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A California Chain’s Gourmet Hot Dogs Are En Route to Houston

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Dog Haus, a California-based chain known for its gourmet dogs and sausages stuffed inside sweet Hawaiian rolls, will soon bring multiple locations to Houston. A representative tells Eater that the chain has plans to open at least two locations in Houston, likely in the suburbs, though no leases have been signed just yet. Stay tuned for more details on when these bacon-wrapped, cheese-slathered dogs might land. [EaterWire]

Cloud 10 Creamery has closed its original Rice Village outpost to move to a new home in Midtown. The popular ice cream shop is set to debut at the Mix in Midtown this week, and there’s also plans in the works for another new location at 3502 Shepherd Road that will follow in early 2019. [CultureMap]

Vinegar Hill, the chef-focused incubator that is set to take over the space formerly occupied by the original Beaver’s at 1310 Decatur, is getting a new name. A post to the restaurant’s Facebook page indicates that it will now be known as The Decatur Bar & Popup Factory, which is a decidedly more appealing moniker. Originally expected to open in November, the restaurant is now set to make its debut in early 2019. [EaterWire]

— Popular breakfast spot Flying Biscuit Cafe has opened its first Houston-area outpost in Memorial City at 12389 Kingsride Lane. The Atlanta-born restaurant is, not surprisingly, known for its massive fluffy biscuits and more morning-friendly fare like pancakes, shrimp and grits, and egg dishes. Flying Biscuit Cafe is apparently attempting to battle it out with Snooze for breakfast supremacy in Houston with a second outpost, set to open in Midtown Houston late next year.