A few thousand spectators lined Houston Street on Saturday for the 18th Annual Veterans Day Parade.
The oak-lined green space across from the current Frost Bank headquarters at Houston and Flores streets is being prepared for a major makeover.
About a month ago, Mad Dogs British Pub ownership purchased the Ticket Sports Pub, 420 E. Houston St., from owner Todd Koym.
Chuck Holdridge’s Traveler Barbershop is now open in the Burns building on Houston Street. Commonwealth Coffee & Bakery is 1-2 months behind.
Bella on Houston, the Mediterranean cuisine restaurant formerly on the River Walk, opened Friday night at its new location on East Houston Street.
The Austin-based store will offer a little bit of everything, “coffee and breakfast tacos, grab-and-go salads and sandwiches, grocery, beer/wine, snacks, beverages.”
GrayStreet Partners, one of the largest holders of downtown real estate, has begun putting a 15,000-square-foot food hall into the ground and mezzanine levels of the former children’s museum on East Houston Street.
Bella on the River, the inconspicuous River Walk restaurant near one of the river floodgates, is moving to Houston Street in late October. Specifically, Bella will be taking over the Houston Street Bistro location at 204 E. Houston St., between the Starbucks and the Majestic Theatre entrance. On Wednesday, the restaurant made the announcement on […]
Updated 12:40 p.m. with renderings of pocket park. By next summer, Dallas-based Devils River Whiskey will move its headquarters, while opening a second distillery and tasting room, inside the Burns building, 401 E. Houston St. “When you’re trying to grow a brand, it’s about getting the word out,” said owner Mike Cameron, who lives in […]
Playland, a nontraditional pizzeria by the duo behind Southtown restaurants Feast and Battalion, and Rebelle at the St. Anthony Hotel, is two weeks away from opening in the Maverick apartment building on Houston Street, says partner and chef Stefan Bowers. Already, the restaurant’s patio has been outlined by a series of planters. Inside, the essential […]
The lunch options on Houston Street will get a significant boost on Friday with The Spot of Houston, a kind of midday food truck festival on the empty lot on Houston and Jefferson streets. The participants are Lada Ladies (enchiladas), Bebere Ethiopian, Garbanzo (Mediterranean), Twisted Traditions (German, American, Asian and Italian), Ay Papi (Puerto Rican), […]
Prominent downtown developer David Adelman could receive a city incentive worth up to $335,000 for the renovation of the historic Burns building, 401 E. Houston St. Currently, the remodel has begun on the four-story building. The $11.3 million project will add 39,000 square feet of creative office space to Houston Street, and continue a trend […]