Manna, an artisan bakery, will relocate from 24441 Hwy. 249, Tomball, to 306 Commerce St., Tomball, this fall, according to chef Christin Morse. The bakery opened in the Northpointe area in Tomball in 2017, but Morse said in an interview the initial space was not large enough to accommodate a sit-down cafe as the business's menu was expanding.

“This was our little starter spot, but now i feel like we’re ready, ready to do the real thing," she said.

The new Commerce Street relocation is under renovations as of publication to add a patio and update the facade of the building, Morse said.

In the new space, Morse said Manna will expand to include international flavors, a greater variety of fresh breads—such as seeded breads and naan—and offer breakfast and lunch menus as well as dinner on the weekends. She said she also hopes to offer Navajo tacos on Taco Tuesdays, for example, to diversify the cuisine.

In addition to breads and light fare, the eatery will offer menu items such as sourdough bread bowls with from-scratch soups, brisket stew, chili and international fare, such as migas. The new space will also feature a patio.

“[I'm] seeing it as a gathering place for people and all kinds of new, fresh food ideas," Morse said.