Plan your Houston Valentine’s Day dinner and make your reservations now to take advantage of special menus and entertainment at some of the most popular spots in Houston on the most popular date night of the year.
Some notable stops in the area include The Chocolate Bar (as featured on a few years back), Tinys No.
: Japan’s equivalent to America’s flappers, they were women who followed westernized fashions and lifestyles in the 1920s, often sexually liberated and financially and emotionally independent jazz lovers.
After album rock station KILT-FM flipped to country in 1981, the station saw fierce competition throughout the 1980s and early 1990s from the KILT combo.
More competition came when KKBQ switched from easy country to a top 40 country approach in 1992.
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Parking is somewhat limited in the area (street parking is available if you can find it), but there are also two garages and most places will validate parking – all you have to do is ask.
Rice Village is also the closest shopping district to downtown Houston and has remained one of the most visited and beloved spots in Houston dating back to the 1930’s.
It’s a classy modern American drinking den in some ways, with a notable Japanese twist and, again, parchment.
The pedigree: You’ve got a Milk & Honey vet at the drinks helm, and a Saka Mai chef in the kitchen.
KKHH ("95.7 The Spot") is an adult hits radio station in Houston, Texas, broadcasting at 95.7 MHz, under the ownership of CBS Radio.