B.B. Lemon marks one-year anniversary of Washington Avenue location

B.B. Lemon
Courtesy B.B. Lemon

Courtesy B.B. Lemon

Benjamin Berg’s B.B. Lemon marked the one-year anniversary of its location at 1809 Washington Ave., Houston, in November. The restaurant offers casual American fare with a menu that includes clam chowder, campechana, burgers, steaks, mac and cheese, lobster rolls and more—in addition to a full bar with "Lemon Hour" specials. 713-554-1809. www.bblemon.com
By Matt Dulin
Matt joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2018 and is the City Editor for Houston's Inner Loop editions.


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