Houston's night scene hasn't seen much activity lately due to restrictions put in place by city officials. Now that Texas has begun to reopen, many businesses have been able to turn their lights on again and welcome back a limited number of customers. Some businesses, however, are having to operate while following rules they and their customers would find extremely unusual, including a Houston strip club that just reopened.\nClub Onyx, which deems itself the nation's "number one hip-hop strip club," is now allowed to reopen and operate only as a restaurant.\nThe club faced quite the legal battle before a federal judge finally came to this decision, which means that there will be no entertainers performing whatsoever.\nInitially, "Onyx management had already taken measures to increase social distancing, including banning lap dances and requiring that all employees wear masks," according to Eater Houston.\nWe are closed today! But look 👀at our menu and book your party for any day this week. We open at 7pm. \nBook online: 👉 http://www.clubonyxhouston.com/reservations/default.aspxPosted by Onyx Houston on Sunday, May 10, 2020\n"It also ceased offering nude entertainment — dancers were required to wear bathing suits and performed at a distance from customers."\nNow, even fully clothed, entertainers can not perform.\nThe club's restaurant offers salads, chicken, tenders, pasta, burgers, and breakfast.\n@clubonyxhouston #ST⭐️RTENDERS @bee_you_tiful_disaster & @sipsumshelby #GOOD FRIDAY GONE BAD & we’re STILL ROCKIN’‼️...Posted by Onyx Houston on Saturday, April 20, 2019\nEven before the novel coronavirus, Club Onyx has always operated a restaurant inside of their facility.\nWhile nothing is certain as far as when bars, clubs, and more will be able to reopen in Texas, Club Onyx has found a loophole that allows them to do such.\nCatch #ST🌟RTENDER @bee_you_tiful_disaster for ⭐️PATRON FRIDAYS⭐️ @clubonyxhouston 🎯$5 Cover from 7pm - 9pm🎯 $5 PATRON +...Posted by Onyx Houston on Friday, October 26, 2018\nSeeing any club in Houston only offering their dining services isn't common. Now, customers will get the chance to see what their menu is all about.\nIf they hadn't had the chance to already, of course.