Reata Restaurant’s newest endeavor is fast-casual. The owner of the classic Texan restaurant is expanding with the new 203 Café, which will serve up quick breakfasts and lunches Monday through Friday for on-the-go office workers.
The 2,200-square-foot 203 Café is set to open this fall on the second floor of the Fire Station No. 1 building in Sundance Square at 203 Commerce Street.
“203 Café will provide a different menu than Reata through satisfying items that are easy to take back to a desk or a conference room,” Mike Micallef, owner and president of Reata Restaurant Group, said in a press release.
The focus here is going to be signature sandwiches. Think a reuben with pastrami and fennel sauerkraut on pumpernickel rye with bacon and Swiss cheese, or a toasted ciabatta sandwich piled high with fried Bay shrimp tossed in spicy and buffalo sauce. Sound good? Peruse the café’s Facebook page here.