UPDATES: Tracking temporarily closed restaurants in the Heights, River Oaks and Montrose area

Chef Ford Fry's State of Grace, 3258 Westheimer Road, Houston, what would otherwise be a popular Friday night dinner destination, sits vacant on the evening of March 20. (Matt Dulin/Community Impact Newspaper)
Chef Ford Fry's State of Grace, 3258 Westheimer Road, Houston, what would otherwise be a popular Friday night dinner destination, sits vacant on the evening of March 20. (Matt Dulin/Community Impact Newspaper)

Chef Ford Fry's State of Grace, 3258 Westheimer Road, Houston, what would otherwise be a popular Friday night dinner destination, sits vacant on the evening of March 20. (Matt Dulin/Community Impact Newspaper)

As a new stay-at-home order and the ban on dining room service take effect, more Houston-area restaurants are deciding to temporarily shut down to weather out the outbreak.

Here are some of the closings we know about.


Restaurants closed temporarily:

  • Bisou, 4444 Westheimer Road, Ste. A120;

  • Loch Bar and Ouzo Bay, 4444 Westheimer Road, Ste. G110;

  • State of Grace, 3258 Westheimer Road;

  • Nam Eatery, 502 E. 20th St., Unit B;

  • Cedar Creek, 1034 W. 20th St.;

  • Down House, 1801 Yale St.;

  • Bernie's Burger Bus (Heights location), 2200 Yale St., Ste. 100;

  • Liberty Kitchen (all locations);

  • Emmaline, 3210 W Dallas St.;

  • La Mexicana, 1018 Fairview St.;

  • Superica, La Lucha, 1801 N. Shepherd Drive;

  • FM Kitchen & Bar, 1112 Shepherd Drive;

  • Giacomo's, 3215 Westheimer Road;

  • Sticky's Chicken, 2313 Edwards St.;

  • Nam Eatery, 502 E 20th St, Unit B.;

  • Kata Robata, 3600 Kirby Drive;

  • BCN Taste & Tradition, 4210 Roseland St.

  • MAD, 4444 Westheimer Road, Ste. C180


This list will be updated as we receive new information.