The Palm Steakhouse in Houston is shifting from its acquainted dwelling to the dig downtown

HOUSTON, Texas – One of Houston’s oldest steakhouses will soon have a new home. The Palm will close its previous location on Westheimer and move into a new home in the city center.

As CultureMap previously reported, Landry’s, Inc. will be opening a new Palm in the former III Forks area at 1201 Fannin St. Originally, this appeared to be a second location for the New York-based restaurant; Instead, the downtown outpost will be Houston’s only palm tree.

A representative for Landry’s, Inc, the Houston-based hospitality juggernaut that acquired The Palm in 2019, tells CultureMap that the current location will not close until the new restaurant is ready. Work is already underway on the downtown location, which is expected to open in the fourth quarter of this year. Landry’s only anticipates a one-week gap between closing the original location and opening the new one.

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