A new, health-conscious chain has made its way to Sugar Land. 

 Saladworks, which was founded in 1986 in New Jersey, now has two Texas locations. The first location is in Irving.

 The new location opened Aug. 11 at 18802 University Blvd. The casual, counter-serve restaurant offers build-your-own salads, wraps, paninis and soups.

Saladworks is open 11 a.m.-9 p.m. daily.

For more information, visit https://saladworks.com/ or call (281) 207-6004. 

Missouri City to hold inaugural food festival 

Missouri City will host its first ever food truck festival from 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Saturday at city hall,1522 Texas Parkway, Councilmember Vashaundra Edwards announced on Facebook. 

There will be face painting, music and balloon artists for kids attending the event, according to the city.

Stone Age Korean Grill to open in Katy

A new Korean barbecue spot is headed to Katy in September, according to a report from Eater Houston.

The new restaurant will be located at 20940 Katy Freeway Suite C. in the Gardens at Westgreen development, according to the restaurant’s website. 

The restaurant’s executive chef, Pascal Choi, said on the restaurant’s website that its volcanic hot stone cooking method “allows diners to continue cooking their meal just the way they like it at the table.”

Choi wrote in a Facebook post that the restaurant is still being remodeled, but that his team is hiring and accepting DMs from prospective employees. 

The stones offer a slower, lower heating method, and they can also use the smoke from a conventional grill with an open flame. 

For more information, visit stoneagegrill.com or email info@stoneagegrill.com.

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