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Secrets of the TABC Reports

Secrets of the TABC Reports: Houston hates celebrity chefs, small bars rule and new restaurant surprises

By Eric Sandler

Every month the State Comptroller's Office publishes the Mixed Beverage sales of bars and restaurants across Texas. Known within service industry circles as the "TABC report," insider ...

Shot Down?

Complete TABC fail: Even gun-rights fanatics don't want alcohol at gun shows

By Claire St. Amant

In an unexpected move, the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Committee is considering allowing booze at gun shows for the first time. The news has been met by confusion from some gun-rights advocates, ...

Secrets Of The TABC Reports

Secrets of the TABC reports: Golf, strip club and restaurant shockers — plus how boobs drive alcohol

By Eric Sandler

In general, CultureMap readers had three reactions to the first edition of our new series Secrets of the TABC Reports that uses data from the monthly State Comptroller's Office M ...

TABC Report Secrets

Secrets of the TABC reports: Restaurant & bar shockers emerge — plus Washington's demise is not exaggerated

By Eric Sandler

Every month the State Comptroller's Office  publishes the amount of money bars and restaurants pay in Mixed Beverage Gross Receipts taxes. Known colloquially as the "TABC report" ...

CultureMap Exclusive

A new late-night restaurant is rising on Lower Westheimer — and a boutique could be moving to join it

By Whitney Radley

The frame is up on a 4,829-square-foot retail development at the corner of Dunlavy and Westheimer, where Swamplot recently spotted a TABC application for fut ...

Boozy News

New EaDo brewery to finally be revealed: Eatsie Boys release 3 new beers with bigger plans ahead

By Darla Guillen

The food-truck-famous Eatsie Boys who serve banh mi to the sound of “Sabotage” and provide “frozen awesome” around town aren’t slowing down just because they went bric ...

Dry area

Private school secures alcohol ban, putting the mixed-used project at old Fiesta spot in jeopardy

By Whitney Radley

Houston City Council has approved a long-sought application by St. Stephen's Episcopal School to prohibit alcohol sales within 1,000 feet of the school's property — a decision that ma ...

Crafty Win

A small victory for beermakers: TABC labeling regs declared unconstitutional by federal judge

By Caroline Gallay

A small but significant victory was had for craft beermakers and drinkers Monday when a federal judge ruled (partially) in favor of Austin's Jester King Brewery in a lawsuit against the Texas A ...

Drink up

County Judge Ed Emmett grants Montrose H-E-B beer and wine license, rules that protesting school not a school

By Caroline Gallay

Montrose residents will soon be able to buy beer and wine at their shiny new H-E-B. The fight appears to be (almost) over in the dispute between Montrose Market and St. Stephen's Episcopal Scho ...

Montrose drying up?

Amid news of Montrose H-E-B TABC troubles, longtime Fiesta's days may be numbered

By Caroline Gallay

When the new Montrose Market H-E-B opened Nov. 16, excited area residents might have noticed one section of the 78,000-square-foot store in particular: The cordoned off beer and wine section. H ...

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