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Houston Continues to Take Off

From NASA to aerospace to Fortune 500 companies and the world’s largest medical center, Houston is a hub of innovation, technology, and great minds. What better reason to visit? Well, there are a few. In addition to the thriving business community, visitors flock here for arts and dining, pro sports, and an expanse of green landscapes. If you haven’t already, here are more reasons to book a Surf Air flight to Houston pronto.

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Houston Continues to Take Off

From NASA to aerospace to Fortune 500 companies and the world’s largest medical center, Houston is a hub of innovation, technology, and great minds. What better reason to visit? Well, there are a few. In addition to the thriving business community, visitors flock here for arts and dining, pro sports, and an expanse of green landscapes. If you haven’t already, here are more reasons to book a Surf Air flight to Houston pronto.

STAY

Amidst the Museum of Fine Arts and the Contemporary Arts Museum is Surf Air-approved Hotel ZaZa. Aside from the unbeatable location, the hotel’s spacious guest rooms offer spectacular views. Step out onto your balcony and gaze upon Hermann Park, Rice University, or the downtown skyline (depending on where your room is). Dine at the award-winning Monarch bistro, or unwind at the hotel’s on-site day spa.

Images courtesy of Hotel Zaza

EAT

For a Houston favorite that tells a unique story of its surroundings, try Underbelly. The mastermind behind this Montrose gem, Chef Chris Shepherd, sources some of the best Gulf seafood and local produce while concocting lots of (as the name would suggest) pork-based recipes. The dinner menu recalls Houston as the “new American Creole city of the South”, and features items like crispy pig ears, lump crab gratin, and Korean braised goat.

Images courtesy of Underbelly

DRINK

If you’ve ever heard of The Pastry War, it’s likely for one of two reasons. Either you’re versed in French-Mexican history and a battle involving a pastry chef, or you’ve saddled up to a Houston mezcaleria of the same name. The Pastry War in downtown specializes in agave spirits and a folk-y ambiance. Choose from an array of tequila and mezcal options while snacking on queso dip and tamales.

Images courtesy of The Pastry War

DO

Space travel has a lasting mark on Houston, and so does James Turrell’s latest work of art “Twilight Epiphany”, located in the Suzanne Deal Booth Centennial Pavilion at Rice University. The glowing slab stands parallel to the earth and sky like a mesmerizing alien invitation. Colored lights transform the space at dawn and dusk. If you can, catch a concert here (Shepherd School of Music is right next door).

Images courtesy of Twilight Epiphany