In an area that has both Pappasitos and Lupe Tortillas right near, why waste your time and money at Ninfas? The food is low quality, the atmosphere tragic, and the staff completely careless as to your satisfaction. Take a walk across the street to Pappasitos or a few streets over to Lupe Tortilla's, they are much, much better.
How this place stays in business, I will never know. It is always empty, and the store seems half empty, but for falafel sandwiches they cannot be beat. Housed in an old railcar, Droubis caters to the med center crowd with knock off Antone poboys, but the falafel is all their own and very good. How long it will stay that way, no one knows.
Whole foods is most probably the nicest and coolest supermarket in Houston, but you will definitely have ot pay for it. Some of the items are harder to get and worth the mark-up, but the produce is way overpriced, and most of the ready made food items can be purchased anywhere else for much, much less. However, they have a Jamba juice, great soups, and an amazing cheese and coffee selection which make the trip well worth it.
A houston institution, Antones Po-boys are some of the greatest sandwiches in Texas. They add a middle eastern flavor to the average sub sandwich, with a carrot spread that makes them distinctly Antones po-boys. Order the Super sandwich, grab a bage if chips and a cold drink, and you have the makings of a perfect meal. definitely well worth it.
This place is easily the best strip club in Houston for many reasons. The place is a classier version of your standard place, as the furnishings are top notch and the staff very professional. Add the most beautiful women in Houston, and you come to realize why it is legendary among business travelers and men from around the nation.
This place is probably the closest you are gonna get to authentic cajun food outside of Louisiana. Housed in a shack of Richmond, this quant place has the best gumbo in Houston, great Po-boys, and excellent appetizers like the miniature crab cakes. It can get a bit pricey, but it is well worth it for the excellent Cajun dishes.
For a great bunch, this is the place to go. With an extensive seafood selection in addition to great breakfast items, check this place out on Sundays, or go on a normal night for some of the best seafood in Houston. I prefer the gumbo and red snapper, cooked in more ways than I though humanly possible. Add in great desserts, and you have a truly great meal.
I was a student here, and if you would like ot go to a school where the students are mistreated, the facilities atrociously run down, and the atmosphere more like a community college than a university, the University of houston is for you. As a student they charge ridiculous fees for improvements they never make, the security is a joke and the teachers as disinterested in teaching as most of the students are in learning.
This place, much like Mid Century pavilion on Washington is a complete rip off. What he does is scour ebay, thrift stores and estate sales, buys different looking furniture, and marks up the product 1000% to a poor buyer dumb enough to bite. Why not do it yourself, it will not only save you money but also put shady stores like this out of business
As the title states, do not even think about buying from here. Let me give you a tip. Go to a thrift or secondhand store, buy a unique couch, then put it in your living room. Because that is exactly what they dom, except instead they try to sell it to a poor sap who is willing to pay big money for thrift store merchandise. Do not go here, it is a ripoff.