Like many major cities, Houston is defined by its neighborhoods. You can cross a street and walk into entirely different surroundings. Only by exploring Houston's diverse neighborhoods can you truly know this remarkable city.
Click on the neighborhood below to learn more about what to do and where to stay, eat, drink and shop.
Mayor Sam Brashear appointed Houston’s first park committee to oversee the establishment of a city park in 1899. The 10 acres chosen came to be called Sam Houston Park. It was landscaped into a Read more »
Sam Houston Race Park offers the spirit and elegance of thoroughbred and quarter horses with live and simulcast racing, offered 364 days a year. Located in northwest Houston, the state-of-the-art Read more »
Dallas-born Sam Moon has made its way to H-Town. The wholesale-priced accessories biz opened in mid-summer 2011, within the Village Plaza at Bunker Hill shopping complex.Inside, the more than Read more »
Enjoy live music seven nights a week in Houston’s historic Rice Hotel.Sambuca is a rockin' dinner club with great American food and live music nightly. The music spans from classic rock and acoustic Read more »
Sometimes, good old beef just isn't going to cut it. Sometimes, you have a hankering for ostrich. At least that's the premise behind Sammy's Wild Game Grill. There you'll feast on some of the finest Read more »
Owner Karen Foxworthy has a stellar store filled with clothing, jewelry, and accessories that you haven't seen in stores--yet. The Sample Shop is stocked with items that are samples, designers’ Read more »
Located on Studemont, just off of Washington Avenue, Sam’s Café is a popular place for Corridor residents to snag fast and affordable Chinese food. Go for a flavorful bowl of hot and sour soup, the Read more »
Formerly under the name Santong Snack, the San Dong Noodle House is widely known for its pan-fried dumplings and the traditional Taiwanese beef noodle soup. Both, dumplings and noodles, are hand-made Read more »
The San Jacinto Museum of History, within the base of the San Jacinto Monument, holds one of the largest collections of Texas art, artifacts and history. The monument is located next to the Read more »
Thirty acres of relaxing beachfront accommodations await guests at Galveston Island’s San Luis Resort, Spa & Conference Center. In addition to boasting 250, well-appointed guest rooms, the Read more »