Little Em’s Oyster Bar Is Relocating

Carpenter Carpenter Hospitality plans to relocate its concept to 1024 S Alamo Street.
The eatery recently posted the announcement to its Instagram page, writing, "Sorry, we're closed for remodeling."
"Morton's The Steakhouse first opened its doors on State Street in 1978 and now welcomes guests to more than 65 worldwide locations."
“Cake has the unique ability to connect us with the people and events of our past," shares the SusieCakes founder.
"Beau’s plans to offer diner favorites: pancakes, club sandwiches, T-bone steaks, and of course, milkshakes."
Renovations to the existing 3,186-square-foot space are scheduled to begin on June 10 and finish on December 10.
Salad and Go is known for bringing “salads and more to the drive-thru with blazing fast, friendly service and a fresh crunch of whole-food goodness.”
"We were born to be in Texas. Everything’s bigger in Texas, and everything’s bigger at Hash Kitchen and The Sicilian Butcher,” shares the concepts' owner, Joey Maggiore.
The eatery is known for serving craft beer alongside Smash burgers, chicken sandwiches, shoestring fries, onion rings, and milkshakes
Coming to 405 N St. Mary Street, the shop will join the apartment complex The Travis Building.

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