Fantastic venue to see a play. Friendly staff members are everywhere. Parking at the venue is $8 to self-park and $20 to valet. There are not that many restaurants in the area however the venue does include a restaurant, which we did not eat at.
Restaurants near Hobby Center for the Performing Arts
- 10.1 mi0.1 mi from Hobby Center for the Performing Arts2 reviews
I picked up an old friend from the bus station and of course, lunch is on the agenda :) I asked Siri to find us a Cajun Restaurant in the area and she suggested this place. Inside it looks like a middle school cafeteria, but the spicy smell of Cajun is abound. I was very excited to see stewed oxtail ...
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- 30.1 mi0.1 mi from Hobby Center for the Performing Arts1 review
Probably the best sandwich place in Houston. They have brown bags waiting for you at the door, and you just fill out what you want on your sandwich. It's similar to Which Wich, but way less overwhelming. Their Jalapeno Cheddar bread is delicious and is a must try!
- 40.17 mi0.17 mi from Hobby Center for the Performing Arts1 review
I average about 1 visit a year when I'm in town on business. Compared to the time I lived in Houston (early 1980s), the downtown has come a long way in terms of hotel, restaurant, and entertainment choices. However, from a walking in Houston (almost an oxymoron) perspective, you still have to "explore" a bit. And for whatever reason we ...
- 50.16 mi0.16 mi from Hobby Center for the Performing Arts4 reviews
I have always liked the decor and theme of the Hard Rock. Lot's of interesting things to look at and people to observe. However, whatever Hard Rock I'm been whether it's been Singapore or Las Vegas, the food and service are just OK. No compaints, but no raves either. Nice Theatre District location.
- 60.21 mi0.21 mi from Hobby Center for the Performing Arts1 review
If given a coffee shop choice, I'd rather be at a local independent place (like Catalina earlier this week) or Peets. However, when your working at the Corporate Mothership and the only other choice is packet machine coffee, any Starbucks looks pretty good. Many of my colleagues agree as, "rain or shine, there's always a line". This particular Starbucks is ...
- 70.1 mi0.1 mi from Hobby Center for the Performing Arts1 review
While I'm in town on business, I manage to eat at Cabo for dinner at least once or twice a year. And I will continue to do so. I like the corner location, lounge between the first and second floor (with the cool elevator) and the upstairs (inside or outside) ambiance. It's a welcoming place to hang out with friends. ...
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- 90.85 mi0.85 mi from Hobby Center for the Performing Arts3 reviews
Dharma Cafe serves up a diverse menu ranging from sushi to pizzas and salads to pasta. Love the antipasta dharma and the seared tuna over mixed greens. The brunch buffet is fantastic, if a bit pricey.Popular withVegetarian
- 100.47 mi0.47 mi from Hobby Center for the Performing Arts2 reviews
I usually shy away from nouveau Mexican places, as I prefer my Mexican food to be, well, Mexican. If you can get over that and not think of it as tacos, you will find some interesting fare. Try the crunchy lamb tacoPopular withFoodies
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- 130.57 mi0.57 mi from Hobby Center for the Performing Arts2 reviews
I want to give a HUGE thank you to the staff at iiiforks Houston location for making November 22, 2013 an unforgettable night. With the help of your staff, My fiancé gave me a surprise engagement that was everything that I ever wanted. My fiancé informed me that the manager Manny was very instrumental in orchestrating his plan. My family ...Popular withTrendstersNightlifeFoodies
- 140.8 mi0.8 mi from Hobby Center for the Performing Arts2 reviews
Catalina Coffee caught my attention as I was touring down Washington. There was plenty of parking in back and both a front and back entrance. The ambiance is great with good woods, a chic industrial/historical look, and a relaxing and comfortable ambiance. I also enjoyed the art on the wall. My test of a good coffee shop is how well ...
- 150.4 mi0.4 mi from Hobby Center for the Performing Arts
It is a cozy place to grab breakfast if you are downtown midweek. Usually packed with working folk, this place moves at a quick pace, getting good food out very quickly. I had the crunchy honey banana oatmeal which was very filling and delicious.Popular withBudget
- 160.8 mi0.8 mi from Hobby Center for the Performing Arts2 reviews
Coco's Crepes and Coffee at one time was voted number 1 place for their crepes! I have to admit it is pretty good. They have two different types of crepes which is savory and a sweet type. My favorite is the salmon crepe! As for the sweet ones, it is hard to compare these to the fresh ones in Paris.
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- 180.49 mi0.49 mi from Hobby Center for the Performing Arts1 review
Lovely and chic.Popular withBusinessTrendstersFoodies
- 190.99 mi0.99 mi from Hobby Center for the Performing Arts
Lucio’s BYOB & Grill is a New American inspired BYOB, located on Taft Street near the heart of Houston. Owner John Sjoberg, and chef Brett Maesch and his team prepare a menu focused on the season, respecting French traditions along with classic and modern techniques to build a dining experience that evokes entertainment, excitement, and satisfaction. We love the charming ...
- 200.97 mi0.97 mi from Hobby Center for the Performing Arts
The Pass and Provisions are actually two restaurants under the same roof. Provisions, is an a la carte menu restaurant. The Pass, is a fixed-course menu. The Pass is, in my opinion, the best restaurant in Houston. It is one of the few that focuses on modernist techniques, without getting too crazy. It experiments a lot with unorthodox ingredients, combinations, ...Popular withFoodiesLuxury