Houston’s Museum District is one the city’s most special neighborhoods, drawing locals and visitors alike to the highly-walked, extremely diverse area, which includes cultural gems like the Czech Center and the Buffalo Soldiers Museum, large collections of art both ancient and modern, and one of the visited museums in the United States in the Houston Museum of Natural Science. That doesn’t even include the enormous oak-lined green spaces, outdoor sculptures, and officially-sanctioned street art.
The district is divided into four unique, walkable zones, each with a host of cafes and eateries where museum-goers can rest their feet, grab a glass of wine or cup of coffee, or finish off the day with dinner. And with the recent opening of the Houston Museum of Fine Arts’ brand new Kinder Building, there’s even more reason to visit this rich cultural neighborhood.
Below, check out our recommendations for Museum District eateries, from decedent slow-cooked barbecue to hip tropical bars to fine Southern dining and more. Nearly all are offering takeout and delivery.Read More