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This Dog-Friendly California Chain Announces Its First Houston Location

Lazy Dog serves up steak, burgers, and a special menu just for four-leggeds

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Lazy Dog, a Cali chain serving an expansive menu of elevated Americana fare for humans with a separate menu for dogs, will open in the Houston market for the first time.

The chain operates four outposts in North Texas, alongside its two dozen across California, and a handful more sprinkled through Colorado, Nevada, and Illinois. As far as Eater can tell, the forthcoming eatery will open in the still-under-development Cypress Crossing located on 15 acres at the northwest corner of Highway 290 and FM 1960.

At its Addison outpost located in the DFW metroplex, Lazy Dog takes up a rather large footprint between its massive bar area, spacious dog-friendly patio, and even larger dining room. Interiors feature low-lit, rustic lodge-like interiors with wood beams and natural stone accents. A rather extensive menu features dishes like crispy deviled eggs topped with “bacon candy,” spaghetti squash with vegetarian “beetballs,” fish tacos, burgers including a a bison option, sandwiches, salads, pizza, and entrees like chicken pot pie and slow-braised pork shoulder. For furry friends, the eatery offers grilled chicken or a hamburger patty with brown rice with a side of water on the house.

The drinks menu for humans is as extensive as the food menu, featuring house-made cocktails like pitchers of sangria, mules, mojitos, and an especially delicious sounding rosé elderflower punch spiked with Deep Eddy grapefruit vodka, Acacia rosé, St. Germain, and grapefruit juice, topped elderflower foam. Lazy Dog also has a lengthy beer selection with a handful of house draft beers brewed by Golden Road Brewing.

Eater has reached out to the developer of the project for more details on Lazy Dog’s arrival. Stay tuned for that information.

Lazy Dog

20030 Northwest Freeway, Houston, Texas 77040

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