Restaurant Openings

Big Changes at Four Well-Loved Houston Restaurants

POSTED: July 22, 2021 AT 1:15 pm   /   News, Restaurant Closings, Restaurant Openings

July has been a rough month for some classic Houston establishments, but it’s also been a time of second chances. The second oldest Tex-Mex restaurant in the Bayou City announced it was closing, but hope is on the horizon. Earlier this month, members of two of Houston’s most prestigious restaurant families announced they were closing […]

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Texas A&M Student Favorite Opens First Houston-Area Restaurant In Katy

POSTED: June 30, 2021 AT 4:03 pm   /   Fried Chicken, News, Restaurant Openings

Layne’s Chicken Fingers has opened in Katy, giving locals a taste of the “soon to be famous” tenders that earned an initial following in College Station. The brand’s first Houston-area outpost opened on June 26 at 23703 Cinco Ranch Boulevard, complete with a drive-thru. Customers will find signature dishes such as crisp chicken fingers, sandwiches, […]

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Isn’t it Ion(ic), don’t you think? A little too Ion(ic)… New Houston Restaurants Are Coming to Midtown

POSTED: June 22, 2021 AT 12:41 pm   /   News, Restaurant Openings

Rice University is transforming the former Sears in Midtown into a new 266,000-square foot technology hub located at 4201 Main. Called the Ion, it will function as the centerpiece of the new 16-acre innovation district currently in development and serve as a working space for future innovators. There is also storefront space for several local […]

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Berg Hospitality Reveals Opening Date for All-Day Café on North Post Oak

POSTED: June 8, 2021 AT 1:31 pm   /   News, Restaurant Openings

Berg Hospitality Group is adding another restaurant to its Houston-spanning portfolio. Owner Benjamin Berg announced via press release today that NoPo Café, Market & Bar, located at 1244 North Post Oak, is opening on Thursday, June 10th. (The name is an acronym that Berg coined that stands for “North” and “Post Oak”, and reflects the […]

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