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Houston/EaDo-East End

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EaDo (short for "East Downtown") and East End are two historic districts located just east of downtown Houston.

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  • Houston Ship Channel Boat Tour, [1]. 10:30 and 2:30 Tu, We, Fr, Sa, 2:30 Th and Su.. See one of the busiest ports in the world. Advance reservations required. Free, reservations required..  edit

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  • Kanomwan, 736 1/2 Telephone Rd, 713-923-4236. Wonderful Thai restaurant in historic 3rd Ward; home of the "Thai Nazi" (a la "Seinfeld").  edit
  • Kim Son, 2001 Jefferson, (713) 222-2461, [2]. One of Houston's best Vietnamese restaurants. They also serve a wide variety of Chinese dishes as well such as dim sum, and they have several other locations in town.  edit
  • Original Ninfa's on Navigation, 2704 Navigation Blvd, 713-228-1175, [3]. An old and popular standby founded in 1973 by Maria Ninfa Rodriguez Laurenzo that serves both Tex-Mex and Mexican cuisine. This restaurant is widely credited with popularizing the fajita among Houstonians. Many celebrities including Aerosmith, George H.W. Bush, Michael Douglas, John Travolta, and ZZ Top ate at Ninfa's.  edit
  • Andes Cafe, 2311 Canal St Ste 104, (832) 659-0063, [4]. Restaurant serving cuisine from Venezuela, Colombia, and Peru. They also have Tango nights on Thursdays.  edit
  • Mercedes Mexican Food, 3326 Canal St.. A very good Mexican take out restaurant located inside a Texaco gas station. Be sure to try the red-chile enchilada stuffed with stout picadillo,  edit


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  • Super Happy Fun Land [5] is Houston's venue for experimental electronic music, underground jazz, and outsider art!
  • Moon Tower Inn, 3004 Canal St, (832) 266-0105. 6pm-2am. Dive bar located in Houston's East End known for their hot dogs and burgers.  edit
  • Voodoo Queen, 322 Milby St, (713) 555-5666. 6pm-2am. Dive bar located in Houston's East End. They have a jukebox on the side and tables throughout and they have a pretty big cocktail menu.  edit
  • Lucky's Pub, 801 St. Emanuel, (713) 522-2010, [6]. This sports bar is quite large and offers plenty of room for you and a large group of friends to go and watch your favorite sporting events. Anytime a Houston team is playing, this place gets packed with fans. They have plenty of beer on tap. Their food is also not bad for a sports bar.  edit
  • Little Woodrows, 2019 Walker St., (713) 222-2224, [7]. While the Little Woodrows name isn't new to the city (there are multiple Little Woodrows around the city with Big Woodrows aka the motheship being located in Uptown) it is new to this area of town and its opening marks the rebirth of this part of downtown. With a wide selection of beer and an excellent patio, this is a great place to go with friends to enjoy a cool autumn night.  edit

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