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Lovely Heights Bungalow near bars/restaurants!

SupermajoittajaHouston, Teksas, Yhdysvallat
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Private bungalow in Houston’s Historic Heights is 9 minutes away from Downtown and the Galleria. Nineteenth Street has shops, art galleries, and a mini opera house! This bungalow is perfect for travelers, visiting friends / family, visitors to Med Center, small business owners and guests attending sports events, art festivals or concerts. Fully fenced yard for travelers with pets provides great privacy. Within walking distance to many bars, restaurants and shopping!

850 sq ft historic bungalow in the Heights: Furnished with (1) Queen Bed, (2) Bunk beds, (3) Sleeper Sofa, (4) 50" Smart TV, (5) Window AC units with Heaters; (6) clawfoot tub/shower; (7) washer/dryer and (8) Full size fridge with small appliances like coffee maker, toaster, and microwave.

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Houston, Teksas, Yhdysvallat

A. Rutland and 19th: a quick 8 block walk/bike ride north
One of Houston’s hottest shopping districts lies on the vibrant 19th Street in the Heights. Packed with antique shops and galleries, thrift stores and boutiques, and cafes and restaurants, strolling the streets is the perfect way to spend a nice day. Be sure to look out for special events, from White Linen Night and Third Thursdays Sip &Socials to tent sales and holiday tours.
Play & Explore
• Casa Ramirez Imports – Explore this folk art gallery, which rocks vibrant pieces from local artists, eclectic folk art, and books.
• Heights Cigar Lounge – Lay back and unwind at this smoke den, which rocks a fireplace, leather recliners, and a large game table for cards and dominos.
• The Heights Theater – The 1929 vintage Heights Theater building has been re-imagined, opening as a theater once again in 2016. Hit it to catch independent film screenings, concerts, comedy acts, poetry readings and more.
• Hits Theatre – Over on West 18th, this children’s theater puts offers workshops, acting and vocal coaching, dance classes, and puts on family-friendly productions.
• Ink Spots Museum – On 20th, this living history museum honors vocal group The Ink Spots and musician Huey “Ink Spot” Long. Long was the last living member of the group, which helped build a foundation for the future of rhythm and blues beginning in the 1930s.
• Marmiom Park – Snap a selfie at this 18th Street park’s picturesque Kaiser Pavilion, designed to emulate the unique turret of the Cooley mansion, one of the first houses built in the Houston Heights and the original site on which the park now sits.
• Tea & Art – This tea house and gallery boasts fine art shows alongside contemporary and functional ceramics.
Eat & Drink
• Alice Blue – Dine on local squash fritters, harissa shrimp bucatini, and NY strip bernaise at this chic modern bistro. And don’t miss quiche, nicoise salad, and pork shoulder pozole, available at lunch and brunch; or blistered shishitos, morcilla fondue, and proscuitto tartine alongside discounted wines at happy hour.
• Bernie’s Burger Bus – Just a few blocks up on 22nd and Yale, some of the city’s sloppiest burgers and yummiest shakes await. Get burgers topped with top-notch ingredients, from housemade ketchup and tipsy onions to pecan-smoked bacon and green chile cheese sauce. Tack on loaded hand-cut fries and an ice-cold beer, while you’re at it.
• Boomtown Coffee – With top-quality lattes, cortados, and flat whites made with Boomtown beans, plus coffee shop bites like breakfast tacos, housemade pastries, and grilled cheese, this neighborhood favorite is the perfect spot to linger.
• Carter & Cooley – Get corned beef and cozy at this old-school sandwich shop, which has been keeping locals well-fed since 1989. Dig into sandwiches piled high with housemade tuna salad, kosher-style corned beef, and roast beef slathered with herb and garlic crème cheese.
• Down House – With an emphasis on locally-sourced ingredients and fresh-faced flavors, Down House is a neighborhood go-to for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and happy hour. House favorites include the Gulf shrimp and grits in pho broth and the kimchi burger topped with cheddar, a fried egg, kimchi, and bulgogi sauce.
• Harold’s in the Heights – With an outdoor terrace overlooking 19th, this restaurant and bar is the perfect place to spend a nice day. At brunch, dig into New Orleans-style beignets, 44 Farms cheeseburgers, loaded with bacon jam, and Creole eggs benny. Dinner offers delights from double-brined cast iron chicken and blackened Gulf fish to turnip Bolognese; and there are lunch and happy hour, too. If you’re not looking for a full meal, be sure to check out the taproom.
• Juice Girl – Sip 100 percent organic juices and smoothies at this nutritious juice bar. Flavors range from a jalapeño-kissed Spicy Go Green and grapefruit-and-beet infused Pink Robot to a smoothie perfect for hangovers. Find acai bowls and the juice bar’s take on ice cream as well.
• Maryam’s Café – This dog-friendly café offers all-day breakfast, salads, panini, sandwiches, and wraps along with coffee, fresh juices, smoothies, and shakes. Finish off with a slice of homemade chocolate, tres leches or carrot cake.
• The Rice Box at Heights – Sitting block up on 20th, this fast-casual Chinese spot rocks killer chow fun, Mongolian beef, and sesame wings, plus hot, iced and nitro teas, beers and wines. Enjoy it all on the patio on nicer days.
• Torchy’s Tacos – Get damn good tacos fully loaded with everything but the kitchen sink, including but not limited to combos like cornmeal-crusted catfish and avocado sauce, slow-roasted pork carnitas with tomatillo, and fiery Jamaican jerk chicken. Don’t forget to add on chips and green chile queso.
• We Olive & Wine Bar – Stop by the shop, kitchen, and bar for artisan wines, olive oil inspired small plates, craft beer, and events with artisan producers and winemakers. The space offers daily complimentary tastings of California Extra Virgin olive oils, vinegar, and gourmet bites.
• Mellow Mushroom
• Snooze
• KA
• Fat Cat
• Cane Rosso
• Waffle Bus
• Vietnam Restaurant
• La Lucha
• Superica
• Tarka

Shop & Support Local
• AG Antiques – Go treasure hunting for antiques, vintage, and mid-century modern pieces and other collectibles at this 19th Street spot, which has been in the same location since the 1930s.
• Almogabar’s Shoe Shop & Western – This family-owned shoe shop offers boot and shoe repairs and polishes.
• Big Blue Whale – Big Blue whale is a magical place to find classic, hard-to-find, and handmade toys, from vintage toys and board games to whimsical crafts.
• Bliss on 19th – This specialty shop offers a unique blend of gifts, home decor, and accessories, making it the perfect place to shop for holidays, birthdays, and special events, from weddings to baby showers.
• Cutthroat Barbers – A nostalgic barbershop with a hip, modern vibe, Cutthroat offers haircuts and beard trims, full and partial shaves, and buzz cuts and shampoos. Every cut comes with a complimentary beverage.
• Dramatika Custom Framing – Get top-quality frames with unique, custom flair backed by over 50 years of experience.
• Eclectic Home – Shop for affordable but quality home goods and accessories at this 19th Street furniture store.
• Emerson Rose – Trendsetters love this chic boutique, which rocks women’s clothing and shoes, stylish jewelry, hats, bags and sunglasses, and fun home décor and gifts.
• Erica Delgardo Jewelry Designs – Shop for unique, hand-crafted jewelry, including wedding bands and engagement rings.
• Fly High Little Bunny – This local jewelry shop offers fine silver and gold pieces, custom design, jewelry repair, and one-of-a-kind gifts, from handcrafted bags to Turkish lanterns.
• Gen’s Antiques – This local jewel offers a mosaic of constantly updated goods, from mid-century modern furniture to vintage art pieces.
• Jubilee – Hit this boutique for on-trend clothes and accessories, home decor, seasonal adornments, and gifts.
• Manready Mercantile – All the man-ready goods at this cool kid’s shop are American made, from hip clothes and leather boots to vintage accessories and the mercantile’s own whiskey-soaked campfire jerky.
• Mary & Moss – Mary & Moss is a gift, flower, and women’s clothing shop all at once housed in a warm, vintage-inspired setting.
• Mercader Antiques – Shop for vintage pieces, from oil lamps and vases to buckle belts and watches.
• Retropolis – This vintage clothing and consignment store is a hit with thrift shoppers.
• Sand Dollar Thrift Store – Those looking for a deal should check out this thrift store, which has racks and racks of new and used apparel, jewelry, shoes, accessories and more.
• Thread – Get upscale finds at this stylish kids’ resale shop.
• Venus Hair – Bright colors and offbeat styles are the name of the game at this 19th Street landmark, which has been hairdo-in’ since 1978. Hit the eclectic shop for a well-priced, fun, and funky cut and color.
• Vinal Edge Records – Open since 1985, this old school record and CD shop throws it back with everything from classic, alternative, and experimental rock to jazz, blues, and country.
B. Heights Mercantile: 4 blocks south on Rutland to the bike trail; 2 blocks east to Yale
Open since the end of 2017, Heights Mercantile is a chic, urban market district located on 7th between Heights Boulevard and Yale. The area offers plenty in the way of shopping, eating, and exploring, making it a choice spot for an afternoon stroll.
Play & Explore
• Special Events at Heights Mercantile – Check out the Heights Mercantile Facebook page to follow along with its lineup of special events, including holiday pop-up markets and block parties.
• MFA Contemporary at Heights Mercantile – The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and Heights Mercantile have teamed up to create a museum-curated gallery space, showcasing a rotation of works from the Museum’s permanent collection, plus monthly free art-making activities.
• Define body & mind – Take care of your health and wellbeing by booking a barre, cycle or yoga class at this popular studio.
• Paloma Beauty – This beauty destination offers services like facials, hydrating treatments, and manis and pedis.
• Heights Boulevard – Take a stroll along the historic Heights Boulevard, which is lined with Victorian-style homes and craftsman bungalows, pop-up art sculptures and miniature parks, including Donovan Park located across the street from the Mercantile.
Eat & Drink
• Cloud 10 Creamery – Looking for something sweet? Local ice cream shop Cloud 10 offers handcrafted ice cream and sorbets in flavors that wow, from café sua da and toasted rice to peanut butter & jelly and seasonals like pineapple-chili sorbet.
• Local Foods – Houston’s favorite salad and sandwich purveyor has a Heights Mercantile locale, offering all-day menu items like truffled egg salad and “crunchy” chicken sandwiches, seasonal harvest and taco salads, and avocado toast. On weekends, get brunch in the form of four cheese frittata, breakfast plates, and Bloody Marys.
• Melange Creperie – Get delicate, made-to-order crepes filled with everything from Szechuan chicken and jalapeño jelly to mango y crema.
• Postino Wine Cafe – Your favorite new happy hour spot has arrived. Postino Wine Cafe offers $5 glasses of wine and pitchers until 5pm every day. Pair your reds, whites, and roses with bruschetta topped with things like brie and apples and prosciutto and fig, plus cheese and charcuterie, soups, salads, and panini.
• Better Luck Tomorrow – On West 6th and Yale, this hot cocktail bar stirs up some of the best drinks in the city. Chill out with a “cold-fashioned” or Japanese highball and pub grub that goes above and beyond—think crunchy fried lamb belly, chilled seafood, and “the party melt” burger.
• Lee’s Fried Chicken & Donuts – Head south down Heights Boulevard to fill up on crispy fried chicken (available in bone-in pieces, tenders, sandwiches, and tacos) and donuts in flavors like Mexican Chocolate and Blueberry Cake.
• Revival Market – On the corner of Heights Boulevard and White Oak, Revival Market is a part butcher shop, part café that serves up breakfast and lunch daily. Get seasonally-inspired and locally-sourced eats, from corned beef hash and hot honey butter chicken biscuits to beet burgers and hanger steak salads.
Shop & Support Local
• Aesop – This apothecary brand offers a range of high-quality skin, hair, and body care formulations, from facial cleansers and toners to body scrubs and balms.
• August Antiques –Just north of the Mercantile on 8th and Heights, this family-run antique shop offers unique finds, from primitive furniture and period lighting to pottery and rare books.
• Bespoke HTX by Forth and Nomad – This bespoke boutique brings together local brands and makers to offer a wide variety of products, including leather bags, handcrafted home goods, artisan jewelry, oils, apparel, one-of-a-kind instruments and more.
• Chubbie’s – Stop by this fun and funky swimwear shop to pick up board shorts, one-piece swimsuits, shirts, tees and more.
• Favor the Kind – This Dallas-based boutique carries homemade, sustainably produced apparel, gifts, and quality home items.
• The Impeccable Pig – Hit this stylish boutique to find a mix of jewelry, dresses, rompers, tops and more.
• Lululemon – The Heights outpost of this luxe athletic brand offers yoga pants, joggers, shorts, tees, and tanks for both women and men.
• Marine Layer – This unique brand is known for selling tees that are “so soft it’s absurd.”
• Rye 51 – This small batch American luxury brand offers a well-curated customer service shopping experience. Shop for casual menswear, from knits and polos to denim and accessories.
• Saint Lo Boutique – This upscale contemporary women’s boutique offers a wide selection of handpicked clothing lines and accessories.
• Warby Parker – This popular online eyeglasses retailer has a brick-and-mortar outpost at Heights Mercantile. Stop by to shop for and try on framed glasses and sunglasses, with prescription eyewear starting at $95.
• Will Leather Goods – This family-owned company creates inspired leather bags and accessories, including briefcases, backpacks, crossbody bags, wallets, belts, travel kits and more.
C. White Oak Boulevard: 4 blocks further east past Heights Mercantile on the bike trail
White Oak Boulevard has seen a transformation in the past few years. The bustling district has some of the city’s hottest restaurants and bars, offering good vibes and a local feel, making it a totally walkable (and totally fun) experience.
Note: For the purposes of this list, the district includes White Oak spanning from Studemont to Heights Boulevard.
Play & Explore
• Black Swan Yoga – This community-driven yoga studio is donation based (suggest $10 to $20), offering 90-minute sweat sessions available to everyone.
• Greetings From Houston Mural – Snap a photo in front of this life-sized postcard from Houston muralist and artist Daniel Anguilu. The graffiti mural is located next to Gelazzi on the corner of White Oak and Harvard.
• Obsidian Theater – Across from the Greetings From Houston mural, this black box theatre serves Houston artists and the historic Heights community, offering a lineup of creative, musical, and visual performances.
Eat & Drink
• Barnaby’s – This local mini-chain is a cult favorite thanks to its colossal plates, from towering salads and burgers to comfort foods like meatloaf and buttermilk pancake stacks.
• BB’s Cafe – Get a taste of Louisiana at this bar and restaurant, located on the corner of Studewood and White Oak. Suck down crawfish (seasonal), share plates of roast beef and queso-topped Tex-Cajun fries, and dig into “maw maw’s” gumbo and fully dressed fried Gulf shrimp po’ boys.
• Bobcat Teddy’s Icehouse – The former Jimmy’s Ice House may have transformed into a chicer space, but the chill icehouse vibe remains. Stop by for cold suds and good times; and look out for daily specials, from Tuesday Steak Night to Taco & Tallboy Thursdays.
• Christian’s Tailgate – Wash 1-lb burgers and “heart attack fries” down with cheap beers at this popular local sports bar and grill.
• Coltivare – Coltivare is easily one of the most popular restaurants in Houston. From the masterminds behind Agricole Hospitality (Revival Market, Eight Row Flint, Night Heron), the Italian-inspired spot offers shareable plates, pasta, and wood-fired pies with ingredients picked straight from its garden. Reservations are not accepted, but you can always enjoy a craft cocktail in the garden to pass the time when there’s a wait (hint: there will be one).
• El Gallo de Jalisco – This unassuming Mexican café offers cheap and authentic eats, from loaded breakfast tacos to deep, rich mole.
• Golden Bagel – This new bagel spot brings tasty New York-style bagels to the Heights. Nosh on everything bagels with lox and scallion dill spread, breakfast bagel sandwiches, and fun eats like bagel dogs and pizza bagels. Hours run on weekdays from 6am to 3pm; weekends 7am to 3pm .
• JuiceLand – Stop by to enjoy energizing smoothies, juices, and plant-based grab-and-go meals.
• Little Woodrow’s – This local watering hole offers a great patio, sports games, and craft brews. On weekends, you’ll often find a food truck outside.
• Onion Creek – Experience the laidback, Hill Country vibe at this café and bar, which rocks beer, wine, and casual grub, from salads and pizzas to burgers and dogs.
• Pho Binh – Slurp some of the city’s best pho at this noodle shop and Vietnamese grill house.
• Public House – Unwind with darts and craft brews at this friendly public house.
• Revival Market – On the corner of Heights Boulevard and White Oak, this part butcher shop, part café serves up breakfast and lunch daily. Get seasonally-inspired and locally-sourced eats, from corned beef hash and hot honey butter chicken biscuits to beet burgers and hanger steak salads.
• Rita’s – Indulge in Italian ices, cream ice, custard, and gelato at this popular stop, set in the same strip as Public House and Barnaby’s.
• Ritual – With its inspiration from local farms and ranchers, Ritual offers big Texas flavor in the form of dry aged beef, loaded burgers, and fresh market salads. Visit for lunch, dinner, and brunch.
• Tacos A Go Go – Load up on street tacos stuffed with everything from chorizo, jalapeño, and egg to barbacoa and pork guisado.
Shop & Support Local
• Blue Lane Bike Lab – This local bike shop strives to take the intimidation factor out of buying, offering an array of top quality bands in a friendly atmosphere.
• Darling Way – This erotic luxury boutique offers romantic treasures, gifts, vintage books, menswear, and lingerie.
• Montrose Skate Shop – With over 35 years of experience in the “skate life,” this skate shop rocks skates and equipment, plus extensive knowledge.
A. Rutland and 19th: a quick 8 block walk/bike ride north
One of Houston’s hottest shopping districts lies on the vibrant 19th Street in the Heights. Packed with antique shops and galleries, thrift stores…

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