Sunday brunch at King’s BierHaus
King’s BierHaus began serving Sunday brunch on March 11, giving their menu a playful touch. As reported by the Houston Chronicle, their menu includes the Hangover Sandwich, King’s Benedict, Strammer Max, Holstein Schnitzel, and Vienna Hash. Brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Vegan festival to hit Houston
Many doubt the vegan festival, Vegandale will draw a large crowd in meat loving Houston, but if there’s one thing Houstonian’s love as much as a good steak it’s trying new food. According to Houstionia the festival will be take place June 2nd.
Sweet Cup & Gelato expands
Managing editor Christina Martinez sat down with Sweet Cup’s own Jasmine Chida and got the scoop on the new location on Ella Blvd and future distribution.
Avid Coffee experimenting with location
Co-owner of Avid Coffee Co Matthew McKenzie is eyeing a possible brick and mortar at the 34th St. and Ella retail center. Before continuing with any plans, McKenzie will be testing the foot traffic at that location. If everything falls into place the coffee shop will be neighbors with Pop & Pan, Sing, and more.
Kukuri disappears mysteriously
The sushi restaurant, Kukuri has departed Washington Ave. according to Eater Houston. The lease has been terminated and there is a “for lease” sign up on the door. The reason for the departure has yet to be announced but speculation revolves around the Chef’s car accident keeping him unable to provide the same service.
What’s next for the Oak Forest Chill
Concerns are floating around about the Oak Forest Chill. Since its closure some residents are worried the location will be turned into something that doesn’t quite fit the neighborhood. A commenter on Nextdoor who answered a question regarding the Chill said it would be remodeled this year as a restaurant. They’re just waiting on the remodeling plans to get approved by the city. The new restaurant will be in partnership with a successful restaurateur familiar with the area.
Why Prince’s was short lived
The Prince’s on Ella Blvd was the last one standing in Houston. The closure was due to Harvey’s massive flooding, and they were unable to bounce back. In an interview with the Houston Chronicle in February, owner John Brossard said that prince’s will be back. Where the new location will be and who will take their place on Ella has also yet to be revealed.
Fiesta Tacos replaced
After trying to keep the matriarch’s legacy alive, the family behind Fiesta Tacos made an ill decision in allowing someone else to manage the restaurant. Due to bad decisions, the location has been taken over by another restaurant, Don Pablito’s. After having their grand opening on March 8, many reviews are saying the tacos are best in the neighborhood.
Randall’s on 34th to close
Why the grocery chain decided to close its 34th St. location hasn’t been officially announced, but it’s easy to speculate on. With massive grocery chains like Kroger, HEB, and Walmart to compete with, the smaller chain was sure to struggle to keep up. Even so, El Ahorro Supermarket is rumored to move into the space after Randall’s closes.
Pinch Seafood mysterious disappearance
When Pinch Seafood closed we attempted to contact the management team to find out what happened. Unfortunately, there has yet to be any response. What we do know is that the landlord was unaware of the restaurants apparent overnight move out, so they changed the locks. To add to the mystery, Pinch Seafood’s Facebook page was taken down at their closure.