Last week, Weston Urban also announced two tenants for The Rand building, 110 E. Houston St.: a restaurant and bar called Double Standard, and Chick-fil-A.
» Double Standard is the latest concept by restauranteur Chad Carey and his Empty Stomach Group, the company behind Barbaro, Little Death, Hot Joy, among other urban eateries. In May, it's due to open in the space formerly occupied by Rosella at the Rand, on the southwest corner of East Houston and Soledad streets, and is being led by chef John Philpot and Myles Worrell, formerly of The Esquire Tavern.
» Chick-fil-A is scheduled to open inside a 4,500-square-foot space on the southeast corner of East Houston and North Main Avenue in early 2023, according to a press release. It will feature dine-in space and a drive-thru.
✍️ 📸: Ben Olivo | @rbolivo | Heron editor