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Long-quiet seawall spot to house restaurant - The Galveston County Daily News : Biz Buzz / Buzz Blog

October 24, 2014

Long-quiet seawall spot to house restaurant

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  • Four Sons posted at 2:29 pm on Thu, Jul 24, 2014.

    Four Sons Posts: 27

    So excited about the opening a new dining spot on Seawall. If Mr. Pettit is involved it will be a class-act; very talented man!

     
  • lauraelder posted at 8:15 am on Tue, Jul 22, 2014.

    lauraelder Posts: 111 Staff

    Hi Donnie,
    It's sad and true. I plan to have something in Biz Buzz on Thursday. We wanted to wait and get some photos for the article. The last day is Saturday.

     
  • DonnieB posted at 7:02 am on Tue, Jul 22, 2014.

    DonnieB Posts: 54

    Laura, FYI I heard a rumor that the Fork & Spoon in Texas City may be shutting their doors this weekend. I think it's for a retirement reason. Could you possible get some info on it, and maybe the history behind the store. Sadly enough, I've lived in Texas City so long and I've never been there.