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1805 W 18th St | Timbergrove

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1805 W 18th St was the site of Pizza Hut. Braun Enterprises purchased the property sometime in 2017.



From the Leader, December 2016:
 

Braun is also buying the nearby Pizza Hut at 1805 West 18th in 2017.
 

“We are talking to several local restaurant concepts about taking over the space,” said Wolf. “We want to do something cool and local here to help out the neighborhood. Hughie’s does really well across the street. We want to help add local concepts to the area.”


https://theleadernews.com/braun-acquistions-continue-with-purchase-in-timbergrove/




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La Vista 101 was announced a the new tenant for 1805 W 18th St in the Timbergrove area. This was the site of Pizza Hut purchased by Braun Enterprises .


From CultureMap and The Leader, April 2017:
 

http://houston.culturemap.com/news/restaurants-bars/04-13-17-la-vista-greg-gordon-briargrove-lazybrook-timbergrove-neighborhood-restaurant/
https://theleadernews.com/la-vista-sets-sights-on-timbergrove/


From the Leader:

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La Vista 101 closed this summer in July. It was located at 1805 W 18th St, in the Timbergrove area.


From CultureMap Houston:

http://houston.culturemap.com/news/restaurants-bars/07-09-19-la-vista-101-closed-italian-restaurant-lazybrook-timbergrove-greg-gordon/

 

 

The property was relisted:

https://www.braunenterprises.com/1805-w-18th (archive link)


Brochure: https://www.braunenterprises.com/s/Braun-Enterprises-1805-W-18th-cbh6.pdf (archive link)

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Braun Enterprises found a new tenant for  the building at 1805 W 18th St. This is in the Timbergrove area of Houston.

Dak & Bop is replacing La Vista 101 at 1805 W 19th St.



Dak & Bop is a locally-owned Korean fried chicken restaurant. There is a location in the Museum District.

https://www.dakandbop.com/


Maybe there will be light exterior and interior remodeling .

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On 9/9/2019 at 8:03 AM, CrockpotandGravel said:

Braun Enterprises found a new tenant for  the building at 1805 W 18th St. This is in the Timbergrove area of Houston.

Dak & Bop is replacing La Vista 101 at 1805 W 19th St.



Dak & Bop is a locally-owned Korean fried chicken restaurant. There is a location in the Museum District.

https://www.dakandbop.com/


Maybe there will be light exterior and interior remodeling .




Houston Chronicle report today of Dak & Bop's expansion posted here yesterday. This location will be a Korean-Italian fusion restaurant.



 

Popular Korean fried chicken joint Dak & Bop is heading to Timbergrove.
 

Owner Jason Cho told Chron.com he is launching the second location of the casual restaurant at 1805 West 18th Street in the space formerly occupied by Italian restaurant, La Vista 101. The first location of Dak & Bop, located at 1801 Binz in the Museum District, opened in 2014.
 

"I've been looking for a second location for more than a year. I was waiting for the right spot," Cho said.

...The second outpost of Dak & Bop, 3,000 square feet, is currently being renovated with a tentative opening date set for mid- to late October, Cho said.



https://www.houstonchronicle.com/entertainment/restaurants-bars/article/Houston-Heights-Timbergrove-Dak-Bop-fried-chicken-14427955.php


 

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