Breakfast Klub Owner Slow-Cooking New Restaurant in Former Green’s BBQ Spot on Almeda Rd.

5404 Almeda Rd., Museum Park, Houston, 77004

The fenced-off L-shaped strip center that previously hosted a string of smoked meat vendors at 5404 Almeda Rd. looks to be the planned site of a new restaurant connected to Breakfast Klub owner Marcus Davis. The strip center got a new roof during the summer of 2014, after permits were issued with Davis’s name in the occupant spot; plans to remodel the space for a new restaurant and bar were moving through the city review system again as recently as last month, and a tipster tells Swamplot the place could open early next year (if all goes as planned).

The site sits about 6 blocks south down Almeda from Davis’s Reggae Hut; the shot above looks west from Almeda down Prospect St. (not even a quarter mile down the road from that trio of light-up townhomes that just went on sale). The once-Green’s space became a Harlon’s Bar-B-Que for a few years before it was turned into Bar B-Que Blues (which shut down by early 2011). Here’s what the space looked like circa 2010, when the strip was also occupied by the Black Heritage Gallery and the Grape & Grain Liquor Store:


Former Bar-B-Que Blues spot, 5405 Almeda Rd., Museum Park, Houston, 77004

Photos: Swamplot inbox (top); Larry B. (bottom)

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  • Great news. Davis’ restaurants (BK and Reggae) actually survive, have great food, and take up abandoned eyesores in the area. This will also help Almeda continue it’s long slow transition into a place of interest for Houston.