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Roundups: Huddle House expands to Lake Houston area

Chron logo Chron 6/14/2018 By Kaila Contreras

Huffman will soon be home to a new 24-hour breakfast diner.

Huddle House is under construction at 24100 FM 2100, making this the third location in the Houston area. Also located in Livingston and Willis, the 24-hour diner offers breakfast, lunch and dinner anytime of day.

Some featured items in the Huddle House menu is the Ribeye Steak Platter, the Southern Smothered Biscuit Platter with Smokehouse Bacon and the Tripple Huddle Burger.

“As your hometown diner in Huffman, we’re rooted in good eats and Southern hospitality. We love our food and we are excited to share how delicious it is. We truly care about our customers and love to be a part of celebrating their lives,” Huddle House officials said on their website.

Baby-themed retailer opens in Humble

Something for new and expecting parents to enjoy is the recent grand opening of Buy Buy Baby on 20416 Highway 59N in Humble.

Buy Buy Baby wants to ensure parents have everything they need for their baby.

Coming soon to Huffman is Huddle House, a 24-hour diner that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. © Kaila Contreras Coming soon to Huffman is Huddle House, a 24-hour diner that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The one-stop-baby-shop has many items parents will need or want for the newest addition to their family such as bottles, diapers, formula, baby food and baby strollers and car seats.

Buy Buy Baby has product experts to help parents understand their needs, and help customers make the best choices for their family.

Liquor store chain expands to Kingwood

Twin Liquors, a family based business in Austin, recently opened its doors to the Kingwood area in May.

Located on 4505 Kingwood Drive #180, this is Twin Liquors 81st location.

Twin Liquors offers a variety of wines, gift baskets, cocktail combo packs, bar gear and mixers.

"As a neighborhood store, we aim to connect and serve the residents of Kingwood just as we would if they were family," executive vice president Margaret Jabour said to the Houston Chronicle in May.


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