Hello Lucky Life
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Local handmade sweat shop free/fair trade Artist designed men's women's and kid's t-shirts, infant onesies, jackets, skirts, jewelry for guys and gals, soaps, cards, and some vintage products like bags and buckles.
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This is a fantastic little store owned by my friend Teresa. It has clothes, jewelry, ceramics and gifts. Tell her I sent you!
A little boutique with wonky hours, but a great place to get local made jewelry, soft and unique t-shirts (including Houston / Texas souvenir type), and fun quirky fashion.
from Houston Press - An island of cool stuff made with love and by hand amid an ocean of crap cranked out by indifferent machines (or wage slaves in brutal sweatshops), Hello Lucky, located in the Heights, stands as an extension of owner Teresa O'Connor's nurturing philosophy. All of the locally…
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“They only sell 2 beers on tap – Lone Star and Shiner in a big chilled schooner. They have a pool table and a few locals. Sometimes the bartendress will have a crock pot of queso or soup you can enjoy for a few bucks. Old-school Houston at its finest.”
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“from ZAGAT - “Tacoholics” head to this “fast”, “casual” Tex-Mex chain for “excellent” fish tacos and a slew of other south-of-the-border favorites from guacamole and queso to fajitas and tamales served over the counter in “fun, festive” digs; they’re also good for breakfast (served all day) and/or a “margarita or three.””
- 현지인 9명이 추천하는 곳
“Heights hipsters flock to the shopping-center-set Antidote Coffee House for its caffeine-laden offerings and laid-back, at-home vibe. The loft-like interior-with its rubbed concrete floors, exposed brick walls and open vent-work-is filled with an array of eclectic furniture and artwork produced by local artisans. There's free wi-fi and plenty of plug-ins, but you know what they say about all work and no play-head there for happy hour Monday through Friday (4 to 7 p.m.) and enjoy $1 double espresso.”
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