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Prohibition Serves Lunch; Zagat's Business Lunch Deals in Houston

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Be the first to dine at a swanky downtown burlesque club or try ten midday specials around town.

One of Houston's most anticipated fall openings is right around the corner. Yesterday, CultureMap's Eric Sandler announced Prohibition Supperclub & Bar will soft open today. Chef Ben McPherson of Batanga and sous chef Matt Wommack, have put together a lunch menu that's as lavish as the restaurant itself. Steamed mussels, smoked fried chicken and fried fish beignets are a sample of what's available so far.

Beverage director Lainey Collum will delay Prohibition's cocktail program until a later date. In the meantime, lunch is available to friends and family. A representative for Prohibition tells Eater Houston however, menu items aren't half off this week as reported by CultureMap.

If fighting Downtown construction traffic isn't your ideal way to spend lunch, Zagat Houston has ten business lunch suggestions for you. Caracol's two for $22, Paul's Kitchen's three course blue plate special for $20 and more are a few of the site's top picks. For a weekday lunch under $15, Zagat's Marcy de Luna recommends Kata Robata in Upper Kirby: "seafood salad with fresh salmon, scallop, shrimp, cucumber, seaweed and spring mix with a sunomono sweet-and-sour vinaigrette sauce for $12."



Prohibition Supperclub & Bar

1008 Prairie Street, , TX 77002 (281) 940-4636 Visit Website

Kata Robata

3600 Kirby Drive, , TX 77098 (713) 526-8858 Visit Website

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