Low-Cal Restaurant To Open Inside Westheimer’s High Street Redevelopment

LOW-CAL RESTAURANT TO OPEN INSIDE WESTHEIMER’S HIGH STREET REDEVELOPMENT The shell shown here was about as high as High Street got before the ambitious mixed-use development was scrapped in 2008. In 2011, the property was sold and the project downsized by Dinerstein and given a timeless, compensatory new name: Millennium High Street. Yesterday, reports the Houston Business Journal, the redevelopment at 4410 Westheimer announced a new tenant: Season 52, a low-calorie restaurant with 2 other Texas locations, will open sometime this April. Besides the restaurant, reports Olivia Pulsinelli, Millennium High Street is expected to include 15,000 square feet of retail and 336 apartments. [Houston Business Journal; previously on Swamplot] Photo: Swamplot inbox

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  • Mmmmmm, Low calorie restaurant. BUST. Take the under. Pays ALL DAY.

  • “Low Calorie Restaurant” Doesn’t that just make your mouth water? I hope they bury that fact as far as possible and come up with a better marketing spin.

  • Their food is just AWFUL!! I’ve been to their restaurants twice in other cities. Don’t waste your time, $$$ and calories.

  • Darden should stick the reheated “Italian” fare they serve at their Olive Garden establishments. It baffles me that their parking lots remain full.