three Issues To Know About Eating In Houston: Openings, Turkey Leg Shack, and Extra

Publisher’s Note: Houston’s restaurant scene is moving pretty quickly. To prevent CultureMap readers from missing out, let’s stop looking for the latest news.

Sugar Land’s nifty new Indian restaurant has opened its doors. Mahesh’s Kitchen started on Friday September 10th in the former turquoise grill (16019 City Walk).

Open every day for lunch and dinner, Mahesh’s kitchen wants to attract attention with a sophisticated spice program. The restaurant receives quarterly deliveries of spice mixes prepared in India under the supervision of co-owner’s aunt Neelesh Musale. Look for dishes like Butter Chicken, Goan Shrimp Shrimp, Mango Habanero Salmon, and Chinese Noodle Chat.

Fans of the University of Houston Cougars will find a new dining option at the TDECU Stadium. Turkey thigh hat will operate a booth in the East End Zone starting with the games against Grambling St. on September 18th. Fans can shop for the restaurant’s signature stuffed turkey legs and cajun bowls (dirty rice and lobster mac and cheese with blackened salmon, grilled with shrimp and alfredo sauce).

Co-founder Nakia Price holds a degree in business administration from the University of Applied Sciences. Her Third Ward restaurant has become a hit with visiting celebrities and everyday Houstonians who line up for a sample every day.

Brio Italian grill has reopened its Woodlands Mall location. Recently acquired by Earl Enterprises (parent company Planet Hollywood, Buca di Beppo and others), the restaurant is currently open Monday through Friday from 4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and on weekends from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. for dinner, opens but every day at 11 a.m. from September 20th. As part of the reopening, the Italian-inspired restaurant will also introduce a completely new Sunday brunch menu.

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