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In many ways, 2017 was an epic year for Houston’s restaurant scene. Ahead of hosting the Super Bowl (and after), the city became home to dozens of exciting new eateries across a variety of cuisines, price points, and vibes.

But of course, with this growth comes change, and that means that some spots were forced to close their doors this year. In 2017, restaurateurs had more to contend with than the usual uncertainty of the restaurant business thanks to Hurricane Harvey, which has been blamed for more than one shutter. As 2018 bears down, pour one out for these 5 now-shuttered eateries.

In March, Houston said goodbye to Oxheart , Chef Justin Yu’s award-winning (and much-beloved eatery). The restaurant had racked up pretty much every accolade possible, including a spot in Eater critic Bill Addison’s heart. Fortunately, Yu has already returned with his creative new restaurant Theodore Rex, and is serving up some of the city’s best bar fare at his Heights watering hole Better Luck Tomorrow. Still, there’s a little bit of lingering sadness over the loss of a place that was as special as Oxheart.

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, which forced the restaurant to close its doors as Holley dealt with “residual damage” from the storm. Considering Holley’s inventive hand with seafood, here’s hoping that 2018 brings an exciting new home for the chef.

Chef Ryan Hildebrand’s stunning eatery closed its doors in February after five years in Space City. It racked up plenty of accolades for its chic design and Gulf Coast-inspired cuisine, and even scored a coveted visit from First Lady Michelle Obama while it was opened. Fortunately, the spot has since been turned into swanky steakhouse Doris Metropolitan, and Hildebrand has found a new home at his fun new restaurant FM Kitchen Bar.

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mblaney

Hey everyone, I've seen this similar question asked before however none of the solutions seemed to help my problem. I am trying to move an object in a pretty small increment, I have the preferences keyboard increment set to its lowest number, but I still need to move my object 1/3 as far. I've also tried to manually move the object to the correct point with my mouse and it just snaps back to the space where it was sitting which was as close as I could get it with arrow keys. I've turned off snap to grid and snap to point, with no change in my result. I'm basically trying to align a smaller triangle over a section of a larger triangle to act as a shading area. Any solutions? Thanks in advance.

mblaney,

It does look like the Align to Pixel Grid ghost haunting you, as SRiegel suggested.

Or maybe Snap to Grid.

Are both unticked (the former when the black triangle is selected)?

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Re: Problem moving objects in small increments SJRiegel

Check in the Transform Pallet with the item selected, and make sure that Align to Pixel Grid is not checked.

Thanks for the reply, I'm ussing illustrator CC forgot to mention that, I made sure that option is not checked.

Jacob Bugge

I have the preferences keyboard increment set to its lowest number, but I still need to move my object 1/3 as far

Are you saying that you need to move your object in increments of 1/3 of 0.001pt with the arrow keys?

Edit>Preferences>General>Keyboard Increment goes (at least) down to 0.001pt, and that is what you should get with the Arrow keys, and you should be able to see that in the Transform palette, looking at the X or Y value.

If not, it may be time for the list.

The following is a general list of things you may try when the issue is not in a specific file (you may have tried/done some of them already); 1) and 2) are the easy ones for temporary strangenesses, and 3) and 4) are specifically aimed at possibly corrupt preferences); 5) is a list in itself, and 6) is the last resort.

1) Close down Illy and open again;

Click Here to download a PFD version of the program.

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