Brasil

2604 Dunlavy, Houston, TX
Capacity: 200 people

About Brasil

Brasil is located in the heart of Houston's Montrose neighborhood, and has been serving as a beautiful backdrop since 1993. The gorgeous green back patio can be affixed with lighting accents, floating origami, and floral escapes. Hosting wedding ceremonies, rehearsal dinners, receptions, anniversary celebrations, and engagement parties, Brasil is the perfect representation of a slice of Houston that will stick in minds for any sort of occasion. The back patio leads to the eclectic art gallery, Flatland Gallery, featuring works from all over the world. Hold your cocktail reception, private wedding party, or entertain friends and family waiting to surprise the honoree in the space that connects to the patio and the restaurant.

Package Pricing

Space Rental Fees
$200 - $400 /hour
Pricing for all event types
Brunch Catering Package
$12 - $20 /person
Pricing for all event types
Hors d'oeuvres
Attendees: 20-150 | $15 - $20 /person
Pricing for all event types
Entree
Attendees: 20-120 | $25 - $50 /person
Pricing for all event types

Event Spaces

Back Patio
Back Patio
Bodega
Bodega
Front Patio
Front Patio
Gallery
Gallery

Recommendations

Magical Wedding Reception - An Eventective User from Houston, Texas

Having my wedding at Brasil was above and beyond my expectations. Working with Becca and the rest of the team there made everything easy throughout the entire process. I could not be happier with how everything came out! All my friends and family keep telling us how beautiful the reception was - and better than the same old weddings they usually go to! Highly recommend!

Neighborhood
Venue Types
Amenities
  • Full Bar/Lounge
  • Fully Equipped Kitchen
  • On-Site Catering Service
  • Outdoor Function Area
  • Wireless Internet/Wi-Fi
Features
  • Max Number of People for an Event: 200
  • Special Features: -Hidden patio oasis -Outdoor film and video screening capabilities -Open daily until midnight -Walking distance to grocery store, shopping, parks, and the Menil Collection