You can always expect great things from the Memorial District, and our newest demographics survey showcases how wonderful our community can be, especially for businesses. Check out our blog to learn more.
Are you still searching for the perfect Labor Day plans? Look no further than the Memorial District. We have the entertainment, events, restaurants and shops you want most. Click here to see excellent ways to take a break and have some much-needed rest and relaxation during the three-day weekend.
We are delighted to welcome Postino Wine Café and its unique dining experience and menu to Town and Country Village. Postino Wine Café has something for you, whether you want charcuterie boards and Chardonnay under chandeliers or coffee and a Crème Brulee on the patio. Learn more on our blog. 📸 Postino Wine Café
See a movie on the silver screen at your favorite cinema or on a big screen in an outdoor space with family and friends in the Memorial District. Click here to learn about our cinema spaces and see some of the movies we look forward to seeing as summer shifts into autumn.
The Memorial District makes back-to-school season a breeze. Our shops have great finds to ensure your family has a smooth transition from summer to fall. Get your students ready for the new school year with help from stores in our community and ideas on our blog.
The Fifth Annual Artumn Festival by CITYCENTRE and Arts by Aaron will showcase Houston's diverse artists on Saturday, October 23, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and again on Sunday, October 24, from 12 to 6 p.m. If you would like to register to become a sponsor or vendor for the event, please contact email@example.com to learn more. 📸 CITYCENTRE
Enjoy unforgettable performances from the 2021 season at Queensbury Theatre, including "Tea at Five" from September 24 to October 10. This one-woman show shares a glimpse into the life of Academy Award-winning actress Katherine Hepburn. Then, from December 3 to 19, look for "Elf: the Musical" to ring in the holiday season. 📸 Queensbury Theatre
Attend the Susan G. Komen Hope Car Parade starting at 8 a.m. on Saturday, September 18, for a car parade through CITYCENTRE that celebrates cancer survivors and supports and honors people currently battling cancer. Afterward, visit the Plaza to see the memorial wall and flags representing loved ones lost to cancer. 📸 Susan G. Komen
Remember to get over to your favorite Memorial District restaurant for Houston Restaurant Weeks before the event ends on Labor Day. The event benefits the Houston Food Bank. Restaurants that participate offer set menus, and the proceeds of each meal will cover donations of $1 to $5 for the Houston Food Bank. 📸 Houston Restaurant Weeks
How well do you know the Memorial District? Try our crossword puzzle to find out!
4 Memorial City Mall is this organization's largest development.
5 Ice cream lovers, check out this cool new spot at 801 Town & Country Boulevard.
1 Ride the District with Houston B Cycle, located near this apartment complex.
2 The dragon mascot of Memorial City Mall goes by this name.
3 This hotel in CITYCENTRE was formerly known as Hotel Sorella.