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Review for Anvil Bar & Refuge by Nicholas
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One of the best cocktail bars in Houston and definitely the best place to drink in Montrose
Review for Barbarella Houston by Nicholas
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Definitely the best dance club in Houston! Always a classic club experience when you hit Barbarella
Review for Guadalajara Del Centro by Matthew
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Strong chain of restaurants with excellent quality meals and service.
Review for Oishii Restaurant by Matthew
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Casual space with very fresh and tasty seafood and friendly staff.
Review for Brenner's on the Bayou by Danielle
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Definitely one of the best steakhouses in Houston. Expect the best of everything, and they definitely do! The room is cozy and has kept its historical style. There is view of a unique garden with waterfalls and ponds. The service is professional, friendly and fast.
Review for The Pit Room by Danielle
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Great food, always a line out the door!
Pros: Has some of the best BBQ meats in a very competitive BBQ town.

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Formerly known as the city of Dumont, South Houston incorporated as a city in 1913. About 16,000 people call South Houston home. It began as a farm town, shipping produce on local rail lines, but that industry was all but destroyed by the hurricane of 1915. The development of the Houston Ship Channel helped create manufacturing industries in the South Houston area.

Located to the southwest, William P. Hobby Airport serves the area. Southwest Airlines uses the airport as a hub, and flights are also available from AirTran, American Airlines, Delta, and jetBlue.

A nearby 12,000 acre historic site commemorates the Battle of San Jacinto, fought at the end of the Texas Revolution. Texas forces, led by General Sam Houston, defeated Santa Anna's Mexican forces and achieved Texas' independence. Every year in April, a San Jacinto Day festival is held at the site, including a re-enactment of the 18-minute battle.

Heading south on Interstate 45 brings visitors to the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center. NASA's center for spaceflight. Astronauts from the United States and abroad are trained at Johnson Space Center. It is also the home of Mission Control, the control center that coordinates spaceflight missions for the United States. Visitors can tour Space Center Houston, which offers a tour of the Space Center.

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