One of Houston’s most popular food trucks, Eatsie Boys, has officially gone brick-and-mortar. The much-anticipated, much-hyped Eatsie Boys Cafe opened its doors to Houston diners this morning. Eater Houston first broke the story. Owners Matt Marcus, Ryan Soroka, and Alex Vassilakidis have been working on the restaurant project since March, after taking over the former Kratsman Cafe space and announcing they were working on an eatery. According to Eater, the cafe serves “a limited menu that mixes a few familiar favorites from the truck like Frank the Pretzel with breakfast items and [a number of] new dishes.” A few local products will be featured as well, such as “coffee from Greenway Coffee & Tea, bagels from New York Bagel Shop, and products from Marcus’s father’s business The Grateful Bread.” Next up from the Eatsie Boys is the 8th Wonder Brewery, which is reportedly getting closer and closer to opening.
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