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The Union Kitchen’s Fourth Houston Location Debuts Today

TUK Ella arrives on Monday If you’ve been looking for more places to sate your craving for Fritos Chili Mac & Cheese or “pillows of love,” The Union Kitchen’s newest location has officially made its Houston debut. CultureMap reports that The Union Kitchen’s fourth outpost will kick open the doors at 3542 Ella Boulevard today. The restaurant will occupy a newly-updated 5,000 square foot space complete with 200 seats in the dining room, a patio, and large private dining room.
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