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Nights to Next Level:
With access to Houston’s prestigious Uptown/Post Oak area, Omni Houston Hotel is a natural choice for any getaway in the city. The prime location makes it easy for guests to get a feel for the city and experience all the activities, entertainment venues and history. Omni Houston Hotel is located near Buffalo Bayou, a river dating back 18,000 years ago that cuts through the heart of Harris County, and Memorial Park, one of the largest urban parks in the U.S.. If you’re ready to make the absolute most of your stay in Houston, read on for our two-day itinerary highlighting the city’s best food, nightlife and more.
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In the afternoon, check out Houston's robust and unique art scene. Nearby Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens is the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston’s home museum for American paintings and decorative arts and boasts one of the best collections of American silver and ceramics. You can also check out the museum in general for cool exhibits like “Colors of the Oasis: Central Asian Ikats” and a showcase of Ron Mueck’s work.
The convenient (and tasty) choice for lunch is MF Sushi. Try the king salmon sashimi or wagyu beef—or, if you’re brave, the live uni. Another option is Lucille’s, also located in the Museum District. Expect Southern classics like shrimp and grits and fried green tomatoes at this cozy eatery.
If you’re interested in open-air art, head over to James Turrell’s “Twilight Epiphany” skyspace at the Suzanne Deal Booth Centennial Pavilion located on the Rice University Campus. This special exhibit puts on a unique light show and accommodates 120 people under its shelter—in fact, it’s frequently used as a live entertainment venue and practice space for local music students.
Get in some shopping at The Galleria, Houston’s upscale shopping center with boutiques like Allsaints, Bottega Veneta and Louis Vuitton all available for your perusal. This year alone, 35 new shops are still to come. For breakfast, try brunch at Peli Peli, also located at The Galleria. Their South African deep-fried waffles and prawn cake benedicts are sure to whet your appetite.
Or skip the shopping and visit the Houston Zoo, a 55-acre space with exhibits running the gamut from African species to reptiles and amphibians. Kids will especially love the zoo’s up-close exhibits, like clear tunnels that run through the piranha tank. For breakfast, head to The Breakfast Klub, one of the city’s most highly-rated eateries. The omelets are a favorite, as are the waffles and wings.
If you want to explore out in the sun, head over to Hermann Park Conservancy, which offers pedal boats to rent and a small train that’ll delight any kids you have in tow. The McGovern Centennial Gardens & Cherie Flores Garden Pavilion is also a must-see. If you’re already at the park, lunch at its Pinewood Café is a natural choice. Grab a wrap or fresh salad and eat alfresco.
Or check out the Menil Collection, a campus full of art by the likes of Cy Twombly and Dan Flavin, among other creators. This carefully curated collection is an absolute must for any art lovers visiting the city, and even those not as interested in art are sure to find pieces that speak to them.
After soaking in fine art, try out Bistro Menil, the space’s eatery. Main entrees include crisp duck confit, shrimp zucchini pasta and seared tuna. A variety of pizzas and galettes are also on hand.
For dinner, Kitchen 713 is another great supper choice. There’s nothing like elevated soul food to round out your getaway—try the shrimp and grits or chicken gumbo.
Finish your trip with some live music. The Continental Club frequently hosts bands of all musical genres and even boasts karaoke if you’d like to take to the stage yourself. The Nightingale Room is another popular venue. This chic space frequently boasts the best DJs in Houston and overall has one of the coolest vibes in the city.
Check out the Space Center Houston, a one-of-a-kind experience where you can view lunar samples and moon rocks and learn all about space travel. One of the most popular attractions in Houston, it attracts the most international visitors of any spot in the city. Guests can even go behind the scenes for a look at NASA Johnson Space Center, the home of NASA Mission Control and the International Space Station Mission Control.
Or, if you’re in the city at the right time, check out rockets of a different kind and experience a Houston Rockets game at the Toyota Center and help Houstonians cheer on their home team.
The Omni Houston Hotel concierge team contributed to this article.