HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- The floodwaters may have receded, but Houston restaurants continue to suffer from the lingering effects of Hurricane Harvey.
Citing the business disruption caused by the storm, as well as the difficulties caused by an extended period of street construction in the area, local restaurant group F.E.E.D. TX announced Monday that it has closed the Garden Oaks location of its neighborhood restaurant Liberty Kitchen.
"With great regret, as of Sunday, Nov. 19, we have permanently closed Liberty Kitchen Garden Oaks," a statement issued by the company reads in part. "We are thankful for our welcoming, friendly neighbors in Garden Oaks and Oak Forest for their continuous support, and are grateful for the hard- working employees that helped us make our neighbors feel at home."
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