An opening is expected by the spring.
“The Camp Fimfo experience evokes nostalgia for summer camp and family road trips with the modern embrace of Instagrammable moments and quirky, playful messaging throughout the concept,” the press release says. “The mascot, a squirrel, weaves its way into the experience, with hidden acorns for children to find, redeemable for prizes. It’s just one of the many ways Camp Fimfo elevates the traditional camping experience to a more boutique one.”
Northgate also has secured a $2.8 million permit to place a general store on North 19th Street.
Hawaiian Bros. Island Grill
The former Taco Cabana building at Sixth Street and Cleveland Avenue will get a complete remodel and a new tenant: Hawaiian Bros. Island Grill, a chain growing in popularity and locations, said a source familiar with the deal.
Hawaiian Bros. has a menu most fowl, featuring Honolulu Chicken, Molokai Chicken, Huli Huli Chicken and Kilauea Chicken. Items lower in the pecking order are Luau Pig, Spam Musubi and Pacific Island Salad.
“Each restaurant features a striking design and island vibe with a kitchen void of freezers, fryers and microwaves. Food is prepared fresh daily,” said trade magazine QSR in a piece on Hawaiian Bros.’ foray into Texas.