How to spend the day in Montrose, Houston’s hip neighborhood
When people talk about Houston’s Montrose neighborhood, descriptors like “eccentric,” “quirky,” “hipster” and “queer” often pop up. The people who live here call it a small town within H-Town that has always attracted individuals who are creative, social and cherish diversity.
While the area has changed significantly in recent years, Montrose still teems with artists, musicians, community organizations, free-admission art galleries and streets lined with leafy trees. It also has a passion for celebrating its own past. “When Nell Stewart turned 100 [in 2020], the neighborhood threw a party and parade in her honor,” said Mary Quinn, president of the East Montrose Civic Association about a longtime resident.
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