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Neapolitan Pizzas and Organic Fare Are Headed to Generation Park

Two new concepts from the owner of The Fish will flagship the Redemption Square development

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Two new concepts coming to Generation Park, Wholesome Kitchen and Wholesome Pies, have just been announced as the flagships for the Redemption Square development.

The new eateries from the restaurateur behind The Fish in Midtown will open within a sleek glass-facaded building at 250 Assay Street. The nearly 8,000 square-foot space will house the healthy food restaurant and its sister pizzeria, which will be divided by a sliding wall and share a patio. Diners of the Kitchen can expect bright, modern interiors with marble and brass accents that will seat 180 inside with room for another 72 guests outdoors, while Wholesome pie will seat about 80 inside.

Wholesome Kitchen’s menu features all-organic seasonal fare, including gluten-free and vegetarian dishes. On offer are grilled salmon, red snapper, steak, mushroom sliders, and salads. Next door, Wholesome Pies, will serve up Neapolitan-style thin-crust pizzas using only organic ingredients. The menu includes around 12 pizza options, including margherita, sausage and fennel, pancetta and calabrian chili, plus rotating seasonal offerings.

“Choosing Generation Park as the location for our first restaurant concept outside of the 610 Loop was an easy decision,” said Michael Collins of Wholesome Restaurant Group. “There is such massive growth in the Lake Houston area and Generation Park is the development at the forefront.” Collins’ concepts will be joining Bibo’s Bistro & Bar when they make their arrival.

Wholesome Kitchen and Wholesome Pies are expected to open their doors next spring.

Update, 7/16/18: This post has been updated to reflect the restaurants’ opening date.

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