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I don't know if this will be Pretty Liar alone or two bars in one.

About a month ago, Instagram suggested the accounts Pretty Liar and El Capi to follow based on the accounts I follow. Both list 3030 Travis St in Midtown Houston as the address. Both are also from the same owner or hospitality group.

 

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13 minutes ago, j_cuevas713 said:

I was hoping this shopping center would be demolished but for $50 mil that remodel better be drastic. 

Yep. Heck, Shorenstein only paid $40 million for the entire 800 Bell site, land, building, and the parking garage.

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On 10/28/2021 at 7:30 AM, IntheKnowHouston said:

I don't know if this will be Pretty Liar alone or two bars in one.

About a month ago, Instagram suggested the accounts Pretty Liar and El Capi to follow based on the accounts I follow. Both list 3030 Travis St in Midtown Houston as the address. Both are also from the same owner or hospitality group.

 


Pretty Liar and El Capi, both planned for 3030 Travis St are bar or night club concepts from newly formed Union Station Hospitality Group. Another concept named Anita is possibly planned for the former Midtown Shoppes property at 3030 Travis St.

They have another Midtown bar planned for Milam named Hepburn's.

Union Station Hospitality Group is also working on a bar or night club named Now or Never. I don't know yet if that project will be located at 3030 Travis, somewhere on Milam, or elsewhere in Midtown.

The 3030 Travis St property (Midtown Shoppes) is owned by the Kirby Group (TKG Holdings). The group purchased the property this year. However, there aren't any plans to house a Kirby Group concept on the property. I think Kirby Group leased a few spaces to Union Station Hospitality Group for their upcoming projects.

The future goal is a boutique hotel for the 3030 Travis St property. That could happen in the next ten years or so.

CultureMap may have more on all the planned concepts in the coming weeks or in early 2022. Unlike Eater Houston, CultureMap does a good job keeping the public on top of restaurant and bar coverage, for the most part. Though reporting on rumors, alcohol notices, building permits, and so is where Eater Houston should reign but it doesn't.

Moderators, please consider changing the title to the address only or the name of the property, Midtown Shoppes , 3030 Travis St. This isn't just one bar or club, as the title of the thread implies.

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