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.
Georgia and Rick Bost, farmers and ranchers who were also among the original founders of Urban Harvest Farmers Market, launched their farm-to-market-to-table-style grocery store and café Read more »
Founded by Dash Beardly, dubbed the “Ghost Man of Galveston”, Ghost Tours of Galveston takes a unique approach to the supernatural experiences on Galveston Island. Beardly has used his Read more »
After a few years off of Houston’s culinary scene, Chef Lynette Hawkins is back with her Venetian tapas concept Giacomo’s Cibo e Vino. The fast-casual restaurant—which reflects Read more »
Gigi's Asian Bistro and Dumpling Bar is tucked between Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse and Oceanaire in the Galleria space once occupied by Lord & Taylor. The owner, Gigi Huang, serves up Read more »
When seafood fans are looking to get their oyster fix, many in-the-know diners head southeast of the city to Gilhooley's Restaurant. Located in Bay Area Houston, the laid-back, no-frills spot packs Read more »
For a casual, unpretentious setting, locals laud this pub, which has sister locations in Austin, Dallas, and New York. Indeed, a cozy spot awaits you at the Ginger Man, where space is at a premium on Read more »
The Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council Goodykoontz Museum of Girl Scouts History highlights the history of Girl Scouts of the USA and the San Jacinto Council located in Houston, Texas.Named after Read more »
The Gite Gallery provides fine African art, including paintings in oil, acrylics, pen and ink, watercolors, and charcoal. All pictures are originals and are custom framed. The gallery also carries a Read more »
Nature-inspired decor and an ever-changing menu of simple flavors dominate this Heights area bistro.Decorated in neutral shades, a centerpiece glass wall separates the open kitchen from the main Read more »
Situated on 84 acres along the Washington Corridor, Glenwood Cemetery serves as a serene resting place for some of Houston’s most iconic residents. Among the ornate headstones are those of more Read more »