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Kitchen 713 Will Soon Be Able To Serve Booze At Its New Washington Ave Home

A Houston favorite makes its triumphant return after Christmas

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After a long wait, Kitchen 713 is gearing up to finally open its doors in its brand new, roomier space on Washington Avenue.

Announced via release, the new and improved Kitchen 713 will make its debut at 4601 Washington Ave early next week, which is probably the best gift Houston food enthusiasts could receive this year. The restaurant will stay true to its globally-influenced, thoroughly Houstonian roots in a bigger space to accommodate the throngs of locals that will no doubt pack the restaurant in its opening weeks.

Notably, Kitchen 713 will also be able to serve booze at its new location for the first time ever. Co-owner James Haywood will serve as the restaurant’s mixologist, creating “unique and complex” cocktails for the restaurant alongside a selection of craft beer and plenty of wine.

Kitchen 713 is set to open for lunch service on Monday, December 26. The restaurant will be open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and 11 a.m. to midnight on Friday and Saturday.