A converted single-family residential property on the corner of Westheimer and Stanford has joined to the impressive number of tattoo parlors in Montrose. Black and red is not all that common a color combination for a house or a biz, to be sure, but it is not entirely unprecedented either, whether the application be secular or not so secular.
|Mark's Fine Dining in a Church RIP|
|1658 Westheimer - Former church and restaurant|
Mark's.- Now demarcated from Shaw's westward and no longer serving the congregation attuned the finer and more uplifting things in life, but still a commanding presence on Recycled Rags Row.
|Red brick with black deck: The Royal Oak Bar & Grill (Jan 2016 photo)|
|The Black Faced Wall |
Black at least on a dreary day (otherwise grey), not to mention low in light during business hours,
the Numbers Night Club, with a little red cheer out front, both solid and striped.
And then there is the black & white edition of a Montrose tattoo parlor ...
|Houston Ink Society|
.... and that polychrome version of a tattoo venue across from the biskit junkie on the corner of Taft
|Sacred Heart Tattoo at 327 Westheimer across from El Tiempo Cantina on Westheimer and Biskit Junkie on the West (Taft)|