The status and timeline varies for businesses in Bay Area Houston reopening after the impact of Hurricane Beryl on July 8.

What we know

According to an email, businesses at Kemah Boardwalk, including Saltgrass Steak House, Landry's Seafood House and Kemah Boardwalk Inn, reopened July 10. Its remaining restaurants are set to reopen July 11, and amusement rides and events are scheduled to resume July 12 at 215 Kipp Avenue.

Meanwhile, "landmark" Seabrook floating bar Barge 295 suffered severe damage when its entire first floor was submerged in water during the storm.

Owner Mike Robinson said city of Seabrook building officials would not allow them to temporarily continue operations on the yard side of the business, which is located at 2613 1/2 Nasa Parkway, Seabrook.

It's unclear when the bar will be able to continue service, Robinson said.

Quote of note

"[This situation] is kind of unique to us—we're floating [in Clear Lake]," Robinson said. "It's weathered every storm since 1982. We were hopeful it would do that in this one."

What else?

The following businesses have confirmed they are open or closed as of July 10. This list is not comprehensive.


Barge 295Village Seafood and PizzaOpen

Athena's CornerBubba Gump Shrimp Co. GalvestonDairy QueenDomino’s PizzaFish Tales GalvestonGalveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier - 3PM openingHabanero’s TacosIguanas RanasMarco's PizzaMario's Pizza & PastaMcDonald's Merlion Thai RestaurantMidnite SlicePelican GrillPizza HutSam's Boat Clear Lake Seabrook Classic CafeSeabrook Waffle CompanySubwaySunshine Kitchen & BakeryThe BackyardThe Flame TacosThe Healthy Crave - Smoothie BarTookie’s SeafoodViola & Agnes