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Acclaimed Buck’s Barbeque in Galveston is Closed

Posted: January 14, 2020 at 3:07 pm   /   News, Restaurant Closings

Pitmaster and owner Jim Buchanan announced today that he is closing Buck’s, one of the few Texas-style barbecue restaurants in Galveston. It was a mere eight months ago when Buchanan took over the former Farley Girls Cafe at 801 Postoffice Street. While that’s short-lived and restaurants come and go, this particular closing is particularly tragic. […]

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Chef and owner David Guerrero

Trendsetting South American Restaurant East of Downtown Houston is Closing

Posted: January 4, 2020 at 7:50 am   /   News, Restaurant Closings

Houstonians first got to know chef David Guerrero’s cuisine back in 2011, when he was promoted from sous chef to executive chef at Samba Grille, owned by Nathan Ketcham. Even back then, Guerrero’s road to professional success was harder than most, having been diagnosed with a brain tumor a year earlier. That health battle persisted […]

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Hubcap Grill downtown sign

The Original Hubcap Grill Location in Downtown Houston is Closed

Posted: December 31, 2019 at 11:37 am   /   News, Restaurant Closings

The original Hubcap Grill location in downtown Houston at 1111 Prairie is officially closed, according to a Tweet by owner Ricky Craig. Our Downtown location is officially closed (new lease was not feasible for lunch time trade only) We’re looking forward to our new location opening in Pearland soon, also Franchise/partnerships will be available for […]

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Lobster dumplings with tobiko caviar at Yauatcha

Upscale Dim Sum Restaurant at The Galleria Sets Closing for Februrary 2020

Posted: December 30, 2019 at 3:14 pm   /   News, Restaurant Closings

In a holiday news cycle that’s already been rife with Houston restaurant closing news, which includes Le Mistral, Beaver’s on Westheimer and Conservatory (which is set to relocate and reopen late in the spring) — another joins this list — and it’s a surprising addition. As first reported by CultureMap Houston, Yauatcha, the upscale dim […]

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Owners Close First Houston Food Hall With Plans To Relocate & Open Three More

Posted: December 30, 2019 at 12:30 pm   /   News, Restaurant Closings, Restaurant Openings

The address of 1010 Prairie will always have a claim to fame: it was the site of Houston’s very first food hall. As first reported by the Houston Chronicle, both Conservatory, owned by Anh Mai and Lian Nguyen, and next-door burlesque supper club, Prohibition Theatre, are slated to close after New Year’s Eve. Both businesses […]

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