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It looks like Postino Wine Cafe’s set its sights on Town & Country
It’s probably in the earliest stages, but documents filed with the Texas Secretary of State’s office indicate that popular new wine bar Postino has plans for a new outpost in Houston’s Town & Country Village area. In August, the Secretary of State’s office issued a certificate of filing for a new limited liability corporation called Postino Houston Town & Country. That LLC is connected to Postino parent company Upward Projects and its co-founder, Lauren Bailey. When reached for comment, a publicist was not able to provide further details on the chain’s plans for new locations.
Tout Suite heads to Downtown’s new neighborhood park
One of Houston’s favorite coffee destinations will soon set up shop at forthcoming Downtown green space Southern Downtown Park. Per a press release, the popular cafe will take over a 2,4000 square foot space at 1500 Fannin Street, bringing its menu of coffee, pastries, and more to a second local outpost. The park’s expected to debut sometime in 2021.
A ritzy dine-in movie theatre heads to The Woodlands
Luxe movie theatre Cinepolis has announced plans for a new outpost in The Woodlands. According to a press release, the new outpost is set to arrive at the Creekside Park Village Center development in November 2019, complete with a full bar and menu of upscale eats. It’s the third Texas location for the chain, which currently operates two locations in the Dallas area.