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Exclusive: KUU Owner Speaks Out On Bad Assumptions Regarding TABC “Refilling Bottles” Citation—Updated

POSTED: September 18, 2017 AT 1:14 pm   /   News

KUU, the acclaimed Japanese restaurant in Gateway Memorial at 947 Gessner, was one of several establishments that the Houston Chronicle listed as being in violation of a Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission rule about “refilling bottles” on September 14. Shortly afterward, Eater Houston reported on the Houston Chronicle story. While the headline of the Houston Chronicle […]

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Nominate Your Restaurant & Bar Heroes For Houston Restaurant Recognition Month

POSTED: September 14, 2017 AT 4:50 pm   /   Featured, News

When people think about the heroes of Hurricane Harvey, they rightly think of first responders like good Samaritan boat owners, firemen, police, military and medical professionals. Indeed, all of them deserve recognition for saving people from flooded homes, protecting the city and more. There were other heroes, though, who supported the efforts of the agencies […]

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Cordúa Restaurants Shutters Amazón Grill, Ventures Into Online Delivery Business

POSTED: September 13, 2017 AT 10:52 am   /   Restaurant Closings

Two weeks ago, Amazón Grill was feeding first responders to Hurricane Harvey for free. Now, Cordúa Restaurants has closed the physical doors of this venture—and opened a new one online. Executive chef David Cordúa says that Christian’s Tailgate Bar and Grill is taking over Amazón Grill’s brick-and-mortar lease in the Upper Kirby area. That brings the total number of locations […]

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