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Whiskey Cake Brings Southern Fare & Scotch Flights To Katy

The new-to-Houston restaurant has officially opened its doors

Whiskey Cake finds a home in Houston
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Amy McCarthy is a reporter at Eater.com, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

If you’re a fan of Southern cuisine, you’ll find plenty to love at Whiskey Cake, Katy’s newest restaurant.

A post to Whiskey Cake’s Facebook page indicates that the restaurant has officially kicked open the doors at 23139 Grand Circle Blvd. as of yesterday. Originally opened in Dallas by the same restaurant group that brought Velvet Taco to Houston, the Katy outpost of Whiskey Cake marks the fledgling chain’s fourth location along with restaurants in Oklahoma City and San Antonio.

As far as the menu is concerned, look forward to quirky snacks like Thai smoked duck wings and turducken meatballs, a selection of hearty wood-grilled mains (think grilled pork brisket steak and Texas black snapper), and of course, the boozy, bourbon-spiked dessert that gives the restaurant its name. Whiskey cocktails are prominent on the cocktail menu, along with a hefty wine and beer list and flights of quality scotch.

Whiskey Cake is now open for dinner Monday through Friday starting at 5 p.m., and lunch will debut on Monday, October 24 at 11 a.m.