Houston Road Trip

At the beginning of last month we took a road trip to Houston with our besties Remy and Marisa. They had participated in a film we produced entitled Shooting Techniques which screened at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. We always try to make fun trips out of the festivals and screenings our films are in, but taking Remy and Marisa along made it one of the best trips ever.

Remy and Marisa at The Williams Waterwall in Houston, Texas
Remy and Marisa at The Williams Waterwall in Houston, Texas

We left for Houston on the 4th of July, after a visit to the beautiful Williams Waterwall we drove around the city checking out Independence Day Celebrations before heading out to Stafford, Texas for the Fort Bend Symphony and Fireworks show. It was the best and longest fireworks display ever. The following day we had a delicious lunch at Radical Eats, a vegan and gluten-free restaurant I plan on visiting every time we’re in Houston*.

Radical Eats!
Radical Eats! – My new favorite Vegan Destination*

Remy chows down on his Po Boy Taco at Radical Eats
Remy chows down on his Po’ Boy Taco at Radical Eats – Best Taco Ever

Bahn Mi Taco and Southwestern Tamale - so good!
Bahn Mi Taco and Spinach and Corn Tamale at Radical Eats – so good!

Yummy Tamales at Radical Eats
Tamale Flight at Radical Eats

The next day we took advantage of Free Thursday admissions to the Houston Museum of Natural Science and Museum of Fine Arts Houston and capped our evening with our Mess with Texas program screening at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston. The screening was a huge success – read more on Walley Films Blog. Friday was even more packed with adventure. After a tasty lunch at Loving Hut we visited Rice Gallery for Yasuaki Onishi’s installation, The Menil Collection including the Cy Twombly Gallery, the Rothko Chapel, and The Art Guys Statue of Four Lies. We loved Radical Eats so much we had dinner there before heading back home to San Antonio.

Loving Hut in Houston, Texas
Loving Hut in Houston, Texas

Spring Rolls at Loving Hut
Golden Rolls at Loving Hut[/caption]

Pepper Steak at Loving Hut
Mongolian Wonder at Loving Hut

Soup at Loving Hut
Bun Hue Spicy Soup at Loving Hut – Mark still talks about it![/caption]

Admiring Vegan Celebrities at Loving Hut
Admiring Vegetarian Celebrities at Loving Hut

Remy and Marisa at Rice Gallery
Remy and Marisa at Rice Gallery – Installation by Yasuaki Onishi

xo angie

*UPDATE: Radial Eats is no longer 100% vegan – read my review to learn more!

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  1. Pingback: Houston Review: Radical Eats | veggieangie

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