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A.M. Intel: Cullen's Holds Memorial Service for Ryan Roberts; Honeychild's Sweet Creams Celebrates Rosh Hashanah

James Coney Island celebrates anniversary with cheap dogs, Zelco Concepts begins construction at Evelyn's Park, plus more news you might have missed.

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HOUSTON The memorial service for Ryan Roberts, the late General Manager for Cullen's, will be held at Cullen's American Grille & Whiskey bar September 15, Tuesday afternoon. More details, including information on a fund set up for Ryan's two children, can be found on the Cullen's website at www.CullensHouston.com. [EHOU]

MEYERLAND — Honeychild's Sweet Creams have whipped up a special flavor for Rosh Hashanah, dubbed Shanah Tovah. They've concocted a new frozen custard flavor made with french toast challah, apples, honey, cinnamon, orange peel and vanilla. You can only get this holiday flavor at Belden's and during Rosh Hashanah (September 13-15). [EHOU]

Honeychild's Sweet Creams

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BELLAIRE — The latest proposed restaurant concept at Evelyn's Park in Bellaire from Jamie and Dalia Zelko of Zelko concepts (Zelko Bistro, The Heights HoneyBee Project) has just release an artist's rendering of the project. The Zelco group plans to oversee the new cafe at Evelyn's Park. The park project is scheduled to open summer 2016. [Houston Chronicle]

HOUSTON — James Coney Island Thursday, September 17, will sell its signature Original Coney dogs for 92 cents each, one cent for every year JCI has been in business. And if you really want to splurge, JCI will not limit diners to a specific number of dogs, so the next office-wide lunch can totally be on you. There are 20 locations across the Houston area. [CultureMap Houston]

Cullen's

11500 Space Center Blvd, Houston, TX 77059 (281) 991-2000 Visit Website

James Coney Island

3607 S Shepherd Dr, Houston, TX 77098 (713) 524-7400 Visit Website

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