HOUSTON, Texas -- Hurricane Harvey's floodwaters may have receded a month ago, but the Houston restaurant community is still feeling its effects.
Midtown seafood restaurant Holley's announced on Facebook that it had closed effective immediately.
In response to CultureMap's request for additional comment, chef-owner Mark Holley cited damage done to the restaurant during the storm as a contributing factor to the decision to close.
"As you know, we were forced to shut down the restaurant for three weeks post Harvey, and unfortunately we were not able to fully recover from being closed for that extended amount of time," Holley wrote in an email. "It is with a heavy heart that we close our doors to this fabulous city."
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