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La Fisheria Is Just About Ready to Return After Being Shuttered by Harvey

The restaurant expects to open in the coming weeks

La Fisheria’s interior before Harvey
La Fisheria/Facebook
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Mexican seafood restaurant La Fisheria is finally getting ready to make a comeback after significant damage from Hurricane Harvey forced it to shutter.

In a comment on Facebook, La Fisheria has announced that it has plans to open the doors again in the coming weeks, hopefully sooner rather than later. La Fisheria closed its doors on September 3, just shortly after Harvey made landfall. Downtown was hit hard by the storm, with much of the 32 inches of rain dumped on Houston concentrated in the neighborhood and its surrounding areas.

The restaurant has not disclosed exactly how its space at 213 Milam was impacted, but suffice it to say, the damage was significant. It’s one of many Downtown spots that have still not reopened after the storm, like Brewery Tap HTX. That bar closed in August, and a tipster tells Eater that its space is currently up for lease.

La Fisheria says that it plans to open by the end of March or beginning of April. Stay tuned for an official reopening date, and scope out the progress in the meantime below.

We”re getting there!!! Thank you all for your support!!! ♥️♥️♥️

Posted by La Fisheria - Houston on Wednesday, February 21, 2018