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Home » News » Business » NEW BIZ: Junction Prime serves surf and turf in Kingsland
The lavish yet tasteful interior of Junction Prime, a new steakhouse in Kingsland, is open for walk-ins and reservations. Photo courtesy of Junction Prime
Junction Prime offers locally sourced steak and high-quality seafood at 1020 Altman St. in Kingsland. The restaurant opened for business on Oct. 14 as the latest addition to the Railyard District’s hospitality hotspots.
The steakhouse features an upscale menu built around prime cuts from MTX Beef, a Mason County-based cattle operation. Seafood, cocktails, and wine fill out the selections. Walk-ins are welcome, but a reservation system is also in place. For now, the restaurant is open from 4-10 p.m. on Thursdays and 4-11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
Junction Prime has been in the works over the past year, a project put forth by the same business partners who recently opened Hooper’s (formerly Grand Central Cafe) and bought the historic Antlers Inn. The three businesses are now connected by a large community space that stretches from Junction Prime on Altman Street to Hooper’s and Antlers Inn on King Court.