Just in time for the weekend, Lee’s Fried Chicken & Donuts announced that they will open at 7 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 10, at 601 Heights Blvd.
You’ll find chicken dishes on the menu, like Lee’s Fried Chicken Sandwich, Fried Chicken Salad Sandwich, and Pulled Chicken Chopped Kale with sweet roasted peanut dressing.
Lee’s Fried Chicken & Donuts also serves fried chicken combos ranging from two to eight pieces of chicken, as well as single serving pieces. Diners can also add an extra kick to their meal, choosing from different sauces including Dreamland Style BBQ sauce. Sides include macaroni, cole slaw, creamed corn, mash potato, potato salad and warm rolls compliment the fried chicken menu.
Along with fried chicken, you can indulge your sweet tooth with kolaches, blueberry cake with blueberry icing to vanilla with Mexican chocolate icing or glazed with praline bacon and caramel icing, to name a few.
“Who doesn’t love fried chicken and donuts? Lee’s Fried Chicken & Donuts is the perfect meld of some of the South’s best comfort food served in one of Houston’s most historic and personality-fueled neighborhoods,” Lee Ellis, owner, said.
Pho is back on at Hughie’s Vietnamese Tavern
Back by popular demand, Hughie’s added Pho back to the menu on Oct. 3. The writing on the walls, literally, say “first come, first serve.” A call ahead of time is well advised. Hughie’s is located at 1802 W. 18th St.
Grand celebration for Hugs & Donuts
Hugs & Donuts is just now getting around to celebrate for their grand opening. This weekend from 6 – 9 p.m., on Friday, the Heights donut shop will be celebrating their 6 month anniversary and are announcing their extended weekend hours on Friday and Saturday.
“We’ll be showing off our new savory menu complete with donut sandwiches and a special beer donut,” Hugs & Donuts said on a Facebook post.
They will also have a donut eating contest, coveted prizes, beer from 8th Wonder Brewery, live entertainment and more.
Pinks Pizza celebrates National Pizza Month
Our local pizza guys, Pinks Pizza, are celebrating National Pizza Month and taking the opportunity to thank their fans with a Monday special every Monday of October. Dine-in or pick up a one topping pizza for $7.99; online and delivery are excluded.
You can grab a pizza in The Leader area at the following locations: Heights – 1403 Heights Blvd.; GOOF – 3404 North Shepherd Dr.; Washington – 1009 Moy St.
Taco night at Public House Heights
New to the menu at Public House Heights, is Taco Thursday. El Hacendada will be providing the menu, with five options available and each is $10. Check them out on Thursdays at 2802 White Oak Dr.
Managing partner Raul Lorenzana said the new Washington Avenue test kitchen will be open this month for soft openings, but “don’t review the menu just yet” as they are still finalizing and ironing out details. Come November, Lorenzana said let the reviews begin.
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