Hot dish: Islanders are serving up spicy but undercooked rumors that Pappasito’s Cantina is considering opening a restaurant in the site of the former Nonno Tony’s Seafood Kitchen on Pier 21 in Galveston.

But representatives of Mitchell Historic Properties, which manages the restaurant space among others at Pier 21, didn’t return calls or emails. Neither did Houston-based Pappas Restaurants, which owns Pappasitos, among other concepts, including Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen.

Laura Elder: 409-683-5248; laura.elder@galvnews.com

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Doug Sivyer

Two comments, why was what burger closed? Was it a health department issue? Second comment: Papasito's would be wonderful addition to the island!

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