For especially chilly months like the one we’re having so far this month, it doesn’t hurt to have something to warm our insides.
It also helps that January is national soup month, which gives us all an excuse to indulge on a warm bowl in this cold weather. Besides, who doesn’t like a whole month dedicated to a certain food?
Here are some places around the neighborhood to get your soup dine-in or on the go.
MoMo Italian Kitchen has a creamy parmesan chicken soup. They’re open Tuesday-Sunday and located at 8989 Forest Ln, suite 130.
Lito’s Kitchen has tomato basil and tortilla soup on the menu. They are located at 2714 W Kingsley Rd A1.
Cedar & Vine has a rotating soup selection, so the waitstaff may have the best answer for what soup is available on what day. They are located at 9661 Audelia Rd, suite 105
Nature’s Plate offers a potato soup or Claire’s kale and sweet potato soup. They are located at 10233 E NW Hwy #432.
RM 12:20 Bistro has a mushroom soup on their dinner menu. Reservations can be made on their site. The restaurant is located at 9850 Walnut Hill Ln, suite 305.
Double BB Pho Hanabi, now renamed Double BB, has chicken and beef pho soups. They are located at 10675 NW Hwy.
Zato Thai Cuisine and Sushi Bar has seven soups to choose from on the menu. They are located at 9090 Skillman, suite 190a.
D’Vegan has a selection of nine soups on the menu for the vegan diners. It is located at 9780 Walnut St.
Fish City Grill has roasted jalapeño soup, gumbo, clam chowder and crab bisque on the menu. They are located at 7170 Skillman Street, suite 100.
SoCo Good Eats has white bean chili with sweet potato and kale on the menu. They are located at 9660 Audelia Rd #123.
Jason’s Deli has a seasonal beef stew from October through March and a spicy gumbo. There are also other soup options in either a bowl or a cup. This location is located at 9100 N Central Expy, suite 139 in Caruth Plaza.
Let me know if there are any I missed and I’ll add them.