New or upcoming restaurants to check out in The Woodlands area

The Italian French Connection ($45) includes an 8-ounce filet mignon, three French-style shrimp and three large cheese ravioli in a vodka cream sauce.

The Italian French Connection ($45) includes an 8-ounce filet mignon, three French-style shrimp and three large cheese ravioli in a vodka cream sauce.

Several new restaurants opened in The Woodlands area in 2018.

ITALIAN



  1. Bricks & Brews
    32907 Tamina Road, Magnolia
    858-207-8160
    www.brickandbrews.com


2. Dizzy Pies
5447 FM 1488, Magnolia
www.dizzypies.com

3. Nona’s Italian Grill
3091 College Park Drive, Ste, 185, The Woodlands
936-224-3132
www.nonasitaliangrill.com

4. Rosati’s Pizza Pub of The Woodlands
4223 Research Forest Drive, Ste. 950, The Woodlands
832-990-8787
https://myrosatis.com/thewoodlands

5. Sorriso Modern Italian Kitchen
2 Waterway Square Place, The Woodlands
281-419-4300
www.sorrisoitaliankitchen.com

6. Zazza Pizza Cafe
25750 Kuykendahl Road, Tomball
832-534-8479
www.zazzapizzacafe.com

7. Zanti Cucina Italiana
10000 Research Forest Drive, The Woodlands
www.zanticucina.com

BARBECUE


8. BarTex
1810 Rayford Road, Spring
832-510-5264
www.bartexbbq.com

CATERING


9. Apple Spice Catering Co.
25003 Pitkin Road, Ste. F800, Spring
832-585-1493
www.applespice.com

SEAFOOD


10. The Chipper
32907 Tamina Road, Ste. D, Magnolia

11. Maine-ly Sandwiches
7 Switchbud Place, Ste. 194, The Woodlands
281-719-5828
www.mainelysandwiches.com

MEXICAN


12. Julio’s Mexican Grill
544 Sawdust Road, Spring
281-419-5441
www.juliosmexicangrillmagnolia.com

13. Mr. Rico Pollo Loco
25330 Richards Road, Spring
936-648-2595
www.facebook.com/mr.ricopolloloco

SOUTH AMERICAN


14. Peli Peli
1201 Lake Woodlands Drive, The Woodlands
www.pelipeli.com
By Wendy Sturges
A Houston native and graduate of St. Edward's University in Austin, Wendy Sturges has worked as a community journalist covering local government, health care, business and development since 2011. She has worked with Community Impact since 2015 as a reporter and editor and moved to Tennessee in 2019.


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