Smoosh to land in the Heights permanently
The Rice Village truck that serves ice cream sandwiches is taking root in a permanent location in the Heights, according to Eater Houston. The shop will be neighbors with Snooze, an A.M. Eatery at Lowell Street Market.
Smoosh Cookies has been praised for its delicious fresh-baked cookies stuffed with a giant scoop of ice cream since its beginning. They also offer a variety of toppings, cookie ice cream splits, milkshakes and sundaes.
Completion date for the project hasn’t been announced.
Teaspresso Bar coming to the Heights
Teaspresso Bar, a Hawaiian chain that serves customizable milk teas and other beverages, will also land at the Lowell Street Market, reported Eater Houston. It’s a haven for tea lovers, with genmaicha, toffee assam, and boba on the menu.
Although the chain has not confirmed these plans, their name is on the development’s site plan.
Rainbow Lodge food event
Thursday, March 29 guests are invited to a Masi Amarone Wine Dinner at Rainbow Lodge, reported HoustonPress. Starting at 6:30 p.m. the event will pair wines with a five-course meal. The menu will include items such as saffron arancini, gnocchi alla romana and grilled American bison. Cost is $120 a person.
King’s Bierhaus to open breakfast concept
The duo behind the King’s brand is set to open a breakfast concept called Egghaus, as The Leader reported earlier this week. The breakfast joint will be right next door to King’s Bierhaus at 2042 East TC Jester.
Egghaus will open its doors sometime this summer, but in the meantime, you can grab a kolache at the pop-up event on April 21.