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Rice Village
2516 Times Blvd.
Houston, Texas 77005


P: (713) 533-9333
F: (713) 533-9383
E: ricevillage@savoryspiceshop.com


Monday-Saturday: 10am-6pm
Sunday: Noon-5pm

Travel Info

We are located in Rice Village on Times Blvd, just east of Kirby Drive and approximately a mile south of Southwest Freeway (Hwy 59). Parking is in front of the shop.


Spices are our livelihood. We love to inform, inspire, learn, share what we’ve learned and talk all things cooking - but mostly spices!  We strive to bring Houston the freshest, highest quality spices and customer service that is second to none. 

  • Featured in July 2014 edition of My Table Magazine's Sidedish
  • Featured in the August 5, 2014 publication of the Houston Chronicle 
  • Featured in the September, 18, 2014 edition of the Houston Press
  • Featured in Bayou City Magazine's October/November 2014 "Here & Now-Hot List"

 Members of:

  • Houston Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce
  • Rice Village Alliance
  • Lone Star Barbecue Society
  • Texas Gulf Coast BBQ Cookers Assn



Owner/operators Michelle & Randall Halbert


  • In-Store Tastings on Saturdays!


    Come visit us on Saturday when we offer tastes of our herbs, spices and blends, local foods, dishes made from our own recipes and other such fun and wonderful things! 11:00 to 3:00 p.m. or while supplies last.

  • Knife Sharpening at Savory Spice Shop


    Premier Sharpening will be at our shop every Wednesday to provide you with professional knife sharpening services. So, if you are a professional chef, a home cook, or even a BBQ enthusiast, and you need your knives sharpened, stop by on Wednesday or the first Saturday (1pm-3pm) of the month to get them sharpened by a professional. Most knives are $1.00 per inch of blade which include broken tips, chips and bolsters.

  • The Story of Chocolate: From Maya to Modern

    Wednesday, February 11, 2015

    Join Elizabeth Escobedo for a brief history of chocolate and learn about cacao beans and the variety of ways that this “food of the gods” can be used as a culinary ingredient. Trace the historical use of chocolate from the Aztec and Mayan to modern cuisine. An intoxicating meal follows including: Spinach and Tangerine Salad with Chocolate-Balsamic Vinaigrette and Toasted Almonds, Cocoa Crusted Beef Tenderloin with Raspberry Reduction and decadent Mexican Hot Chocolate. Stop by today at Savory Spice Shop to reserve your spot or call the store, as space is limited. $12.00 per person, including a tasting menu and custom Tejas Chocolate.