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Nit Noi Closes To Make Way For A New Concept From The Minds Behind Masraff’s

Maclane’s Cafe will debut next year Fans of fancy Houston dining institution Masraff’s, take note — the minds behind this swanky spot are planning a spanking new addition to the city’s culinary scene. The Houston Business Journal reports that Masraff’s will open a brand new restaurant called Maclane’s Cafe at 1753 Post Oak Blvd. Thai restaurant Nit Noi is currently operating in the space with plans to hand over the lease to the Masraffs on December 1.
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