Month: March 2020

Adopt a Small Houston Food Business That’s a Perfect Match for You — Updated

POSTED: March 31, 2020 AT 1:42 pm   /   Feed The Need, News

Houstonians are the best at banding together in tough times and finding creative solutions. While much of the focus has been on sustaining Houston restaurants (and that is something that needs to continue), there’s another group of food businesses in need of support: local suppliers of food and drink. These include ranchers, farmers, small importers […]

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Help for Houston Hospitality Workers Impacted by Coronavirus Crisis — Updated 5/29

POSTED: March 31, 2020 AT 7:46 am   /   News

With bars and restaurant dining rooms closed statewide to help fight the spread of coronavirus, many bar, restaurant and hotel employees in the Houston-area are out of work or working reduced hours. Here is a list of resources for impacted hospitality employees and small business owners for financial assistance, food and mental health services. If […]

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Craft Coffee Shop in Spring Announces Imminent Closure

POSTED: March 31, 2020 AT 7:12 am   /   Bars, Coffee & Tea

It’s inevitable that some Houston-area businesses hit with the dining room closures related to COVID-19 are going to shutter and not return. Unfortunately, it looks like one of the few craft coffee shops in Spring, Texas is going to be among them. Momentum Coffee at 3555 Rayford announced on Facebook that its last day of […]

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Houston Wine Bars Adapt to COVID-19 By Selling Wine To Go

POSTED: March 26, 2020 AT 4:25 pm   /   Bars, Wine

Relaxing at your favorite wine bar is out of the question as we try to flatten the coronavirus curve, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take the wine bar home with you. Many area wine bars and wine-focused businesses have transitioned to retail-only, offering wine by the bottle as well as food for takeout, curbside […]

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