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The Minds Behind One of Montrose’s Favorite Barbecue Joints Have a Steakhouse in the Works

Expect live-fired hunks of meat at the forthcoming Andiron

A rendering of the dining room at Andiron
AvroKO Design for Andiron
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Sambrooks Management Company, the Houston restaurant group behind popular spots like Candente and the Pit Room, will soon debut a brand new steakhouse on Allen Parkway.

The restaurant, called Andiron, will bring wood-fired steaks to the 4,500 square foot space at 3201 Allen Parkway, Suite E110. Per a press release, the restaurant will offer seating for 100 diners indoors, plus plenty of seating and an outdoor bar on its 2,800 square foot patio. This makes for the fourth restaurant in the Sambrooks profile, joining Tex-Mex spot Candente, Heights seafood destination 1751 Sea and Bar, and beloved Montrose barbecue joint the Pit Room.

Details on the menu are scarce beyond the general concept of cooking meats over live fire, but owner Michael Sambrooks said in a statement that the restaurant would combine “our skills in smoking and wood-fire grilling from the Pit Room and Candente with the chef-driven experience from 1751 Sea and Bar.” The restaurant will also boast a private dining space.

Andiron is expected to make its debut in the “first quarter” of 2022. Stay tuned for more details on its arrival.