Don't rely on directory on the neon light fixture strategically planted at the corner and in the heart of the Theater District. While it may a superb job conveying the dynamism of Downtown boosters, and enhance the night-time visual appeal, it is a tad out of date.
Bars and Restaurants at Bayou Place (according to Lone Star directory listing):
The Blue Fish
Samba Grille is gone, but it still featured on the sign.
Updates are also needed for more recent wining and dining additions: Napoli Pizza moved in not long ago, and a new wine tasting room -- oops wine cellar -- has also opened.
As an aside, does anyone even remember that this was the Albert Thomas Convention Center, and that the former congressman's office -- a display suitable for a window-shopping-type museum visit - is still hidden in an alcove inside the complex?
|The Office of former Congressman Albert Thomas museum display|
at Bayou Place in Houston's Central Biz District
|Bayou Place with Lone Star Logo - South facade with tip of Lyric Centre office tower behind it |
The Samba Grille is now history
|Bayou Place location on the Downtown Map (satellite view of NW corner of Downtown Houston / I-45 bypass)|