One of Houston's most beloved breakfast institutions will soon have a new home.
French-inspired restaurant LePeep announced Wednesday that it will shutter its location at 4702 Westheimer after 28 years, but fans of the restaurant shouldn't worry. The restaurant is moving 0.3 miles away at the end of November to the Westheimer Oaks development at 4340 Westheimer, which will make it a neighbor of both Eloise Nichols Grill & Liquors and whiskey-obsessed restaurant Bosscat Kitchen & Libations.
The new location will be about the same size, but it will feature an all-new design that includes a 10-seat bar. In addition to serving the same menu that it does currently, both the hours of operation and the entire staff will remain unchanged from one location to another.
“With great parking, the same easy access to 610 and a new look, we’re excited about the new location and providing our devoted customers with the same great offerings and service that they have come to expect over the last 30 years,” operator Brendon Murphy said in a statement.
The biggest change will be that LePeep will serve alcohol for the first time ever. Bloody Marys, mimosas, craft beer, and wine will all be available. After all, pairing breakfast all day with booze has proven to be a winning formula for Snooze, so it only makes sense for LePeep to hop on the trend.