The group behind Wicklow Heights, 1027 W. 19th St., has three new concepts planned for the M-K-T development at 600 N. Shepherd Drive.

Casa Nomad, a Mexican restaurant, will serve “cocktails and cuisine from the coastlines of Mexico in an intimate 40 seat space,” according to a July 28 Instagram post.

An opening date has not yet been announced.

Sister concepts Highline Park, a cocktail bar with a patio, and Picnic Supply Co. are also slated to open at M-K-T. Highline Park is set to open this month, according to an Aug. 2 Instagram post.

Honest Eats bringing healthy meals to M-K-T

A Northside purveyor of paleo, ketogenic and plant-based meals is opening a retail storefront in the M-K-T development.

Honest Eats, 6906 Airline Drive Ste. 108, announced in an Aug. 3 Instagram post it would be opening at M-K-T in the fall.

Honest Eats sells meals for delivery or pick-up and offers eight-week subscription plans ranging from three to five meals per week.

For more information, call 832-786-9569 or email

California chicken sandwich shop headed to Heights

A California-based sandwich shop will open its first franchised location at the corner of West 11th Street and North Shepherd Drive.

Daddy’s Chicken Shack of Pasadena, California, is opening its first location in Texas in the Heights at 1223 W. 11th St., Ste. 100.

According to its website, visitors to the California location have included Jay Leno and Oscar De La Hoya. Daddy’s lists Dave Liniger and Gail Liniger, co-founders of RE/MAX, as its chairman and director, respectively.

The new location will serve as its headquarters and training facility, according to an Aug. 25 Instagram post.

For more information, call 844-432-3397 or email

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