The Heights-based beer garden has opened a second area location in the Rice Military and Washington Avenue areas.
On Tuesday, Kirby Group opened a second spot at 3905 Washington Avenue called Bayou Heights Beer Garden, according to a company news release. This group was established at 1433 N. Shepherd Dr.
The Bayou Heights Beer Garten will offer signature cocktails, beer and wine, and an expansive patio with covered seating for all-weather events, according to the bar. Led by beverage director Joel Ramirez and general manager Dave Minda, the cocktail program features 74 craft beers and 16 of his wines, according to a news release, along with signature rebates and coffees.
Among the options are the Funny Car made with Bourbon, Lemon, Rhubarb, Raspberry Syrup and Meretti, and the Silent Disco made with Gin, Watermelon, Lemon, Absinthe and Cucumber. Menu options include sandwiches such as homemade pretzels, brisket grilled cheese, and smoked pulled pork.
For more information, follow @bayouheightsbiergarten on social media or visit thekirbygrouphtx.com.
Hugs and Donuts will close on January 28th
The popular Heights Donut Shop will serve its last customers later this month after being in business for almost a decade.
Hugs and Donuts, 1901 N. Shepherd Dr. Suite 4 announced on Instagram on January 14 that the store will be closing at the close of business on January 28.
And we are asking the community to come pick up the donuts until the last day.
“We have persevered and persevered through COVID uncertainty, supply chain issues, employee shortages and high raw material prices,” the store wrote. We will miss our regular customers, the smell of freshly brewed Kat’s Coffee, and freshly baked donuts, but we know the decisions we make have a bright future.”