At these iconic Houston diners, breakfast is served with a heaping side of nostalgia
Searching for someplace simple where you can score a stack of syrup-soaked buttermilk pancakes and a piping-hot cup of black coffee -- No frills, no fusions and no swarms of Insta-obsessed influencers? Slip into a booth or slide behind the counter at one of Houston’s longstanding diners.
Owner of beloved Houston eatery Tel-Wink Grill has died
HOUSTON – Dimitrios “Jimmy” Bokos, the owner of Tel-Wink Grill, has died, according to a Houston funeral home. Bokos and his wife, Peggy Bokos, owned Tel-Wink in the 4300 block of Telephone Road and previously owned the Omega Restaurant on Gulf Freeway and Monroe and Frank’s Grill on Telephone Road. “Houston lost a very well-known figure in the restaurant industry, and loved by his employees of many years,” the obituary reads. Foundation.”Visitation will be held from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. at Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home at 6810 Lawndale Houston. The funeral procession will drive through the Tel-Wink parking lot on the way to burial at South Park Cemetery at 1310 North Maine in Pearland.