New and coming soon Bay Area restaurants

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AMERICAN


1) Black Bear Diner

2481 Gulf Freeway, League City

281-729-8014

www.blackbeardiner.com

2) Blitz Sports Grill & Party Bar


803 E. NASA Parkway, Ste. 100, Webster

713-622-5489

www.blitz-nasa.com

3) Cafe Dew105 W. Bay Area Blvd., Webster

281-525-4064

www.thecafedew.com

4) Checkers

601 E. NASA Parkway, Webster

346-230-7190

www.checkers.com

5) Gilley’s Entertainment

1400 Calder Road, League City

www.gilleysdallas.com

Coming in 2020

6) Kirk and J’s BBQ

5745 Bayport Blvd., Ste. B, Seabrook

832-261-6975

www.facebook.com/kjbbqtx

7) Mia’s Table

19325 Gulf Freeway, Webster

832-626-0545

www.miastable.com

8) Opus Bistro and Steakhouse

2500 S. Shore Blvd., League City

281-334-5225

www.opusbistro.net

9) Rustika Cafe & Bakery

610 E. Main St., League City

281-554-0044

www.rustikacafe.com

10) Stomp’s Burger Joint

300 W. Bay Area Blvd., Webster

281-724-9297

www.stompsburgerjoint.com

ASIAN


11) The Blue Fish

500 Baybrook Mall Drive, Friendswood

www.thebluefishsushi.com

Coming early 2020

12) Kabuki Japanese Grill and Sushi Bar

2525 S. Gulf Freeway, League City

281-309-9676

www.kabukigrill.com

13) Okii Poke

1416 E. NASA Parkway, Houston

832-632-1692

www.okiipoke.com

14) Pokeworks

1041 W. Bay Area Blvd., Webster

713-528-2509

www.pokeworks.com

15) Royal Buffet Seafood & Sushi

112 N. Gulf Freeway, League City

832-632-2776

royal-buffet-seafood-sushi.business.site

BAKERY


16) El Shaddai Bakery

225 E. NASA Parkway, Ste. C, Webster

281-525-4559

17) Kolache Factory

306 N. Gulf Freeway, League City

281-784-0010

www.kolachefactory.com

BEVERAGES


18) Art of Coffee

1849 El Dorado Blvd., Houston

832-224-9117

www.facebook.com/artofcoffee15

19) Cut Foil

20801 Gulf Freeway, Webster

832-632-1249

www.cutfoil.com

20) Damn Fine Coffee and Fried Pies

910 Hall Ave., Seabrook

281-942-0954

www.itsdamnfine.com

Coming early 2020

21) The Drink Station

3729 E. League City Parkway, Ste. 100, League City

800-485-0854

www.thedrinkstation.com

Coming in 2020

22) Flying Rhino Brewing Company

1126 FM 517, Dickinson

www.flyingrhinobrewing.com

Coming summer 2020

23) HTeaO

481 W. Bay Area Blvd., Webster

www.hteao.com

Coming in 2020

24) Java Owl Coffee House

18021 Upper Bay Road, Nassau Bay

281-957-9814

www.facebook.com/javaowlcoffeehouse

25) World Famous Daiquiris & Margaritas To Go

1235 Clear Lake City Blvd., Ste. A, Houston

281-954-6404

www.facebook.com/pg/worldfamousdaiquiris

CAJUN


26) BB’s Tex-Orleans

1039 W. Bay Area Blvd., Webster

281-767-9644

www.bbstexorleans.com

GERMAN


27) King’s BierHaus828 W. FM 646, League City

281-990-3042

www.kingsbierhaus.com

28) WonderWaffel

500 Baybrook Mall Drive, Friendswood

346-230-0391

www.baybrookmall.com/en/directory/wonder-waffel-26914.html

ITALIAN


29) Aroma’s Italian Grill

1601 W. Main St., League City

281-724-9118

www.aromasitaliangrill.com

30) Dan’s Pizza Wings ‘N’ Beer Deck

800 Bradford Ave., Kemah

832-551-3267

www.danspizzaco.com

MEXICAN


31) Escalante’s Fine Tex-Mex & Tequila

1043 Bay Area Blvd., Webster

713-623-4200

www.escalantes.net

32) Fajita Pete’s

201 FM 270, League City

832-536-1300

www.fajitapetes.com

33) Los Ramirez Mexican Restaurant

463 Bay Area Blvd., Houston

281-486-9414

www.facebook.com/losramirezmexicanrestaurant

Coming in 2020

34) Red River Cantina

1911 E. Main St., League City

281-557-8156

www.redrivercantina.com
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