2 Houston restaurants damaged by fire

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Fire damage two restaurants over the weekend (KTRK)

Fires damaged two Houston restaurants in September. One of this year's most eagerly anticipated bars and a favorite spot for Mediterranean cuisine both suffered damage. Thankfully, no one was hurt in either blaze.

Mary'z Lebanese Cuisine, a Galleria staple known for classic dishes like hummus, shawarma, and kabobs, burned on Saturday. ABC13 reporter Miya Shay took a picture of the damage.

In a statement, the owners vowed to reopen saying, "No one got hurt, and we will rebuild and come back stronger than ever if it's God's willing." The Washington Avenue location remains open.

Read more about both restaurants on CultureMap

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