FM Kitchen & Bar coming to Montrose

FM Kitchen & Bar will open a location on Westheimer Road in late fall 2019.

FM Kitchen & Bar will open a location on Westheimer Road in late fall 2019.

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FM Kitchen & Bar, known for its burgers and Southern comfort food, will open its second location in Montrose later this fall, a news release announced Sept. 12.

Unlike the original Heights location at 907 Westheimer Road, Ste. C, FM Montrose will have be smaller and will have less of a sports bar atmosphere.

"The Montrose neighborhood really inspired our vision and interpretation of FM in this building,” Chef Ryan Hildebrand said in the release. “It’s more intimate. There’s more foot traffic, and the bar is a significant element of the space.”

Diners will see some of the same brunch and dinner offerings as well as new cocktails and a late night menu. www.fmkitchenandbar.com
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By Emma Whalen

Emma is Community Impact Newspaper's Houston City Hall reporter. Previously, she covered health care and public education in Austin.


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