The Union Kitchen to open Kingwood location
- Written by Andrea Waguespack
Cutline: Creme de la creme: The Union Kitchen serves up Creme Brulee Bread Pudding. This Houston-based restaurant opens a Kingwood location in November. Kingwood is about to get tastier. The Union Kitchen, which has been a homegrown staple in Houston’s Bellaire and Memorial areas, is opening up a Kingwood location in November. The Kingwood location, along U.S. 59 in the Northpark Shopping Center, will be The Union Kitchen’s third restaurant in as many years. The owner has a recipe for success that will no doubt ensure this third time will also be a charm. “We pride ourselves in serving only the highest quality food and drink at very reasonable prices that will keep customers coming back,” said Paul Miller, owner of the Union Kitchen. Upscale, yet affordable. That’s food for thought. What’s more, this restaurant’s menu offers a wide variety of fare from filet mignon and pork chops to pasta and omelets. Have a sweet tooth? The Union Kitchen has that covered. “My favorite dessert is the Creme Brûlée Bread Pudding,” said Miller. “It is creamy and rich, served warm with a house-made Bailey’s chocolate sauce.” More of a wino than a foodie? The Union Kitchen is two steps ahead of you. “We have an extensive wine list that is always changing and based on the market and what our guests ask for. We simply cannot be beat by any other restaurant,” said Miller. It’s not only the variety of food that keeps customers coming back; it’s the variety of dining options. We put great emphasis on being the local neighborhood restaurant that can meet everyone’s needs from the family with kids to the business event or date night,” said Paul Miller. Not to mention brunch during the weekends and happy hour during the week. Miller says the restaurant will have a regular dining area, as well as three separate areas for banquets and private gatherings. When it’s time to get down to business, The Union Kitchen will serve up a private room that will feature boardroom table seating for 14, along with a big screen television with Apple software for presentations. An additional two banquet rooms will accommodate 25 and 50 guests. As if the dine-in options aren’t enough, The Union Kitchen also caters. So whether you dine in or at home, there’s no doubt The Union Kitchen will feel right at home in Kingwood.