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Just be sure to check for closures due to flooding before doing so. The Menil Collection is hands down one of the most prized artscapes in Houston, so go there to stare at some pretty cool walls, get zen at Rothko Chapel, then hop on over to Bistro Menil to take turns sniffing wine and discussing existentialism.
This amazing 87,500-square foot, 25-foot tall underground cistern was built in 1927, but it only recently opened to the public.
If you’re looking for some weekday tastiness, Glitter rocks pop-up kitchen takeovers on select Thursdays.Each drink you get earns you a vote for that month’s winning charity. Sitting pretty next to the Shepherd School of Music at Rice U, James Turrell’s "Twilight Epiphany" Skyspace rocks LED light sequences at sunrise and sunset (but who are we kidding, you’re going to the sunset showing).Houston Axe Throwing offers a limited number of hour-and-a-half ax-throwing sessions for a person, including 30 minutes of lessons and practice and another hour of ax-throwing games. The trippy shows are 100% free, but you’ll have to make reservations first.Go crazy on dumplings, chicken feet, and pork buns at Fung’s Kitchen’s legendary dim sum.You’ll notice a crowd there every single weekend, so Hong Kong Dim Sum and Dim Sum King are also worthy contenders.