A group of Houston residents drop lawsuit against Turkey Leg Hut


The lawsuit filed two weeks ago against a popular Houston restaurant has gone away.

That lawsuit, filed by a group of residents against Turkey Leg Hut, claimed that smoke from the restaurant was a public hazard. John Zavitsnos, lead counsel for Turkey Leg Hut, tells KTRH it's a total win for his clients.

"It means the restaurant can continue operating without the fear of this concerted effort on the part of a handful of residents in that area to try and shut them down," Zavitsanos explained.

Zavitsanos also says the lawsuit being dropped sends a message to every business owner.

"Business owners should not knuckle under at the first allegation of any kind of impropriety," he stated.

The owners of Turkey Leg Hut are glad to have this behind them as well.

“This has been an extremely challenging ordeal for our family, but we are so grateful for all the love and support we’ve received from the community,” said Nakia Price, Co-Founder of the Turkey Leg Hut. “My husband, Lynn, and I want to thank our amazing legal team, our staff, customers and the community for seeing us through the challenges of these past few weeks. We love our home here in the Third Ward and will continue to do our best to be good neighbors, bring people together, and help the community here thrive.”


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