Hip foodie restaurant opening this fall in Lakeland Village Center

Dining out at restaurants that serve fresh, locally grown produce may have you traveling to downtown Houston. Soon, Cypress foodies will be able to feast at a location much closer to home.

This fall, the Lakeland Village Center will welcome the first table-service restaurant to  Bridgeland as well as the surrounding Cypress community, with the opening of Local Table, a farm-to-table style restaurant.

Brought to you by the same family that created Hungry’s, the restaurant will be their second location and will offer similar types of dishes as the menu at their original location. A blend of fresh, never frozen produce sourced from local growers will offer a global smorgasbord of wholesome, yet comfortable food such as meatloaf, quesadillas and gyros incorporating ingredients such as quínoa, kale, and hummus. A children’s menu offers traditional favorites such as chicken fingers, pasta and cheese burgers.

The 30-foot, multi-sided bar will serve guests dining inside and out on the patio. In keeping with the concept of sourcing locally, craft beers will be available to highlight local breweries. The restaurant offers dine-in, take-out, weekend brunch and seasonal menus as well as catering.

Co-owner Shervin Sharifi, who, together with his brother and two cousins, incorporated the ideas of providing a culinary and a social experience, by bringing an inner loop feel to the restaurant. Local Table will be a unique culinary choice for residents and locals to come together with friends for food – to socialize in a fun way – in a kid-friendly environment.

Because of the growth of the area and the opening of Parkland Village, Bridgeland provided the ideal opportunity for Local Table to bring locally sourced produce in a trendy, hip setting to the Cypress suburbs. Information on the grand opening of Local Table is expected to be available this fall.

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