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Happy Fatz Exits The Heights

Its owners are already planning a new restaurant

Happy Fatz Yelp/Christina V.
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After more than six years in the Heights, Happy Fatz has officially closed its doors.

The restaurant announced its departure in a Facebook post, citing a battle with its next door neighbor as the reason behind the closure. “The uphill battle with the “neighboring” house for the last 2 years became a greater challenge than expected,” reads the post. “We are so thankful to all of our customers that made Happy Fatz an entity in the Heights and Houston for the last 6.5 years. We love and will miss everyone.”

Despite this setback, Happy Fatz’s owners are already planning a new restaurant in Canyon Lake. The new eatery, called Wildflour Artisan Bakery & Grill, is expected to open near the Guadalupe River, about three hours away from Houston. The restaurant also insists that it will continue to host pop-ups in the Houston area, which means that those cheesecakes won’t totally disappear.

No timeline has been announced for Wildflour Artisan Bakery & Grill’s. Stay tuned for more details on Happy Fatz pop-ups in Houston.

Dear Our Happy Fatz Customers/Family, It is with great sorrow that we announce, effective 11-1-17, Happy Fatz will be...

Posted by Happy Fatz on Wednesday, November 1, 2017