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Source: <a href=""> EaDo</a>

The Art and Soul of East Downtown

Houston is full of culture, fantastic places to eat, shop and enjoy fresh air, especially Downtown. EaDo—short for East Downtown, also called the East Downtown Management District—is an important part of Houston’s history and gorgeous landscape. According to the Houston Chronicle, in the 1930’s Cantonese immigrants moved to Old Chinatown (then, just Chinatown), which was, […]

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Visit the Rain Forest Conservatory and Butterfly Garden

Having a butterfly land on you is said to bring you good luck. If you’ve been down on it lately and you’d like to exponentially increase the odds of that happening, you should visit the Houston Museum of Natural Science’s Rain Forest Conservatory—an exhibit housing hundreds of butterflies, exotic plants and a fifty-foot waterfall! The Houston […]

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Source: <a href=""> Café Mezza and Grille </a>

Fall in Love with Mediterranean Dining at Café Mezza & Grille!

Café Mezza and Grille, as its name suggests, draws on Mediterranean themes to bring to Houston some creative American fusion cuisine that hits the spot! Located in the Galleria area near Tanglewood, the term ‘Mezza’ means ‘appetizer’ in Arabic, and Syria-turned-Houston-native, Mike Tibi, owner and executive chef on his first solo venture, seeks to bring that flair to […]

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Source: <a href=""> Greater East End</a>

Embrace the Cultural History of Houston’s East End

East End, part of Houston backed by the eastern part of downtown, flanked by the Port of Houston and capped to the South by Hobby Airport. This wonderful part of our city bears many vestiges of Houston’s early history, industry, and its rich Hispanic tradition. According to the Houston Chronicle, although some gentrification began in the early 2000’s […]

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