and kick-start the new season with a detoxifying cleanse from Pressed Juicery, now open in Rice Village. The California-born cult chain specializes in cold-pressed juices and juice cleanse packages, with flavors split into categories like greens, citrus, roots and fruits. While you’re there, do yourself a favor and order the vegan soft-serve—you won’t regret it. L.A.-based Pressed Juicery’s first Houston outpost is open daily from 9AM to 8PM.
Shaftel Diamond Co.
6222 Richmond Ave., Ste. 150
Dress up your autumn attire with a statement piece from Shaftel Diamond Co., a Houston mainstay since 1978. The family-owned and -operated luxury jewelry retailer is currently building a new stand-alone storefront in Tanglewood, which will encompass a larger showroom as well as an outdoor patio, bar area and multiple private viewing spaces. The new concept is set to open in October, but the store’s original location near the Galleria will remain open in the meantime.