For burger lovers in The Heights, the waiting for one of the neighborhood’s most eagerly anticipated new restaurants is almost over. Bernie’s Burger Bus will open its location at 2200 Yale Street on July 31. Almost two years in the making, the Heights location of the food truck-turned-restaurant applies the lessons learned at the Bellaire and Katy locations to make it the most fully-realized version of chef-owner Justin Turner’s concept.
Restaurants being bought out for private events isn't all that unusual, as anyone who has ever tried to book a table at a steakhouse during OTC has discovered. Similarly, good barbecue restaurants sell out of meat almost every day.Despite both of those situations being fairly routine, Pinkerton's Barbecue's experience with a buyout that closed it during lunch on Thursday occurred under unusual circumstances.
Restaurants being bought out for private events isn’t all that unusual, as anyone who has ever tried to book a table at a steakhouse during OTC has discovered. Similarly, good barbecue restaurants sell out of meat almost every day. Despite both of those situations being fairly routine, Pinkerton’s Barbecue’s experience with a buyout that closed it during lunch on Thursday occurred under unusual circumstances.
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Selecting a term
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