Haidar Barbouti Newest Venture is Finest Up Restaurant in Houston, Texas

Tycoon real estate developer, Haidar Barbouti is the owner of Up Restaurant in Houston, Texas. For 24 years, he has managed and leased commercial properties in the historical Highland Village Shopping Center. The history of the shopping center extends back to the early 1940’s and was acquired by Barbouti in 1991, after completing his degree at Columbia University. He renovated the complex building into a classy and spacious shopping area, which now contains exclusive shops, including the Quality Life Fitness, Starbucks, Pottery Barn, William-Sonoma, and more.

One of the newest additions to Highland Village is the exclusive fine establishment, Up Restaurant. The astonishing interior design is suited for fine dining on the third floor in a relaxed atmosphere, overlooking downtown Houston and the Galleria. The restaurant is receiving spectacular reviews and becoming a great success in Houston because of the chef’s culinary skills. The menu presents selections of American, Scottish, and Portuguese cuisines.

Visionary entrepreneur, Haidar Barbouti, accomplished his mission to provide reputable broker and commercial property management services in Houston and New York. He worked diligently to become a strategic developer and recently became the proud owner of Up Restaurant. Since the early 1990’s, Barbouti’s commercial property management skills has attracted trendy businesses and restaurants to occupy space in Highland Village Shopping Center.

Houston, Texas is a tourist attraction and appeal to people over the world. Tourists are always looking for quality and fine dining restaurants that serve a diversity of cultural cuisines. It was a brilliant idea to acquire the historical property that will attract many visitors and locals. The taste of Texas, Scotland, and Portugal can be found amongst the menu items. Up Restaurant also offers the finest wine selections from Argentina, Spain, France, and Italy.

Haidar Barbouti has established a reputation as one of the chief property managers, brokers, and entrepreneurs in Texas. He is currently in charge of leasing and marketing Highland Village Shopping Center’s commercial properties and its economic growth. The development of the Up Restaurant entailed creative design for elegance, luxury and scenic view. Local residences and tourist can enjoy a relaxing meal for lunch and dinner in an upscale restaurant and shop at upscale retail stores all in one location.

Barbouti has a love for children and animals, which inspired him to donate to a local Houston charitable organization and to donate space for Highland Village Adoption Center for animals. His expertise and charitable giving is the reason for such success.