Vallone’s, a steakhouse named after Houston restaurant icon Tony Vallone, is closing.
The restaurant’s last night of service is July 20, according to Eater Houston and confirmed with a call to the restaurant. Scott Sulma, general manager and a partner in the restaurant, provided a statement to Eater regarding the closure.
“It is with a heavy heart that Vallone’s Restaurant’s last service will be Friday night July 20,” Sulma and Vallone said in the statement to Eater. “We thank our…
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I knew it was going to be an interesting night when YouTube sensation Danny Duncan road onto the stage on a dirt bike while sparklers shot over the crowd and two of Danny’s friends shot the audience with fog guns. A crowd of what seemed like 400 to 500 teenage guys, with a few girls here and there welcomed Danny and his crew. Fans have grown familiar with Danny and the guys he brought on tour over…
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On Tuesday night, Smashing Pumpkins returned to Houston as part of the “Shiny and Oh So Bright” tour. This was the first time the original lineup of the band got back together to play (oh, but not bassist D’arcy Wretyzy — I don’t think she got the memo). Three out of four ain’t bad, right? Regardless, powerhouse drummer Jimmy Chamberlin, guitar icon James Iha, and the one and only Billy Corgan…
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Downtown Houston has several food halls underway, but a new food market project — similar to Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia and Chelsea Market in New York City — is planned for the western edge of the 610 Loop.
Railway Heights Market is expected to open in 2019 at 8200 Washington Ave., according to its website and confirmed by a spokesperson for the developer, a Chicago-based company called My Park Easy. The project will not only have a 40,000-square-foot warehouse filled with vendors…
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The company’s founder and owner had been planning to wind the business down and focus on his ranch full time. But he changed his mind.
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The dealership was originally scheduled to open in the second quarter of 2018.
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The New York Stock Exchange has given San Antonio-based oil company Camber Energy Inc. an extension to raise its stock price.
Camber (NYSE American: CEI) — which used to be based in Houston — now has until Dec. 15 to get back into compliance with stock exchange rules, the company announced this week.
NYSE American issued Camber a deficiency letter in October 2017, stating that the exploration and production company’s common stock has been trading below 20 cents per share for 30 days or more.…
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