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Look at out these five new cafe openings in Houston, Katy, Spring

A variety of dishes from Tarka Indian Kitchen, which has opened a new spot in Westchase. Image: Tarka Indian Kitchen

New Tarka Indian Kitchen area opens in Westchase

The quick-relaxed Tarka Indian Kitchen has opened a new location at 10550 Westheimer in Westchase, the fourth Tarka in the Houston area. The cafe is regarded for is genuine curries, kebabs and biryani dishes, as properly as new vegan and vegetarian objects. To rejoice the new opening, Tarka is donating a part of gross sales July 5-11 to Daya, a nonprofit that empowers South Asian survivors of domestic and sexual violence. The new cafe will be open up daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Gyro Republic expands in Houston with two new areas

Gyro Republic, the build-your-personal salad, rice bowl, and pita sandwich principle, is increasing in Houston with two new places. The 1st is expected to open up mid-July at 4808 Waterview Town Middle Dr. at Waterview Town Center in Richmond. The next, coming late summer time, will be at 7549 Southwest Fwy. at The Pillars at HBU. Additionally, founder and CEO Rehan Ranpuri is wanting to boost Gryo Republic’s footprint in Houston considerably. New destinations are currently being regarded in the Heights, Midtown, Montrose, Westchase and West Houston.

The Halal Men opening to start with Katy restaurant

Katy will get its initially Halal Men cafe when the rapidly-relaxed Halal brand opens in August at 23703 Cinco Ranch Blvd. The address is adjacent to the a short while ago opened Layne’s Hen Fingers, owned by Halal Guys franchisee Masroor Fatany. The Katy location will be Fatany’s seventh Houston-region Halal Guys. The 1,800-square-foot retail outlet with seating for 32 inside of, will serve a menu of gyros, falafel, and combo platters with white and incredibly hot sauces. Fatany designs to open a Halal Fellas in Pearland afterwards this summertime. On June 26 Fatany opened the 1st region spot of Layne’s Chicken Fingers, the legendary School Station restaurant, at 23703 Cinco Ranch Blvd.

Abu Omar Halal to open up new meals truck in Better Heights

Abu Omar Halal, Houston’s initial Halal based food stuff truck, is opening its 11th Houston space site, a meals truck at 2424 Yale on July 10. Launched in 2011, the model has now grown to 24 food trucks and brick-and-mortar eating places in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Florida, and North Carolina.
For the new Larger Heights spot, Abu Omar will mark the grand opening with complimentary servings of baklava even though provides past on July 10 from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Abu Omar Halal is regarded for its Mediterranean dishes this kind of as sandwiches (gyros, shawarma, and wraps), salad and rice bowls, kebabs, and falafel. 

New Buffalo Wild Wings GO opens in Spring

Buffalo Wild Wings debuted its first GO location in the Houston industry on June 23 at 18602 Kuykendahl at Louetta in Spring. Buffalo Wild Wings GO is the chain’s new takeout and supply-centered product for the brand’s signature chicken wings and sauces, boneless tenders, and rooster sandwiches. Applying the GO format, friends buy in advance and pick up their food from heated takeout lockers. The area also gives a stroll-up counter, digital menu boards, and constrained seating. 

“I am thrilled to introduce the new Buffalo Wild Wings GO design to the Houston marketplace,” explained Lyle Tick, president, Buffalo Wild Wings. “Our takeout and shipping and delivery business grew substantially in 2020 as friends throughout America relished our award-successful wings, sauces and other menu things at home.”
The new area will be open up 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday by Thursday and 11 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday. Order from buffalowildwings.com/en/bww-go.

Greg Morago writes about food items for the Houston Chronicle. Stick to him on Fb or Twitter. Send out him news tips at [email protected] Listen to him on our BBQ Point out of Thoughts podcast to discover about Houston and Texas barbecue tradition.





  • Greg Morago

    Greg Morago was a options editor and reporter for The Hartford Courant for 25 many years ahead of becoming a member of the Houston Chronicle as foodstuff editor in 2009. He writes about food stuff, dining places, spirits, vacation, style and beauty. He is a native Arizonan and member of the Pima tribe of the Gila River Indian Community.