IMPROVING DOWNTOWN DINING, A closer look at what exciting new Jones Plaza will mean for downtown Houston dining
Earlier this week, the Houston First Corporation and a group of civic leaders including Mayor Sylvester Turner and Astros owner Jim Crane announced an ambitious plan to transform downtown’s Jones Plaza into a premier destination. As part of the two-year, $20-plus million project, the space will gain a two-story, indoor-outdoor dining space.
Local restaurant consultant Chris Tripoli will be leading the effort to develop the restaurant at Jones Plaza. As the president of A'la Carte Consulting Group, Tripoli has played a key role in building the partnerships that have united local restaurateurs with public spaces such as The Grove at Discovery Green, Artista at the Hobby Center, Niko Niko’s at Market Square, and The Dunlavy along Buffalo Bayou. Tripoli tells CultureMap that he expect something similar at Jones Plaza.
By Eric Sandler
4.27.18 | 2:27 pm
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