Following the death of graphic-designer-turned-multi-genre-meat-artist Jim Goode back in February, Goode Co. looks to be moving on and moving north to a fourth barbecue spot at 8865 Six Pines Dr. in Shenandoah. The spot is part of Pinecroft’s Six Pines III development, south of Research Forest Dr. near now-labeled Fielding’s Wood Grill and Baker Hughes’s Grogan’s Mill Rd. campus.
The renderings from Pinecroft include a barbecue nod as well as a kitchen + cantina label. Meanwhile, a reference to the restaurant recently appeared in Goode Company beverage manager Rob Crabtree‘s judge bio for a Sugar Land cocktail context, which refers to the “Good Co. Kitchen Cantina” as an agave-centric bar and restaurant. Here’s a wider look at the whole storefront:
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THE HIGH-TECH BURGER JOINT IN THE WOODLANDS Wanting to try Fielding’s Wood Grill, now open in the strip center on Research Forest Dr. where Shenandoah meets The Woodlands, the Houston Press’s Molly Dunn discovers an amenity inside that could prove tricky for the finger-licking clientele: “There’s . . . an iPad bar . . . to surf the web, chat with friends or play some games. It’s as though they took a portion of the Apple Store and placed it smack dab in the middle of the restaurant.” [Eating Our Words; previously on Swamplot] Photo: Swamplot inbox
A WOOD GRILL’S COOKING IN THE WOODLANDS This waiting-for-a-logo storefront on Research Forest Dr. just north of The Woodlands in Shenandoah will become the home of a new restaurant called Fielding’s Wood Grill, reports a reader. Both the Facebook page and website for Fielding’s are so far pretty skimpy on details, but they do indicate that the restaurant will be 1) selling food and beverages and 2) opening sometime this fall. And it’ll be doing so at the shopping center at 1699 Research Forest Dr., just west of I-45, between Six Pines Dr. and Grogan Mills Rd. [Swamplot inbox] Photo: Kerry Stessel