Best of Houston

Let's Think About the Arts and Entertainment Section of Best of Houston

Want to know what the Houston Press thinks is the best film festival? Best new club owner? Best movie house?

That and more was revealed this week in this year's edition of Best of Houston which came out earlier this Tuesday online. (And in case you're wondering: Jazz on Film got Best Film Festival, Zack Palmer with Walters Downtown was named best new club owner and Alamo Drafthouse Cinema – Vintage Park got our nod for Best Movie House.)

If you are new to Houston or even if you've been here awhile, we suggest our Best of Issue is a great way to get started and find or refind the great things Houston has to offer. If you can't get to it right away, that's okay too. Pick up a print copy of our special once-a-year issue on racks throughout town this week. Or go online whenever and click on Best of Houston on our menu button. We can guarantee you won't be bored. 
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