When it comes to exploring Houston’s ever-evolving culinary scene, you’re bound to indulge in some unforgettable experiences. Seriously—you might fall into a food trance just one appetizer in, and ChòpnBlọk is a perfect example of such a phenomenon. In the summer of 2018, owner Ope Amosu (who grew up in Lagos, Nigeria before immigrating to Houston with his family) set out to redefine fast-casual eating while spreading the West African culinary gospel with an innovative pop-up dining experience. His mission was a knock-out success, and it wasn’t long before ChòpnBlọk scored a permanent home in one of the city’s newest food halls, POST Houston. Sign up for a one-of-a-kind dinner and you’ll be treated to treasures such as smokey rice bowls crowded with finely chopped veggies, ripe stewed plantains, and steak skewers steeped in a ginger marinade and set to a soundtrack of Afro-beats and compelling conversation.
How to book: Stop by for first come, first served seating.