The dining scene in East Downtown continues to boom, and now Agricole Hospitality will take over the neighborhood with two new restaurants and a bar.
The ambitious effort from the minds behind Eight Row Flint, Coltivare, and Revival Market will set up shop at 1201 St. Emanuel in EaDo with three spots under one roof, according to a press release. According to Agricole, the space was too large for just one concept, and as such, it will house a pizzeria called Vinny’s, a bar called Miss Carousel, and a new restaurant called Indianola.
Scope out the details on each spot below:
Vinny’s — Quick-service pizza shop offering pies by the slice and delivery. Named after Agricole culinary director Vincent Huynh, Vinny’s will serve a variety of pizza styles and stay open late.
Indianola — A 3,000 square foot restaurant inspired by Indianola, Texas, known for its place in history as the “port of entry for European immigrants finding their way to Texas in the mid-1800s.” It’s also Agricole partner Morgan Weber’s hometown. No details on the menu have been released just yet, but look forward to European-inspired fare that is “more modern, sleek bright” than Coltivare’s rustic offerings.
Miss Carousel — A 5,000 square foot bar attached to Indianola that will offer cozy living room-style seating with couches, chairs, and a fireplace. Outdoors, a walled-in courtyard will offer a patio on which to sip classic cocktails (think sours and highballs) and eat a truncated version of the menu at Indianola or pizza from Vinny’s.
Back in March, Eater reported that Agricole was working on a restaurant called East End Pizzeria in the neighborhood, but the group declined to speak further about the project at the time. Still no word yet on whether or not that distillery that’s long been rumored to be in the works is going to happen.
Indianola, Miss Carousel, and Vinny’s are all expected to arrive sometime in late 2017. Stay tuned for these seriously exciting new additions to EaDo.