True Food Kitchen is set to open its newest Texas location right here in The Woodlands in a few weeks.
True Food Kitchen, the award-winning seasonally-inspired restaurant and scratch bar, will open the doors to its second location in the Greater Houston area, and sixth overall in Texas, on May 16 at Market Street in The Woodlands (9595 Six Pines Drive, Suite 150).
Co-founded by integrative medicine expert Dr. Andrew Weil and nine-time James Beard Award nominee for Restaurateur of the Year Sam Fox, True Food Kitchen's progressive and flavor-forward menu is rooted in the principles of Dr. Weil's anti-inflammatory diet and caters to foodie palates and preferences with a variety of gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan offerings for brunch, lunch, dinner and cocktails. The restaurant's regularly rotating menu underscores the brand's commitment to merging wholesome seasonal ingredients and simple preparations to let guests experience produce at the peak of its freshness and flavor.
True Food Kitchen's new Woodlands location will feature approximately 7,300 square feet of indoor and outdoor dining space, including a lively dining room with nearly 170 seats and an open kitchen designed to bring guests closer to the restaurant's culinary craft. The restaurant features an indoor-outdoor bar with a large covered, three-season patio with enough seating for 100 guests. Indoors, vibrant and locally-inspired artwork add a contemporary touch to the earthy color scheme, natural elements and greenery, including indoor / outdoor garden basins filled with fresh herbs and spices. Ecofriendly materials are utilized throughout the restaurant, such as the hardwood floors, and dining chairs made of recycled soda bottles.
Known for selecting and preparing healthy and delicious food using nutrient-rich ingredients, True Food Kitchen - The Woodlands will feature a menu with a mix of signature favorites like the Spaghetti Squash Casserole, Sustainable Seabass, Tuscan Kale Salad, Grilled Fish & Grass-fed Steak Tacos, Inside Out Quinoa Burger, and an assortment of house-made vegan and vegetarian pizzas, among others. The restaurant also features seasonally-inspired dishes like the Spring Asparagus Toast, Miso Glazed Eggplant, Grilled Artichoke & Pesto Pizza, and Seasonal Ingredient Salad. Additionally, True Food serves weekend brunch with a variety of signature dishes like the Sunrise Bowl, Smashed Avocado Toast, and the Quinoa Johnny Cakes. Its antioxidant-packed desserts, include the famed Flourless Chocolate Cake and the seasonal Strawberry & Rhubarb Crisp. The Kids Menu features creative, kid-friendly dishes like the Almond Butter, Banana & Apple Sandwich, Mozzarella & Organic Tomato Pizza and the Chicken Teriyaki Bowl to name a few.
Behind its scratch bar will be natural juices, teas, and refreshers all of which can be paired with organic and gluten-free spirits for a delicious cocktail ripe with flavor - including the Citrus Skinny Margarita, Basil Cucumber Collins, Lemongrass Margarita and the Farmers Market Sangria.
True Food Kitchen - The Woodlands will offer a weekly Happy Hour Monday through Friday from 3:00pm to 6:00pm. A seasonal cocktail and select local beer, wine, small bites and half portions of their signature salads will be available for $5. Half price bottles of wine will be available all day on Mondays.
Prior to the May 16th opening, True Food Kitchen will be hosting a three-week job fair with the goal of hiring approximately 130 talented team members, including servers, hosts/hostesses, prep cooks, pastry cooks, line cooks, wok cooks, back servers, dishwashers, pizza cooks and bartenders. Interested candidates are encouraged to visit www.truefoodkitchen. com/thewoodlands or call 2813647222 for more information.
This will be wonderful! I am excited, so much so that I am going to plan a date around having a meal or two here! Finally, as @TwinTexansFan is saying, actually another place that will serve good, wholesome, healthy, yummy, tasty, food. From a person that would rather not leave home, especially to go someplace other than my own dining room to eat, I would drive across town for this. Of course at least once, provided that it lives up to all that was presented here in this ad.