828 Mercury Drive
Houston, TX 77013
Phone: (713) 673-4200
Fax: (713) 674-6913
828 Mercury Drive , Houston, TX, US, 77013
- Téléphone : (713) 673-4200
- Télécopie : (713) 674-6913
Visit Shiloh Printing company and treat yourself to something special. This place produces excellent Christian books, Bibles, videos, music, gifts and dozens of other spiritually-based celebration items. It is great when you want to enjoy a peaceful feeling when shopping with family and friends. On the lighter side, the inventory also includes T-shirts, greeting cards, cherubs, precious collectibles and even computer software. Children will love the Ashton Drake dolls, TY beanie babies and the beautiful Seraphim angels.
If you adore Mexican pastries, this little shop will satisfy your craving. Located on the East End, it is run by two sisters who spend a lot of time and effort baking up the finest homemade breads, cookies and sweets. They also cook wonderful biscuits, gorditas and breakfast tortas if you are in the mood for something a bit more filling.
Formerly Gulfgate Mall, this shopping center has over 50 businesses with something for everyone. Most types of stores are represented and you will find restaurants, clothing, shoes, jewelry and a bank. Featured merchants include Home Depot, Office Depot, What-a-Burger, Lowes, Old Navy, and Foot Locker. Check out the many new restaurants and shops.
It has been a long smooth ride for Stubbs Cycles that opened for business in 1964. It offers a large inventory of new and used motorcycles manufactured by Honda and Suzuki. Those who are interested in souped-up water sports will also enjoy the line of watercraft that includes Victory by Polaris. A wide selection of ATVs is also available. There are two locations to serve you, and financing and insurance are available to help the cost ride a little easier.
The downtown area of Houston has been the center of action for a long time. Whether shopping, culture, history, or entertainment, downtown Houston is a vibrant part of the city. Walking along the well-planned, square blocks in this area that make up the blueprint of the streets, you will amaze at the array of sights and attractions that unfold in front of you. The beautiful architecture of iconic buildings like the Bank of America Center or the JP Morgan Chase Tower is impressive, and the charm of the Old Market Square Park will tempt you to stay a while. So, do plan a visit to downtown Houston to discover all that has made this city so loved.
Downtown Houston's tunnels comprise a multi million-dollar system that gives new meaning to the term "underground." Those who venture beneath the city will be delighted at what they find hidden there. Restaurants, gift shops, and more fun spots line the corridors. The temperature below is always pleasant and allows the busy people of downtown to navigate in comfort, regardless of the season. Major buildings that are connected by the tunnel system include One Allen Center, One Shell Plaza, Alley Theatre and Wortham Center. If you are not familiar with the layout, you might want to pick up a tunnel map, or take a guided tour offered by several tour operators.
If you have been looking for a place to combine leisure and entertainment, then head straight to Houston Pavilions, which holds a host of shopping, dining and entertainment options. This is a perfect spot for spending a day looking around the shops and satisfying your taste buds at the innumerable restaurants available at the venue. If you are visiting Houston, then this place is definitely not worth a miss. For further details, please check the website.
This little shop caters to downtown shoppers who are on the run. It is the perfect spot to find a card for a loved one or co-worker. Stop by and pick up a candy bar to carry you through one of those dreary afternoon office meetings. The store also offers a number of magazines, knick-knacks, soft drinks, stationery and other office supplies.
This unique boutique is all about catering to the urban style-makers who never miss an opportunity to put their individuality and creativity out there for others to embrace, reject or ignore. This store carries the most exclusive lines and limited editions of sneakers by Converse, Puma, Adidas, Onitsuka Tiger, Reebok, Nike and Vans. Don't worry about coordinating with the shoes--Tipping Point also carries clothing. Just want to browse? They also have books, art and music. You can also choose to attend one of their many events supporting local non-profits.
Stop at Pitt's & Spitt's for the best of grills, smokers and pits. The use of high grade materials and innovative designs keep the customers coming back for more. All their items are highly recommended by all and are used for competitions and championships. Renowned chef Adam Perry Lang has hailed the smokers as his favorite in Food and Wine Magazine. You are sure to get your steaks done right if Pitt's is one of the ingredients. Check out their website for more details.
Remember those toy trains that circled round and round the miniature track, blowing their whistles and emitting real puffs of smoke? Now you can re-create this scene for your children or for your own enjoyment. Lionel Train Exchange offers an amazing and constantly changing inventory of vintage trains. Look for the New Haven, Rio Grande F-3, steam locomotive, 1957 Super 'O set or the Semaphore, with or without the Mexican export decal. If you do not find what you are looking for on the first visit, simply try again at a later time.
There are several locations in the city, but this one is the largest and offers the most to customers. Huge selections of liquor are available, including specialty beers, wines from 30 different countries and any exotic liquor you can imagine. This location also has a huge deli and fine foods section that stocks specialty items like caviar, cheeses from around the world, exotic olive oils, blended coffees and lots of varieties of chocolate. The cigar section has over 500 selections in the walk-in humidor. Be sure and grab smoking accessories and gifts to go along with it.