Sunday, August 29, 2010

Browning's: Life after death?

Posted By on Sun, Aug 29, 2010 at 6:58 AM

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Reports of the death of Browning's, the Tex-Mex institution in the Heights, were not premature, but the death may not be permanent. We've been tracking for several days reports of a purchase of the closed restaurant by an investor. In one account, the new restaurant would be an upscale Mexican eatery, like Mi Cocina in Highland Park in Dallas. So far, parties haven't been prepared to talk.

But that rumored investor, Steve Davis, is listed on a Facebook page promising a renewal. Quote:


Browning's Mexican Grill is a Little Rock Institution (est. 1946). Currently, we are undergoing renovations and exciting additions to augment the rich history of this Heights landmark. Estimated opening in late Oct. News on our progress will be available soon!

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