Folks looking for a taco or outdoor hang session at Yucatan Taco Stand at 3407 Montrose (at Hawthorne) are out of luck. The eatery closed up for good last week with the following message posted on its door: The Houston Press reached out to the owner and is awaiting word as to why the location has shuttered. A call to the Woodlands location confirmed that the restaurant "wasn't working out," but no other information was given.
It's no big secret that Houston loves brunch and the Houston Press is right there with you. On Saturday, September 30, "The Morning After, A Houston Press Brunch Event," brings some of the city's top brunch destinations to the Bayou City Events Center Pavilion, 9401 Knight. From 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., restaurants will serve up bottomless brunch bites alongside a Boozy Juice Bar, Bubbly Bar where you can concoct the perfect mimosa, a Build Your Own Bloody Mary Bar and a Coffee Bar and live music.
The Heights property that used to house troubled Treadsackian eateries Bernadine's and Hunky Dory will be home to an upscale Tex Mex eatery and an adjacent fried chicken annex from State of Grace restaurateur Ford Fry come 2018. Fry, a Texas native turned Atlanta-based restaurant maven, plans to open Superica, which has two ATL locations already, in the former Bernadine's space.
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