22 restaurants that opened in the Bay Area in 2020, 1 coming soon in 2021

Key: $ = Average entree less than $10, $$ = Average entree $10-$19.99, $$$ = Average entree $20 and up

B = Breakfast, H = Happy hour, K = Kids menu

AMERICAN

La Rotisserie House

601 E. Main St., League City


281-525-4170

www.larotisseriehouse.com

$ Temporarily closed

The Toasted Yolk

2535 S. Gulf Freeway, League City

281-729-1053

www.thetoastedyolk.com

$$ B

BEVERAGES

Americano Cafe

2900 NASA Parkway, Seabrook

281-957-7830

www.americanocafe.us

$$

The Drink Station

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

281-549-7986

www.facebook.com/thedrinkstationlc

$

HTeaO

481 W. Bay Area Blvd., Webster

832-835-2182

www.hteao.com

$ H

Java Owl Coffee House

1354 E. NASA Parkway, Ste. J, Houston

281-957-9814

www.facebook.com/javaowlcoffeehouse

$ B Coming soon

CAJUN

Chloe’s Cajun Kitchen

111 W. Bay Area Blvd., Webster

832-932-3759

www.chloescajunmarket.com

$

Kickin’ Kajun Smokehouse

3435 Hwy. 146, Bacliff

832-864-2862

www.kickinkajunsh.com

$$ K

DESSERT

Cakes by Jula

190 S. Gulf Freeway, Ste. B3, League City

832-932-1353

www.cakesbyjula.com

$$

Damn Fine Coffee and Fried Pies

910 Hall Ave., Seabrook

281-942-0954

www.itsdamnfine.com

$

FRENCH

Sweet Paris Creperie & Cafe

700 Baybrook Mall Drive, Ste. H105, Friendswood

346-230-8090

www.sweetparis.com

$$ BK

GREEK

Gyro King

528 Bay Area Blvd., Ste. 600, Webster

281-575-0700

www.gyroking.com

$

ITALIAN

Pizza Lounge

4450 E. Sam Houston Parkway, Ste. A, Pasadena

832-831-2939

www.pizzaloungetogo.com

$ K

Prime Pizza

2508 N. Gulf Freeway, Ste. 102, League City

281-678-8838

www.primepizzaleaguecity.com

$$

JAPANESE

Ohayo Sushi

1027 W. Bay Area Blvd., Webster

281-525-6299

www.ohayosushirestaurant.com

$ K

MEDITERRANEAN

Mediterranean Bites Fusion Grill

16856 Hwy. 3, Webster

281-724-1945

www.mbitesgrill.com

$ K

Mediterraneo Market & Cafe

1400 E. NASA Parkway, Houston

281-333-3180

www.mediterraneomarket.com

$

MEXICAN

Chipotle Mexican Grill

2760 S. Gulf Freeway, League City

281-332-6597

www.chipotle.com

$ K

Fajita Pete’s

201 S. Egret Bay Blvd., Ste. 300, League City

832-263-6899

https://local.fajitapetes.com/league-city

$ K

Los Ramirez Mexican Retaurant

463 Bay Area Blvd., Houston

281-486-9414

www.losramirezmexicanr.wixsite.com/ramirez

$$ BK

Outriggers Fish Taco Co.

1026 Marina Bay Drive, Clear Lake Shores

832-400-8226

www.outriggerstacotruck.com

$

SOUL FOOD

Viola & Agnes’ Neo Soul Cafe

3659 NASA Parkway, Seabrook

281-333-2620

www.neosoulfood.org

$$

TEX-MEX

The Mesquite Grill

16630 El Camino Real, Houston

832-240-4641

www.themesquitegrill.com

$ K
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A native central New Yorker, Colleen Ferguson worked as an editorial intern with the Cy-Fair and Lake Houston | Humble | Kingwood editions of Community Impact before joining the Bay Area team in 2020. Colleen graduated from Syracuse University in 2019, where she worked for the campus's independent student newspaper The Daily Orange, with a degree in Newspaper and Online Journalism from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and a degree in Spanish language and culture. Colleen previously interned with The Journal News/lohud, where she covered the commute in the greater New York City area.
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