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Midtown’s Getting a Juice Shop With Fancy Fruit Bowls

Earthcraft Juicery and The Flying Biscuit will open this year in a new high-rise development

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New mixed-use development Drewery Place in Midtown is going to be a big draw for breakfast. Retail tenants in the development will include Houston juice shop Earthcraft Juicery along with a new location for all-day breakfast destination The Flying Biscuit. The $200 million residential tower from developer Caydon is set to open its doors in July, spanning three city blocks boarded by Main, Fannin, Tuam and McGowen Street.

Earthcraft Juicery serves up vegan apple pie smoothies and fruit-packed bowls, and it will be located alongside a Black Swan Yoga outpost (for maximum wellness). Meanwhile, Georgia-based The Flying Biscuit is making in-roads in Houston: it opened its first area outpost in Memorial City at 12389 Kingsride Lane last December. The breakfast cafe’s website states that the Midtown location is slated to open in the fall at 2850 Fannin Street.

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