All About The Daily Houston News

Houston, Texas - A Foodie's Paradise

Jun 2

From Gulf Coast seafood and high-end Latin fare to Sunday sauce, Houston’s food scene has it all. Locals love to take advantage of the slew of dining options, from the city’s famed food trucks and trendy gastropubs to family-friendly sit-down restaurants. And, if you’re in the mood to shop, there are plenty of opportunities for culinary-inspired souvenirs. Professional tree cutting specialists in Houston.

A top Houston attraction, Buffalo Bayou Park is a beloved urban green space that’s dotted with trails for hiking, biking and exploring the area’s natural beauty, from the Wortham Foundation Grove to the famous waterwall. But the park is also a must-visit for diehard Texas aficionados, who’ll find cowboy-approved fashions and accessories, rustic furniture and Lone Star-sourced edibles.

The city’s economy grew in the wake of World War II with shipbuilding and petrochemical industries, but has since become much more diversified. Today, oil and gas exploration and production continue to contribute significantly, but high-technology industries, trade and business services, aerospace, computer manufacturing and energy research also play important roles. And, of course, the city is a hub for NASA’s astronaut training and flight control center.

Rice Village is a quaint cluster of shops and restaurants a few blocks from the Rice University campus. It’s home to Project Runway winner Chloe Dao’s eponymous boutique and other local designers, as well as lower-key forever favorites like Victoria’s Secret. The upscale Galleria mall is nearby, offering 320,000 square feet of shopping (for starstruck window shopping and more).

If you’re into collecting antiques and vintage pieces, be sure to visit the Antiquiarium, a Houston favorite for collectors and history buffs alike. This venerable store sells antique prints, maps, documents, globes and more. The massive inventory is divided into categories including Texas, birds, historical figures, art and medicine.

If you’re a baseball fan, be sure to check the schedule at Minute Maid Park, which houses the city’s professional gridiron football team (the Texans), as well as its professional baseball and soccer teams. It’s also the site of the annual Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the largest in the world.

Nature's Tree Removal of Houston
8300 Farm to Market 1960 Rd W #450
Houston, TX 77070
(713) 824-9036