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.
Located in northwest Houston—off of U.S. Highway 290 West in Cypress—Houston Premium Outlets offers upscale outlet shopping at a savings of 25 to 65 percent every day. The center features 145 designer Read more »
Miller Outdoor Theatre is Houston's premier outdoor theater for the performing arts. Free performances run March through October. Miller Outdoor Theatre offers the most diverse professional Read more »
Situated on Galveston Bay, the 52-room Boardwalk Inn offers the feel of a seaside cottage, within steps from the Kemah Boardwalk. Each room is outfitted with duvet bedding and nautical artwork. Most Read more »
Hotel Derek brings a refreshing alternative to the typical Houston Texas hotel, pairing contemporary style with impeccable guest service. Hotel Derek is adjacent to Houston Galleria shopping and Read more »
G Gallery is a contemporary art gallery with a grassroots approach to building creativity, community, collaboration, and cultural exchange. The gallery’s rapidly changing exhibitions roster Read more »
The idea of the G3 Great Greek Grill restaurant represents a collaboration of three Houston-based business owners looking to share their love for Greek food with the masses. Created by some of the Read more »
Gaido's has been a Galveston landmark since 1911. People don't come for the atmosphere--they come for the freshest seafood around. The mix of locals and tourists never tire of the ocean views, and the Read more »
The goal of Galeria Regina is to share the beauty of art with the Houston community. It aims to provide an inspiring atmosphere with exhibition of contemporary arts by established and emerging Read more »
A haven for art lovers and collectors, Galleria Lazzara is an innovative art space showcasing local and national artists. Read more »
Sonja Roesch founded her gallery in Germany in 1991. In 1996, she relocated the gallery to Houston’s Midtown neighborhood. Gallery Soja Roesch specializes in reductive and concept-based art that Read more »
Captain Mike Williams is the guy behind Galveston Fishing Guides and his 40+ years of experience and success have earned him the reputation of being one of the top fishing guides in all of Texas. His Read more »
In May 2012, Galveston Island paid homage to its past with the return of the city’s Historic Pleasure Pier. The Landry’s owned-and-operated amusement park—which replaced the Hurricane Ike-battered Read more »
Galveston Island State Park features two thousand acres of surf, beach, dunes, coastal prairie, fresh-water ponds, wetlands, and bay shoreline just down Galveston Island from the city of Galveston, Read more »
Galveston Island Tours provides custom tour packages in the Galveston area. Sample itineraries include: Historic Homes Tour Explore a time of Galveston's glory, a time of incredible wealth and Read more »