Restaurant roundup: Cuban, potatoes, cider, Souk, Smoke

Haties owner Tony Alvarez is planning a Cuban restaurant in the old El Padrino taco stand. We’ve heard it’s Cuban tacos, and it’s called C Señor.

Potato Flats, a concept from Phil Romano at Trinity Groves, opens Tuesday, July 1.

Bishop Cider Co. hosts its grand opening from 3-10 p.m. Saturday, July 19. Tickets cost $22 and include a 32-ounce growler, filled for $10; a flight of the brewery’s own three inaugural ciders; and a slice from Zoli’s.

Souk, the Trinity Groves restaurant that initially received poor reviews and changed chefs early on, has turned things around, according to this review from D.

Smoke is nearing its five-year anniversary, and it received a good review from the Observer.

By |2014-06-29T18:03:21-05:00June 30th, 2014|Dining, News, Restaurants|1 Comment

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  1. TonicTuna June 30, 2014 at 8:28 AM

    I think Bishop Arts Cider Co. describes themselves as a “cidery” instead of a “brewery”. It’s also good to see Souk staying on its feet and Smoke still getting the attention it deserves.

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