Midtown Houston is acting in accordance with the City of Houston and postponing all large events in the month of March due to growing concerns regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus). The safety and well-being of our staff, vendors, visitors, residents, and event attendees is of paramount importance and all decisions have been made based on those factors.
BrunchFest is the ultimate Sunday Funday experience for Houston foodies who know how to BRUNCH SO HARD! There will be bottomless mimosas and the tastiest of Bloody Marys! Houston’s best restaurants that make up the brunch scene are taking part with a large variety of brunch dishes to sample. Mingle with other brunch lovers while
Shopping local is a fantastic opportunity to get out in the community while treating yourself to something new. Increased residential units, large green spaces to freshen the cityscape and more public transportation options make Midtown Houston an ideal destination to shop, live and build a life. There are also a multitude of local businesses you’ll
Did you eat an extra piece of pie on Thanksgiving Day? With whipped cream or ice cream on top? Well, that may be the least of your concerns. According to the Calorie Control Council, the average American consumes 4,500 calories in their Thanksgiving meal, and about 229 grams of fat. And then come the
Thanksgiving is a time to count everything for which you are thankful, and in Midtown Houston, there are many reasons to celebrate. This is a time to sit down to a feast shared with friends and family, catch up on what’s happening, and watch some football while eating pumpkin pie.
Halloween may be the scariest night of the year, but the only thing you need to fear is missing out on a fabulous time if you don’t join us at Boo!chata in Midtown Houston. This celebration of music, dance, and colorful costumes will haunt Bagby Park, 415 Gray Street (between Bagby St. and Brazos St.
Midtown Houston boasts a diverse range of restaurants sure to please any palate. From Mexican establishments to French cafes and Eastern European spots to classic American brunch, Midtown Houston has it all. You can support the Midtown Houston community over delicious meals during a special edition of eat IN midtown this fall. The month-long culinary
Many of Midtown Houston’s area businesses were severely impacted by Hurricane Harvey. To counteract this effect, we are launching a special fall edition of our annual campaign, eat IN midtown. This 30-day campaign will spur dining visits in the area and inform the public of Midtown Houston restaurants, their unique offerings and special promotions.