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One Of Houston’s Fave Burger Spots Closes This Month; West Alabama Beer Bar Is Moving Forward

Plus, Luv Me Tenders finds a permanent home

Luv Me Tenders is headed for a permanent home
Luv Me Tenders is headed for a permanent home
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Amy McCarthy is a reporter at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

HEIGHTS – If you’re a fan of the Washington Ave Christian’s Tailgate location and its legendary burger, you’re going to want to head to the Heights in the next two weeks. On May 25, the keys will be handed over to a developer with plans to remodel and lease the space. Your last day to dig into a burger is May 24. [Houston Chronicle]

UPPER KIRBY – Reserve 101’s Stephen Long is officially in the beer business. A tipster sent Eater a screenshot of the official public notice for Hops Meets Barley’s liquor license application along with an application for a sales tax permit. As predicted, it will occupy the former Mission Burrito space at 2245 West Alabama. [EaterWire]

NEWS – Jason “Big Sexy” Hill’s Luv Me Tenders food truck is officially headed for a brick and mortar space. Hill has rented out Kipper Club Test Kitchen, owned by Treadsack Restaurant Group, to open the new concept. Hill will begin by serving his Bun B-approved tenders from the truck in front of the restaurant, which will likely open after minor renovation in mid-June. [CultureMap]