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As the fourth-largest city in the United States, Houston, Texas is a bustling city offering the very best in dining and entertainment.
The city has 10,000 restaurants “representing cuisine from more than 70 countries and American regions,” and is gaining recognition as a center of amazing food. Residents can find everything from tiny coffee cafes to fine dining and BBQ, perfect for a night on the town. Houston’s nightlife serves up something for everyone with a diverse mix of dance clubs, wine bars, and live music.
Houston also has plenty to do during the day, whether you’re watching one of the city’s five professional sports teams or exploring its vibrant arts and culture scene. Houston is home to the 17-block Theater District — which gives you access to some of the best performing arts companies in the state — while the pedestrian-friendly Museum District boasts 19 cultural institutions, including the no. 1 rated children’s museum in the country.
For other fun, Houston offers plenty of opportunities to explore the great outdoors with a 40-acre water park, the Houston Zoo, and a number of parks. Favorites include the sprawling Hermann Park just minutes from downtown and the beautiful 160-acre Buffalo Bayou. This ample greenspace makes Houston an ideal location for outdoor lovers who want to bike or hike their way across the city, or take full advantage of beaches and other water access for kayaking, sailing, fishing, and scuba diving.
Five pro sport teams, diverse neighborhoods, and one of the greenest cities in the south—Houston has it all.
NASA’s Johnson Space Center, the Theater & Museum Districts, and an impressive food scene guarantee you’ll always be busy.
Here's your key to the city. A definitive guide of the best local spots directly from our residents.