PHOTOS: Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar opens off Hwy. 290 in Cy-Fair

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California-based Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar will open July 31 at Cypress Crossing, 20030 Hwy. 290, Houston. A Cy-Fair Houston Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting will take place at 10:30 a.m., and the restaurant will open to the public at 11 a.m.

The menu includes burgers, salads and specialties such as BBQ Bison Meatloaf, Nashville Hot Portobello and the Pork Belly BLT. A cocktail list features the hibiscus margarita and the smoked maple bacon old fashioned, among others.

Inspired by the Rocky Mountain Wyoming landscape, the eatery’s interior features fireplaces and wood accents. Flat-screen TVs are located throughout the bar and patio area, and a dog-friendly patio offers a special menu for dogs.

www.lazydogrestaurants.com

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  1. We ate there this past weekend via private invite. The food was decent, but not spectacular, the prices are about double what I’d expect to pay for the quality of food. One of us had the Bison burger, it was ok.. but bland. The bacon jam was gritty and a bit of a put off. The wings were “ok”, the bbq sauce that came with the wings were terrific. When we asked what sauce it was, nobody knew. Our waitress said it was the BBQ sauce on the table (it’s not, the sauce on the table tasted like KC Masterpiece), a manager said it was teriyaki sauce (it’s not.) The meatloaf was like a hunk of beef surrounded by bacon and BBQ sauce with nothing mixed inside, no veggies, nothing. The fries were ok, but expect to pay $1 more for the “cajun” fries which is the same as the regular fries with a little bit of cajun seasoning sprinkled on top, needed more salt or seasoning or both. One of us asked for a Pot Roast Beef Dip with no onions, it came with onions, we sent it back, it came with onions again. We replaced that with the Grilled 5 Cheese which was nothing to write home about. The last member of our table got the Teriyaki Salmon which was again, just ok. The Sangria was tasty though! All said, this place is better left in California, we have much better food around us here in Houston without the California prices.

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Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper in May 2016 after graduating with a journalism degree from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. She covers public education, local government, business, demographic trends, real estate development, nonprofits and more in the Cy-Fair community.
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