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New biscuit-centric eatery, celeb sightings and a mysterious closing lead the week's top stories

New biscuit-centric eatery and celeb sightings lead week's top stories

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Montrose is set to welcome a restaurant that serves a biscuit-oriented menu of breakfast and lunch items. Biskit Junkie / Facebook
Houston, Khloe Kardashian and James Harden, August 2015, Chipotle
Excited fans posted photos of Khloe Kardashian and James Harden as they were spotted around town last week. Instagram
Commonwealth closed sign Washington Ave
A mysterious note about electrical problems has been posted on the door of Washington Avenue eatery Commonwealth. Photo by Eric Sandler
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Jason Howard, seen here with his wife Sarah and his son Jaxton, is leaving Tony's to open a restaurant in Cypress. Photo courtesy of Jason Howard
Houston skyline downtown at night
According to a new study, the income needed to live comfortably in Houston is lower than in many other major U.S. cities. IdeasLaboratory.com
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Houston, Khloe Kardashian and James Harden, August 2015, Chipotle
Commonwealth closed sign Washington Ave
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Houston skyline downtown at night

Editor’s note: It's time to recap the most popular stories on CultureMap from this past week:

1. Biscuit-centric restaurant finds a home in former Montrose nightclub. The second location of a breakfast and lunch spot with a focus on biscuits will soon be coming to lower Westheimer.

2. KhloJam rides again! Khloe Kardashian has landed in Space City with her $200 million man. Houston Rockets sensation James Harden and his Kardashian girlfriend were spotted around town as fans posted photos of the pair on social media.

3. Ambitious Washington Ave restaurant mysteriously closed — Is it gone for good? A neighborhood eatery suddenly shuttered due to "electrical problems," which led to all kinds of speculation.

4. New restaurant brings Tony's experience and French flair to the suburbs. Tony's former maître d’ is set to bring his expertise to a unique waterfront restaurant in Cypress.

5. Is Houston still a bargain? Find out what it costs to live comfortably in the Bayou City. A new study examines exactly what it costs Houstonians to live well in comparison to 15 other major metropolitan U.S. cities.