Flower Child, a healthy restaurant chain that’s owned by the same company as North Italia, has plans to bring its hippie-approved wares to Houston.
The fledgling chain from Fox Restaurant Concepts (North Italia, True Food Kitchen) announced that it was heading to Houston (among other cities) in a press release, but no specific plans for a location or opening timeline have been made public just yet. According to Eater Dallas, the restaurant describes itself as a spot that’s “perfect for folks who love kombucha and start their mornings with a morning ‘OM.’”
As far as the food is concerned, diners can look forward to an extensive menu of globally-influenced dishes that focus on healthy ingredients, like sandwiches served on fresh lavash and hot pots. The restaurant touts that its dishes are made with sustainably-sourced meats and organic produce, especially those veggies and fruits (like strawberries and spinach) that are included in the “dirty dozen.”
Eater has reached out to Flower Child for more intel on where (and when) the restaurant will make its Houston debut. Stay tuned for more details.