An Atlanta-primarily based Asian cafe chain designs to open up its very first Texas location this yr in the Washington Avenue place.
Tin Drum, 1111 Shepherd Dr. Ste. #100, will established up store at The Vic at the Interpose, a luxury condominium complicated, according to a filing with the Texas Section of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR).
Renovations on the 2,000-square foot room are established to start Feb. 7 and close Feb. 28 at an approximated price of $150,000, in accordance to a TDLR filing.
The restaurant is a “hip Pan-Asian cafe motivated by the hustle and bustle of the streets of Asia,” in accordance to its web site, and serves a selection of ramen bowls, wok-tossed noodle bowls, stir frys and extra.
The Chief sent an e-mail to the restaurant’s company headquarters and a text message and cellphone phone to co-operator Faizan Momin on Tuesday requesting supplemental details about the programs for the new place. Individuals messages had been not promptly returned.
For additional data, take a look at tindrumasiankitchen.com.
Cedar Creek Bar & Grill to host Gumbo Cook Off
Lovers of gumbo, craft beer and are living new music will be in for a treat this weekend.
Cedar Creek Cafe Bar & Grill, 1034 W. 20th St., will hold its fourth yearly Gumbo Cook Off from 1-6 p.m. Saturday.
Company can take pleasure in gumbo, beverages, games and music from Heights Funk Collective and DJ Dayta, and also have the possibility to vote for the “People’s Option Winner.”
The choose panel for the occasion consists of Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez, a Heights indigenous, and KPRC 2 Meteorologist Justin Stapleton, according to a information launch from Sara Jackson.
The contestants will be judged by means of a blind tasting and evaluated primarily based on taste, texture, ingredients, roux (the base for the gumbo) and creativeness. The grand prize winner will be awarded $500.
Quite a few neighborhood breweries and distilleries are slated to take part in the cook-off, including Martin House Brewery, Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co., Eureka Heights Brew Co., Saint Arnold Brewing Business, Karbach Brewing Co., Austin Eastciders, Unlawful Mezcal, Boulevard Brewery and Texas Leaguer Brewery.
Tickets to the function expense $25, and the proceeds from the event will reward Summerhouse Houston, a regional nonprofit that supports grownups with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
For tickets or additional info, visit cedarcreekcafe.com.
Tamale Joint coming to Oak Forest
A new cafe specializing in hand-wrapped tamales, to-go margaritas and Mexican road meals is headed to Oak Forest.
The Unique Tamale Joint, 3352 E. T.C. Jester Blvd., will be open up for dine-in this summer season, in accordance to its site. The cafe posted on its Instagram story Tuesday images of its signal staying set up outside the house its new space.
The restaurant’s several hours of procedure will be 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday-Sunday.
For much more data, stop by thetamalejoint.com.