Katch 22 Goes to the Locker Room for Good

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A press release from Kory Clemens, son of baseball player and former Houston Astro Roger Clemens, says that Katch 22 (700 Durham) has closed. The statement reads:

Negotiations with our landlord have not yielded the resolution we had hoped for and, quite frankly, needed to continue operations at this location.   Consequently, we have closed the doors of the restaurant and bar effective today and are beginning our search for a more serviceable location.

  Fortunately, the letter from Kory Clemens says that all Katch 22 employees have been saved from a blue Christmas thanks to being offered positions at Cullen's American Grille or Catering by Cullen's.

We'll update on any relocation or reopening news, should there be any.

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