We've heard these places are open for business. We'll update the list as info comes in.
Note: We're posting these as we get them. Some places, like supermarkets, may run out of stuff after we post. So check by phone if you can (yeah, we know), and don't hold it against us if things have changed.
Free cake as long as it lasts at Chocolate Bar, 1835 West Alabama El Pueblito on Richmond Conoco on Richmond and Kirby Conoco on White Oak and Studewood Alamo Drafthouses in West Oaks and Mason Park (A/C and movies!! A kid's dream right now!) Rockin' Rodeo in Pasadena at 3150 Burke Road Chuy's on 2706 Westheimer and 19827 NW Freeway Lonestar Saloon on 1900 Travis Sunrise Grocery at Shepherd and Bissonett Under the Bridge Restaurant on 6202 HWY 6 South will open at 1 p.m. Pappasito's on 290, I-45 North and 610 South Many HEB stores Spec's in Missouri City Target on Sawyer Whole Foods on Kirby
Skyline Deli on Travis has fresh food and fresh vegetables Pasha Turkish Restaurant on University Pete Mitchell says Under the Volcano will be open at 2 p.m. Quizno's Subs at West Gray and Dunleavy Tepatitlan Mexican Restaurant, 902 Federal Road, is open all day Beavers at 2310 Decatur Paulie's, 1834 Westheimer Hot Dog Shop, 6405 Brittmore Except for Meyerland Plaza, most Target stores around Houston The Subway by HPD headquarters Candylicious, 2515 University Boulevard Spec's in Midtown -- 2410 Smith -- has "a limited opening" 1 Cycle, 1503 West 18th off White Oak Trail will open Tuesday from 10-7 BB's Cajun at Montrose and Westheimer Disco Kroger on Montrose is not open, but in the parking lot you can buy $5 cooked steaks Walgreens on Montrose Shell at Richmond and Montrose CVS at Richmond and Montrose Lucky Burger on Richmond Kroger's at 1938 West Gray Kroger's at Buffalo Speedway and Westpark Mark's Restaurant, 1658 Westheimer BB's Po'Boys, 2710 Montrose Antone's on Dunstan Cafe Chino in the Village Le Peep in the Village Kelvin Arms in the Village Chevron at Montrose and West Dallas Texaco at West Dallas and Dunlavy Gravitas Restaurant, 807 Taft Stag's Head on Shepherd and Richmond King Cole Liquor Domino's on West Gray Souper Salad on West Gray Super K Food Store on Shepherd and Vermont Stop n Go on Richmond and Shepherd Rustika Furniture at 1704 Westheimer opens Tuesday at 11 a.m. Chances at 1100 Westheimer opens Thursday at 2 pm. Winds of Change at 12850 Jones opens Monday, September 15 Lowe's stores around Houston, according to their press release Becks Prime: Augusta, Wilcrest, Sugar Land and Dairy Ashford Box & Box, 2414 Rice Blvd Chuggin Charlies, 4660 Louetta The Flat, 1701 Commonwealth Cactus Music, 2110 Portsmouth Many Luby's locations Fast Eddies on Fuqua FountainView Cafe opens on Thursday Whole Foods at Woodway Vespa and Ferrari Houston at 6100 Southwest Frwy Downtown Aquarium Babin's Katy Babin's Willowbrook Brenner's Harlow's Landry's Seafood House Katy Landry's Seafood House Woodlands Pesce - Kirby Rainforest Cafe Katy Saltgrass Humble Saltgrass Katy Mason Road Saltgrass Meyerland Saltgrass SW Freeway Saltgrass Willowbrook Vic & Anthony's - downtown Willie G's Post Oak Cafe Express at Champions Forest 5311 FM 1960 W., Downtown 650 Main, Meyerland Plaza 210 Meyerland Plaza, Sugar Land 15930 City Walk Blvd., Town & Country 780 W. Sam Houston Parkway North, Upper Kirby 3200 Kirby and Uptown/Galleria 1101 Uptown Park Macy's at Baybrook Mall DNR European Cafe, 4621 Montrose Blvd 125 Goode Company BBQ, Kirby Antones - 4520 San Felipe Cava Bistro 301 Main The Grove Ninfas on Navigation, 2704 Navigation Vincents 2817 W. Dallas Noe at Omni Hote, 4 Riverway Omni Cafe, 4 Riverway rocbar/mosaic, 530 texas ave Sonoma Wine Bar - 2720 Richmond Ave. Sam's Boat at the Fountains - 59 South in Stafford The Social, 3730 Washington Ave Republic Harley Davidson, 12707 Southwest Freeway Masraff's Restaurant opens Wednesday LaGriglia on Tuesday at 5 p.m.
Update: We're no longer updating this list; if you see something open, or you're the owner of a business that has opened, please put the info in the comments section. Readers, be sure to read the comments to know of other places that have opened.
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