Genghis Grill reopens in The Woodlands Town Center following renovation

The restaurant opened with updated decor and a new takeout area in January. (Courtesy Genghis Grill)
The restaurant opened with updated decor and a new takeout area in January. (Courtesy Genghis Grill)

The restaurant opened with updated decor and a new takeout area in January. (Courtesy Genghis Grill)

The customizable stir-fry restaurant Genghis Grill reopened Jan. 21 in The Woodlands Town Center following a temporary closure for remodeling work earlier in the month. The Woodlands eatery at 9300 Six Pines Drive, Ste. 100A, is Genghis Grill's first Greater Houston-area location to be renovated with updates including colored booths, interior and exterior decorating, and a new pickup area for takeout orders.

"We are thrilled to reopen and debut our new prototype in Houston,” said Scott Nietschmann, Genghis Grill's director of Houston operations, in a statement. “We are extremely excited for our guests to enjoy the updated restaurant as they create the customizable dining experience that Genghis Grill is renowned for."


Genghis Grill was founded in 1998 and has grown to nearly 60 locations across the U.S. The stir-fry chain's menu includes dozens of ingredients and sauces for stir-fry bowl creations, in addition to appetizers and desserts. 281-363-4745. www.genghisgrill.com
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