Ginger & Fork is ready to make their debut in the neighborhood, announcing their grand opening date for March 15. Housed in the previous La Fisheria location off of Inker, Ginger & Fork will be offering their take on Chinese cuisine.
“Ginger & Fork will introduce many native Chinese ingredients to Houston’s inner city diners, in the form of exotic dishes as influenced by Hong Kong and the Canton provinces of China, paired with amazing wines and exceptional craft cocktails,” Ginger & Fork owner Mary Li said. “And yes, the recipes are my own creation.”
The restaurant’s soft opening debuts this week from Wednesday, March 2 on thru Saturday, March 5. Visit them online for opening hours.
Ginger & Fork is located at 4705 Inker St.
What is going in on 19th Street?
The previous 18 Hands Gallery at 249 W 19th St. has closed doors. Now with the space vacant, a sign hangs for an alcohol “club” permit.
Per a neighbor tip, alleged tenants are a national olive oil and wine shop – We Olive. Stay tuned for more updates.
Liberty Kitchen comes to GOOF
Another permit has recently been hung in the Garden Oaks area with Liberty Kitchen requesting permit to sell mixed beverages.
The newest location will be coming in at 3715 Alba St., a location where Miguel Facundo had once planned to open a restaurant.