EADO at a Glance

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Kathlyn Curtis

EADO

East of downtown is a happening area for creative and corporate types who enjoy the skyscraper views and numerous entertainment options, from sports watching to barhopping.

Kathlyn Curtis

EADO

@St. Emanuel

On the Pitch: BBVA Compass Stadium is home to the Houston Dynamo and Dash soccer teams. The stadium also hosts traveling exhibition matches and the occasional concert. For American football fans, the Texas Southern University Tigers kick off their season in September. For pre-game festivities, Lucky’s Pub and Little Woodrow’s are crowd favorites.

Morning to Night: Get your caffeine and pastry fix in the morning at AHH, Coffee!. Enjoy homemade Vietnamese cuisine at Huynh Restaurant Monday through Saturday. Catch a show at Warehouse Live with a calendar full of live music, comedy and other events.

Fido’s Fix: The Green Bone offers daycare and boarding, along with a bakery offering all- natural treats. The Columbia Tap Hike-and-Bike Trail runs through EADO following the old Union Pacific Railroad so you and your pooch can enjoy the great outdoors.

@I-45

Street Art: Pose in front of the EADO postcard-style mural to show off your new neighborhood to friends and family. More murals from local artists can be found decorating the Texas Art Asylum. Pop inside this quirky warehouse filled with craft and art supplies for DIY inspiration.

Get Fit: Keep count of your reps at EADO Crossfit and strike a warrior pose next door at EADO Yoga, both offering classes for all levels. Walk the grounds at Pien Hou Temple for a meditation break.

Galveston Getaway:  EADO’s easy access to I-45 allows for a daytrip to the Strand or a long weekend at the beach.

@Polk 

Gr8 Beer: 8th Wonder Brewery opens its taproom to the public 7 days a week with a food truck on premises and a calendar full of events. Outside food is welcomed so pick up a Po’boy at the Cajun Stop or bring a Bahn Mi from Café TH to pair with your brews.

Trick or Treat: Frankel’s Costume has been outfitting Halloween and Mardi Gras revelers for over 60 years along with festive home and yard décor for the holidays.

@Downtown Destinations

Discovery Green: A 12acre urban park featuring a free concert and movie series; exercise and dance classes; and a splash fountain in the summer and an ice-rink in the winter. There is fun for the whole family with a playground and dog runs. Pick up a picnic at Phonecia Specialty Foods or groceries for dining at home. The treetop patio at The Grove is a scenic spot for drinks or enjoying their Sundown at The Grove craft beer series, pairing a brewery with local bites.

Minute Maid Park: Root for the home team while the Houston Astros are having a banner season. Plan for a Friday night outing and to take in the sunset from the seats and enjoy a post-game fireworks display.

@East End

Navigation Blvd: The neighboring East End area is ground zero for breakfast tacos and Tex-Mex. For a sit down meal and margaritas, visit The Original Ninfa’s or El Tiempo next door. For dine in or take away, try Villa Arcos and Brothers Taco House.  The Esplanade is home to a farmer’s market every Sunday from 10 am to 2 pm. Pick up macarons and truffles from the bakery at Tout Suite for your next party.

For more information on Houston neighborhoods and home values, please contact Kathlyn at kat@whyilovehouston.com.

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EADO at a Glance

Content provided by Trip Chandler and presented by

Content provided by Trip Chandler and presented by

Kathlyn Curtis

EADO

East of downtown is a happening area for creative and corporate types who enjoy the skyscraper views and numerous entertainment options, from sports watching to barhopping.

Kathlyn Curtis

EADO

@St. Emanuel

On the Pitch: BBVA Compass Stadium is home to the Houston Dynamo and Dash soccer teams. The stadium also hosts traveling exhibition matches and the occasional concert. For American football fans, the Texas Southern University Tigers kick off their season in September. For pre-game festivities, Lucky’s Pub and Little Woodrow’s are crowd favorites.

Morning to Night: Get your caffeine and pastry fix in the morning at AHH, Coffee!. Enjoy homemade Vietnamese cuisine at Huynh Restaurant Monday through Saturday. Catch a show at Warehouse Live with a calendar full of live music, comedy and other events.

Fido’s Fix: The Green Bone offers daycare and boarding, along with a bakery offering all- natural treats. The Columbia Tap Hike-and-Bike Trail runs through EADO following the old Union Pacific Railroad so you and your pooch can enjoy the great outdoors.

@I-45

Street Art: Pose in front of the EADO postcard-style mural to show off your new neighborhood to friends and family. More murals from local artists can be found decorating the Texas Art Asylum. Pop inside this quirky warehouse filled with craft and art supplies for DIY inspiration.

Get Fit: Keep count of your reps at EADO Crossfit and strike a warrior pose next door at EADO Yoga, both offering classes for all levels. Walk the grounds at Pien Hou Temple for a meditation break.

Galveston Getaway:  EADO’s easy access to I-45 allows for a daytrip to the Strand or a long weekend at the beach.

@Polk 

Gr8 Beer: 8th Wonder Brewery opens its taproom to the public 7 days a week with a food truck on premises and a calendar full of events. Outside food is welcomed so pick up a Po’boy at the Cajun Stop or bring a Bahn Mi from Café TH to pair with your brews.

Trick or Treat: Frankel’s Costume has been outfitting Halloween and Mardi Gras revelers for over 60 years along with festive home and yard décor for the holidays.

@Downtown Destinations

Discovery Green: A 12acre urban park featuring a free concert and movie series; exercise and dance classes; and a splash fountain in the summer and an ice-rink in the winter. There is fun for the whole family with a playground and dog runs. Pick up a picnic at Phonecia Specialty Foods or groceries for dining at home. The treetop patio at The Grove is a scenic spot for drinks or enjoying their Sundown at The Grove craft beer series, pairing a brewery with local bites.

Minute Maid Park: Root for the home team while the Houston Astros are having a banner season. Plan for a Friday night outing and to take in the sunset from the seats and enjoy a post-game fireworks display.

@East End

Navigation Blvd: The neighboring East End area is ground zero for breakfast tacos and Tex-Mex. For a sit down meal and margaritas, visit The Original Ninfa’s or El Tiempo next door. For dine in or take away, try Villa Arcos and Brothers Taco House.  The Esplanade is home to a farmer’s market every Sunday from 10 am to 2 pm. Pick up macarons and truffles from the bakery at Tout Suite for your next party.

For more information on Houston neighborhoods and home values, please contact Kathlyn at kat@whyilovehouston.com.

Or to download this page (with links), please click here.  

Content provided by www.tripchandler.com

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