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Build out pictures of Truck Yard Houston in East Village @ 2118 Lamar

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Truck Yard Houston extra lintel supports phase 1 done!



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Seaside Poke at 2118 Lamar St Ste 101 in East Village


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From Houston Chronicle:
 

THE SPACE

Clean lines and white subway tile predominate the 1,700-square-foot, industrial-chic, counter-service spot.
SeaSide Poke shares a building and patio with new gastropub Chapman & Kirby.

http://www.houstonchronicle.com/entertainment/restaurants-bars/article/SeaSide-Poke-ready-to-bowl-over-EaDo-11214463.php#photo-13073540

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From Houston Chronicle on Chapman & Kirby at 2118 Lamar, Ste 100 in  East Village
 

The EaDo neighborhood, specifically the area dubbed East Village, is quickly taking shape thanks to the recent opening of an enormous gastrolounge so attractive it's sure to draw Houstonians to the once gritty streets behind the George R. Brown Convention Center.
 

Chapman & Kirby, a 10,000 square foot bar and restaurant at 2118 Lamar, opened recently – the first big project at the mixed-use space from Ancorian, a Houston-based real estate and development company. The Ancorian project's first phase includes 60,000 square feet of space comprised of two midcentury industrial buildings at Hutchins, St. Emanuel and Dallas Streets. Already, SeaSide Poke restaurant has opened next door to Chapman & Kirby, and other restaurants and bars are in the works including Truck Yard (a bar concept from Dallas), Rodeo Goat (an icehouse, also hailing from Dallas), a vodka micro-distillery called Our/Houston, and a concept (maybe two) from Agricole Hospitality, the Houston company that owns Revival Market, Coltivare, and Eight Row Flint.

More here:
http://www.houstonchronicle.com/entertainment/restaurants-bars/article/Chapman-Kirby-lights-up-EaDo-11225072.php#photo-13102071

 

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On 1/10/2017 at 9:11 AM, CrockpotandGravel said:

Houston-based Ancorian's East Village development is a multiphase mixed-use project underway on several blocks in east downtown at St. Emanuel Street and Dallas Street. The development's first phase, which will include around 60,000 square feet of retail and office space, is set to deliver in it entirety this summer, Ancorian's Michael Sperandio told the Houston Business Journal. The first phase was originally set to deliver in September and is now 100 percent preleased.

 

The first phase's tenants include:

  • A 15,000-square-foot multiconcept development from Agricole Hospitality. Agricole is behind Eight Row Flint, Coltivare and Revival Market.


We have names for Agricole Hospitality's multiconcepts coming to EaDo's East Village. From Houston Chronicle

Indianola:  will celebrate classic American dishes born from the immigrant experience. Weber's German/Czech ancestors on his mother's side came to Texas through Indianola in the 1870s. Pera's immigrant connections are via Ellis Island, while Huynh's family came through San Francisco. Those threads of American convergence inspired the partners to think about classic melting pot staples. It will be in a 3,000-square-foot spot.

Miss Carousel: Attached to Indianola via a corridor, this 5,000-square-foot bar is named for a Townes Van Zandt song that was often heard on the early playlist at Revival Market. It is intended to be both a destination bar and a bar/lounge for Indianola. With 200 indoor/outdoor seats, the bar will be furnished with living room-style couches, chairs, rugs (and even a fireplace) evoking turn-of-the-century hotels,

Vinny's: Named for Huynh, this fast-casual pizza joint will focus on slices and delivery. But don't expect Colitvare-style pizza. The partners expect to present a variety of pizza styles.

http://www.chron.com/entertainment/restaurants-bars/article/Agricole-Hospitality-announces-three-EaDo-projects-11233818.php


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This Indianola place looks like a weed dispensary 

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^^ And Miss Carousel is beginning to look like it's grow house. 

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26 minutes ago, Naviguessor said:

^^ And Miss Carousel is beginning to look like it's grow house. 


Miss Carousel's outdoor bar design reminds me of the outdoor and indoor courtyard design at Paul Qui's Aqui on Westheimer (it's in the Montrose thread)

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The only way I would sit outside in Houston from April to October would be if there was a breeze or misting fans

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Here's a proposed venue that ended up on the chopping block for East End. It would have been located where the Agricole Hospitality projects are going in.

Switchboards Shuffleboard Lounge - 2119 Dallas St
https://www.facebook.com/switchboards

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Switchboards is a 20k square foot all indoor climate controlled venue that will host 10 shuffleboard lanes, 2 full service bars, a stage for bands or presentations, premium DJ entertainment, 2 food truck bays, a courtyard, 40+ TVS, and a 40 keg draft system featuring local Texas brews!

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http://www.switchboardshouston.com

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I need a rolling deck to play shuffleboard (this kind). Maybe they figured that and the installation of hydraulics to simulate a rocking ocean liner would be too great?

 

They should consider going the seedy bar route and install some bar style shuffleboard tables.

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