• Road Trip

    Short on Time? Here’s How to Spend 48 Hours in Houston

    Long known for its car culture and high rise-style living, Houston in recent years has gotten back to its urban roots, restoring mid-century modern buildings and creating new parks and gathering spaces for the community. These days, there’s more than enough to eat, see and shop for in a single weekend.

  • Red and blue kayaks going down a river

    Ditch Highways for Hiking Trails and Hit Houston’s Great Outdoors

    Houston is known for many things — top-notch restaurants, experimental bars, world-class art museums and a newly revitalized downtown. The country’s fourth-largest city doesn’t exactly inspire images of the great outdoors, though. It’s known more for highways than for hiking trails.

  • Fish tacos with tomatoes, slaw, and lime

    Even Your Belly is Bigger in Texas: Discover Houston’s Tastiest Grub

    In a city where over 80 languages are spoken, it should come as no surprise that Houston has one of the most diverse culinary scenes in the United States, fusing cuisines from around the world. The city’s restaurants cater to every type of diner. Loosen your belt as you discover some of Houston’s most beloved dining experiences.