Impact Roundup: New restaurant Tularosa Southwestern Grill opens in Kingwood, Sports Authority closes in Humble


NOW OPEN: Tularosa Southwestern Grill—the second Kingwood area restaurant concept from RC Gallegos, owner of RC’s NYC Pizza & Pasta—opened in early June.

The restaurant is located at 1522 Kingwood Drive, Kingwood and offers traditional southwestern cuisine. The menu includes New Mexican-style green and red chile enchiladas as well as fajitas, quesadillas, nachos, burgers and steaks.

“Creating the small-town, family feel of my native village of Tulle is important to me,” Gallegos said. “My mother, grandparents, great grandparents, aunts and uncles lived there in the warm, inviting, peaceful landscape. And I want to bring the food and experience to Kingwood.”


Other Impacts: 

NOW OPEN: Humble natives Bianca and Rodrick Bourgeois opened their full-service barbershop The Chop Shop May 3 at 2325 Atascocita Road, Ste. D, Humble. The shop offers shaves, tapers, fades and braiding as well as men and women’s haircuts. 281-446-1270.


NOW OPEN: A new Waffle House location opened in mid-June at 1700 Wilson Rd, Humble, just across from Humble High School.  The Georgia-based diner franchise is open 24/7 and offers an assortment of breakfast and lunch items, such as waffles, eggs, hash browns, hamburgers and sandwiches.

CLOSING: On June 19, Sports Authority will close its location near Deerbrook Mall at 20415 Hwy. 59 North, Humble. On May 2, the nationwide sporting goods chain announced it had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and that the company expects to have access to up to $595 million in debtor-in-possession financing.


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