February 7, 2018
Nearly one year after opening their first Houston location, the owners behind Bosscat Kitchen + Libations are ready to debut their newest concept.
Located in the former Glass Wall Restaurant location in the Heights, BCK: Kitchen & Cocktail Adventures will host a soft opening starting Feb. 7 with a limited rotating menu, according to a press release. Two weeks later, the “nostalgic American fare” eatery will officially open.
With the help of Joshua Weisman of Houston-based Construction Concepts, the 3,000-square-foot space at 933 Studewood St. underwent a complete redesign and remodel, per the release. Renovations included “exclusive custom design elements, from hand-stitched luggage shelving to bench seating wrapped in steel,” per the release.
February 6, 2018
The menu of childhood-inspired favorites launches tomorrow
During the first two weeks, Reed will be asking for feedback from diners who want to share their two-cents on BCK’s offerings. The diner-kitchen interaction won’t stop there – a “Local’s Board” hanging next to the kitchen will allow diners to submit their favorite recipes to BCK’s chefs.
The bar team led by Matt Sharp (Bosscat), Crisia Araujo (Bosscat) and cocktail whiz Leslie Krockenberger have dreamt up a drinks menu inspired by childhood nostalgia. Look forward to cocktails like Dr. Feelgood, a rye whiskey concoction served in a Dr. Pepper can with crushed ice; Berry Crunch Milk Punch, featuring Buffalo Trace whiskey and Cap’n Crunch Crunch Berries; and the First Crush featuring Jim Beam Vanilla, Orange Crush soda, and cream.
August 18, 2017
Bosscat Kitchen and Libations Reveals Plans for a New Heights Restaurant
BCK: Kitchen and Cocktail Adventures featuring “nostalgic American fare” is slated to open this fall.
By Julia Gsell with Houstonia Magazine
THE WORD’S OUT that Bosscat Kitchen and Libations plans to open a sister restaurant later this fall. The Newport Beach concept opened in Houston just this past February and offers Instagram-worthy menu items like “Fruity Pebble French Toast.” Earlier this summer, the owners took a stab at offering lighter fare for lunch and debuted a new menu.
But the new restaurant, BCK: Kitchen and Cocktail Adventures, will be completely different from the heavy menu items over on Westheimer. Diners can expect a menu of “nostalgic American fare” in a space formerly occupied by the Glass Wall restaurant in the Heights.
“The Heights is the perfect neighborhood for this type of creativity,” owner John Reed says. “It’s going to give us a great canvas to step outside the box.”