This week, quench your fall cravings with apple cider doughnuts at Adair Kitchen. Then, check out a new Cuban Cafe on Washington Avenue. Once you’re done, cap your night with wine at a new bar in Montrose offering selections from around the world. Cheers!
Craving Apple Cider Doughnuts?
Adair Kitchen’s brown-sugar-and-cinnamon dusted apple cider doughnuts are now available through Thanksgiving for either $8 dozen or $5 for a box of six. The doughnuts are made from cider sourced from a historic apple cannery in Sebastopol, California. I want one now. [Eater Houston]
New Cuban Cafe on Washington
A Houston couple recently opened a 3,6000 square foot restaurant offering tasty Cuban dishes such as the Ropa vieja, made with slow-cooked shredded beef and tomato-based sauce, and an Afro-Cuban pork dish served with a white bean puree and Creole tomato salad. [Houston Chronicle 🔒]
Spanish Wine Bar Opens In Montrose
A new wine bar featuring 400 selections from the Mediterranean, Spain, and Latin America is now open. Snack on Spanish charcuterie and cheese selections, empanadas, paella, and more delicious goodies. [Houston Chronicle 🔒]