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Bellaire Broiler Burger restaurant is reopening after two years of closure after restaurateur Jason Scheinthal bought it

HOUSTON, Texas – A popular Houston burger joint has been reborn. Bellaire Broiler Burger is once again serving its signature cheeseburgers and crinkle-cut fries in the heart of the Bellaire Triangle, and the property will soon be home to another once-popular restaurant that also operated in the area.

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Restaurateur Jason Scheinthal acquired the Bellaire Broiler Burger building and intellectual property, including recipes and branding, from its previous owner Tom Daneman. The old owner closed the restaurant in 2020 when he decided to retire, Scheinthal explains.

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The former owner of Bar Eighteen36 in Upper Kirby, the Landry’s veterinarian, will also use the building to revitalize the Roadster Grill, the Greek diner concept he bought from owner Nick Semoudiaris and operated at Eighteen36. Guests can order both menus with recipes prepared “as is” before either restaurant closes. Scheinthal says acquiring Bellaire Broiler Burger is something of a childhood dream come true, as he grew up eating at the restaurant.

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