New Montrose Tex-Mex restaurant Tortilla Joe's opens in former El Paraiso spot
Courtesy Tortilla Joe's
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Restaurants have recently opened or reopened or are in the works in the Heights, River Oaks and Post Oak areas, including a new ranch-to-table experience in Garden Oaks and a new tenant at the former location of Down House in the Heights.
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