Menu items at Adriatic Cafe include pasta, pizzas, calzones, seafood and other Italian classics. Adriatic Cafe Italian Grill (Courtesy Adriatic Cafe)
Restaurant officials announced Aug. 3 that local Italian eatery Adriatic Cafe, 17402 Hwy. 290, Jersey Village, was damaged due to a fire. The restaurant will be closed until further notice as renovations take place.
Adriatic Cafe opened its original location in Jersey Village in fall 2012. The business has since opened additional locations at 19004 Windsor Pointe Drive, Tomball, and 19380 I-45 N., Ste. 160, Spring. Menu items include pasta, pizzas, calzones, seafood and other Italian classics. www.adriaticcafe.com
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