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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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