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Nelore Churrascaria Shutters, Probably Because It Owes $50,000 In Back Rent

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See ya later, Nelore
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— CultureMap reports that Nelore Brazilian Steakhouse has closed its doors after more than ten years in the neighborhood, probably due in large part to the notice pinned to its door that announces that its owners owe upwards of $50,000 in back rent on the converted house that it formerly occupied at 4412 Montrose. Ouch. [CultureMap]

— While Anvil Bar & Refuge is closed for minor renovations, the bar’s mixologists will head over to sister watering hole The Nightingale Room for a revival of their Texas Tiki Disco pop-up. Originated last year at Anvil’s 7th anniversary party, the tiki-themed shindig will feature a menu of tropical-inspired classic libations, punch bowls, and (of course) plenty of disco. [EaterWire]

— Agu Ramen continues its take over of the city’s noodle scene. In March and April, the Hawaii-based chain will open three new outposts in Houston, including locations at 2130 Lone Star Dr. in Sugar Land, 510 S. Mason Rd. in Katy, and Nassau Bay at 1360 NASA Parkway. [EaterWire]