Spring, TX – June 11, 2018: Although the Spring area has an abundance of dining options, it’s always a good idea to try something new and support our local businesses. Next time you’re craving something delicious, consider visiting these hidden gems that are worth the find:
Cape Cod Cafe, 19640 Kuykendahl Rd.
The family-friendly Cape Cod Cafe brings the fresh taste of New England to the seafood lovers of Spring at an affordable price. Originally from Foxborough, Massachusetts, chef and owner David Martin strives to ensure the high quality and taste of items presented on each plate that are straight from the Cape. Be be sure to connect with Cape Cod Cafe on Facebook to stay up-to-date with chef-inspired weekend specials. To view the menu, hours, and daily/weekly specials, visit the website.
Wholesome Bites, 25442 Aldine Westfield Rd.
Wholesome Bites was created on the principle of convenience. Mother of three, owner Jennifer Hinson wanted to offer families delicious prepared meals that they can feel good about serving. All ingredients used in every meal include grass fed, antibiotic-free meats and organic produce delivered from a local farm in Conroe. Meals are available for pick-up or delivery. Spend more time with your family – call Wholesome Bites for an oven-ready meal today.
The Black Sheep Bistro, 326 Main St.
Experience local fine dining for all eating occasions at The Black Sheep Bistro. Husband and wife owned, the upscale restaurant is located in the heart of Old Town Spring. This Italian and Greek inspired restaurant offers delicious starters and entrees with exquisite presentation – including soy and gluten free items. Every Thursday, enjoy $10 wine tastings with your spouse or girlfriends. To view the menu and operating hours, visit the website
Bailey’s Restaurant, 17032 Stuebner Airline Rd.
Take your taste buds back to your mother’s kitchen at this family-style eatery. Bailey’s southern-inspired restaurant offers delicious, timeless homey staples, including craft hamburgers, chicken-friend steak, homestyle breakfast, and much more. Located near Klein High School, this hidden treasure never disappoints families seeking breakfast, lunch or dinner with a comfortable atmosphere. Be sure to check Google to view operating hours.
5.ATE Café, 403 E. Louetta Rd.
If you enjoy scaling walls – or are a self-claimed foodie – this restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite. The 5.ATE Café is tucked into the rock walls of the inSPIRE Rock Indoor Climbing and Team Building Center near I-45. This trendy restaurant offers handcrafted, quality delights that are sure to satisfy your cravings. You don’t have to climb heights to impress your family with this hidden gem. For directions, menus and operating hours, visit the website.
SouthernQ BBQ, 16540F Kuykendahl Rd.
Looking for authentic, southern barbecue? Add this family owned and operated joint to the top of your list. Dine on picnic tables as you enjoy mouth-watering, slow smoked barbecue and delicious, homemade sides. For your next family event, bring SouthernQ BBQ straight from the pit to your backyard, as they offer impeccable catering services. To view operating hours and a full menu, visit the website.
Palava Café, 3240 Spring Cypress Rd.
Stop into the locally-owned family entertainment center, Palava, and grab a bite at the Palava Café. This restaurant in-disguise produces fresh, made-from-scratch breakfast, lunch, and dinner items suited for the whole family. Come sit and relax while the kids play, or just come to taste all the goodness! The Palava Café is committed to serving quality food in-house, to-go, or for delivery. For entertainment information, and café hours and menus, visit the website.