Cheers to Houston

There are plenty of things to celebrate about Houston, and plenty of places to do it. Pour into St. Arnold, Hay Merchant, Flying Saucer or Karbach to get your fill of craft beer. Mix it up with cocktails at Anvil, Down House or Julep, or sip wine at The Tasting Room, Sonoma or 13 Celsius...the list (and the party) goes on!

Around the table (and the world)

Whether you’re longing for a taste of home or exploring new cuisines, you’ll satisfy your cravings in Houston. Our dynamic food scene reflects the international feel of our city, from steakhouses in the tradition of Argentina and Brazil to the fish markets found in Asian grocery stores. It’s where the flavors of all the continents can be savored as readily as Tex-Mex and barbecue. In Houston, the world is truly your oyster!

Tex-Mex, Mex-Tex and more

Houstonians know there's more than one way to get your fill of Mexican food. Popular Tex-Mex traditions include the Original Ninfas on Navigation, Pappasitos, El Real, El Tiempo, Molina's, and Sylvia's Enchilada Kitchen – and that's just for starters. For a taste of interior Mexican fare with Texan flair, foodies head to Hugo's, Maria Selma, El Pueblito and Pico's. It's the next best thing to hopping on a flight across the border.

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    Houston is the Culinary Capital of Texas with 8,600+ restaurants and eating establishments covering 60+ cuisines.

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    Live music, festivals, farmer's markets, fashion shows, outdoor concerts...There's never a dull moment in Houston.

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    You'll never run out of activities with Houston's abundance of museums, theaters and other attractions.

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    From team sports to extreme sports, Houston has that winning spirit. We carry that spirit to our state-of-the-art facilities.

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    Houstonians can explore miles of scenic green space. In fact, we're home of two of the nation's 10 largest urban public parks.