Royal 38 Opening on Katy Trail Spring 2016

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Royal 38, a new shareable plates restaurant coming to the Katy Trail announced it will open its doors spring 2016 at 3403 N. Fitzhugh. The new concept will combine unforgettable dining, with cocktail and wine pairing experiences all foodies will appreciate. With its idyllic venue on the Katy Trail, Royal 38 will be a great spot for dates and celebrations alike.

The menu will feature sharable plates such as Braised Veal Cheeks with fried polenta cake and veal reduction, and Salt & Pepper Chicken Skins with chili, peanuts, Thai vinaigrette and lime. Chef-driven entrees will include Blue Crab Fettuccine with cherry tomatoes, basil, roasted red pepper, corn, bacon and pecorino Romano and Steak Frites with truffle herb fries. The 38 Burger with Muenster cheese and bacon jam, and Grilled Cheese on Texas toast with Muenster, provolone and American cheeses, Granny Smith apple and thick-cut bacon, provide elevated takes on American classics. Additionally, Royal 38 will feature four Chef’s Toasts served daily with delectable toppings, such as Brie, onion jam and apple, all served on thick cut, grilled sourdough. All menu items will be available for dinner and late night dining.  

Guests will enjoy Royal 38’s wine list created by its certified sommelier. Artfully crafted cocktails such as its signature, bourbon based cocktail, The Crown Jewel, will also grace its menu.

“Our vision for Royal 38 is an elegant, yet fun and comfortable place where friends can gather to enjoy each other, some incredible food and great beverages,” said Mike Backlund, Principal of Royal 38.

The restaurant will feature several unique spaces including an intimate lounge, an ample dining room and a view of the Katy Trail.

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