|Current owner(s)||Anna Pham|
|Street address||3403 Milam Street|
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Mai's is a Vietnamese restaurant in Houston, Texas that first opened in 1978.
It is located in Midtown.
Originally opened in 1978 by Phin and Phac Nguyen, Mai's was the first restaurant in Houston to feature Vietnamese cuisine. The couple named the restaurant after their daughter, who took over the business in 1990.
A fire on February 15, 2010 caused most of the roof to collapse. Authorities determined the incident was caused by a wok that caught fire. The restaurant re-opened on April 16, 2011. The business has since been passed down to Mai's daughter Anna.
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- History of the Vietnamese-Americans in Houston
- "The History of Mai's Restaurant". Mai's. Retrieved September 15, 2012.
- There are separate boundaries for the Midtown Super Neighborhood and the Midtown Management District. See City of Houston maps: Midtown Super Neighborhood and Management district map. Retrieved on June 4, 2019. - Also see: 2006 Midtown Management District Land Use Map and "SERVICE AND IMPROVEMENT PLAN AND ASSESSMENT PLAN FOR FISCAL YEARS 2015-2024." Midtown Houston Management District. Retrieved on April 4, 2009. Map on page 25/25 of the PDF.
- Abrahams, Tom (April 18, 2011). "Mai's re-opens a year after devastating fire". KTRK-TV. Retrieved September 15, 2012.
- Glenn, Mike (February 15, 2010). "Popular Midtown restaurant Mai's catches fire". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved September 15, 2012.
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