By Shea Serrano. As the fourth most populous city in the U. Centerfolds is located on the ever-popular Richmond strip. They have Happy Hour specials featuring beer, wine and wells.
Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. This venerable institution has been entertaining bons vivants since , and it's easy to understand why with such plush surroundings, talented dancers and stellar food options. You can start the week off with steak and shrimp specials on Monday, and then come back Thursday for a "Kick Ass Filet. If you'd rather not bring sand to the beach, so to speak, you can always roll solo and let the gorgeous dancers and friendly waitresses treat you like a tycoon. Commercials on local TV were never supposed to make viewers pause to ponder the profound philosophical questions of life The camera lingers lovingly over mattresses in production at the company's East End factory-showroom, as a disembodied voice asks a few simple questions in a tone that implies he's talking about a lot more than a good night's sleep: "What is a mattress?
It was especially popular in the s, but it later declined as a partygoing destination in favor of other areas of town, such as Washington Avenue. Marty Racine of the Houston Chronicle said "At the dawn of the '90s, geographically dysfunctional Houston lacked anything resembling an " entertainment district. In Brad Tyer of the Houston Press said "The Richmond Strip has developed over the course of the past decade into a true entertainment district, a place to be and be seen, Houston's urban-sprawl equivalent of Sixth Street in Austin or Beale Street in Memphis or New Orleans ' Latin Quarter — part local destination and part tourist trap, offering sensory overload in exchange for dollars.
Two men identified by friends and family as up-and-coming Houston rappers were shot to death Tuesday morning in a car outside a west Houston strip club. The younger brother of Nicholas Esene, who performed as Ghost Magneto, said the musician was killed alongside his pal Kenyon Tennessee in the Club Onyx parking lot in the block of Bering near Richmond Avenue. There were kids singing my nephew's songs. Both men were fatally shot in what Houston police Lt. Larry Crowson said may have been a targeted attack orchestrated by at least two suspects who fled the scene.