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Dining:
Houston boasts a cosmopolitan restaurant scene, influenced by cuisines from Louisiana, Mexico and Southeast Asia. Whatever type of food you are craving while staying at your short term rentals Houston, you will easily find a restaurant to meet your needs. Classic Houston cooking includes steaks, chili, barbecue, soul food, and Tex-Mex. Some quick options with classic Houston flair are a chili dog at James Coney Island Hot Dogs, a po'boy sandwich at Antone's, or a burger and shake at Beck's Prime.

More upscale options include, Patrenella's Ristorante Italia, Da Marco Italian Restaurant, Churascos, Pesce, Yia Yia Mary's Pappas Greek Kitchen, Post Oak Grill Restaurant, Brenner's on the Bayou, Masraff's, Treebeards, Goode Company Texas Seafood, and Yao Restaurant & Bar.

Nightlife:
The Houston Press is a free weekly that provides a good rundown of what musical and comedy acts are in town, including information on Houston's bars and clubs. Houston's daily paper, The Chronicle, has an excellent entertainment section as well. In general, the most popular locations for nightspots are Downtown, Montrose, and south of the Galleria along Richmond Avenue (the Richmond Strip).

A few bar options that you might enjoy are Kung Fu Saloon, The Cotton Exchange Bar, Slick Willie's, McGonigel's Mucky Duck, Blanco's, La Carafe, Brian O'Neill's, and Marfreless River Oaks Lounge.

Popular nightclubs include Bayou Place, Numbers Night Club, Red Cat Jazz Cafe, South Beach, Wild West, FBar, The Mink, Scott Gertner's SkyBar and Grille, Red Star Nightclub

Shopping:
Houston is known for many things, and one thing that many Houston furnished apartment clients enjoy is the abundance of shopping experiences. With the following shopping districts, each of which offers something different, you are sure to find something to meet your needs.

The main shopping area in Houston is Uptown/Galleria. The Galleria itself has over 300 stores, including large department stores and many upscale retailers. It is Houston's number one tourist destination, boasting its own skating rink! And across the street is another shopping center called Centre at Post Oak. In Downtown, try the Shops at Houston Center, a group of about 40 small boutiques and specialty stores. In Houston's Chinatown, you can find all kinds of Asian imports. The well-known River Oaks Shopping Center is Houston's oldest and houses a chic array of galleries, boutiques, antique shops, and specialty stores. At Gallery Row, you can find a mix of galleries, designer showrooms, and shops of antiques and special furnishings. Rice Village, located near Downtown, is a 16-block neighborhood of small shops mixed with outlets from high-end national retailers. More adventurous shoppers may enjoy the antiques and arts and crafts at the Back Bay Market, held once a month, south of Downtown in Clear Lake. Trader's Village is Houston's premier flea market, and is a great weekend venue for outdoor bargain shopping for just about anything.

 
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