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Eatsie Boys Shutters, Brings Back Food Truck

Look for a crepe place to replace the popular spot.

The Eatsie Boys food truck.
The Eatsie Boys food truck.
Matt Marcus

The Eatsie Boys have come a long way since launching their food truck and then, in 2012, transforming it into a brick-and-mortar spot. Now, the popular restaurant will be closing its doors on April 30 — opting not to resign its lease — and going back to the food truck concept, focusing on that as well as catering and ice cream. Find the food truck parked outside of the Eatsie Boys partners' other project, 8th Wonder Brewery, as the team directs its attention there following the collaboration with Silver Eagle Distributors. Expect the food truck to be at the taproom Wednesday through Sunday, serving food including a Brewery Brunch every Saturday and Sunday starting at noon. Quoth Houstonia, "We'll have some classic truck items, a few cafe items, and really push hard on a new taproom menu, with wing nights, burger nights, steak nights."

And replacing Eatsie Boys on Montrose Boulevard? Melange Creperie, currently operating outside of Mango's at Westheimer and Taft.

Eatsie Boys Cafe

4100 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX 77006 (713) 524-3737 Visit Website

Eatsie Boys

2202 Dallas Street, , TX 77003 Visit Website

Melange Creperie

401 Westheimer Rd., Houston, TX (713) 291-9933

8th Wonder Brewery

2202 Dallas Street, , TX 77003 (713) 581-2337 Visit Website

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