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Dish Society Heads To The Heights

The farm-to-table eatery is plotting a fourth Houston outpost

A rendering of Dish Society in the Heights
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Fans of farm-to-table diner fare, rejoice: local favorite Dish Society is making moves to open a shiny new outpost in the Heights.

The Leader reports that Dish Society has signed a lease at Heights Central Station, the forthcoming mixed use development at Yale & 11th Street in the Heights. The spot’s diner-style fare, local coffee, and wine and beer for the afternoon have made the fledgling chain’s Galleria and Katy outposts immensely popular. Also in the works is a Dish Society location on Memorial Drive that is expected to open its doors in August.

In the Heights, Dish Society will have plenty of culinary competition. On the brunch front, Snooze is expected to bring its pancakes (and epic lines) to the neighborhood later this year, and Bobby Heugel and Justin Yu’s Better Luck Tomorrow should be preparing to open the doors any day now.

No opening timeframe has yet been established for Dish Society’s opening in the Heights, but construction on the space is expected to begin in June.

UPDATE: A representative for Dish Society tells Eater that a date for construction to begin has not been set just yet.

Dish Society, first tenant for Heights Central Station [The Leader]