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Montrose Bar Soft Opening; Pastry Chef Pop-Ups

SOFT OPENING— As we mentioned earlier today, Lowbrow will host a soft opening this Thursday (October 24) at 7 p.m. They'll have about five to six menu items and a limited bar selection, but the owner and artists behind the project are excited to introduce this new Montrose bar. [Eaterwire]

CHEAP EATS— Like she did for Montrose and River Oaks, the Houston Press' Brooke Viggiano counted down midtown's top five budget lunch spots. At No. 1 is Spec's Deli: "Loyal patrons of the midtown Spec's know its more than merely a liquor store. Its deli makes some of the best sliced-to-order sandwiches in town." [Houston Press]

POP-UP WIRE—" The Houston Chronicle's Greg Morago reports on a series of weekly events from Triniti chef Ryan Hildebrand beginning November 2. The weekly events will feature executive pastry chef Samantha Mendoza. Morago writes: "The pop up bakery will be every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. until the opening of FM903, which is the name of the restaurant that was originally called Brande (in the old Ruggles spot on Westheimer in Montrose). Look for the pop up in the lounge at Triniti. Drinks, including $1 drip coffee, also will be available." [Houston Chronicle]

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