The best and worst places to eat and drink in Houston are covered in this week’s episode of MTV News.1.
The French Quarter (aka the French Quarter)The best thing about Houston is the French Market.
In fact, we’ve never visited it in person, but we think you will if you’re a true Houstonian.
It is one of the few places that has no signage or any signage at all, and you can walk right in and take in all the sights and smells.
And you can’t miss the giant, old-fashioned carnival rides!
It’s one of those places that feels like home, and it’s a lot to take in.
If you have a budget and don’t mind paying extra for food, this is the place to be.
If, however, you’re an adventurous sort, we’d recommend grabbing a bite to eat at one of Houston’s most exciting food trucks, The Foodie Bar.
You’ll be able to sample the best food in the city for a good price.2.
The GalleriaThe Galleria, a shopping and dining hub in the old City Market, is a true shopping and entertainment hub.
It’s an ideal spot for a family outing, a date night, or a datenight date with friends.
You won’t have to spend a fortune, but you can still walk away with some cool souvenirs.3.
The Old TownThe old-school city of Houston has many attractions.
It includes some of the best museums, galleries, art galleries, and restaurants in the country, as well as some of Houstons best restaurants and bars.
And if you want to experience some of these more traditional, local restaurants and enjoy some great dining options, there’s always the Old Town.
It has the perfect setting to have a date or a night out, or to enjoy some local entertainment.
It also has a great food scene, so if you have the money and time, we suggest checking it out.4.
The Magnolia GardensThe Magnolia Garden is the most famous, and arguably most photographed, spot in the area.
It features a huge collection of artworks and sculptures, and is an absolute must-see if you live in Houston.5.
The Warehouse DistrictThe Warehouse District is Houston’s best known area, and this is where the best deals are to be found.
If the weather is good, you can enjoy live music at a number of local venues.
If it’s raining, it’s the perfect spot for some delicious barbecue and tacos.
And of course, you’ll find everything from vintage clothing to antique furniture.6.
The Water TowerHoustonians love to go to the Water Tower, and the best way to do so is by taking in the spectacular views of downtown.
Located right on the waterfront, it is one the most iconic landmarks in the Houston area, which makes it the perfect place to visit on a beautiful day.7.
The Houston Museum of Natural HistoryThe Houston Museum, which is also known as the Natural History Museum, is Houstons largest collection of natural history specimens.
We love seeing and hearing about the animals, plants, and people of the world.
It offers a wealth of information and research, so you’ll have a good understanding of the past, present, and future of the natural world.8.
The Bienville HotelThe Bien-Vivant is Houston history’s first modern hotel, and one of its best.
You can find all kinds of different rooms here, from one-bedrooms to three-beds, and they offer plenty of options to suit your budget.
The hotel also has an amazing rooftop deck that offers stunning views of the city and bayou.9.
The Plaza HotelThe Plaza Hotel, located in the center of Houston, is an historic, two-story hotel that was built in 1912 and has a unique feel.
You have a spacious lobby and a great view of the bayou from your suite.
It was designed to accommodate guests from across the globe and was one of only two hotels to be constructed in Texas.10.
The Fairmont Houston The Fairton Houston is one Houston landmark that you won’t want to miss.
It boasts a stunning pool and a spectacular pool deck, which means that you can get a relaxing, romantic soak in the water at this luxury hotel.11.
The Cajun House of BluesHouston is known for its great music scene, but there are some really good places to experience music in Houston as well.
This is a great place to go on a Saturday night for a jazz band.
You could even try your hand at some blues dancing at the Jazz Festival.12.
The Grand Marquette HotelThe Grand Marquet is one one of our favorite places to stay in Houston, and if you love the area, you should check it out for a relaxing weekend.
You don’t need to pay a fortune for a weekend stay here, but if you do want