What do you think of the new brunch restaurant in Houston?
A new brunch menu is coming to Houston, with the opening of a new restaurant in the heart of the city’s Downtown Houston.
The Houston Chronicle reported that the new restaurant, The Bistro, will be named after the iconic Houston bar the Bistros and the Houston skyline.
The new restaurant will feature a menu featuring dishes that are inspired by the city and its landmarks, including The Bier Baron, the Biergarten, the Hula Club and the Tiki Room.
The Biscuit Factory, the new rooftop restaurant, will also feature a new menu.
Houston’s Bistronauts have won the Houston Restaurant Association’s Seafood Challenge three times and the Seafood Capital of America twice.
The restaurant’s menu will feature dishes inspired by Houston’s diverse cuisine and history, with items from local and regional ingredients, as well as seafood inspired by local and seasonal ingredients.
The Bistromasters, whose menu will be available starting Tuesday, are the first restaurant in Texas to be awarded a Seafood City designation.
The group was founded in 2013 by the Houston-based restaurant chain The Bismarck Steakhouse.
The group also has locations in the Bayou City, the Houston suburbs and Houston.
The Houston restaurant group is part of the National Restaurant Association, which was founded by the National Federation of Independent Restaurants.
Houston restaurateur and Houston Restaurant News President Dan Boulton said that the group will be able to offer more than just the traditional Bistreme and Bistropo dishes.
Boulson said the group has been looking for a restaurant location for many years and they wanted to be able get the location right.
The restaurant will also be located on the second floor of a former warehouse that is now home to an energy and utility facility.
The warehouse was originally constructed in 1962 and was used for construction of the Houston Ship Channel, according to Houston ShipChannel.
The news of the restaurant’s opening was first reported by Houston Magazine.