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Restaurants – All around the woodlands. Landry’s Seafood Restaurant

A Great Seafood Tradition Since 1947.
For more than six decades, the Landry’s Seafood story has been a tale of legendary Gulf Coast cuisine and true hospitality. From the time the doors opened in 1947 at the first location in Lafayette, Louisiana, out of a family’s home, to the present day, Landry’s Seafood has developed a nationwide reputation for delivering an unmatched dining experience for its guests.

Taste. Laugh. Live.

Extraordinary seafood specialties, tender steaks and bountiful pastas anchor an eclectic menu, artfully crafted and printed every day by chefs who maintain the same level of commitment to the freshest ingredients demonstrated in the 1940s.

In 1980, Tilman Fertitta, president and CEO of Landry’s, Inc., opened his first Landry’s Seafood restaurant in Katy, Texas, setting the stage for what would become one of the nation’s most iconic seafood brands. Today, with locations across the nation, Landry’s Seafood remains the flagship restaurant for a company with more than 400 properties around the world. With locations in exciting cities like Las Vegas, New Orleans, Houston, Orlando and Myrtle Beach, Landry’s Seafood has set a national standard for Gulf Coast dining.

 

Family · The Woodlands Texas

What are you doing in The Woodlands this 4th. of July?

Fourth of July in The Woodlands Event Details:

Celebrate the Fourth of July in The Woodlands with a spectacular lineup of events providing entertainment for the whole family to enjoy!

Fourth of July Parade
Put on your red, white and blue and get a prime viewing spot for the exciting South County Fourth of July Parade. The 1.3-mile parade around The Woodlands features marching bands, fire engines, clowns, floats and more! Note: Roads will be closed during the parade; please view the route map for details.

Splash Day
Cool off at one of the Township’s community pools and enjoy free activities and refreshments. All community pools will be free to residents from 10 am to 6 pm

“Things That Go” Bike Parade
Families are invited to parade their patriotically-decorated bike around Northshore Park. Decorating will take place between 4:30 and 5:15 pm Materials will be provided, or you can bring your own. The parade and judging will begin at 5:15 pm

Red, Hot & Blue Festival and Fireworks Extravaganza
Celebrate freedom in The Woodlands with great food, live entertainment, children’s activities and family fun at multiple parks around The Woodlands from 6 to 10 pm! The event culminates with one of the largest fireworks displays in the Greater Houston area with the 18+ minute Fireworks Extravaganza beginning at approximately 9:30 pm (Please Note: To ensure spectators have best fireworks visibility possible, fireworks teaser shots will be fired every ten minutes beginning at 9 pm)

Town Green Park
Town Green Park Freedom Stage – Mars Hill Band (Variety)
Town Green Park Independence Stage – Klockwork Band (R&B/Motown/Funk/Jazz)
Festival activities include strolling entertainers, face painters, balloon artists, inflatables, entertainment on two stages, a variety of food vendors, and a Kids’ Zone featuring crafts and other family-fun games.

Waterway Square Park
Level One Band (Motown/Funk)
Activities include face painting, balloon artist, concessions and live music.
Fourth of July Parade Awards at 7 pm

Northshore Park
Fidelity Maxx (Funk/Variety)
Activities include face painting, concessions and live music.

Rob Fleming Park
Cody Wayne (Country)
Activities include face painting, concessions and live music.

Hughes Landing
Johnny and the Spinsations (50’s-80’s Variety)

Dinning · Shopping · The Areas Around the Woodlands · The Woodlands Texas

Market Street Spring Concert Series

Market Street’s popular spring concert series, featuring artists in country, rock and acoustic guitar and more, returns to the shopping, dining and entertainment destination every Thursday, April 20 through June 8, from 6 – 8:30 pm (see below video for schedule)

• May 4 Latin and contemporary favorites from Mango Punch
• May 11 The Eagles tribute band Already Gone
• May 18 Texas Country tunes from Junior Gordon
• May 25 Acoustic guitar sounds by Zach Person
• June 1 Country and rock favorites by Rat Ranch
• June 8 Jazz and R&B sounds on the saxophone from David Caceres Quintet (during H-E-B Wine Walk at Market Street)

Every spring music concert at Market Street is free and open to the public. Blankets and lawn chairs also are welcome.

Coolers are welcome within the limits of Central Park. Patrons may not walk around property with alcoholic beverages.

As always you can call me at 832-934-4066, or visit my website http://www.kennethneal.com