16 restaurants that opened in the Lake Houston area in 2020 or are coming soon in 2021

Sixteen restaurants opened in the Lake Houston area in 2020 or are coming soon in 2021. (Courtesy Blue Lagoon Bar & Grill)
Sixteen restaurants opened in the Lake Houston area in 2020 or are coming soon in 2021. (Courtesy Blue Lagoon Bar & Grill)

Sixteen restaurants opened in the Lake Houston area in 2020 or are coming soon in 2021. (Courtesy Blue Lagoon Bar & Grill)

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Burger Buzz opened in mid-January in the Deerbrook Mall. (Courtesy Burger Buzz)
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Pit Row Pit Stop Diner opened in September in New Caney. (Courtesy Pit Row Pit Stop Diner)
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Taste of Paris Creperie & Cafe will open in the West Lake Village shopping center in January. (Courtesy Taste of Paris Creperie & Cafe)
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Miya Ramen Bistro serves a variety of Japanese-style dishes, including bento boxes, ramen and poke bowls. (Courtesy Miya Ramen Bistro) Miya Ramen Bistro
These restaurants opened in the Lake Houston, Humble and Kingwood areas in 2020 or are coming soon. This list is not comprehensive.

Key

$: Average entrees up to $9.99

$$: Average entrees $10-$19.99

$$$: Average entrees $20 or more


B: Breakfast/brunch

H: Happy hour

K: Kids menu

AMERICAN

1. Big City Wings (Coming late January 2021)

9240 N. Sam Houston Parkway E., Ste. 101, Humble

832-781-4950

www.bigcitywings.com

$$ H

2. Blue Lagoon Bar & Grill

15808 Crystal Terrace Drive, Humble

281-609-4033

www.bluelagoonbargrill.com

$$ H K

3. Burger Buzz

20131 Hwy. 59 N., Ste. 2132, Humble

346-345-0017

www.facebook.com/burgerbuzzon

$ K

4. Pit Row Pit Stop Diner

19857 FM 1485, New Caney

832-479-8885

www.facebook.com/108027110617260

$ K

5. Taste of Paris Creperie & Cafe

12230 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Ste. 115, Houston

832-243-5028

www.tasteofpariscreperie.com

$ B K

GREEK

Taste of Greek

4526 Kingwood Drive, Kingwood

832-335-7587

www.tasteofgreek.wixsite.com

$$ K

ITALIAN

7. Bocca Italian Kitchen

250 Assay St., Ste. 100, Houston

281-741-0203

www.boccahtx.com

$$$ B H

8. Italiano’s Restaurant

1414 Northpark Drive, Kingwood

281-747-7243

www.italianosrestaurant.net

$$ K

JAPANESE

9. Miya Ramen Bistro

4535 Kingwood Drive, Ste. 100, Kingwood

832-777-1973

www.miyaramenbistro.com

$ K

MEDITERRANEAN

10. Hash Nash Cafe

22730 Loop 494, Kingwood

832-208-2927

The business does not have a website.

$$

MEXICAN

11. Chachi’s Next Door

2845 W. Town Center Circle, Kingwood

346-345-2076

www.facebook.com/108543984269156

$$ H

12. El Tiempo Cantina

1414 Northpark Drive, Kingwood

281-973-2424

www.eltiempocantina.com/kingwood

$$

13. Los Hermanos Taquerias

5006 Atascocita Road, Ste. A, Atascocita

281-973-4548

www.facebook.com/lhtacos

$

PIZZA

14. Dolce & Cannoli Pizzeria

20131 Hwy. 59 N., Ste. 1150, Humble

346-323-7476

www.dolceandcannoli.com

$$

15. Lupo Pizzeria

250 Assay St., Ste. 100, Houston

281-741-0342

www.lupohtx.com

$$ B H

SEAFOOD

16. AV Star Fish

23741 Hwy. 59, Ste. B-04, Porter

281-747-7082

www.facebook.com/av.starfish

$$

By Andy Li
Originally from Boone, North Carolina, Andy Li is a graduate of East Carolina University with degrees in Communication with a concentration in Journalism and Political Science. While in school, he worked as a performing arts reporter, news, arts and copy editor and a columnist at the campus newspaper, The East Carolinian. He also had the privilege to work with NPR’s Next Generation Radio, a project for student journalists exploring radio news. Moving to Houston in May 2019, he now works as the reporter for the Conroe/Montgomery edition of Community Impact Newspaper.
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Editor, Lake Houston | Humble | Kingwood

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