Longtime New Orleans favorite Acme Oyster House opening in Montrose this fall

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May 12, 2020Updated: May 12, 2020, 4:49 pm

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New Orleans-based Acme Oyster House opens at 1201 Westheimer Rd in Houston. in autumn 2020.

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“We’ve been looking in the Houston area for a while, just waiting for a great place to come up,” said Monique Rodrigue Ricci, director of marketing and branding. “We love the atmosphere in the neighborhood. ”

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The Acme Oyster House, a New Orleans seafood institution, first opened in 1910.  The casual place is known for its legendary shrimp, raw and grilled oysters, and roast beef Po 'Boys.4thof9

The Acme Oyster House, a New Orleans seafood institution, first opened in 1910. The casual place is known for its legendary shrimp, raw and grilled oysters, and roast beef Po ‘Boys.

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Red beans and rice, seafood gumbo, jambalaya, and etouffee are also on the menu.5of9

Red beans and rice, seafood gumbo, jambalaya, and etouffee are also on the menu.

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Houston is the sixth outpost of the Acme Oyster House.7thof9

Houston is the sixth outpost of the Acme Oyster House.

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The company has three locations in Louisiana including New Orleans, Metairie, and Baton Rouge, as well as locations in Gulf Shores, AL, and Miramar Beach, FL.8thof9

The company has three locations in Louisiana including New Orleans, Metairie, and Baton Rouge, as well as locations in Gulf Shores, AL, and Miramar Beach, FL.

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A taste of the Big Easy is coming to Houston. New Orleans-based Acme Oyster House opens at 1201 Westheimer Road. According to Montique Marketing and Branding Director Monique Rodrigue Ricci in Montrose in the fall.

“We’ve been looking in the Houston area for a while,” Ricci said. “We were just waiting for a great place to show up.” We love the atmosphere in the neighborhood. ”

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The Acme Oyster House, a seafood facility, first opened in 1910. The casual place is known for its fried prawns, grilled oysters with herb butter sauce, and roast beef Po ‘Boys.

The menu also includes red beans and rice, seafood gumbo, jambalaya, etouffee, and the like.

Houston is the sixth outpost of the Acme Oyster House. The company has three locations in Louisiana including New Orleans, Metairie, and Baton Rouge, as well as locations in Gulf Shores, AL, and Miramar Beach, FL.

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Marcy de Luna is a business reporter for the Houston Chronicle. Follow her on Twitter @MarcydeLuna and Facebook @MarcydeLuna.

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