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New On Resy: Bludorn, Riel, Handies Douzo, and More

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As we enter the final stretch of 2020, Houston restaurants are back, for the most part. Though the state currently allows for up to 75% dining capacity, many restaurants are holding steady at 50% to ensure social distancing, with expanded patios to help make up for it. Ready to venture out and try something new? From Houston’s most talked-about new chef-driven restaurants and luxe lounges, to a beloved Austin import for tonkotsu and tsukemen, here’s the latest New on Resy.

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