Flower Child, a health-focused eatery with locations in several states, has finally announced the opening date for its first Houston outpost.
The new eatery will debut in the revamped Uptown Park development on September 12, bringing with it the sunny, shabby chic vibe found in its other outposts. Interiors include mismatched colorful furniture, hanging vine plants, and vibrant pop art murals bearing peace signs and flowers.
A menu of veggie-packed salads and plates, avocado toast, gluten free mac ‘n’ cheese, plus superfood-laden wraps and bowls will debut in the space, if the Dallas menu is any indication. Standouts include the madras curry bowl with organic potatoes, heirloom carrots, green beans, sweet onion, cilantro, garam masala, and coconut; and the forbidden rice bowl with bok choy, broccoli, carrot, onion, toasted sesame. Cold brew coffee, teas, juices, kombucha, and local craft beer will also be offered. No word yet on which local breweries will be represented in the Houston outpost.
When Flower Child debuts, it will join eateries like Crave Cupcakes, Etoile Cuisine et Bar, Songkran Thai Kitchen, and The Tasting Room within a completely revamped shopping center that now boasts wi-fi, more public seating, and shaded walkways, among other aesthetic updates.
Stay tuned for Flower Child’s hours of operation at its new Uptown Park outpost.