After years of experience with storms getting more violent than expected, Houston restaurant owners play it safe because of this Tropical storm Nicholas comes to town. Unlike a certain other “Nick” who supposedly comes to town once a year, this is a visitor nobody wants. A Level three flood warning applies not only to tonight, but also to the next three days. Precipitation can reach five to ten centimeters per hour, and that means many roads can be underwater. As Houstonians know, even an hour of heavy rain can make roads impassable. Small streams of water can suddenly turn into rivers that trap cars.
If Tropical Storm Nicholas is causing flooding, the best thing to do is to stay home – and the staff shouldn’t have to do non-essential jobs either.
For this reason, some restaurants in the area close earlier on Monday September 13th and may remain closed on Tuesday. We will update this list as we receive new information. If your restaurant, bar, or other grocery or beverage store is closed or closes earlier, Please email us. All the restaurants that contacted us had the same message: Stay Safe, Houston!
- Share angels remains closed on Monday.
- Anvil Bar and Refuge is expected to be closed until Tuesday.
- Axelrad beer garden remains closed on Monday
- Better luck tomorrow closes on Monday and can reopen on Tuesday.
- Blk Mkt Birria will be closed on Monday and Tuesday
- Bludorn will be closed on Monday
- Brazil is closed on Monday and Tuesday mornings.
- Joint bond closes all locations at 6 p.m. and opens again on Tuesday at 11 a.m.
- Embers & Greens closes on Monday at 4 p.m. and opens again on Tuesday at 4 p.m. Dinner is still to be set.
- Etoile closes on Monday at 4 p.m. and remains closed on Tuesday.
- Brew in equal parts‘s Taproom will be closed on Monday.
- Sweeping BBQ’s The Greenway Plaza location is closed all day on Tuesdays, Feges BBQ Spring Branch opens on September 14th at 3:00 p.m. with regular dining service and take-away.
- FM kitchen & bar will close both Shepherd Drive and Montrose locations at 4 p.m. on Monday.
- Grand Prize Bar is closed on Monday.
- Julep is closed on Monday and maybe Tuesday.
- Kenny & Ziggys: Yom Kippur begins on Wednesday at sunset, so Kenny & Ziggy plan to stay open on Tuesday during regular hours. The restaurant is open on Wednesdays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and closes until Friday due to the holidays.
- Liberty cuisine & oysters closes on Monday at 4 p.m.
- Love nest remains closed on Monday and Tuesday.
- Monkey taiI will close on Monday.
- The Nash is closed on Monday
- Ninja ramen will be closed until Tuesday and not yet decided on Wednesday.
- The original ninfas Both locations will be closed on Monday and Tuesday at 2 p.m. It will reopen on Wednesday at 10 a.m.
- Ouisie’s table is closed Monday evening for dinner and Tuesday all day. The restaurant is scheduled to reopen for lunch on Wednesday.
- Palace social The owners of the Palace Social offer it as a delivery point and emergency kitchen if required. If Tropical Storm Nicholas passes without much damage, all items collected can safely go to Louisiana.
- Restaurants in Pappas is closed on Mondays at 3 p.m. and all day on Tuesdays.
- Powerful is closed until further notice.
- Ramen Tatsu-YaThe Houston location will be closed for lunch on Mondays at 2:00 p.m. through Tuesday.
- Riel is closed on Monday.
- St. Arnold beer garden closes on Monday at 2 p.m. and is closed on Tuesday.
- Shoot the moon is closed on Monday.
- Squable is closed on Tuesday.
- All State tariff‘s locations close on Monday at 4 p.m.
- Mare wood canteen closes at 4 p.m. tonight.
- Traveler’s table is closed on Monday
- Uchi is closed tonight and will keep us updated when they know more.
- The union kitchen is closed at all locations on Mondays at 4 p.m. and on Tuesdays for lunch.
- CITY is closed for breakfast and lunch tomorrow. In the late afternoon you decide on the dinner service for URBE and other concepts.
Woodshed smokehouse remains closed on Monday and Tuesday
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