Galleria food hall’s big rescue heats up this week’s top stories

Publisher’s Note: It’s time to round up the top stories on CultureMap from the past week.

1. 2 Houston nightlife veterans open the proposed Galleria Food Hall. When it opens next year, the Food Hall will have 11 restaurants, three bars, and a rooftop terrace.

2. Houston’s only Frank Lloyd Wright home is being tacitly sold for $ 2.7 million. This house is a significant piece of Texan architecture – Frank Lloyd Wright only built two other houses in Texas, in Dallas and Amarillo.

3. The Houston suburb is lifting the roof with one of the nation’s biggest real estate booms. Fort Bend County grew 41 percent (80,880 new housing units) over the past decade.

4th Houston’s financial mighty power among the six tycoons inducted into the Texas Business Hall of Fame. As the only Person of Color on this year’s list, Gerald Smith has received numerous awards for business and community service.

5. Football legend Peyton Manning signs 100 bottles of bourbon at the Houston liquor store. Find the coveted bottles of Sweetens Cove at Spec’s in Midtown.