South Houston is a city in the U.S. state of Texas, within Houston–The Woodlands–Sugar Land metropolitan area and Harris County. The population was 16,983 at the 2010 census. It is bordered by the cities of Houston and Pasadena.
Restaurants in South Houston
5 based on 1 reviews
Is extremely dependable and sensible corporate car services driver to have when around the local area for conferences in Houston. I can rely on them for all outings and even at short notice.
5 based on 8 reviews
Are you ready for a NEW experience in the Pasadena Area? We have the answer! This is a great place to have fun with your friends, or meet new friends; relax or just let your hair down and be you; or simply discover your inner artist. Bring your favorite bottle of wine or beverage, and paint along with our artist to create your own work of art that you will take home at the end of the evening. We provide all painting supplies and artist instructions. No art experience is needed. Simply be ready to have a Twisted good time! Two hour classes are offered for $35 and three hour classes for $45. Select Family Friendly classes offered for $25. Open classes are fun for you and a friend or small group. Private party for adults or kids are great for groups of 12 or more. Gift Certificates make a unique gift for any occasion and are available online! Or come into the studio and purchase our new Gift Cards that are redeamable at any location. Follow us on Facebook to hear about studio events, get sneak previews of new art and our monthly calendar, participate in promotions exclusive to Facebook fans, and more!
My fella and I are both fans of the drink and art concept, and we were not disappointed with our experience with Painting with a Twist Pasadena (TX) and our instructor Alex. This particular venue is BYOB, and we all immediately got a laugh from my guy and I bringing in a cooler (I like to come prepared). EVERYONE was laid back, and the atmosphere was awesome. He played cool music, even turning on the disco lights for a few minutes for us all to be silly. His instruction was perfect, he gave us the guideline on how to do the painting, but not so detailed that you felt like you were "messing up" if you didn't do it like he was doing it. The assistant Chelsea was also awesome, very friendly and quick to come by with additional paints and clean up the tables or any messes. There were 7 couples, and ALL of the men seemed to feel comfortable and have a great time. I would HIGHLY recommend this as a date night, or ANY night for that matter. Five Stars isn't enough!
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Grew up 2 blocks from Strawberry Park. The public swimming pool has always been olympic size, and for a few dollars, you can pay to swim before the official opening each day. They have built a water park in the past year or so. They have a walking circuit around the park which is just so-so. They have a huge covered pavilion for skateboards and roller skates (smooth surfaces). Still, the park is very safe and has tennis, swings, playground equipment, etc. Love Strawberry Park and would recommend!!!
4 based on 1 reviews
We're an indoor, climate controlled family entertainment center open every day of the year. For over 25 years we've provided a clean, safe, and well-maintained facility for families and others to enjoy traditional fun activities. Miniature golf, Houston's best baseball and softball batting cage, trampoline basketball, pool tables, a large assortment of arcade and ticket redemption games, and our u
We weren't sure what to expect when we drove in the parking lot 11am on a Saturday morning and there were only 2 cars there. But once we walked in we were quickly greeted at the door with someone who helped us decide what to do first. We tried out everything there but the pool tables. The batting cages were good,although it did not take long to get through the 12 balls that $1 gets you! The indoor putt-putt was a good course! Even though online said 18 holes, the board posted at the register said the 9 hole course played 2x for the total of 18 holes. The go-karts were fun! 95% of the course is in a covered building and would be great to do in any weather!!
5 based on 171 reviews
The show overall was ok. We felt as though a Rolling Stones "cover band" stole the show from the Symphony players.
The show would have been so much better if the camera operator would have at least caught on camera, to show on the big screens, more of the individual players besides just the singer all night or the electric guitar player. We left the show at the end feeling somewhat disappointed.
4.5 based on 583 reviews
Next to the Houston Museum of Natural Science, the glass-enclosed butterfly habitat includes a simulated rainforest and thousands of colorful butterflies. A dramatic 50-foot waterfall and exotic plants transport visitors.
Unlike some other butterfly centres we've been to around the world this one really measures up in terms of the number of butterflies (and species) per cubic metre. Superb. And the entry area with lots of materials both on butterflies and other insects was also well set out; aimed at children, but educational and entertaining for adults.
The one gripe I would have, and it's a big one, is the process of buying a ticket (which is at the entrance to the Natural History Museum writ large). With 15 ticket windows available only one (yes, one) was open the majority of time we were waiting in the lengthy queue. And to really ramp up the annoyance levels two staff members (including, I suspect, the supervisor) could be seen chatting to each other rather than actually serving the public by getting behind a ticket counter. There was general moaning to be heard along the length of the ever-growing line.
But putting that to one side, once we had our tickets we thoroughly enjoyed the Butterfly Centre and would recommend it, particularly to families.
4.5 based on 631 reviews
I don't know about you, but I don't like to have my intelligence insulted.
Especially, at such a serious place like the Holocaust Museum.
It is totally ruined by Political Correctness.
On the other hand, other exhibits qualities may be totally selective. I would avoid the HOME exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts and the Rothko at the Menil Collection both feature displays that stretch the definition of art in a negative manner.
The rest of the Museum of Fine Arts is one of my favorite Museums and also the Museum of Natural Science.
I come from NYC so I know of Museums!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
The first municipal art museum in Texas is most well-known for its Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art, and also includes Baroque and Renaissance art, African tribal art, a sculpture garden and a teaching wing, where the works of students and top Texas artists are displayed.
Lovely exhibit based on his later work with Pope Paul III. There are several scetches, cartoons, and paintings all from the Farenese collection in Naples. The audio guide was very informative.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
This outstanding science museum has a spectacular collection of mineral specimens, a dinosaur skeleton, space-station models, a planetarium, IMAX theater and a six-story butterfly center in which these beautiful creatures land delicately on outstretched arms.
We had City Passes, so our trip included this museum. We aren't typically museum people, but this one was quite interesting. It has several different display areas to keep anyone interested. There is the animal history, human history, geology, artifacts from royalty, dinosaurs, Egypt and a few other sections I can't remember. There is paid parking attached to the museum ($5 or $10 I can't remember). It was worth the visit! We had teens, adults and a senior with us.
4.5 based on 234 reviews
A local theatre offering plays and musicals.
My daughter and I have watched four fabulous plays here. We love broadway in New York and as native Texans when we are in Houston, this is definitely one of our favorite go to spots. The staff is friendly and the talent that we have seen on the stage is amazing. We will definitely visit The Alley Theatre again soon!!
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