Chicago based What if the union will bring two new restaurants to Houston at Texas Tower, a 47-story downtown office building developed by Hines and IvanhoÃ© Cambridge at 845 Texas Ave. The restaurant group has signed leases for more than 8,400 square feet of retail space. Etta, a neighborhood wood-fired restaurant run by What If Syndicate partner and two-Michelin-starred chef Danny Grant, will occupy 6,410 square feet for its fifth location. The opening is scheduled for February. A second restaurant, which has yet to be announced, will occupy 2,000 square feet in the pavilion area. Scheduled to open in late 2021, Texas Tower will offer a hospitality-inspired lobby with lounges, a library, and a full-service conference room.
Candytopia, a candy experience designed to transport guests of all ages into their childhood imaginations, will return to Houston with a 20,000 square foot facility at the CityCentre on July 2. Youtopia Entertainment’s interactive pop-up will occupy more than a dozen rooms and environments with various candy themes. CityCentre is a Houston-based Midway development at 822 Town and Country Blvd.[ad_2]