Seareinas, Jewboy Subs and more restaurants coming to North Austin

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Mexican seafood restaurant Seareinas will open in North Austin this spring. (Courtesy Seareinas)

Mexican seafood restaurant Seareinas will open in North Austin this spring. (Courtesy Seareinas)

The following seven restaurants have recently opened in North Austin or are opening soon.

1. Austin Daily Press is the latest restaurant to open inside Kitchen Untied Mix at 8023 Burnet Road, Austin. The local sandwich chain launched in the ghost kitchen space March 9 and is now serving tortas, tacos and nacho plates at its new North Austin location. Austin Daily Press remains open at its other three Austin locations. www.austindailypress.com

2. Fast-casual restaurant Humpty’s Wall of Breakfast celebrated its grand opening March 1. The locally owned cafe, located at 8820 Burnet Road, Ste. 502, Austin, offers a build-your-own breakfast bowl menu alongside wraps, vegan dishes and some signature breakfast items. 512-394-5221. www.humptyswall.com

3. Jewboy Sub Shop opened March 23 at 6701 Burnet Road, Austin, in the ground level of the Marq on Burnet apartment complex. This is the second brick-and-mortar for Jewboy, which moved its burger restaurant from its original trailer to Airport Boulevard in 2020. The menu includes carne asada Philly cheesesteaks, Chicken Schnitzel Parm and matzoh ball soup. www.jewboyburgers.com

4. Mother Klucker, a new ghost kitchen restaurant specializing in Thai dish kao mun gai, opened in March at the CloudKitchen space at 5610 N. I-35, Austin. Kao mun gai is a poached chicken and rice popular in Southeast Asia. The concept comes from Char Chongchitmate, who also operates Charoen Express, and Bua Vanitsthian, who runs Chicken as Cluck—both out of the CloudKitchen space. As a ghost kitchen, the restaurant is open only for takeout and delivery. There is no dine-in service. www.motherklucker.cloud


5. Seareinas, a new restaurant from local owners Gabriela and Arturo Bucio, is scheduled to open in April or May at 6607 N. I-35, Austin. The new spot from the owners of Gabriela's Taquero Mucho and Revival Coffee will feature a menu focusing on seafood dishes originating from the coastal Mexican state of Sinaloa. www.seareinasaustin.com

6. National restaurant chain Wingstop in late February opened at 2900 W. Anderson Lane, Ste. B1, Austin. Wingstop specializes in offering chicken wings tossed in signature sauces such as Bayou BBQ and hot lemon flavors. 512-291-6949. www.wingstop.com
By Olivia Aldridge

Multi-Platform Journalist

Olivia hosts and produces Community Impact Newspaper's podcasts, The Austin Breakdown, The Houston Breakdown and The DFW Breakdown. She launched the podcasts after nearly three years as a reporter for the newspaper, covering public health, business, development and Travis County government for the Central Austin edition. Olivia worked as a reporter and producer for South Carolina Public Radio before moving to Texas.