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Now let's move on to the openings from last week — lots of anticipated restaurants either opened or announced they are veeeery close to serving customers.

The sister restaurant of Liberty Kitchen opened on October 18 and began serving lunch and dinner on October 21. Eater reports that Liberty Kitchen Bar & Oysterette will serve seafood with a Southern touch. There's an oyster bar in the center of the restaurant, which will be open all day. CultureMap reports that the restaurant has a menu that is larger than Liberty Kitchen's — more oysters, more appetizers and a table-side prime-rib cart.

Little Dipper will open at the end of October; the bar concept comes from those behind Poison Girl, Black Hole Coffee House and Antidote Coffee. While the bar will be similar to Poison Girl — look for a pinball machine and jukebox — it will also have a few additional types of beer and wine. In fact, CultureMap reports that the team is working with a former Oxheart sommelier, Justin Vann, to develop the beer and wine list at Little Dipper.

In front, Pi Pizza Truck's Outdoorsman with venison and port-soaked cherries, and in back, Pi's mac and cheese pizza.
Katharine Shilcutt
In front, Pi Pizza Truck's Outdoorsman with venison and port-soaked cherries, and in back, Pi's mac and cheese pizza.
This super-cheap pork banh mi is from one of our favorite Midtown spots in the old Little Saigon, Cali Sandwich.
Katharine Shilcutt
This super-cheap pork banh mi is from one of our favorite Midtown spots in the old Little Saigon, Cali Sandwich.

Lowbrow Bar held a soft opening on October 24. Eater reports that the bar, from Free Press Summer Fest founder and Free Press Houston publisher Omar Afra, will represent Montrose — "just swanky enough and just sleazy enough." Eatsie Boys chef Matt Marcus was brought in as the culinary adviser and consultant. Lowbrow's online menu shows breakfast being served all day, including burritos and Cheddar biscuits with gravy, as well as "Not Breakfast" items, such as a pastrami brisket sandwich and a chicken-fried black bean burger — yum. According to the bar and restaurant's Facebook page, it will be one of the few places in Houston that represents all local breweries with draft selections.

Eater tells us that Allô French Rotisserie, from the former manager of The Woodlands' Hubbell & Hudson Bistro, Eric Goldner, opened on October 21. It's not an upscale French restaurant. Rather, Allô is meant to be casual and family-friendly. The restaurant will serve a rotisserie of the day, every day, such as herb pesto lamb on Saturdays and roasted short ribs on Tuesdays, along with all-natural rotisserie chicken every day. Typical French bistro items will be served, including quiche, potato croquettes, French shepherd's pie and croque monsieur.

MF Sushi will reopen next month, as reported by B4-U-Eat. A fire that broke out on September 29 forced the acclaimed sushi spot to close, and we are happy to hear MF will be back in business in a few weeks.

Chocolat Du Monde reopened in its new location at 2428 Times Boulevard. The European chocolate boutique was forced to close in July because of a rent increase. Chocolat Du Monde doesn't have all its supplies yet, so call ahead to verify if it has the chocolates and sweets you're looking for.

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