Showtime in Houston

Are you longing for a break from work but cannot get away for too long? Have you ever thought of taking a day off to Houston for some world-class entertainment? Before you grab your car keys, how about booking a limousine for your quick getaway trip to Houston? If you want to have a relaxed and stress free trip, booking a limousine is the best choice to make.

Booking a limousine for your Houston trip is just a phone call away, or in some cases, a click of a mouse away, so why do you want to trouble yourself driving your own car? If you think that having the limousine all to yourself is a selfish thing to do, how about getting a few friends along with you? Once you have arranged for the limousine, just pack yourself and your friends into the limousine and tell the driver to take you to the Theatre District in downtown Houston.

The Theater District in downtown Houston is a great entertainment destination with over 2 million visitors annually. This 17-block area is home to some eight professional performing art organizations and five marvelous theatres. One of such is the Wortham Theater Center, that has two theaters with sophisticated lobbies and ample space for the performers and supporting personnel. Another theater that you and your limousine pals may want to go to would be The Alley Theater, which is just down the street from the Wortham Theater Center. The Alley Theater has a castle like appearance with nine towers and open air terraces. The inside of the theater is just as elegant with a grand spiral staircase, and there are 2 stages – the Large, which seats 824 while the Neuhaus Arena, can only accommodate 296 patrons.

After the theatre experience, tell your limousine driver to take you to the Shanghai River Restaurant for some Chinese dining. It is said to be a favorite place for white tablecloth dining and authentic Chinese flavors. Since the opening of Shanghai River Restaurant, they have consistently served first rate Hunan and Szechuan cuisine, using their homemade recipes. The ambience of Shanghai River Restaurant is understated elegance with crisp white linens and candlelight against the background of gleaming walnut paneling, beveled mirrors and crystal chandeliers, as well as antique Chinese screens.

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