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Hot Houston spots serve up seconds in the suburbs, plus more restaurant news
The world of Houston bars and restaurants moves pretty fast. Those who don't stop to look around might miss something. With that in mind, here's three news items to know about recent opening announcements.
Sweet Paris Crêperie & Café opened its third Houston-area location in Katy's La Centerra shopping district. The restaurant serves sweet and savory crepes, waffles, salads, and panini for breakfast, lunch and dinner. La Centerra has proven to be a popular destination for Houston restaurants heading west; Bernie's Burger Bus, Dish Society, and Peli Peli also have locations there.
True Food Kitchen, the healthy-eating restaurant with a menu guided by the principles of alternative health guru Dr. Andrew Weil's anti-inflammatory diet, will open its second Houston-area location in The Woodlands on May 16. The restaurant caters to gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan diners with its seasonally-inspired menu of bowls, salads, sandwiches, and more. With over 7,000-square-feet of space, the restaurant will be able to seat approximately 170 people inside and 100 on its patio.
Food halls aren't the only new restaurants coming downtown. Market Square Tower — the apartment building with the pool on the 42nd floor — will soon be home to Coterie, a new restaurant from Southside Espresso owner Sean Marshall and business partner Charles Lusk. No details on what kind of food the restaurant will serve when it opens this summer, but the space will feature an interior with furniture and furnishings imported from Italy and a walk-in wine room.