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Saint Arnold Brewing Company | Beer Garden & Restaurant Saint Arnold Brewing Company | Beer Garden & Restaurant

Enjoy a great meal seven days a week at Saint Arnold Brewing Company's Beer Garden & Restaurant, where you can check out the Tasting Tour of Texas's oldest craft brewery. Their small crew does everything at the brewery, from brewing the beer, filtering, kegging, and bottling the beer, to selling and drinking the beer. For them, that is a passion, not a job, and they believe that their hard work shows through the beers they produce.

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Houston Zoo Houston Zoo

The Houston Zoo is home to more than 4,500 animals, with more than 900 species representing the seventh most-visited zoo in the nation. Explore the featured attractions, which include the Kipp Aquarium, The Fischer Bird Gardens, the Tropical Bird House, a Children's Zoo with a petting zoo and water playground, the World of Primates, the Wildlife Carousel, the McNair Asian Elephant Habitat, and the Reptile & Amphibian Building.

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University of St. Thomas Houston | Chapel of St. Basil University of St. Thomas Houston | Chapel of St. Basil

Visit the Chapel of St. Basil, based at the University of St. Thomas. Designed by renowned architect Phillip Johnson, the chapel includes three functioning bells, a custom-built organ, and an overall style reminiscent of historic European churches. The chapel hosts Mass every day. It seats about 225 people and is lit from the inside by natural light from the dome, a skylight over the altar, and the statue of Our Lady on the east wall and from the asymmetrical glass cross on the west wall.

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