I attended the Heights Home Tour yesterday, which showcased six homes. My favorite was a new home built in a traditional style – meaning, nice decorative woodwork, granite countertops, hardwood floors, tile in bathrooms, no mid-century modern looks (which were popular in many of the other homes). 177 more words
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My first and second visits to this Heights coffee/ brunch/ bar/ cafe fusion were spread out between the past 2 years. Each occurrence involved fried chicken consumption, good company, and a chill/ welcoming environment with very knowledgeable and ((most importantly)) down-to-earth staff. 387 more words
The week brings the weekend.
The weekend brings Sunday.
And Sunday brings brunch.
This week’s brunch brought us to Zelko Bistro in the Heights. It’s an adorable little place rocking that modern-rustic decor–think clean white walls with wood paneling ceiling and black and white photographs lining the walls. 574 more words
We are honored that one of our founders, Mike Dishberger, was recognized for leading one of the top 100 fastest growing companies owned by a University of Houston Alumni. 81 more words
It’s hard to believe that in the 70s the Houston Heights was considered to be a low income area of the city. The area has experienced a “gentrification” since about 1990 and today it is one of the spots to be for young highly paid Houston professionals. 404 more words