Restaurant news: A new wine bar, six-course dinner, closings

The Wine Poste, via facebook

The Wine Poste, via facebook

The year-old Potato Flats in Trinity Groves has closed. The concept, from Trinity Groves mastermind Phil Romano, would be “better suited for a traditional retail pad site,” and investors are interested in pursuing that, a company spokesman told Culturemap.

El Jordan Cafe in Bishop Arts closes today for the family-run restaurant’s annual vacation. It reopens Thursday, Aug. 6.

Small Brew Pub hosts a six-course dinner on Sunday, Aug. 2, utilizing two whole pigs from South Texas Heritage Pork. Chefs Misti Norris of Small, Oliver Sitrin of the Blind Butcher and Cody Sharp of the Standard Pour are cooking. Tickets must be purchased in advance, and they cost $100 with drink pairings or $75 without.

Eater has the deets on Wine Poste, the new shop on West Davis at Madison and its accompanying bar, Bar Anatomie. The grand opening for Wine Poste and Bar Anatomie is Thursday, July 23.

By |2015-07-19T22:00:16-05:00July 20th, 2015|Dining|1 Comment

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  1. Bob Dobbins July 20, 2015 at 1:25 PM

    Don’t ever post “close” and El Jordan next to each other again. My delicate psyche had trouble reading to the end of the sentence.

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