Posted on · Food-and-drink options at the South Houston airport will gradually be transformed through the end of 2024. There will continue to be a mix of local concepts and national chains.
Posted on · The Houston-based restaurant group refiled its lawsuit against the city and a competing concessionaire this week, making new allegations. But after a request for a temporary restraining order was denied for a second time, Pappas will move out of Hobby Airport by May 11 as requested by the city.
Posted on · The Houston mayor made his remarks ahead of court-ordered mediation between the city and local restaurant group. A temporary injunction hearing is scheduled for April 26 to determine whether Pappas must continue preparing to vacate Hobby Airport after the city awarded a lucrative concessions contract to a competitor.
Posted on · Pappas restaurants filed a lawsuit this week against the City of Houston, alleging its bid process was flawed. The City of Houston awarded a 10-year, $470 million concessions contract to Areas, a company headquartered in Spain and Pappas has been fighting to regain its spot.
Posted on · The city awarded a 10-year, $470 million concessions contract last month to a joint venture group led by a U.S. subsidiary of Spain-based Areas, ending a 20-year reign at Hobby Airport for Houston-based Pappas.
Posted on · The complaint said the city ignored its 20 years of sales at Hobby, and only focused on the other company's projected sales.
Posted on · We learn about two recent and separate disputes at Bush and Hobby airports.
Posted on · A 10-year, $470 million concessions contract was awarded to a joint venture group led by Areas, which is headquartered in Spain and plans to operate a mix of local and national concepts at one of Houston's airports.
Posted on · Mayor Sylvester Turner's office is pushing back on claims made by Pappas Restaurants, which he said did not score as highly as Areas during the city's competitive bidding process.
Posted on · If you've lived in Houston for long, you've probably set foot in a Pappas restaurant. The Houston-based chain opened its first restaurant, Dot Coffee Shop, 50 years ago. Christina Pappas shares some of the company's history with Houston Matters.
Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: A local expert says the private sector should get involved in preparing for the next big storm. Then, our political experts discuss the latest political stories. We revisit the investigation of eleven unsolved murder cases in and around Galveston. And the Pappas restaurant chain celebrates 50 years.