Houston Chronicle | 08.23.2018
Midway Properties is planning on ending 2018 in a memorable note. The developer is planning to celebrate the grand re-opening of Kings Harbor on New Year’s Eve.
Many businesses in Kings Harbor were flooded with over 6 feet of water by Hurricane Harvey. Many of the stores were closed for over eight months.
Chimichurris, South American Grill, will open before the end of August ready to reveal a new contemporary global cuisine concept.
Meanwhile, Raffa’s Waterfront Grill will reopen in the fall with a new private dining room and open kitchen. Zammitti’s Italian Ristorante will also open this fall and will have outdoor seating in its piazza or market square theme and an expanded bar.
Sharky’s Waterfront Grill has not yet announced its reopening date.
Also at the mixed-use development, Wine & Design opening its first Texas location in the fall.
In addition to daily painting classes, Wine & Design will allow residents to flex their creative muscles through an assortment of arts and crafts projects, summer camps, day care camps and DIY projects. The business will also host private events, such as birthday parties and corporate events.
"As a lifelong resident of the area, I could not be more excited to bring this fun new concept to Kingwood and especially Kings Harbor," said Wine & Design owner, Chantel Edwards in a media release. "Wine & Design goes far beyond the borders of the typical paint and sip studios you’ve seen before and we can’t wait for Kingwood to experience it."
Pretty Little Things, The Berry Bar and Dapper Darlings were the first stores in Kings Harbor to reopen in April with newly renovated spaces.