Boutique food shop and eatery Montrose Cheese & Wine now open

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Goodnight Hospitality’s Montrose Cheese & Wine opened Aug. 14 at 1618 Westheimer Road, Houston. The specialty shop offers a curated selection of 12-15 cheeses and 125 wines, as well as coffee, olive oil and more. The shop has space for dine-in seating for about 10 people at the bar, and plans to host tastings and other events. Rosie Cannonball, a Eurpoean eatery, is expected to open in a few weeks next door. 832-380-2461. www.montrosecheeseandwine.com
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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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