Pine Street Eats & Sweets sets spring opening in Tomball

Pine Street Eats & Sweets will open at 107 N. Pine St., Tomball, in the spring. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact Newspaper)
Pine Street Eats & Sweets will open at 107 N. Pine St., Tomball, in the spring. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact Newspaper)

Pine Street Eats & Sweets will open at 107 N. Pine St., Tomball, in the spring. (Adriana Rezal/Community Impact Newspaper)

Pine Street Eats & Sweets is slated to open this spring at 107 N. Pine St., Tomball, according to owner Megan Teismann. As previously reported by Community Impact Newspaper, the business was originally expected to open in January 2020.

"We’ve been building this restaurant for two years, and, hopefully, it’s finally going to open soon," Teismann said.


The business will serve breakfast, lunch and baked goods, specializing in a variety of biscuit sandwiches. 936-231-8667. www.facebook.com/pine-street-eats-sweets-591518631297338
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