The no-rush, no-fuss neighborhood spot, The Classic All Day, 5922 Washington Avenue, is showing appreciation for voters for getting out there and doing their part by voting on Election Day, Tuesday, November 6. The Classics All Day is letting voters enjoy complimentary lunch or dinner when they present their “I Voted” sticker (choice of one entrée and one appetizer). Alcohol and gratuity not included. Offer valid Election Day only.
Winter offering at King’s
Winter is (almost) here, and as the cooler weather approaches, King’s BierHaus will be giving away one free glass of Gluhwein (German Mulled Wine) to every customer on Wednesdays. Offer starts on Wednesday, November 7 and will run until December 26.
Also, Oma’s Chicken Soup is also now available on the winter menu. King’s uses fresh vegetables to make the stock and only use all-natural Himalayan Crystal salt. Oma’s Chicken Soup is a family recipe that’s been passed down for many generations in the Sitter Family.
New mysterious spot in the Heights
The Southern Goods spot at 632 W. 19th St. looks to be soon turned into a bar by Bobby Heuegel and award-winning chef, Justin Yu. These two are no strangers to collaborations, as they previously worked together for the popular bar concept Better Luck Tomorrow.
According to PaperCity, permit applications were filed with the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, making it very likely these two are taking over the space.
Kitchen 713 shutters
The soul food joint Kitchen 713 closed its doors on Sunday, October 28. Having moved to Washington Avenue in 2016 so the concept could expand, it was known for its cuisine which combined Southern influences and foreign flavors. According to CultureMap, chef and co-owner James Haywood felt a little burnt out and wants to explore new cuisines, including West African. What’s next for Kitchen 713’s owners haven’t yet been ironed out, but a new concept in the Heights may be created.
Unfortunate fire closes Presidio
On Saturday, October 27, the early morning brought disaster by fire to the restaurant Presidio. No one was hurt, but the restaurant will be closed until further notice. As reported by CultureMap, fire fighters traced the problem to an electrical outlet near the entrance. A part of the dining room, the HVAC system and the roof have suffered damages.
Houston’s restaurant community was quick to lend a hand to Presidio and its staff. CultureMap reported that Eight Row Flint served four of Presidio’s dishes on that Saturday night, with proceeds going toward the restaurant’s hourly employees.
The Singaporean restaurant, Sing, is officially open at Lowell Street Market, 718 W. 18th St. The menu features items with an array of foreign inspiration, like from Malaysia, China, Thailand and Vietnam. Operation hours are Sunday – Thursday, 11 a.m. – 9 p.m., Friday – Saturday, 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.