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  • Biggios Credit: Biggio's Sports Bar
    January 30, 2018
    Houston may be one year removed from hosting arguably the most exciting football game of all time, but our bars and restaurants are just as excited for this year’s final game taking place in Minneapolis. You’ll find watch parties, game day food and drinks specials, and so many television screens it’ll make you feel like you're at the stadium. Revelry on Richmond 1613 Richmond Ave This Montrose game day go-to spot is stocked with 40 rotating local and craft brews,...
  • marriott marquis houston Credit: Marriott Marquis Houston
    October 5, 2016
    Opening in December of 2016, Houston’s sleek new Marriott Marquis is another jewel in the crown that is downtown. This new 1,000-room hotel will feature many unique and luxurious amenities, including a Texas-shaped lazy river, Houston’s largest ballroom, a custom wine cave, and a prime location downtown, overlooking Discovery Green park. The opening of the Marriott Marquis is one of the many ways that Houston has been preparing for the 2017 Super Bowl . The Marquis’ decor...
  • Biggio's Credit: Biggio's
    April 14, 2016
    Astros fans rejoice. Houston baseball legend Craig Biggio announced yesterday that his sports bar Biggio’s is set to open across from Minute Maid Park this November. The two-level restaurant will be a part of the new Marriott Marquis hotel and convention district downtown. Biggio’s menu is fit for foodies as well as sports fans. The upscale sports bar plans on offering high quality steaks, burgers, and wings as well as local craft beers, wines, and cocktails. Diners can watch all...
  • February 7, 2016
    The 50th Super Bowl is a milestone of astronomical value. For Space City, it means the dawn of a new countdown. There are now 365 days until Houston hosts its 3rd Super Bowl, with many large projects and events happening before kickoff. Hotel Boom In the heart of Houston, the Convention District and other parts of Downtown Houston have transformed to accommodate major events like the upcoming NCAA Final Four along with hundreds of booked conferences and meetings following a record year for
  • December 1, 2015
    A vacant, historic downtown office building will be renovated to become an upscale hotel with a rooftop pool, outdoor sundeck, restaurant and bar. The Melrose building, originally constructed in 1952, is being redeveloped as a Le Méridien, a Starwood Hotels and Resort luxury hotel brand. The building was Houston's first modern-style skyscraper, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Le Méridien will feature 225 guest rooms and 8,000 square feet of meeting...
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