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Te’Jun is a Texas-based, Cajun-inspired seafood company with mobile food trucksas well as restaurants, established in 1997. Te’Jun started as a mobile seafood restaurant serving boiled crawfish to the South-Central Texas area. They also serve as a supplier of live crawfish as well as other seafood, including shrimp, lobster and crab. Your dining experience will be lip-smackin’ as well relaxed in the main dining area, or the deck nestled along the lake and for your convenience they also offer drive-thru. The menu consists of boiled crawfish, shrimp, crab legs, lobster, po-boys and a wide variety of sides, corn on the cob, red potatoes and sausage. Te’Jun is Christ-centered and family-owned by Joe and Tammy Reid, in which Joe started the business to earn extra income for his two daughters’ college. They built the first trailer in 1996 with the assistance of two friends, Dean Gauntt and Bobby Brown. It was constructed in Bobby’s backyard. It’s to be added to places for visit when in the area with four locations. Robinson Restaurant * 711 N. Robin Dr., Robinson, Texas 76706 Fairfield Warehouse * 1210 W. Hwy 84, Fairfield, Texas Red Oak Restaurant * Opens Fall 2021 * 301 I- 35E, Red Oak, Texas 75154
SHOOT THE MOON Houston’s Newest Eatery That Let’s You Pour Your Own Spirits The experience is set up for your dining pleasure with open spacious area to sit back and enjoy the many screens located around each wall or on the outdoor patio on a nice cool evening. The whole concept is built on the self-service tap wall with more than 80 beverages to choose from the impressive variety of craft beer, cider, wine, cocktails, and spirits, all on draft or straight from the bottle wines (red, white, rose, and sparkling. The entire menu is created from scratch to offer you an affordable, yet deliciously balanced menu prepared by Chef Dax McAnear, who has years of innovative, fine dining experience. From the walk-up counter you can order delights from pizza to Confit Chicken Thighs with Cherry-Apricot Chipotle Compote or maybe Shrimp and Grits with house made Sausage and Cauliflower “grits”. They have created healthy, tasty choices the suit Whole30, Paleo, Vegan and Gluten-free lifestyle. Shoot The Moon is a family-oriented restaurant with kid friendly meals such as pizza, mac-n- cheese and chicken tenders and other delights, like dessert! The restaurant is from executive director Kevin Floyd (Anvil Bar & Refuge, Underbelly, Hay Merchant, UB Preserve), culinary director Dax McAnear (Beaver’s, Underbelly, Hay Merchant) and development director Jonas Herd (Underbelly, One Fifth, Dish Society, Nancy's Hustle). 8155 Long Point Houston, Texas 77055 Ph. 281 888-4801 Hours: Mon – Thurs 11 am – 10 pm Fri – Sun 11 am – 11 am Photos: Jamsource
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SHOOT THE MOON Houston’s Newest Eatery That Let’s You Pour Your Own Spirits The experience is set up for your dining pleasure with open spacious area to sit back and enjoy the many screens located around each wall or on the outdoor patio on a nice cool evening. The whole concept is built on the self-service tap wall with more than 80 beverages to choose from the impressive variety of craft beer, cider, wine, cocktails, and spirits, all on draft or straight from the bottle wines (red, white, rose, and sparkling. The entire menu is created from scratch to offer you an affordable, yet deliciously balanced menu prepared by Chef Dax McAnear, who has years of innovative, fine dining experience. From the walk-up counter you can order delights from pizza to Confit Chicken Thighs with Cherry-Apricot Chipotle Compote or maybe Shrimp and Grits with house made Sausage and Cauliflower “grits”. They have created healthy, tasty choices the suit Whole30, Paleo, Vegan and Gluten-free lifestyle. Shoot The Moon is a family- oriented restaurant with kid friendly meals such as pizza, mac-n-cheese and chicken tenders and other delights, like dessert! The restaurant is from executive director Kevin Floyd (Anvil Bar & Refuge, Underbelly, Hay Merchant, UB Preserve), culinary director Dax McAnear (Beaver’s, Underbelly, Hay Merchant) and development director Jonas Herd (Underbelly, One Fifth, Dish Society, Nancy's Hustle). 8155 Long Point Houston, Texas 77055 Ph. 281 888-4801 Hours: Mon – Thurs 11 am – 10 pm Fri – Sun 11 am – 11 am Photos: Jamsource