Econo Lodge & Suites
722 N. Port Avenue
Corpus Christi, TX 78408
Phone: (361) 883-7400
Fax: (361) 883-0333
A popular Corpus Christi eatery, the decor at this restaurant is strictly "old fishermen's hangout" and the menu is simple, consisting mostly of various shrimp entrees, the local catch of the day, and wonderful burgers. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
Once the little ones are in bed, call the babysitter and head down to Katz 21. This swanky restaurant's decor evokes the swing era while being intimate and sexy. Specializing in steaks and other international dishes, including seafood and pastas. Perfect for a romantic night out or for a birthday outing. The restaurant also has live music, typically jazz and also has a bar, Spirits 21.
La Bahia Mexican Restaurant in Downtown Corpus Christi is a three star Mexican restaurant. Find this inexpensive restaurant Downtown directly across from the World War Memorial. When you step inside the restaurant, you'll immediately notice a family atmosphere, as La Bahia has been family owned since its inception over seventeen years ago. The food at La Bahia is homemade fresh daily with fresh ingredients. With some of the coldest drinks at the bar La Bahia is the place to be on those blistering hot days. La Bahia features evening music on Friday & Saturday La Bahia is an active place to be. This restaurant also accommodates parties, groups, meetings, banquets and much more.
This combination restaurant and lounge features such dishes as fresh grouper, pepper steak flambee and a house cheesecake. The lounge boasts the largest selection of spirits in Corpus Christi and live music Thursday through Saturday.
One of the best places in town to see a live show, the House of Rock caters to, you guessed it, fans of rock music. With a full bar and faithful regulars, the House of Rock is the perfect place to feel like a local. Live acts perform here almost every day so be sure to check out their online even schedule for you favorite local musician. Located downtown within walking distance of many more bars and restaurants.
A little bit pricier than the average Corpus Christi restaurants, Mamma Mia's serves rich and full plates of Italian classics. Whether you're a returning customer or newcomer, the pipe-smoking owner will welcome you himself. Decent house wines and appetizing desserts complete the Italian dining experience. Although the place has an upscale appearance it doensn't feel stuffy.
This is a downtown favorite for locals and visitors to Corpus Christi. Brewster's serves big burgers, sandwiches chicken wings and other classic American dishes. The establishment is very family oriented, with a playground in the back for the little ones and a kid-friendly menu. Located just across the street from Whataburger stadium, this place gets busy before and after games. Be sure to check out their online event schedule for upcoming events.
This restaurant serves a full menu of American favorites like chicken, burgers, steak and more. A full bar is available to complement your meal.
Corpus Christi's home for the blues, Dr Rockits is a fun casual bar that is a favorite among locals. Conveniently located downtown, within walking distance from plenty of other bars and restaurants, Dr Rockits is a great place to hit just as you are starting off your evening or about to turn in. Live local musicians often perform here, be sure to look at their online event schedule for upcoming concerts.
Located in the historic Hoover Inn, this restaurant features a menu of traditional cuisine with an European flare.
Located in dynamic Water Street Market. This restaurant and the accompanying Water Street Oyster Bar offer residents and visitors the freshest seafood in town. Most fish is locally bought the same day that it is served either from Corpus Christi marina or from near by Port Aransas and Fulton-Rockport. The bacon wrapped stuffed shrimp and mesquite-grilled wasabi tuna are highly recommended, daily specials are usually a good bet too. For land lovers, they also offer a fine selection of steak and poultry dishes. For the adventurous, there is and exciting sushi menu with a touch of local color.
This extension of the Water Street Seafood Company is usually packed during lunch with the downtown business crowd. For good reasons too, the extensive menu offers everything from a light sushi roll to a huge grilled catfish with all the trimmings. Particularly recommended are the pecan-crusted deep fried oysters as an appetizer. Of course, raw oysters are Atmosphere is casual, yet refined and is ideal for business lunches and groups. The wine list is eclectic and sure to please.