Chicking Out restaurant coming to The Woodlands; live-fire steakhouse coming to Inner Loop and more Houston-area news

Chicking Out serves a variety of grilled chicken options. (Courtesy Chicking Out)
Chicking Out serves a variety of grilled chicken options. (Courtesy Chicking Out)

Chicking Out serves a variety of grilled chicken options. (Courtesy Chicking Out)

Read the latest business and community news from the Greater Houston area.

The Woodlands

Grilled chicken restaurant Chicking Out coming soon to Gosling Road

Chicking Out serves five different marinated grilled chicken options as well as gorditas, chile rellenos, and bean and cheese burritos.

Katy



Howdy Homemade Ice Cream, which supports adults with disabilities, now open in Katy

The ice cream shop’s mission is to support adults with disabilities by hiring, training and employing people with Down syndrome and autism.

Conroe-Montgomery

Fish Creek Animal Hospital opening soon in Montgomery

Owner Dr. Kevin Wheeler said the clinic will specialize in comprehensive and preventive care for small animals, primarily cats and dogs.

Cy-Fair

Wrestling Collector Shop now open in Cy-Fair

The wrestling shop sells new and limited-edition WWE action figures. Shipping options are available online.

Adriatic Cafe temporarily closes Jersey Village location after fire

Restaurant officials announced Aug. 3 that local Italian eatery Adriatic Cafe, 17402 Hwy. 290, Jersey Village, was damaged due to a fire. The restaurant will be closed until further notice as renovations take place.

Heights-River Oaks-Montrose

Live-fire steakhouse to occupy historic building on Allen Parkway

The eatery will be located in a historic building at 3201 Allen Parkway, Ste. E110, Houston, across from The Gordy, a new theater venue operated by Stages Theatre.

Laura Aebi, Danica Lloyd, Emily Jaroszewski, Shawn Arrajj, Jishnu Nair and Ally Bolender contributed to this report.






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A conceptual rendering shows what a high-speed rail station in Dallas could look like. A final design on the station has not yet been released. (Courtesy Texas Central)
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More than 500 people attended the Sept. 23 forum in The Woodlands on incorporation. (Andrew Christman/Community Impact Newspaper)
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The Houston-Harris County Emergency Rental Assistance Program has helped local families avoid eviction during the COVID-19 pandemic. (Courtesy Pixabay)
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Todd Stephens has been superintendent of Magnolia ISD since July 2009. (Photo courtesy Magnolia ISD)
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