Pizza, beer and hot chicken: 3 Montrose-area restaurants coming soon

Home Slice Pizza
Austin-based Home Slice Pizza confirmed plans in March that it will open its first Houston location at 3701 Travis St., in Midtown sometime this fall. (Courtesy Home Slice Pizza)

Austin-based Home Slice Pizza confirmed plans in March that it will open its first Houston location at 3701 Travis St., in Midtown sometime this fall. (Courtesy Home Slice Pizza)

Here are three restaurant updates to know in the Montrose area this month.

The North Houston area brewery Southern Yankee Beer Co. is developing a new concept called Southern Yankee Crafthouse at 1312 W. Alabama St., Houston. The restaurant will serve Southern Yankee brews and other drink options along with wood-fired dishes. According to social media posts, the former Good Dog location is being renovated to add more outdoor seating, including a covered patio. An opening date has not been announced. www.facebook.com/soyankcrafthouse


Austin-based Home Slice Pizza confirmed plans in March that it will open its first Houston location at 3701 Travis St., in Midtown sometime this fall. The location will primarily serve to-go and delivery orders, including its signature walk-up window that stays open late, but it will also have a large patio space and a handful of indoor dine-in booths. www.homeslicepizza.com

Howdy Hot Chicken is bringing its fiery fried chicken sandwiches, wraps, loaded fries and more to a new location at 3520 S. Shepherd Drive. The restaurant, whose ingredients are 100% Halal, opened a Sugar Land location in July. An opening date for the Montrose-area location has not been announced. www.howdyhotchicken.com