Black’s Market Table to close Louetta Road location this summer

Blacku2019s Market Table to close Louetta Road location

Blacku2019s Market Table to close Louetta Road location

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Officials with Black’s Market Table announced June 4 the restaurant would close its doors next month after five years in business. Located at 11550 Louetta Road, Ste. 1000, Houston, the eatery’s upscale American menu focused on locally-sourced ingredients.

“It has truly been an honor and a pleasure to serve our community, not only a good lunch or stand out dinner, but to have been a part of your celebrations,” officials said in a Facebook post. “Creating a sense of connection through food is one of the things that drives us...seeing that happen time and again has given us a sense of purpose and value.”

The restaurant’s last day of service will be July 13 from 5-10 p.m. 281-826-0211. www.blacksmarkettable.com

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