Listings in EaDo (East Downtown) and Pearland
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
Ronnie Killen had his first barbecue joint by age 23, but left Houston for Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Institute in London, graduating first in his class. He returned to Houston in 2003 and now has three popular restaurants in the suburb of Pearland.
3613 E. Broadway
Pearland, Houston 77581
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