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1. Pappasito's: Pappasito's Cantina, a popular and sometimes crowded Houston chain restaurant that serves passable Tex-Mex fare.  
2. Quiosco: A gazebo-type structure with concrete columns built to resemble tree trunks  
3. Texas' Tallest Fraternity: This was the alternate nickname for the "Phi Slama Jama" University of Houston Cougars basketball team from 1982 to...  
4. Pandulce: A Mexican pastry that comes in many flavors, including peppermint.  
5. Driving Etiquette: Stay to the right if driving at or below the speed limit, since people in the spread-out city of Houston drive fast...  
6. Chopped and Screwed: A slower version of Southern hip hop that includes techniques like beat skips and record scratches, originating in ...  
7. Washateria: This isn't actually Spanish, and isn't pronounced as such. It's actually an old Southern word for laundromat and it...  
8. Yous Ton: Southern vernacular pronunciation of Houston.  
9. NASA: NASA Johnson Space Center (think "Houston, we have a problem…") is open to visitors (bit a bit pricey-see the nearb...  
10. Galleria: located in the city’s Uptown, the Galleria is the largest shopping complex in the state and one of the largest in t...  
11. Star Bock Beer: A popular and locally brewed and distributed beer.  
12. Herman Park: Located within walking distance from downtown Houston, Herman Park is one of the city’s most visited parks and incl...  
13. George Brown Convention Center: On the east side of downtown Houston, the convention center is home to events including the gun show to dog shows.  
14. Splashtown: A water park located north of Houston.  
15. Sam Houston Race Park: A horse racing track located in northwest Houston, when it opened it was the first track of its kind built in the s...  
 
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