Beloved Wine & Whisky Bar in Downtown Houston Has Closed

POSTED: November 20, 2020 AT 10:28 am   /   News, Restaurant Closings

2020 has been a difficult year for the Houston hospitality industry, with the shuttering of up-and-comers and long-standing institutions alike. Now, it’s claimed Public Services Wine & Whisky, the beautiful and well-regarded wine and whisky bar in the historic Cotton Exchange Building at 202 Travis. In a social media post, Justin Vann, who co-owned the […]

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Opening Soon: The Lounge at MARCH Restaurant

POSTED: November 18, 2020 AT 12:22 pm   /   Bar Openings, Bars, News

MARCH, the Mediterranean fine dining concept from Goodnight Hospitality, was scheduled to open earlier this year but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the meantime, The Lounge at MARCH Restaurant opens November 19. The Lounge focuses on a more casual experience than the restaurant and serves an assortment of handcrafted drinks, savory snacks […]

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Good Dog Houston Closes Montrose Location to Focus On Heights Original

POSTED: November 16, 2020 AT 9:41 am   /   News, Restaurant Closings

Sad news for Montrose hot dog enthusiasts: after five years, Good Dog Houston is closing its Montrose location at 1312 West Alabama on Sunday, November 22. However, the Heights location at 903 Studewood continues to serve favorites such as the Ol’ Zapata with bacon, caramelized onions and jalapeño relish, as well a curated selection of […]

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How Texas Meat Became the Anchor of Underbelly Hospitality’s Cuisine

POSTED: November 12, 2020 AT 1:25 pm   /   Chefs You Should Know, News

Chris Shepherd of Underbelly Hospitality gained national recognition at his original restaurant, Underbelly, by crafting dishes that reflected Houston’s many personalities. Part international metropolis, part agrarian community, the city is home to restaurants serving cuisines from all over the world — many of which reside on land that once housed ranches and farms. Though the […]

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Owner of Cult-Favorite Burger Chain Lands at Lake Houston

POSTED: November 11, 2020 AT 11:24 am   /   News, Restaurant Openings

Justin Turner, founder and owner of the recently closed Houston favorite, Bernie’s Burger Bus, rides again. Turner is now the Director of Culinary Hospitality for Gastropub Productions, a new restaurant group founded by real estate developer McCord. For now, Turner and Gastropub Productions are tasked with opening restaurants and other hospitality concepts for McCord’s 4,200-acre,  […]

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