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Street Food Thai Market Debuts After A Major Menu Revamp

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Noodles, rice, and more await at Street Food Thai Market
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— The restaurant formerly known as Asia Market Thai has officially transformed into Street Food Thai Market. Originally a spot for Thai and Laotian cuisine, the restaurant now will focus on Thai street food dishes like boat noodles, pad thai, panang beef, and more. The restaurant quietly opened its doors this week, and will open for lunch and dinner starting at 11 a.m. [EaterWire]

— Poke spot Moku Bar is plotting a move into the Heights. The popular destination for a raw fish bowl hasn’t announced its exact address, but expect the restaurant to land soon on White Oak. The first outpost of Moku Bar opened last year at Conservatory, and is a project of Casian King’s Tuan Tran. [EaterWire]

— Houston’s East Village will soon be home to a brand new brewery from the minds of four former (and current) NASA employees. True Anomaly Brewing is expecting to brew “hoppy ales, Belgian-inspired ales, and wild and sour ales,” occupying 8,000 square feet in the development at 2012 Dallas Street. The brewery is expected to make its debut later this year. [Houston Business Journal]