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REOPENING REPORT — Alma Latina in the Heights will reopen on July 20. The restaurant was forced to shutter on June 7 following a devastating kitchen fire. The restaurant has undergone a remodel as a result of the damage and features updates to the interior including the dining room and back bar. [Houstonia]

NEWS — Meat-centric eatery B&B Butchers is now certified by the Kobe Beef Association in Japan — one of only nine U.S. restaurants to earn the distinction. The label allows the restaurant to serve the rarefied, top-rate A5 Kobe beef. [Chron]

CHEF SHUFFLES — Katy-based eatery Agave Rio named chef Eric Aldis of Midtown Barbecue and The Corner Chair its executive chef. [The Katy Rancher]

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