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Mona Italian restaurant to accompany Understory downtown
Mona Fresh Italian Food, a accidental restaurant alms pasta, Italian sandwiches and chopped salads, will accessible in city as allotment of the Understory comestible exchange in the 35-story Capitol Tower aperture this year.
Mona, an Italian abstraction from chef Sidney Degaine that opened aftermost year off the Katy Freeway, will accompany the ahead appear East Hampton Sandwich Co., Boomtown Coffee and Mama Ninfa’s Tacos y Tortas as tenants of Understory, a 35,000-square-foot ociation hub and dine-around amplitude advised by Michael Hsu Appointment of Architecture.
According to Skanska, the tower’s developer, Understory is now 50 percent leased.
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Degaine, the chef/owner of the above Café Azur in Montrose, launched the build-your-own pasta cast aftermost summer back Mona opened at 19355 Katy Freeway. The card offers pasta, piadina (Italian sandwich) and chopped salads that can be customized with altered add-ins such as veggies, sauces (tomato, alfredo, pesto), protein upgrades (meat, chicken, sausage, egg, prosciutto, brisket or burrata), and seasonings such as parmesan cheese, emble oil, truffle oil or balsamic glaze.The add-ins can accommodate gorgonzola, mushroom, mozzarella, blooming tomatoes, broiled alarm pepper, corn, eggplant, broiled zucchini, mushrooms, sundried tomatoes and artichoke hearts.
In August, Legacy Restaurants, which owns and operates the Original Ninfa’s on Navigation, appear it would additionally go into Understory with a new concept, Mama Ninfa’s Tacos y Tortas.
Capitol Tower is accepted to accessible after this year.
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