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Houston Press Ranks Top 10 Restaurants in the East End

Katharine Shilcutt, formerly of the Houston Press and now working for Houstonia Magazine, penned a piece about her top 10 restaurants in the East End. While a few years old, it's still a great "best of" highlighting some of our favorites in the East End. Why not create a checklist and challenge yourself to try…

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Park to Port Bike Ride – September 13, 2014

Park to Port Bike Ride – September 13, 2014

Our friends at the Houston Port Authority and Hermann Park have organized the Park to Port Bike Ride to celebrate the 100th anniversary of both organizations and it makes its way through the heart of the East End. Join us for a day of fun! Hermann Park and the Houston Port Authority share more in common…

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Cheap & Good Eats: Top 5 Budget Lunch Spots in EaDo

Our friends at the Houston Press offer their take on the best budget-friendly (under $10) lunch spots in EaDo (published October 13, 2013 by Brooke Viggiano): Note: For the purposes of this post, 'EaDo' is defined as the triangle bounded by Highway 59 to the northwest, Interstate 45 to the southwest and the lines of…

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Food Trucks Flock to Houston Food Park

Everything from tacos and burgers to pho and cupcakes are being dished out by mobile street vendors on a mission to bring some of Houston's finest cuisine to a corner near you. Food trucks in Houston's East End are no exception. On any given day,  you can find 6-8 trucks gathered for lunch and dinner service at the…

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Explore the East End Murals

Explore the East End Murals

Over 25 murals can be found in every nook and cranny of the East End. From world renowned artists to local talent telling the East End story and its rich history, you do not want to miss taking a drive and checking out these colorful works of art. Stop and enjoy a delectable dessert or…

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El Corazon de la Communidad – Navigation Boulevard

El Corazon de la Communidad – Navigation Boulevard

Navigation Boulevard has become the East End’s new Main Street, El Corazon de la Communidad, with a wider esplanade and walkable, shaded sidewalks. The $5 million ARRA stimulus grant that brought improvements to Sampson and York is also funding the exciting, community-driven changes on Navigation. Residents and visitors will enjoy safe crosswalks, pedestrian level solar lighting, an active…

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