Explore the 3 newest businesses to open in Houston

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The Toasted Coconut. | Photo: Rachel C./Yelp

Interested in getting the lowdown on the newest businesses to open in Houston? From a tiki bar to a Greek cafe, read on for a list of the newest businesses to make their debut near you.

The Toasted Coconut

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The Toasted Coconut is a tiki bar that recently opened at 1617 Richmond Ave. in Montrose. On the menu, look for classic tiki drinks and tropical fare, such as a chickpea curry, whole fish with Mala sauce, Baja-style mussels and "Grandma hot chicken."

Sweet Memes

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Now open at 9630 Clarewood Drive, Suite A-8, is Sweet Memes, a Sharpstown spot to score desserts, coffee, tea, smoothies, mojitos and more. The menu features toasts, waffles, crepes, cheesecake and namagashi, a traditional Japanese cake. Yelpers are fans of Sweet Memes: It's got five stars out of six reviews, so far.

Anonymous Cafe

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A Greenway/Upper Kirby area newcomer, Anonymous Cafe, is a traditional, all-day Greek eatery that's located at 3701 Kirby Drive. The menu features authentic Mediterranean cuisine, such as quiche, Greek yogurt, spanakopita, a souvlaki platter, chicken salad, a pita wrap and baklava, as well as coffee, tea and orange juice. There's also a daily lunch special. With five stars out of 30 reviews on Yelp, it's been a hit thus far.


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