Happy Wednesday Friends! I hope you are having a good week so far! It's a double travel post week, and back to Houston! :)
We spent our first day trying yummy restaurants and exploring Montrose. Hilde recommended Montrose to us, it's a fabulously funky part of town filled with antique stores, thrift stores, and little boutiques. There was a lot of street art as well which was super fun!
Eat: Bob's Burger Bus, Ninfa's on Navigation, Fat Cat Creamery, Common Ground Coffee and Pastries.
See: Montrose. Street art. Gorgeous decor at Ninfa's on Navigation.
Shop: Montrose shops, my favorite was called Space, (here's a nice post about it)!
Do: Try the food, explore the neighborhoods, look at the street art and shop!
Favorites: There was some super fabulous street art here in Montrose! The macarons were exceptional - such fun flavors as well! Fat Cat Creamery. How cute!!
New Experiences: Casis Macarons, Seeing Houston & Montrose, visiting a restaurant that used to be a food truck, navigating the crazypants traffic of Houston. (& the construction getting there from Galveston).
Random Tip: The street art in Montrose is incredible as a backdrop for your outfit photos, etc. Also, you can get alcoholic ice cream at Fat Cat!
Anybody else love street art?
Have you been anywhere in the US that has a strong cultural influence from another country?
Am I the only one who thinks the idea of mermaids is really cool... ? - yeah? That's ok! :P
More Posts From This Trip: Snapshots of Road to Houston, Snapshots of Galveston, Snapshots of Houston Day 2, Snapshots of the Road Home from Houston.
We also visited Texas (Ft. Worth, Austin, Corpus Christi, Kyle, and San Antonio) in 2012. And in 2013 we visited Garland and Amarillo. But we've never been to "East Texis" - as Sheldon Cooper would say. So we had lots of fun exploring this area! A mini gulf trip!