Editor’s be aware: So much occurred this week, so this is your probability to get caught up. Learn on for the week’s hottest headlines.
1. Nomadic Fort Price BBQ restaurant reopens in cozy gasoline station hang-out. A neighborhood barbecue saga ends again in precisely the identical place it began: in a Texaco station in Cresson. The Fort Price location of acclaimed barbecue joint BBQ on the Brazos has closed — however house owners John Sanford and Kathryn Warren have reopened the restaurant within the Texaco gasoline station in Cresson the place they began out seven years in the past.
2. Let’s elevate a glass to the 9 finest bars in Fort Price. The coronavirus could at the moment have bars in limbo, however hopefully Fort Price bars will survive. As a part of our Tastemaker Awards, CultureMap’s annual occasion honoring the most effective in native foods and drinks, we paid tribute to Fort Price’s bar scene by spotlighting 9 of the most effective bars on the town. Right here had been the 9 finalists for Bar of the 12 months.
3. 2 longtime Sundance Sq. boutiques trip off into the sundown. Two Sundance Sq. retailers recognized for Fort Price-themed swag and one-of-a-kind items are closing, and their proprietor is hanging up his hat after many years within the retail enterprise. Retro Cowboy, at 406 Houston St., has closed its…