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Liberty Kitchen Extends Hours; French Food Truck

HEIGHTSLiberty Kitchen & Oyster Bar in the Heights is extending hours starting this Monday, April 2. They will be open Monday - Friday from 11 a.m. "til the last person leaves." New hours also mean a new late afternoon menu during the week from 2 - 5 p.m. Saturday and Sundays, Liberty Kitchen is serving breakfast and lunch 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., dinner from 5 p.m. "til last person leaves." [Eaterwire]

FOOD TRUCK LAND—The city's first all-French food truck will be ready to hit the streets "mid-to-late" April and is cheekily named L’es-Car-Go. It is owned and operated by Jean-Philippe and Genevieve Guy of Bistro Provence in the Energy Corridor. [Eaterwire]

HEIGHTS—Liberty Kitchen isn't the only Heights restaurant expanding hours. Bakery and coffeeshop, Kraftsmen Cafe, just up the road will be open all seven days of the week starting April 9. [Twitter]

RIVER OAKS—On Tuesday, April 10, Central Market is hosting a cooking class with some of the chefs featured in the Houston cookbook, Green Beans and Guacamole, of which proceeds benefit a local nonprofit. The class is $70 per person and includes a copy of the cookbook. [Eaterwire]

Photo: What will soon become French food truck, L’es-Car-Go. [L’es-Car-Go/Courtesy Photo]

Liberty Kitchen

1050 Studewood Street, Houston, TX 77007

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