It’s been more than a year since Les Ba’get closed its Montrose location in oder to reopen at 1711 W. 34th St. The restaurant opened this past weekend and is serving the same banh mi, vermicelli noodle bowls, Vietnamese steak and pho that were served at the Montrose location, plus new menu items.
Les Ba’get is now open from 11 a.m.-5 p.m., but dinner hours will soon be available.
Ploughman’s serves up brunch
Ploughman’s Deli & Café, 965 Pinemont Dr. Ste. 100, recently changed its Saturday hours to 10 a.m.–3 p.m. to accommodate its new brunch menu.
On the menu is Lemon and Candied Ginger Scone, served with clotted cream and lemon curd; Dutch, Dutch, Baby, a German pancake topped with lemon juice and powdered sugar; Fruit Salad Dutch Baby, a German pancake topped with a honey yogurt fruit salad and toasted almonds; Shakka KHANNNNN!!!!!, two eggs baked in a spicy tomato sauce with baby spinach and feta cheese, garnished with cilantro and served with toasted pita bread; Poached Eggs on Crab Cakes, two poached eggs on crab cakes topped with a fontina mornay sauce; Chorizo Migas, a fried tortilla and egg scramble with poblano pepper and chorizo topped with avocado served with cilantro and a sour cream sauce; Bayou Breakfast Hash, crawfish and andoullie sausage mixed with potato, egg and a homemade blend of creole spices, served with toast; and Lox and Bagel, a choice of pretzel or everything bagel with cream cheese, lox, tomato and onion on the side.
Flower Child to sprout in Heights
The farm-fresh, fast-casual restaurant Flower Child is opening its third outpost in the Heights. Slated to open next year, Flower Child will be included in the 30,000-square-foot lifestyle destination space, Market at Houston Heights, 1533 N. Shepherd Dr.
The restaurant will be placed on the northern endcap of the two-story building and will incorporate Flower Child’s playful branding and color palette, complete with a wraparound terrace.
Changes coming to Alice Blue
Chef Brandi Key is teaming up with owner Claire Smith of Alice Blue, 250 W. 19th St., as the operating partner and culinary director.
According to the Houston Chronicle, Key’s first change to Alice Blue was to create a new American bistro menu, which is now available.