Margaritas on the Move as Cafe Adobe Scouts New Home

By | October 11, 2012
Cafe Adobe located in Montrose
Photo by Wolfgang Houston/Google Maps

After the untimely death of one partner, Cafe Adobe, Houston – and Montrose – legend, has sold it’s original location to Hines for development and is searching for new digs.  Don’t worry though, you can still get your rita’s and queso right here. CultureMap reports that the Montrose-Mex staple will remain open until a new location is secured. Read the details on CultureMap.

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