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A New Pop-Up Kitchen Brings Chef-Prepared Meals to Houstonians in Need

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Superica is back
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Superica and La Lucha are back

After closing his three Houston restaurants two weeks ago, restaurateur Ford Fry will reopen his Heights spots Superica and La Lucha for takeout only. “At the time of our closure of Superica, while no one within our restaurants had tested positive for COVID-19, we felt that it was safer for all Rocket Farm employees to take the time to stay home for a full 14 days in order for us to streamline our processes and reopen without any health concerns,” Fry said in a statement. His River Oaks eatery State of Grace will remain closed for now.

Houston city council member launches pop-up kitchen to feed the needy

Houston City Councilor Letitita Plummer has teamed up with a group of business and nonprofit leaders to establish a pop-up kitchen that will bring 100 chef-prepared meals to those in need each day. The Feed the Need pop-up kitchen has enlisted chefs like Cuchara’s Ana Beaven, Craft Pita’s Rafi Nasr, and Wendell Price of Seaside Lounge. Those who have a few extra bucks can donate to the program’s GoFundMe, and meals will be served April 8-12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and April 14-19 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Seaside Lounge.

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