A slew of new restaurants set to open before Super Bowl
December 14, 2016 - bbq set
Houstonians will have a resources of new restaurants and bars come time for a Super Bowl. Here’s a few of a important openings before a large game:
Avenida: The new lineup of restaurants slated for a George R. Brown Convention Center’s Avenida plan embody Kulture from Marcus Davis of The Breakfast Klub, Grotto from Landry’s, Bud’s Pitmaster BBQ, McAlister’s Deli and a large new Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen. Across a street, in further to a sports bar from Craig Biggio, a new Marriott Marquis will embody a new concept, Xochi, from Hugo Ortega.
Brasserie du Parc: The owners of Étoile Cuisine et Bar are going grand with this two-level French grill in One Park Place. Expect classical bistro transport in a luxe café environment with an enviable roost confronting a Super Bowl LIVE movement on Discovery Green.
King’s Bierhaus: The owners of a extravagantly renouned King’s Biergarten Restaurant in Pearland are readying a identical judgment in a Heights featuring Austrian/German food and a whole lot of drink during 2044 East T.C. Jester.
Bosscat Kitchen Libations: The bustling Westheimer food theatre centered around River Oaks District is removing an injection of whiskey and upscale comfort dishes from this Southern California actor opening in January.
Local Foods: Restaurateur Benjy Levit brings his Local Foods judgment to downtown in a former Georgia’s Market space during 420 Main. Expect a large bar and uninformed food offerings that will play out within a three-level space.
One Fifth: One of a many stirring dining concepts to strike Houston will come in Jan from James Beard Award-winning cook Chris Shepherd, whose skeleton for a former Mark’s American Cuisine space will see him opening 5 opposite concepts over a subsequent 5 years. The initial yearlong plan will be a “meat house.”
Starfish: When restaurateur Lee Ellis took over some of a former Ogden Hospitality spaces, he saved one of his many desirous projects for a former Bradley’s Fine Diner during 191 Heights. Situated in a same frame mall as his strike Pi Pizza, Starfish is approaching to exaggerate a seafood menu.
Bayou Bottle: The focal indicate of a Four Seasons Hotel’s multimillion-dollar run restoration will be a run bar and grill from Mexico City-born cook Richard Sandoval. Expected to crawl in January, it will offer an upscale menu and an collection of whiskeys and bourbons.
Kiran’s: Chef Kiran Verma’s new digs during Kirby Grove are partial of a $15 million makeover during Levy Park. Her space is rumored to be a knockout, that should span perfectly with her Indian cuisine.
Beaver’s West: The renouned Sixth Ward comfort-food grill is spawning a second outpost in a former Texadelphia space on Westheimer. Expect an amped adult Beaver’s with a cocktail program, a square with a theatre for live party and a no-kids indentation for grown-ups called a Beaver Den.
Field Tides: Longtime Liberty Kitchen alum Travis Lenig is opening his initial grill in a former home of Zelko Bistro in a Heights in January. His menu will offer dishes from a fields (farm greens, poultry, pork, beef and game) and a tides (seafood, complicated on a Gulf).
FM Burger: Triniti cook Ryan Hildebrand scratches a burgers/fries/shakes eagerness with this infrequent corner opening nearby Washington in January.