Only 11 days after it launched, @welp_713, an Instagram account created for Houston service workers to anonymously voice grievances, already had 1,185 followers and complaints about nine businesses — some with six or seven negative posts each. The @welp__512 Instagram account, which focuses on Austin, has a staggering 41,100 followers and received so many complaints […]
As previously reported, Governor Greg Abbott’s reinterpretation of the “51% rule”, which deems businesses that make at least 51% of revenue from alcoholic beverage sales as bars rather than restaurants, forced breweries to halt dine-in services at onsite restaurants. That was true even when those restaurants adhered to or exceeded the Open Texas Guidelines for […]
Houston Restaurant Owners: Get an Online Ordering Store for No Up-Front Cost From a Local Small Business!
Sponsored Even during the best of times, restaurant owners search for ways to increase historically thin profit margins in this challenging line of business. On the other hand, customers are seeking the safety and convenience of online ordering, curbside pickup and delivery. Especially now, at a time restaurant dining rooms are having to operate with […]
Houston company DR Delicacy is an excellent source for fresh truffles and caviar, but its latest product line is anchored in ingredients much closer to home. Owner Diane Roederer recently rolled out three products that are all made in Texas by Houston companies and infused with fresh truffles or natural white truffle essence: wildflower honey, […]
On Monday, July 13, a press release from Saint Arnold Brewing Company at 2000 Lyons revealed that Texas Governor Greg Abbott has reinterpreted the criteria that determines whether a business is considered a restaurant or a bar. Texas law defines a bar as a business that makes 51% or more of its revenue through alcohol […]