About the Group

Born and bred in Los Angeles, fraternal twins Mark and Jonnie Houston have cornered a niche market of high-end, nightlife hot spots. The duo launched Piano Bar in 2008—followed in short order by La Descarga, Harvard & Stone, Pour Vous, No Vacancy, Dirty Laundry, Good Times at Davey Wayne’s, their first restaurant Butchers and Barbers and an 80's oasis, Break Room 86 at The Line Hotel. Each establishment is a transportation of space and time, all engineering a unique experience. The Houstons will continue this legacy with a string of upcoming projects where they will continue to redefine the hospitality landscape in Los Angeles and beyond.

Black Rabbit Rose
Break Room 86
Dirty Laundry
Good Times at Davey Wayne's
Harvard & Stone
La Descarga
No Vacancy
Pour Vous

2 years ago

Houston Hospitality


Join us on Thursday, December 31 to ring in the New Year in Hollywood’s old Havana inspired hotspot with fine rums & cigars (not included in ticket price), live music from a 6 piece band, and Cuban burlesque. ** Surprise performance and music provided by Mr. Walter Davis** Dress attire : 1940s Tickets : $100 […]

3 years ago

Break Room 86

5 Hot New Restaurants + Bars to Try in LA

4 years ago

Butchers and Barbers

Butchers and Barbers

Eater- Butchers and Barbers

Even though Butchers & Barbers has been getting a lot of love as the Houston Brothers’ first restaurant venture, the cocktail program by Beverage Director Joseph Swifka shouldn’t be overlooked. The Old Grandad, with cinnamon-infused sweet vermouth, blended scotch, and maple syrup, reflects the restaurant’s masculine, New American feel and is just downright delicious.

4 years ago

Butchers and Barbers

The 11 Best New Restaurants In L.A.