Two new restaurants announced for District West development in Katy

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Two new restaurants, Los Cucos Mexican Restaurant and Brazilian Steakhouse Gauchos Do Sul announced plans to open locations at the District West development in Katy. District West is a 500,000 square-foot development project that will bring of mix of retail, office, health care, restaurants and other businesses, according to a press release from the restaurants.

Gauchos Do Sul stated in a release it plans to open its second Katy location by early next year. The restaurant will be located on the southwest corner of Westpark Tollway and Peek Road, according to the release.

In a separate release, Los Cucos Mexican Restaurant announced plans for another Katy location in the same development. An opening date for the location has not been confirmed.

“We’re excited to announce our newest location coming soon to the District West Shopping Center,” Sergio Cabrera Jr., an owner of the Los Cucos chain, said in the release.

Other businesses planned for District West include Vida Mariscos, Whiskey River and Star Cinema Grill, according to the release.
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