Originators of the world's famous stuffed turkey leg.
Take a little drive up I-45 north, just beyond downtown, to Burns Original BBQ. What started in 1973 by Roy Burns Sr. as a small business venture, has grown into a must-try hotspot. More than 40 years later, Burn Original BBQ is still serving up smoky barbecue out of the original building where it all started.
There is no shortage of options when it comes to making a splash in Lake Conroe. Defy gravity and ride a hydro rocket and soar over the water. If gliding across the h20 is more your speed, rent a paddle board from 3rd Coast Paddle Boards, a jet ski from Just Fun Rentals or a boat from Waterpoint Marina. End the weekend by booking a Sunday brunch or romantic dinner and dance aboard authentic riverboat, Southern Empress Cruise.
In the heart of the city, the Gerald D. Hines Waterfall Park is one of Houston’s most beloved, iconic landmarks and community centerpiece for visitors of all ages. As one of the most visited attractions in Houston, the Waterfall Park is a popular backdrop for unforgettable moments. We invite you, your family, and friends to create endless memories at the park.
Discovery Green is a 12-acre park located in Downtown Houston. Designed as an engaging and active place with programming to serve all ages and backgrounds, as well as workers, residents, and visitors alike. Grab a bite at The Grove or the Lake House and then swing by the Discovery Green Flea Market for a good time.
Present Company is a locally owned patio bar that offers a tropical oasis in the middle of Montrose. Where bright colors, refreshing craft cocktails, and carefully prepared dishes provide an easygoing getaway anytime you need. With daily specials and a weekend brunch, there’s plenty of fun to be had.
Consistently hailed by diners and critics alike as "masterful" (Los Angeles Daily News), "high end" ( Los Angeles Times), one of the "top 10 steakhouse in the U.S." (Gayot) and "the preferred steakhouse of celebs and locals" (944), Mastro's restaurants, LLC is a collection of sophisticated, classic steakhouses and sumptuous fish houses.
This waterfront restaurant is filled with locals that can attest to Topwater's excellent seafood. Boaters dock their boat just off the patio for extra convenience. The airy and spacious nautical-themed venue creates a laid back environment.
Prospect Park Restaurant is the rare fusion of sports bar, live music venue, and lounge, creating a hybrid hub of entertainment. “The Park” boasts a food menu that is prepared in-house, with classic bar fare including wings, tacos, steaks and more.
The food-trailer-born restaurant that has a wallet-friendly array of signature tacos. Loyal fans and newcomers will find more than a dozen taco varieties and cold drink readily available. Stop by any day of the week.
House of Blues brought its definitive live music brand to downtown Houston as an integral addition to the Green Street Project. Designed as an extravagant multi-faceted entertainment destination, House of Blues Houston houses a multi-level music hall featuring national and local live entertainment.
Inspired by the nostalgia of Taxco, Mexico where neighbors gather to eat, courtyard-style, under t hat bright sun, and nobody is a stranger. Come for the handmade churros and artisan tacos.
Elevated vibe dining great for a date night or brunch.
The boardwalk at Towne Lake is where business meets pleasure. Packed with restaurants, shops, fitness studios, and more - all along Towne Lake’s sparkling shores, it's the perfect place to tie up & unwind.
Since 2006 we have strived to offer the very best to Houstonians that are looking for great seafood. With four convenient locations around the Houston area, our menu and recipes stay the same whether you visit our newest location in Pearland or our longstanding restaurant on Kirkwood.
Houston's Theater District sizzles thanks to the Bayou Music Center. This flexible venue hosts concerts, theater, comedy, cabaret, banquets and more!
A dining and entertainment hub in the heart of the Theater District. AMC Dine-In Houston 8, Bayou Music Center and the Ballroom at Bayou Place all call it home.
Four city blocks in the heart of downtown have been transformed into a premiere entertainment, dining, retail and urban office hub. The multi-use project opened in October 2008 and is rapidly adding major name tenants such as McCormick & Schmick's, Guadalajara del Centro, Pete's Dueling Piano Bar, 810 Billiards, and the iconic House of Blues.
GreenStreet is bounded by Dallas St. to the north, Polk St. to the south, Main St. to the west and Caroline St. to the east. A connected parking garage is located on Main and Polk and valet parking is located on Caroline St.
Hamburger Mary's serves up the best in drag entertainment, delicious food, and gloriously yummy drinks.
The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts is a must-see, must-attend, state-of-the-art entertainment complex. Designed by Robert A. M. Stern, this $102 million shining star illuminates Houston's Theater District. The Hobby provides the ultimate experience for cultural-connoisseurs with two opulent, acoustically distinguished theaters - Sarofim Hall and Zilkha Hall, Diana American Grill restaurant and its own above-ground 800-car parking garage.
Come and enjoy a fun, casual atmosphere as you bowl a game or two with food and friends. Try out one of our 14 standard lanes or play on one of the 6 boutique lanes.
A longtime favorite among downtown restaurants. Traditional, home-cooked Mexican cuisine is served for breakfast and lunch on weekdays.
Kitchen. Backyard. Bar. Live Music. That and more is what you'll find at The Rustic. Enjoy homestyle meals made with farm-to-table ingredients, sip local craft beers and cocktails under the stars or catch a performance nightly by local and national artists.
Live music and entertainment return to POST with 713 Music Hall, a state-of-the-art, 5,000 person capacity concert venue. Located in the east wing of the USPS' sprawling former headquarters in Houston, the venue balances bold architecture with the raw industrial character of the historic facility.
That's a good question. Who is Pete? Well, Pete is many things. Pete is the piano players. Pete is the door staff, waitstaff, and bartenders. Pete is Austin's hardwood floors. Pete is the energy bristling in each of our locations. But most importantly, Pete is you. Yeah, you. At Pete's Dueling Piano Bar, you are the entertainment. It's your singing and laughing and clapping and dancing that causes that infectious excitement inside everyone each night, and keeps you coming back time and again for more celebration.
Dueling Piano Bar is known for singing loud and proud across the great state of Texas. What you may not know is that at its inception in 1992, it wasn't dueling at all. It began on Austin's historic 6th Street as a one-man show, spearheaded by Steve Green, and it went by the name of Pete's Peanut Bar & Piano Emporium. The show's popularity helped the bar grow for 6 strong years, at which point us Texans decided we needed a duel!
You’re in a Major League Baseball park for goodness sake. Arrange batting practice on the field, run the bases or say “I do” at home plate. Minute Maid Park can host as many as seven large events at one time but they’re also pros at making your smaller affair just perfect. A group can enjoy happy hour at the new FiveSeven or plan a formal affair surrounded by the grandeur of the columns and marble within the Union Station Lobby, originally constructed in 1911. The AT&T Conference Center features 16 rooms, in-house audio-visual and attentive staff. The Grand Slam Scavenger Hunt gives up to 100 coworkers the opportunity to take in the ballpark’s sites while learning about their teammates.
The Grove is a truly unique venue in the middle of a lush, 12 acre downtown park with views of the Houston skyline. With 12,000 square feet of restaurant space plus access to outdoor spaces including the Grace Event Lawn and Discovery Green Park, you can create an unforgettable event for up to 3,000 guests. Choose an al fresco reception on the rooftop deck, an indoor spot for a banquet-style seated dinner, or a climate controlled tent on the park grounds. On the menu is elevated Gulf Coast cuisine highlighting local and seasonal ingredients crafted by James Beard Award-winning Executive Chef Robert Del Grande and Chef de Cuisine Ryan Williams. Service ranges from passed hors d'oeuvres to stations, buffets, family style and plated meals.
At Houston Slingshot Rental you're not just renting a Polaris Slingshot, you're going on an unforgettable adventure that's guaranteed to have you grinning from ear to ear!
The Polaris Slingshot is a three-wheeled car that can be used to explore the majestic country roads of Cypress, cruise down the Seawall in Galveston or ride between the tall buildings of Downtown Houston. Either way, we will ensure that your only responsibility is to have fun and make your slingshot rental one to remember!
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