Pretty soon White Oak Street in the Heights will be awash with hops, and that's okay with us. After D'Amico's moved from this location to LaCenterra in Katy, Hospitality USA (HUSA) quickly replaced the Heights space with another one of its partners: City Oven, a pizza and beer joint. While both City Oven and D'Amico's partner with HUSA—as do Sherlock's, Local Pour and a few others—the new Heights-area restaurant is completely different from the Italian spot that once occupied 2802 White Oak.
City Oven, which has been under construction for the last few months, has set a tentative opening date of September 3rd and has already installed a wood-fired brick oven and 15 beer taps. The menu will feature about 9 different pizza options from the classics to more adventurous selections. Bar manager Will Munn tells Eater that they want to feature beer options "that people around the Heights want to drink, and some stuff you don't see too often." They'll be pouring everything from Bud and Miller to Victory and Big Sky, as well as some local breweries. Munn says that they'll have about 4 to 45 different craft beer options between the tap wall and bottles.
·City Oven [Facebook]
·HUSA [Official Site]
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