AUGUST ROUNDUP: 6 restaurants launching soon in The Woodlands and northern Spring

Chicken Salad Chick is coming soon to northern Spring. (Courtesy Chicken Salad Chick)
Chicken Salad Chick is coming soon to northern Spring. (Courtesy Chicken Salad Chick)

Chicken Salad Chick is coming soon to northern Spring. (Courtesy Chicken Salad Chick)

Several eateries are anticipating openings around The Woodlands and Spring in the coming weeks and months, including these six locations.



Opening this week: Whiskey Cake Kitchen & Bar

The Texas-based American kitchen and bar will launch its newest restaurant Sept. 8 in Oak Ridge North. Located at 27800 I-45 N., the approximately 9,000-square-foot eatery will offer Whiskey Cake's menu of farm-to-table fare and cocktails in its industrial-style tavern and dog-friendly patio space.

Opening this week: Chicken Salad Chick


The Southern-style fast-casual Chicken Salad Chick chain will open its newest location at 4161 Riley Fuzzel Road, Spring, on Sept. 2. To mark the launch, the new location's first 100 guests will receive free food items or merchandise from Sept. 2-5.

Coming soon: Pepperoni's

Pepperoni's first North Houston pizzeria is expected to open off the Grand Parkway in September. The new franchise location at 3235 Riley Fuzzel Road, Ste. 200, Spring, will operate on a to-go and delivery basis for menu items including pizza, chicken wings, salad and dessert following its launch.

Coming soon: Shogun Japanese Grill and Sushi Bar-Gyusho

A 6,000-square-foot location of Shogun Japanese Grill and Sushi Bar is coming to the Harmony area in Spring. A September launch is anticipated for for the Japanese eatery at 3532 Harmony Commons Drive, Spring.

Coming soon: Creamistry

The Woodlands Mall management said a new location of the liquid nitrogen ice cream chain Creamistry will open at the shopping center before October. Creamistry offers both ice cream scoops and milkshakes from dairy, vegan and fruit bases.

Coming soon: Tony's Italian Delicatessen

Following its Aug. 25 delivery service expansion into Spring, Montgomery-based Tony's Italian Delicatessen said it will be opening a new local deli in the area before the end of the year. Tony's will launch in Spring with a dining room, patio space and drive-thru near Kuykendahl and West Rayford roads offering sandwiches, salad and stromboli.
By Ben Thompson
Ben joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2019 as a reporter for The Woodlands area and began working as Austin's City Hall reporter in April 2021.


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