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Pax Americana Will Close This Weekend

Alcohol is 50% off during the Montrose restaurant’s final day of service

Eater Houston

It’s closing time for Pax Americana, a Montrose restaurant that once served up some of Houston’s most acclaimed dishes. The restaurant, which debuted in 2014 led by Chef Adam Dorris and owner and restaurateur Shepard Ross, posted the news on Instagram yesterday that its last day of service will be Saturday, January 12. The announcement reads:

Houston, the time has come to close Pax Americana and allow the team to move onto new projects. We are thankful first and foremost to the Montrose neighborhood and our guests for their support over the years. The adventure wouldn’t have been possible without our dedicated staff, farmers, ranchers, fisherman, and suppliers for the commitment to providing wonderful service and products. We remain thankful for all of the positive accolades received by the local media during our tenure. Our last day of service will be January 12th, we apologize for the short notice, we opted to allow our staff to find new roles and spend much deserved time with their families.

For those that make it out today or tomorrow for one final Pax Americana meal, there are deals to be had. The restaurant’s Instagram yesterday reads: “All alcohol will be 30% off tonight, 40% off tomorrow the 11th, and 50% off on Saturday the 12th! Come by and enjoy our delicious food and try some new and interesting drinks while you can!”

Pax Americana

4319 Montrose Blvd, Houston, TX 77006 (713) 239-0228 Visit Website