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Last Week to Visit Latin Bites in Its Original Location in Warehouse District; Big Move Isn't Far Away

Latin Bites owners from left to right: Carlos Ramos, Rita Castre and chef Roberto Castre.
Latin Bites owners from left to right: Carlos Ramos, Rita Castre and chef Roberto Castre.
Gary R Wise

Sunday, December 18th will be the last chance to grab some of Eater Houston's "Chef of the Year," Roberto Castre's critically acclaimed, upscale Peruvian food inside Latin Bites' original (and tiny) location in the Warehouse District.

After a small hiatus and a big move, the larger location of Latin Bites on Woodway is scheduled to open in January. In addition to providing more space and parking, the move will allow Latin Bites to offer alcohol in their Pisco Bar, run by partner and now beverage manager, Carlos Ramos.

However, don't get too nostalgic about the move from Nance: soon after Latin Bites' vacates, Justin Yu and his Oxheart team move in to open in the first quarter of next year.

· Latin Bites [Facebook]
· All Justin Yu Coverage on Eater Houston [EHOU]
· All Latin Bites Coverage on Eater Houston [EHOU]

Latin Bites

5709 Woodway Drive, Houston, TX

Oxheart Restaurant

1302 Nance Street, Houston, TX 77002 832-830-8592

Latin Bites

1302 Nance St. Houston, TX

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