Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Airport
9821 West FM 1960 Bus. Rd.
Humble, TX 77338
Phone: (281) 548-2900
Fax: (281) 540-2224
Bars et cafés
Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
This barbecue restaurant may not be a gourmet's delight. But miss a flight or leave a loved one and the place quickly becomes a haven for comfort food. The menu features ribs, turkey wings, oxtails, salads, sandwiches, set-lunches and homemade desserts. Also expect generous portions and prompt service. Check out the website to get a load of the other locations of Harlon's Bar-B-Que.
Hell 'N High Water Studios is a quintessential Texan saloon as well as a recording studio housed under one roof. Select a chilled beer from their comprehensive list of spirits and enjoy live music by regional and touring artists. Equipped with a cutting-edge sound and light system, their stage has been graced by The Mighty Orq, Mark Jones and Twenty Paces. In addition, this place records episodes of the television production Texas Roadhouse Live.
At airports, snack choices are often limited, especially for nutrition-conscious and dieting folks. Terminal A In Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) looks particularly bleak for pre-flight refreshments. However, The Grove's got you covered. From freshly bottled pure juice drinks to a sizable variety of yogurt flavors, protein-packed nuts, and gummy fruit candies, The Grove prides itself on their food and drinks being all natural, keeping you feeling your best throughout your day of travel. After all, it's not like you'll be burning off any calories while waiting to land. -Adam Rosen
Located in the heart of Humble, on the popular West Lake Houston Parkway, the Rock, Wine & Blues is a local pub, bar and lounge. All dressed in blue, the place is one cozy hang out spot. The place is decorated with excellent furniture, leather couches, pool tables and a spacious bar. Locals drop by to spend their evenings in a fun fabulous way, while they sip on their drinks, listen to the music or just laze around the pool tables. The Rock, Wine & Blues is also noted for the brilliant events line-up it features, wherein local performers take to the stage on regular weeknights. For a glimpse of their menu and to check out upcoming schedule of events, check their website.
Don't let the name fool you. Crapitto's Cucina Italiana is a family owned restaurant in a wonderful, 75-year old converted farmhouse tucked away under a few lovely live oaks on a side street near the Galleria. They don't put on airs here. They simply provide impeccable, unobtrusive service, in a warren of cozy dining areas (including a delightful outdoor patio), and top it off with delicious, lovingly, simply prepared food like Grandma's Lasagna and Linguine with Clams. Save room for the lip-smacking homemade cheesecakes or creamy Tiramisu for that matter! This place is just fancy enough to take your in-laws, business associates, or romantic interest. Be prepared to valet.
Featuring a full-service liquor bar, this nightspot invites you to bring some friends along to enjoy the entertainment. Live music is featured every Friday night and karaoke livens things up on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Dance the night away to rock & roll or country & western (depending on the band). Darts and pool tables are available for additional fun and casual dress is the general rule of thumb.
Escapade 2001 is a sizzling nightclub having some of the best events themed parties in town. Besides being a popular nightspot, it also hosts concerts by top notch bands and upcoming musicians. Local, regional and national talents have performed here and the place has also been used as a venue. When you're at the Escapade party, all you can think about is having the time of your life and enjoying the vibrant ambiance.
A stop at this unique neighborhood tavern is worth your time. It is conveniently located a stones throw from the main street in scenic Old Town Spring, and is a great place to grab a cold one and take a break from shopping. The crowd is diverse and consists of professionals, blue-collar workers, and even Harley Davidson enthusiasts. The Texas-style beer and wine tavern is a full-liquor bar, so feel free to order up your favorite drinks. Steak night is every Thursday night.
The nostalgic Texas atmosphere is complemented by the rustic log seats that dominate the bar. Memorabilia covers the walls and includes mementos from the well-loved Gunny Shack. Show up on Sundays and you will have a chance to pitch a game of horse shoes in the horse shoe pen. The popular bar serves cold beer, wine and set-ups, along with hospitality and a plain old good time. Come in and indulge in a 14-ounce rib-eye, baked potato, salad and all the trimmings for just USD10.
Bring the kids along for your visit to this somewhat boisterous cafe. Live bands further spice up the experience several nights a week, but most diners find the turn-of-the-century interior to be interesting enough all by itself. The burgers, chicken-fried steaks and sandwiches are all good, but side orders and desserts are the real taste treats. Try the special sausage-sauerkraut balls and see for yourself. The cafe does not offer a bar but you can take your pick of several beers and wines.
The atmosphere is rustic in this turn-of-the-century wooden building that has a huge wrap-around deck. The deck seats a hundred people during outdoor performances of popular bands and entertainers on Thursdays and Sundays. The walls are covered with license plates from every state, barbed wire and an assortment of railroad memorabilia. The kitchen claims to serve the 'best barbecue in town,' but it is the hamburgers and fries that reign supreme. Gigantic burgers weigh 1/2 pound after being cooked and are served with scrumptious homemade French fries. Wash it down with an ice-cold longneck for the best results.