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Behold The Menu For Edison, Houston’s Newest Spot For Dinner & A Cocktail

Chicken fried quail, negronis + more await

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If you thought that the Edison light bulb trend was going to die down anytime soon, well, you thought wrong. The craze is so popular that it has actually spawned an actual restaurant in Edison Houston.

Last week, Edison quietly kicked open the doors to their space at 4203 Edison Street. Former Commonwealth chef Michael Sanguinetti is in charge of the menu, which features plenty of classed-up pub fare and comfort food — think chicken fried quail, pizza, and pancakes served with duck confit — alongside plenty of cocktails, beer, and wine.

The bar’s signature cocktail, The Edison, is a seemingly bright and spicy mix of rum, fresh ginger, tamarind, and lime juice. You’ll also find classic libations like a negroni, margarita, and old fashioned on offer.

Edison is currently in the soft-opening phase, but you can still swing by and try a few dishes and drinks before the official grand opening. In the meantime, scope out the menu before you go.

Edison Menu by Eater Houston on Scribd

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