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Georges Bistro Will Close; Golden Chick Lands In Houston

Plus, take a ride on the brunch train

So long, Georges Bistro.
So long, Georges Bistro.

THE SHUTTER – After two years, classic French staple Georges Bistro will close its doors. According to a Facebook post from owners Monique and Georges will be returning back home to Maussane, France at the end of the month. Throughout their esteemed restaurant career, the Guys operated six celebrated French concepts. The final day of service will be March 27, and Georges will host a farewell dinner on March 23. [Facebook]

BRUNCH WIRE – Brunch is great, but eating brunch on a train is pretty much the best thing on the planet. On March 10, the Dogwood Special Brunch Train will take diners throughout the Texas State Railroad, where they’ll dig into a four-course meal paired with beer, wine, and bloody marys. The train departs from Palestine Depot at 10 a.m. next Sunday, and tickets can be scored for $80 here.

THE CHAINS – Texas-based fried chicken chain Golden Chick will open its first Houston location at 8910 Westheimer on March 21. The chain, known for its fried chicken tenders and fluffy yeast rolls, plans to open a number of outposts in the coming months, duplicating its rollout in several Dallas locations over the past few years. [QSR]

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