Midtown Houston Apartments

What We Love

13 Celsius Wine Bar – This is easily one of the best wine bars in Houston. Every bottle is kept at the perfect temperature so never to disappoint.

Retrospect Coffee Bar – Midtown’s small and quaint coffee shop with locally roasted coffee, craft beer and wine. Featuring a unique, hand build coffee machine known as the “orange slayer”, the baristas at Retrospect Coffee Bar are highly-skilled in what they do and offer a bespoke service.

Bagby Park – This is a great place to hang out with your four-legged friends and meet your fellow neighbors. The park is also home to an outdoor performance area and relaxing water features.

Midtown Park – 3-acre public urban park which includes a huge lawn, a flexible pavilion, a wetland stream and trail. Midtown Park also features native landscaping, an interactive water feature, playground, public art, game courts, market areas and a dog park.

Specs Liquor Store – The biggest liquor store in Houston. If you are a connoisseur of fine wines, bourbons or simply looking for something new, you will find exactly what you are looking for here.

High Fashion Home – For all your home decorating needs. From furniture to artwork, they have it all. Also, a great place to pick up accessories to finish off you home décor look or find gifts for the person who is usually impossible to buy for.

The Breakfast Klub – You had us at Chicken and Waffles. Known for offering the best breakfast in Houston, you need to get there early, the line can get pretty long on the weekends. They also offer a range of products including The Breakfast Klub waffle mix and their own breakfast blend coffee; so, you can recreate the menu at home.

Midtown Neighborhood Feel

For bustling night life, bar and restaurant scenes, Houston Midtown is hard to beat. Home to The Ensemble Theater, Midtown Park and the central campus for Houston Community College, this is fast becoming the hottest neighborhood for Houston Midtown Apartments. With over 100 cafes, restaurants and bars in walking distance, there is no shortage of options when it comes to eating out and socializing. Located between downtown Houston and the Texas Medical Center, getting out and exploring new places really couldn’t be easier. Just hop on the METRORail and be either place in a matter of minutes.