323 East Louetta Road
Spring, TX 77373
Phone: (281) 288-5515
Fax: (281) 288-5585
323 East Louetta Road, Spring, TX, US, 77373
- Phone: (281) 288-5515
- Fax: (281) 288-5585
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.
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.
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.
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.
The plywood castle surrounding the trailer that holds all the goodies is not exactly authentic, but it does create a general impression of what you will find inside. In fact, the shop offers what is believed by many to be the best tea in the world, Whittard of Chelsea. The Summer Pudding tea with its dried berries and spices is also worth repeat sips. Various teas are sold in bags and in loose form for the purists. Loose tea enthusiasts will find a large selection of silver tea strainers and seeping balls to complement their selection.
Captain's Choice Seafood Market, this popular fish market is strategically located inside the Captain's Choice Restaurant. The selection includes scallops, several varieties of shrimp and lots of other fish from the waters of the nearby Gulf and beyond. The efficient staff will help you find exactly the right fish for your tastes and will even offer cooking suggestions. If you are in the mood for something spicy, the nice selection of Cajun and Creole seasonings and mixes might be just what you need. You will even find file de gumbo - a popular Cajun thickener.
Market Street's HEB Central Market is the right place to go if you want to shop for groceries. And now, with the expansion plan, it also contains a floral retail store. It has the capacity to undertake orders for large occasions be it a wedding or a corporate event with the rarest of flowers. One of their most popular events, the Premier Wine and Food Week - offers the participant the opportunity to do some shopping, try and buy fine wine and enjoy live entertainment while walking through the market street. Overall, it is a shopper's dream come true because they provide practically everything under the sun.
When you think of deep spiritual artistry, you might believe that you would have to venture to Europe to experience it. This California artist will capture your spirit and prove that is not the case. Known as the "Painter of Light," Thomas Kincade has done numerous nature paintings of lush gardens, charming cottages and inviting gateways. All are soft and soothing to the soul. His works include Rose Gate, Garden of Promise, Petals of Hope and many other famous collectible works. With a worldwide following and notable reputation, Mr. Kincade has established this signature gallery to display his idealist creations.
Enjoy shopping, dining and the theater at The Woodlands Mall, one of Houston's largest shopping malls. The mall is approximately 30 miles from downtown Houston. It has a variety of stores from major department stores to specialty stores and even designer stores like BCBG Max Azria. With over 160 stores you'll find what you're looking and plenty more.
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