The greater Houston Heights area, known primarily for its Axis of Liberal Bloggers, is also one of Houston's oldest neighborhoods. It was once an independent city, but like many such places was annexed by Houston in 1918. At the time, it was a dry city, and the area has stayed dry ever since.
Now a local restaurant is applying for a private, member's-only liquor license which is causing a nearby church to kick up a fuss. Tiffany and I eat at the Kaldi Cafe regularly. It's a fairly low-key place, favored by slackers and families alike. I really don't understand why there's a problem. Other restaurants in the area have BYOB policies, so it's not like you can't have a bottle of wine with dinner.
I'm rooting for Kaldi. We have an application to join their club at home, and I know Tiffany's all set to fill it out and pay her dues.
Ginger also takes note of this.Posted by Charles Kuffner on August 15, 2002 to Food, glorious food