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oysters and shrimp. 281-575-1746. www.crawshcafe.com 10 Neumed Modern Urgent Care , a combination of an IV drip therapy spa with an urgent care facility, plans to open this fall at 2401 N. Shepherd Drive, Ste. A-130. The clinic will provide prima- ry medical care, treating injuries and common illnesses as well as IV infusions. www.neumed.com RELOCATIONS 11 High-end bridal boutique Winnie Couture relocated from West University to Montrose in early July. The Beverly Hills-based shop has 10 agship loca- tions throughout the U.S. and is known for serving celebrity clients. Visits are scheduled by appointment only at 1847 W. Alabama St., Houston. 713-782-9316. www.winniecouture.com CLOSINGS 12 The upscale home decor and furni- ture store Wisteria is closing down all of its operations, including its Houston location at 3461 W. Alabama St., which opened in November 2019. The Dal- las-based company, founded in 2000 initially as a mail-order catalog, was acquired by the British company OKA Direct Ltd. in 2018. The closures were announced June 29, and the Houston location was still promoting closing sales in late August. 800-320-9757. www.wisteria.com 13 Jackson’s Place dog day care is permanently closing its Montrose/River Oaks-area facility at 1635 Dunlavy St.,
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location in Houston at 1533 N. Shep- herd Drive, Ste. 100, on Aug. 4. The restaurant, owned by Phoenix-based Fox Restaurant Concepts, was originally expected to open in March, but it was de- layed because of the pandemic. Its menu oers gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options. 346-230-4478. www.iamaowerchild.com 6 The River Oaks-area restaurant Relish , 2810 Westheimer Road, reopened for full dine-in service as of July 31. It had been previously only oering curbside service for lunch and dinner since June. 713-599-1960. www.relishhouston.com 7 Wine cellar and lounge Vault & Vino opened in mid-July at 2505 Mason St., Houston. The building houses a series of climate-controlled lockers for wine storage as well as an expansive lounge to stay and enjoy wine with other clients of the members-only cellar. 713-364-5391. www.vaultandvino.com 8 Tenfold Coee opened July 22 at 101 Aurora St., Houston. The coee shop and roastery specializes in sourcing high-qual- ity coee from sustainable farms in developing countries; hosting educational opportunities; and selling beans, coee subscriptions and merchandise.
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NOWOPEN 1 Atlanta-based The Original Hot- dog Factory opened Sept. 4 at 920 Studemont St., Houston. With options from Jamaican Jerk hot dogs to Mexi- can-inspired taco hot dogs, the restau- rant puts a creative spin on the classic staple. 713-861-3647. www.theoriginalhotdogfactory.com 2 The new restaurant Bludorn , 807 Taft St., Houston, opened for dinner service Aug. 21. The former executive chef of Cafe Boulud in Manhattan, Aaron Bludorn and his wife, Victoria Pappas, of the longtime Houston-area restaurant family, developed the concept, oering “creative and eclectic American cuisine,” according to a news release, with a focus on sustainable, local and seasonal ingre- dients. 713-999-0146. www.bludornrestaurant.com
3 The James Beard Award-nominated chef Ronnie Killen, known for his barbe- cue and steakhouse enterprises, opened Killen’s at 101 Heights Blvd., Houston, on Aug. 19. The restaurant opened for dine-in dinner service initially, but it will eventually add takeout options. The menu oers Southern comfort food, fried chicken, chicken-fried steak and other family-inspired options. 713-637-4664. www.killensrestaurants.com 4 Liberty Kitchen & Oysterette in River Oaks, 4224 San Felipe St., reopened for dine-in service Aug. 7 after being acquired by Houston hospitality rm Culinary Khancepts. The Heights location, retained by F.E.E.D. TX Restaurant Group, is slated for a new concept. The restaurants had been closed since March. 713-622-1010. www.libertykitcheneats.com 5 The diet-conscious, fast-casual restaurant Flower Child opened its third
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9 Crawsh Cafe will open its new loca- tion at 1026 N. Shepherd Drive, Hous- ton, on Sept. 12. The Vietnamese-Cajun restaurant opened in the Alief area in 2013. The menu oers boiled crawsh with nine avor options, as well as Gulf blue crabs, snow crab legs, king crab legs,
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