Maison Pucha Bistro, 1001 Studewood, debuted its dinner service November 22. The much anticipated Heights restaurant is owned and operated by the three Pucha brothers, each with their own specialty, after years in the restaurant worlds of Houston and New York.
Manuel, formerly executive chef at La Table, will be incorporating his Ecuadorian heritage into a decidedly French menu, with dishes such as Ecuadorian shrimp ceviche and a Peruvian tiradito de
Jin Korean BBQ has made its way from the Dallas area to Houston. The all-you-can-eat Korean barbecue restaurant had its grand opening at 8338 West Sam Houston Parkway South. on November 6. Diners can cook their proteins at their table or opt for prepared items. With a buffet option for $16.99 at lunch and $25.99 at dinner, it is a bit cheaper than some others around town. Be forewarned — their menu states that a $20 penalty will be added for uneaten food. We aren’t sure how that is
Fabian’s Latin Flavors, 301 Main, opened November 10. After a brief stint as Dizzy Kaktus, the new restaurant and salsa bar offers a South American inspired cuisine with a menu that includes empanadas,
Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery and Grill, 8366 Westheimer, opened November 14 with a second Houston location opening at 8238 Kirby on November 28. The family-founded chain started in 1989 in the Bronx, New York and has now increased to more than 120 stores in nine states, with franchisees. The fast, casual eateries offer Jamaican patties, jerk chicken
TruIndia Restaurant, 2431 Bay Area Boulevard, opened in the space previously occupied by Fire and Spice. Word is the staff and chef are the same, but the menu has changed.
Poke Now, 17758 Katy Freeway, opened November 2. On offer are poke bowls,
Ronny G’s, 1027 Sawdust, opened November 12. The Woodlands neighborhood sports bar is family-friendly with a kids menu and a no-smoking policy. There is a heated patio, fire pits, and a variety of bar games, like darts and shuffleboard. The menu offers burgers, salads, sandwiches, and appetizers in the ten
TaD’s Bar and Grill, 13215 Grant, opened September 1, according to Community Impact. This is the third location for the TaD’s restaurant group, with restaurants in Katy and Tomball, as well. Serving a mix of Louisiana-inspired cuisine and Southern favorites, the restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The Sunday special is all-you-can-eat catfish ($9.99).
Teahouse Tapioca and Tea has been busy expanding in the Houston area ever since its first location in Hong Kong City Mall, April 2000. Originally a family-owned business started in
Duck Donuts, 3157 West Holcombe, is slated to open this December, as reported here in the Houston Press. The North Carolina-based company has a different concept when it comes to the circular treats. Starting with a plain vanilla donut, customers can create their own donut with a variety of toppings, coatings, and drizzles. The world is your oyster, er, donut.
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The new restaurant, described as a New American tavern, is expected to open early summer 2018.
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