Houston, Texas is a peculiar city, rather than places of business at the tip of the tongue, street names and corners roll out like bowling balls. We are providing you with a treasure that lists trails were women flock in droves. In the energy capitol there is something to do at museums, cafes, theatres, and clubs.
The first place to meet an artsy chick is at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, located on the historic art stroll Montrose Boulevard. Once inside and you see her, step up to the plate and start talking about the artwork. Sign-up for different gatherings hosted by the museum, and purchase a nice gift for the new woman you just met.
Want to have a nice cup of coffee, well the Agora Cafe, located on Weistheimer is just the venue. It typically hosts a lively group of women ready to dissect your intelligence. They have an array of beers, wines, and coffees that will keep the conversation going all night long. Added bonuses include space, and free Wi-Fi. If you are like most people who visit, or live in Houston, food is on the mind consistently.
On the weekends, women trek to Travis Street, and walk through the doors of the Breakfast Klub.The atmosphere provides southern hospitality, delicious food, and sure to be a great spot for a date. Around the corner, we have just the place to conjure a side conversation.
Discovery Green is in the heart of downtown Houston and a spectacular place to meet that special person on any occasion. The green park has an array of activities for couples and kosher eateries. Next stroll over to Congress Street and check out the Red Jazz Cafe, listen to good music, order entrees, and hold a conversation with a new socialite.
Rather dance instead, head over to the M Bar on Main Street. They have great drinks, plenty of single women, and a music blasting all through the night.
If you are the laid-back type, there are places to meet women who like to chill as well. While downtown, ride over to one of three independent film centers in The United States, the Angelika Film Center on Texas Street. Want to see nature from a different perspective then it is time to get back on the road.
Drive out to Galveston Beach, and take a new friend on the ferryboat. After watching, and riding the waves, head back to the city.
Experience culture in Freedmon's Town--Fourth Ward Houston Public Library: The African-American Library at The Gregory School. The library recently had its grand opening to the public.
Lastly travel to The Heights historic district and visit the Bayou Bend. Catch a glimpse of southern/eastern folklore in the mansion. Be sure to have a camera with you to get beautiful shots of that unexpected someone in the gardens.
The lovely-lady view of Houston boasts potential, the places of destination provided in this treasure could last a lifetime, provided you follow the trail.