Jenn: "The pizza is awesome & the salad is made out of the freshest greens. Gelato & a patio are also a great combination in Houston. Quaint place, & it feels like you're eating at a friend's house :) BYOB."
Michael Lapidakis: "This place is like the best backyard chill party you've ever been too, every weekend (and now weeknights too). They have food trucks and the beer's not only the best in town, but relatively cheap."
Clifton M: "Best liquor store in town, with widest beer, liquor & wine selections. Also has small deli and grocery department. Beware "helpful" wine salespeople on commission; they steer you to high margin items."
Mark Alexander: "Cozy neighborhood wine bar with friendly staff and wide selection of food and wine. Artistic and worn-down interior adds to the trendy, eclectic vibe. Staff had great wine & cheese recommendations!"
Creole Boxer: "Perfect spot for a picnic date. Get some craves cupcakes, wine or make a spiked punch, get some finger food (wraps or cute sandwiches) bring a spread or chair and attend a movie on the lawn"
Tyler Lund: "Discovery Green is a nice park in the middle of Downtown Houston. There is a nice large pond to sit around and fountains to run around in. Unfortunately the view isn't awesome now with a ton of ugly"
ArtJonak: "Miller Theatre & hill, Japanese Garden, the reflection pond, the train & many local attractions within walking distance. Natural Science Museum, the Houston Zoo and a golf course all border the garden"
Jarrod Klawinsky: "One of the largest public parks in Houston & home to the Museum District and Zoo.The serenity and peacefulness of the park is wonderful & visitors have the opportunity to jog, golf or paddle boat."
sj park: "유명한 화가들의 유명하지 않은 작품들이 있음. 규모는 큰 편이라고 하나 방마다 서있는 관리자 수가 적은 것으로 봐서는 진품이 아닌 것들이 더 많이 걸려있을지도..."
B. Lewis: "Parking lot across from museum fills quickly on weekends & other busy days. Park for free 2 blocks away at Glassell School (5101 Montrose). Bonus?- Cullen Sculpture Garden is on the two-block route."