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Hyde Park Is Now Slinging Wood-Fired Pizzas In Webster

The Nobi Public House spinoff debuted this week

Pizzas are cooked to a crisp in minutes in Hyde Park’s wood-fired ovens
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Hyde Park Wood Fired Kitchen, a new destination for wood-fired pizzas and pasta, has officially made its debut in Webster.

The restaurant announced its official opening at 246 East NASA Parkway in a Facebook post earlier this week, describing itself as a destination for “hearth cooking,” thanks to two wood-burning ovens in the kitchen. In addition to those fiery ovens, the restaurant’s open kitchen is intended to make diners feel like they’re “walking into someone’s home or kitchen,” according to owner Charles Nguyen. Nguyen also operates popular Vietnamese spot Nobi Public House, Hyde Park’s nearby neighbor on NASA Parkway.

Chef Scott Yorkey, formerly of Jake’s On The Lake in Lake Tahoe, California, is in charge of the kitchen at Hyde Park. The menu indicates that shareable appetizers like charred octopus and roasted cauliflower await, along with pizzas and main dishes like roasted chicken and roasted short ribs sourced from Texas’s own 44 Farms. Pasta dishes like spaghetti slathered in short rib ragu, mac and cheese, and noodles sauced in pecan pesto.

Hyde Park is now open in Webster from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to midnight., and Sunday from noon to midnight.

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