Secret Houston wants to help you make the most of your free time and keep you informed! We’ll be putting out “Don’t miss” and “ICYMI” plans and news for you each week, so you’ll always catch an incredible event or story. Here are some of them that you may have missed over the last week.
For those whose childhood was spend playing with Barbie, her houses, cars, and plethora of accessories; watching the animated Barbie movies on Nickelodean; or crushing on Ken – you can do yourself one better this summer at The World of Barbie.
Traditional American sports might dominate the zillion broadcasting TVs at any given sports bar in Houston, but at The Maple Leaf – it’s all about hockey. The Midtown pub goes bar down on all things Canada and hockey, from their 24/7 game coverage, to the Canadian beer selection, bubble hockey set-up, and actual penalty box, here is where Houston hockey fans can light the lamp.
After long last, Big Rivers Water Park and Adventures is opening in Houston just in time for the summer with land, air, and sea entertainment.
City life can wear you down. Be it the traffic, noise, and/or pollution, sometimes you just need to get away and take a respite in the simple life. Take a Texas trip out to the most darling, charming, and picturesque towns in the Lone Star State.
The Heights continues to grow, and so does Brian Doke. Less than two months after opening a steakhouse speakeasy concept inside his other restaurant, Savoir, the restauranteur has opened another concept just across the street. .
6. Mayor Proclaims ‘Megan Thee Stallion Day’, Grants Artist Key To City For Philanthropic Efforts
May 2, 2022, is officially Megan Thee Stallion Day in Houston. Last weekend, Mayor Sylvestor Turner honored the highly-acclaimed artist – per his office – for her philanthropic efforts via Pete and Thomas Foundation, the artist’s own non-profit.
This fall, Austin-based Clark’s Seafood and Oyster Bar is bringing their catch of the day to Houston with an outpost in Montrose.