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91. House of Pies: A Houston landmark for decades; a place on Kirby Street to get just about any type of pie your heart desires, and a...  
92. Daily Review CafĂ©: A stylish restaurant on Lamar Street with an eclectic menu and local art exhibitions; due to its popularity, reserv...  
93. Mission Burrito: A low-key Mexican place in the Upper Kirby neighborhood, with a regular clientele and friendly service.  
94. Americas: A five-star, award-winning restaurant located in the Galleria; gourmet "New World" style cuisine.  
95. Rocket Park, The: A free, outdoor exhibit near the NASA space center where one can view the featured Saturn V rocket up close and per...  
96. Sam, The: Local nickname for "The Sam Houston Hotel" on Prairie Street, two blocks from the ballpark.  
97. Magnolia, The: A snazzy high-rise hotel close to the Convention Center, geared towards business travelers.  
98. Houston Theater District: The second largest in the country, surpassed only by Broadway.  
99. Bayou Place: A downtown complex housing several popular restaurants.  
100. Houston International Festival: A big two-weekend celebration in April, featuring food, music, and culture from around the world.  
101. METROrail: Also known as the Red Line, the Metrorail is a light rail train system which goes through downtown Houston.  
102. Hermann Park: One of the most-visited public parks in Houston, located near Rice University and the Medical Center.  
103. Sam Houston Park: A public, historical park in downtown Houston, and the city's first.  
104. Tranquility Park: A public park in downtown Houston named for and modeled after the Apollo 11 moon mission in 1969; sandwiched betwee...  
105. Houston's Tunnels: An underground network of shops and restaurants in downtown Houston.  
 
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Mr. Hill is a hilarious local comedian who does THE best impression of President Obama. You can catch his impression on YouTube during interviews with the local Milwaukee press.

Coffee laced with chicory. Rumored to have originated in New Orleans during the Civil War, when the city was under a federal blockade and could not import enough coffee, which necessitated blending...

Nickname for Jacobs Field. Jacobs Field was the name for the stadium where the Cleveland Indians play. It is currently called Progressive Field.

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Stretch of Peachtree Rd in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta that is marked by the presence of a number of large churches built close together.