Chef Nana creating a tasty buzz in the 3rd ward with her popular new dishes
HOUSTON – She may be from Arkansas, but she’s making a flavorful impact on Houston serving as the culinary mastermind behind the food at Bar 5015. Chef Nynechia “NaNa” Afriyie’s desire to cook began in the kitchen with her parents. Chef Nana (Copyright 2020 by KPRC Click2Houston - All rights reserved.) In Houston she has had the pleasure to work as a private chef and consultant. She can now be found at Bar 5015 located in the 3rd ward at 5015 Almeda Road every Tuesday through Sunday so that you can enjoy her amazing creations.
15 kid entrepreneurs showcase products at pop-up shopping event in Houston
HOUSTON – A local business held an event Saturday to celebrate the entrepreneurship of young Houstonians. Fifteen kid entrepreneurs participated in a pop-up shopping experience at Bar 5015, a lounge at 5015 Almeda. The family-friendly event allowed young people to showcase their talents and develop their entrepreneurial spirit. It also allowed the community to purchase products ranging from clothing lines, artists, authors and food vendors. Here is a list of the local businesses that participated:
Firefighters to release surveillance video in Bar 5015 explosion
HOUSTON Firefighters are set to release Thursday surveillance video connected to last weeks explosion at a bar near Houstons Museum District. Houston Fire Chief Sam Pea and arson investigator George Smith will provide an update on the investigation into the June 12 blast at Bar 5015 at the corner of Almeda Road and Wichita Street. The news conference is scheduled to begin at 10:30 a.m.Officials said gas cans were found at the scene, but they were still trying to determine if they were used to start the fire that caused the explosion. Both the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are assisting with the investigation. Anyone with information about the case is asked to call Houston Crime Stoppers at 713-222-8477.
Nearby business feels aftershocks of explosion at bar in Houstons Museum District Friday morning
HOUSTON Nearby businesses are boarding up Friday after an early morning explosion at Bar 5015 in Houstons Museum District that investigators say was intentionally set. Catch the person who did it, said Marlon Brooks, the owner of Brooks Family BBQ. While some businesses were damaged in the explosion, others were destroyed including a trailer for Brooks Family BBQ that was also set up on the bars property. Ive got an opportunity to kind of rebuild and weather the storm until this COVID thing is over, Brooks said. The business has since set up a GoFundMe page to help raise funds to rebuild.