Officials with Duckstache Hospitality have announced plans for two new concepts at Autry Park, including a Japanese-focused sushi eatery and an intimate Japanese cocktail bar.

Both projects will be located on the ground floor of the Hanover Park mid-rise, according to a May 30 news release. Duckstache is the same group behind other Houston area Japanese eateries, including Handies Duozo, a handroll sushi restaurant on White Oak Drive in the Heights, and Aiko, a Japanese restaurant on Washington Avenue in the Old Sixth Ward.

The concepts, called Doko and Bar Doko, are both slated to open in the fall.

Doko, the sushi concept, will seek to make creative dishes out of traditional sushi favorites, according to the release. Guests can also try a selection of nigiri that will be flown in from Toyosu Market in Japan. The space will seat 50 guests in a dining room area with room for another 12 at a bar that will offer sake-forward cocktails.

Meanwhile, Bar Doko will provide 600-square-feet for a curated menu of Japanese-inspired cocktails.

“Autry Park is an amazing opportunity to continue to showcase our culinary creativity in a unique setting,” Duckstache co-founder Andrew Lin said in a statement. “We look to evolve our offering in Japanese cuisine to provide our guests with memorable dining experiences.”

Other concepts announced for Autry Park, which can be found at the southeast corner of Allen Parkway and Shepherd Drive, include Lick Honest Ice Creams, the combination fitness studio and cafe DUO, the lobster restaurant MF Lobster & Ceviche, and a Vietnamese/French restaurant Annam.