Comfort Suites Humble Houston North
22223 Hwy 59 N.
Humble, TX 77339-2845
Phone: (281) 359-4448
Fax: (281) 359-9990
22223 Hwy 59 N. , Humble, TX, US, 77339-2845
- Phone: (281) 359-4448
- Fax: (281) 359-9990
This is a great place for a casual and relaxing day of shopping. The mall features Dillard's, Foley's, Mervyn's California and Sears. Specialty stores include Things Remembered and B. Dalton Booksellers. Over 100 stores offer everything from cosmetics, books, and CDs to furniture, art, and health food. Spend the day browsing in a wide variety of shops and then grab a bite to eat at one of the 16 restaurants and snack shops. Bring along the kids and make a full day of this shopping experience.
The Town Center will remind you of leisurely strolls through another time and place. The dark brick buildings and shady walkways lead to many surprises. You will find more than 20 merchants, including a charming barber shop and a foot specialist. A few of the specific merchants include the Imagine That, Kingwood Art School, Fabulous Things and many more stores. Frequent weekend concerts and events are also held on the lovely grounds.
For those of you who take your health seriously, this store would be a good place to visit. In business since 1979, the owner and manager of Natural Kitchen Nutrition Center is a Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist and clearly knows her business. You can find vitamins, herbs, natural and organic foods, homeopathic remedies, gourmet coffee and tea, natural bath and skin care, essential oils and books on the topics. Do yourself a healthy favor and stop by for a visit.
There are many unique gift items at this little shop called Metals, Petals & More, items for home, garden or gifts for someone special. Do not miss the unusual birdhouses on display here. Depicting churches, these sweet birdhouses will add a charming aspect to any backyard. There are also metal sculptures available to compliment any garden or home decor. All items are not only decorative but also unique and perfect for any setting.
Judging by the sweets lining the shelves, the Dutch know their licorice. You will find every variety, including extra strong pastilles, salty drops and mild balls covered with powdered sugar at the Little Dutch Girl. If you prefer something richer and sweeter, peek at the assortment of Dutch chocolates and fanciful varieties of American fudge. All the goodies are made fresh daily and sugar-free offerings are available for the health conscious. Beyond the realm of sweets, you will also find a nice assortment of gift items, including wooden shoes, Delft figurines and Dutch china.
This store is for the birds, literally. With so many birds and bird lovers in this area, the owner just had to open this little shop. You will find the cutest and most unique bird feeders ever, such as the Droll Yankee Feeder and Wooklink feeders and houses. This shop also carries some videos and books concerning birds along with squirrel feeders and bat houses. You are sure to find something to hang somewhere. Call ahead to know other details.
This town started during the middle 1800s as a railroad boomtown and has seen many changes over the years. From farming community to saloon town to quaint shopping village, it has always attracted a variety of people. The area is a tourist's dream, with antiques, art, crafts, gifts, restaurants, specialty services and more all within a few blocks of each other. Annual events that take place here include the Texas Heritage Festival, Home for the Holidays Celebration, Texas Crawfish Festival and Spring Music Fest. Tours are available on request.
They say Texas is hot regarding its weather but it is also HOT, HOT, HOT with its spicy foods and salsas. This store has the hot (and milder) tastes about which everyone raves. There is also a tasting bar in case you are a little apprehensive about what to purchase. You can choose from hot sauces, salsas, barbecue sauces, seasoning, peppers or a cookbook filled with Texas recipes. There are rumors that hot peppers and spicy seasonings promote a longer life.
Thirty-five different dealers offer a large variety of American antiques under a single roof. Not surprisingly, some of the antiques border on the edge of the junk classification, but most are wonderful finds at prices that easily compete with other popular outlets, like those found in the nearby Old Town Spring shopping village. Furnishings include popular oak and mahogany tables, dressers and beds. Popular collectibles, including depression glass, can also be found in many of the booths.
Almost anything you could want or need can be found in this mall. Featured stores include Dillard's, Foley's and Sears. Specialty stores include Things Remembered and Barry's Jewelers plus more than 80 other shops that offer a variety of merchandise. You will find interesting imports, clock shops, furniture, leather products, unusual jewelry and much more. If a day at the mall makes you hungry, grab a bite to eat at one of the 19 eateries or coffee shops. If you need a longer break, take in a movie at the Greenspoint Cinema. The latest Hollywood movies are always available.
There are 400 dealers in covered spaces here spreading over fourteen acres. Wear some comfy shoes! You can find some real treasures here and the friendly dealers are more than happy to answer any questions you might have. There are handmade craft items, house decor, garden decor, new and used furniture, antiques, men's, women's and children's clothes, bedroom items and linens, works of art and kitchenware. You name it and it is probably here!
Stop at Pitt's & Spitt's for the best of grills, smokers and pits. The use of high grade materials and innovative designs keep the customers coming back for more. All their items are highly recommended by all and are used for competitions and championships. Renowned chef Adam Perry Lang has hailed the smokers as his favorite in Food and Wine Magazine. You are sure to get your steaks done right if Pitt's is one of the ingredients. Check out their website for more details.