finding the silver lining…

Now that the news is out that restaurant conat will no longer be located at 5219 caroline street I thought I might shed some light on the future of the concept & myself.  Its been an interesting couple of months for me (to say the least) & I’ve been reminded sometimes things in life don’t work out the way you intend.  Often, they turn out in the exact opposite way but you keep your eyes on the goal, focus & press on.  It’s no secret that I’m extremely passionate & I want this concept to be given all the necessary attention it deserves so it can be a true reflection of those who own & operate it. It’s unfortunate that restaurant conat will not be opening as planned, however, restaurant conat is not dead. It continues to grow & remains alive & well.  Sometimes its very difficult to see at first, but i do believe all things happen for a reason.  In fact, i feel extremely liberated & more inspired than i have felt in a very long time.  I’m remaining extremely positive & open to explore new opportunities as they naturally happen.  I will continue to search for a location to help give life to restaurant conat & make it a reality.  I’m fired up & excited to see what happens next.  This has been an extraordinary year for Houston restaurants & i can’t wait to watch it grow & prosper.
I’m proud to call it home…
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this blog focuses on the trials & tribulations of the culinary evolution and explorations in the kitchen. it is also an open forum to discuss food ideas, techniques & most of all to expose the "happenings" and discoveries that are occurring in our very own backyard. "feedin my dreams by eatin greens & beans"... cheers, randy rucker
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4 Responses to finding the silver lining…

  1. Kevin says:

    “In fact, i feel extremely liberated & more inspired than i have felt in a very long time.”

    That’s a great way to feel, Chef.

  2. Eric says:

    Good luck, chef. Here’s hoping you find a new space as quickly as possible.

  3. Ron says:

    Just drove by the anticipated location this weekend hoping to see progress, so I will be eagerly awaiting updates!

  4. BAM says:

    Sometimes things just need to completely fall apart so you can rebuild it the way it needed to be all along. Press on!

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