6 Things We Will All Miss When KC’s Houston’s Restaurant Closes Their Plaza Doors

by Sarah Scoop
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Houston’s Restaurant, part of the Hillstone Restaurant Group, is officially closing their doors on March 31st, 2017. While there are many other locations around the U.S., this one particular location in Kansas City is loved by so many. Located in the heart of the Plaza, visitors have said Houston’s is a place where any and every life moment has been celebrated for them. Most are finding it hard to fathom the idea of parting with the fine dining restaurant.

On January 18th, Houston’s took to Facebook to alert their beloved fans of their closing. In their statement they expressed that they had tried their hardest to keep the doors open, yet could not reach an agreement with their Lessor.

Houston’s Restaurant is currently looking for a new potential home in Kansas City. Until then, here’s what will be greatly missed the most by Houston’s Lovers:

1. Grilled Artichokes

Although seasonal, every chance one gets to order the grilled artichokes is a chance well taken! And when the grilled artichokes aren’t in, opt to choose for the second best choice: Houston’s spinach and artichoke dip.

2. Barbecue Pork Ribs

When they say “fall-off-the-bone” tender, they are not exaggerating.

3. Potatoes

Image from Flickr

You can get them as big as your head and still want to come back for more!

4. Warm Five-Nut Brownie

I mean a picture’s worth a thousand words, am I right?

5. Drinks

From margaritas to their extensive wine list, Houston’s Restaurant knows how to make an amazing cocktail!

6. The Staff

Along with the food, Houston’s Lovers love to rave about the high-quality staff at Houston’s. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming. The staff at Houston’s is always willing to go the extra mile for their guests.

While we all soon say farewell to the beloved fine dining experience we call Houston’s, there is still time to get in one last time…or more! March 31st is D-Day, so make sure to make a reservation before then.

Houston’s Website | Houston’s (KC) Facebook Page

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