Former Mango’s To Become Second Location of Biskit Junkie

By | August 25, 2015


In March, despite the best efforts of the local music community to save it, beloved Montrose music venue Mango’s shut its doors for the final time. Now the lower Westheimer club is being resurrected as the second location of Biskit Junkie, the popular Garden Oaks breakfast/lunch spot founded by the people behind Jus’ Mac. As CultureMap’s Eric Sandler reported last week, the restaurant—a single-item concept specializing in all things biscuit-related—opened in June and has done a brisk enough business to expand into Montrose. Biskit Junkie is the second breakfast eatery to announce plans in the last few months for a Montrose location, joining Denver-based Snooze, whose first Houston outpost is scheduled to open next year.

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