Houston Hot Spots
Texas’ most populous city has hot spots for everyone
With Houston being the most populous city in Texas, there are countless places to discover. To make it easier for you, we picked out some of Houston’s hottest spots to visit and explore.
1Fantastic Food Hot Spots
No matter what type of food you are in the mood for, Houston has a hot spot for you!The Breakfast Klub
Looking for a place to get your morning Joe? Well this is the place for you. This coffee shop offers unlimited cups of coffee and just happens to also serve great food! The Breakfast Klub is a southern eatery voted “best breakfast restaurants in the nation” by Good Morning America, USA Today, Esquire and Forbes Magazine.
Hungry Houstonians and city visitors line up to savor the flavor of southern specialties like catfish & grits, chicken & waffles, and biscuits to rival anyone’s grandma.
Address: 3711 Travis St, Houston, TX 77002
Located in Downtown Houston's Historic District, Frank’s is THE place to go for delicious hand-tossed pizza. Serving a variety of items from whole pies, slices and lasagna to spicy wings, burgers, sandwiches, salads and desserts this Houston hot spot is a must.
Known as home of the “Late Night Slice” the Houston hot spot stays open until 3am on Friday & Saturday nights! You haven't done it all, if you haven't done Frank's after leaving the nightclub.
Address: 417 Travis St, Houston, TX 77002
2Outdoor Hot Spots!
If you love the great outdoors, you’ll enjoy everything Hermann Park Conservancy has to offer!
With over 100 years of history and nearly six million visitors a year, Hermann Park Conservancy is worth the visit. From pedal boats and train rides to over 445-acres of lush landscaping, this park boasts of Houston’s beauty while providing fun for family and friends.
Next door to the Hermann Park Conservancy, discover 6,000 animals at the Houston Zoo. This zoo has everything from elephants and African lions to a petting zoo and bat cave. Before you leave, make sure you visit the Giraffe Feeding Platform where you will have the opportunity to get up close to a Masai giraffe and feed them a snack.
Featuring 19 museums, Houston’s Museum District is full of wonder and discovery. Experience a live butterfly habitat at Houston’s Museum of Natural Science or be enchanted by paintings, photographs and sculptures at Houston’s Museum of Fine Arts. For some family fun, visit the Children’s Museum of Houston. With exhibits like How Does It Work?, EcoStation and Invention Convention, children get to participate in hands-on activities and show off their creative side.
Address: 6100 Hermann Park Dr., Houston, TX 77030
3Houston’s Hot Venues!
If you’re looking for an outing, check these hot venues both within walking distance of the Greyhound station.The Toyota CenterNo matter what you like, we know Houston’s Toyota Center will have something for you to enjoy! Check out a slam dunk at a Rockets game, catch a concert, a wrestling match or maybe even a gymnastics competition. See the Toyota Center’s calendar of events.
Address: 1510 Polk St, Houston, TX 77002Minute Maid Park
Baseball fan? Catch an Astro's game come rain or shine. Previously known as The Ballpark at Union Station, Enron Field, and Astros Field, Minute Maid Park is Houston's first retractable-roofed stadium and features a natural grass playing field. This stunning ballpark has a seating capacity of over 40K which includes over 5K club seats and more than 60 luxury suites. So buy some peanuts and Cracker Jacks®, sit back relax and take in an exciting Houston Astros game.
Address: 501 Crawford Street, Houston, Texas, 77002