Listings in EaDo (East Downtown) and Galveston
Master macaron bakers Sandy Tran and Anne Le decided to open an "internet cafe - bakery - coffee shop" which is actually a fabulous restaurant in an emerging hip neighborhood, East Downtown or "EaDo." Come for coffee, stay for the food and ambiance.
2001 Commerce Street
EaDo (East Downtown), Houston 77002
Museum that acquires, maintains, displays, and operates historically significant aircraft. Mostly military aircraft. Flight experiences available beginning at $250 for 35 minutes. Aircraft on view plus historical exhibits. Gift shop.
2002 Terminal Dr
Galveston, Houston 77554
Recycling for arts & crafts. Targeting artists and arts teachers, Art Asylum assembles materials, antiques and junk that can be repurposed in making art and in practicing crafts. Waste management through creative reuse. See schedule to make donations
1719 Live Oak
EaDo (East Downtown), Houston 77003
A retired jackup drilling rig in Galveston bay, refurbished as a museum, education center. Exhibits on the exploration and production industry's history. Scale models and actual equipment, including remotely-operated vehicles. Roam the drill floor.
Pier 19, Galveston
Galveston, Houston 77550