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Neighborhoods We Serve In Houston:
1 Willowbrook Northwest Along Texas State Highway 249 northwest of Beltway 8
2 Greater Greenspoint North Around the junction of Beltway 8 and Interstate 45 North
3 Carverdale Northwest South of the junction of Beltway 8 and U.S. Route 290
4 Fairbanks / Northwest Crossing Northwest Along U.S. Route 290 between Interstate 610 and Beltway 8
5 Greater Inwood Northwest North of Fairbanks / Northwest Crossing and east of Acres Home
6 Acres Home Northwest West of Interstate 45 North and south of State Highway 249
7 Hidden Valley North In a triangular area between Veterans Memorial Drive, State Highway 249, and Interstate 45 North
8 Westbranch West Along Beltway 8 south of Jersey Village
9 Addicks / Park Ten West Includes the entirety of Addicks Reservoir and a small area between the reservoir and Interstate 10 west
10 Spring Branch West West North of Interstate 10 west between Addicks Reservoir and Blalock Road
11 Langwood Northwest Between Hempstead Highway and U.S. Route 290 midway between Interstate 610 and Beltway 8
12 Central Northwest (formerly Near Northwest) Northwest East of U.S. Route 290 and north of Interstate 610
13 Independence Heights North West of Interstate 45 north and north of Interstate 610
14 Lazybrook / Timbergrove Northwest West of White Oak Bayou and south of Interstate 610 north
15 Greater Heights Northwest East of White Oak Bayou, south of Interstate 610, west of Interstate 45, and north of Interstate 10
16 Memorial West East of Texas State Highway 6, south of Interstate 10 west, west of the Memorial Villages, and north of Buffalo Bayou
17 Eldridge / West Oaks West West of Dairy Ashford Road, north of Westpark Tollway, and south of Buffalo Bayou; includes Barker Reservoir
18 Briar Forest West East of Dairy Ashford Road, south of Buffalo Bayou, west of Gessner Road, and north of Westheimer Road
19 Westchase West East of West Houston Center Boulevard, south of Westheimer Road, west of Gessner Road, and north of Westpark Tollway
20 Mid-West (formerly Woodlake/Briarmeadow) West East of Gessner Road, south of Buffalo Bayou, west of Voss and Chimney Rock roads, and north of Westpark Tollway
21 Greater Uptown West West of Interstate 610 between Interstate 10 and Interstate 69
22 Washington Avenue Coalition / Memorial Park West East of Interstate 610, south of Interstate 10, west of Interstate 45, and north of Buffalo Bayou
23 Afton Oaks / River Oaks West Straddles Buffalo Bayou east of Interstate 610
24 Neartown / Montrose Southwest Straddles Montrose Boulevard east of Shepherd Drive
25 Alief Southwest West of Beltway 8 and south of Westpark Tollway
26 Sharpstown Southwest Trapezoidal area bound by Beltway 8 to the west, Westpark Tollway to the north, Interstate 69 to the east, and Brays Bayou to the south
27 Gulfton Southwest North of the city of Bellaire and south of Interstate 69
28 University Place Southwest East of Kirby Drive, south of Interstate 69, west of Main Street, and north of Brays Bayou
29 Westwood Southwest Triangular area between Beltway 8, Brays Bayou, and Interstate 69
30 Braeburn Southwest Along north bank of Brays Bayou immediately east of Interstate 69
31 Meyerland Southwest Along north bank of Brays Bayou immediately west of Interstate 610 west
32 Braeswood Southwest Along north bank of Brays Bayou immediately east of Interstate 610 west
33 Medical Center South South of Hermann Park between Main Street and Brays Bayou
34 Astrodome Area South South of Brays Bayou between State Highway 288 and Interstate 610
35 South Main South Between Highway 90 Alternate (Main Street) and Holmes Road along Interstate 610 south
36 Brays Oaks (formerly Greater Fondren S.W.) Southwest Inside Beltway 8 between Highway 90 Alternate and Interstate 69
37 Westbury Southwest North of Highway 90 Alternate and east of Post Oak Road
38 Willow Meadows / Willowbend Southwest Enclosed by Highway 90 Alternate, Post Oak Road, and Interstate 610
39 Fondren Gardens Southwest Enclosed by Highway 90 Alternate, Beltway 8, and Fort Bend Parkway
40 Central Southwest South Large area enclosed by Beltway 8, Fort Bend Parkway, Highway 90 Alternate, Holmes Road, and State Highway 288
41 Fort Bend / Houston Southwest South of Beltway 8 and east of Fort Bend Parkway in Fort Bend County
42 IAH Airport North North of Beltway 8 between Interstate 45 and Interstate 69
43 Kingwood Northeast East of Interstate 69 and west of Lake Houston
44 Lake Houston Northeast East of Interstate 69 and Beltway 8
45 Northside / Northline North North of Interstate 610 between Interstate 45 and Hardy Toll Road
46 Jensen Northeast North of Interstate 610 between Hardy Toll Road and Hirsch Road
47 East Little York / Homestead Northeast North of Tidwell Road and east of Hirsch Road
48 Trinity / Houston Gardens Northeast North of Interstate 610 between Hirsch Road and Wayside Drive
49 East Houston Northeast North of Highway 90 Alternate and east of East Houston Road
50 Settegast Northeast North of Interstate 610 between Wayside Drive and East Houston Road
51 Northside Village North Enclosed by Interstate 10, Interstate 45, Interstate 610, and Elysian Street
52 Kashmere Gardens Northeast Inside Interstate 610 west of Elysian Street and north of Liberty Road
53 El Dorado / Oates Prairie Northeast East of Interstate 610 between Highway 90 Alternate and Highway 90 (Crosby Freeway)
54 Hunterwood Northeast West of Greens Bayou and east of Highway 90
55 Greater Fifth Ward Northeast North of Buffalo Bayou, east of Elysian Street, south of Collingsworth Street, and west of Lockwood Drive
56 Denver Harbor / Port Houston East East of Lockwood Drive, south of Liberty Road, and north of Clinton Drive
57 Pleasantville Area East Along the western (inner) edge of Interstate 610
58 Northshore East North of Interstate 10, west of Interstate 610, south of Wallisville Road, and west of Greens Bayou
59 Clinton Park / Tri-Community East Along the eastern (outer) edge of Interstate 610 north of Buffalo Bayou and south of Interstate 10
60 Fourth Ward West East of Taft Street, south of Buffalo Bayou, and west of Interstate 45
61 Downtown — Enclosed by Interstate 45 to the south and west, Interstate 10 to the north, Interstate 69 to the east
62 Midtown South South of Interstate 45; north and west of Interstate 69
63 Second Ward East North of Harrisburg Boulevard, east of BNSF line, south of Buffalo Bayou, and west of Union Pacific line
64 Greater Eastwood Southeast Between Interstate 45 and Harrisburg Boulevard east of Velasco Street and west of Union Pacific line
65 Harrisburg / Manchester Southeast Between Brays Bayou to the west, Buffalo Bayou to the north, Sims Bayou to the east, and Texas State Highway 225 to the south
66 Museum Park (formerly Binz) South Between Interstate 69 and State Highway 288 north of Hermnan Park
67 Greater Third Ward South South of Interstate 45 and east of Interstate 69
68 Greater OST / South Union Southeast North of Interstate 610, east of State Highway 288, south of Old Spanish Trail, and west of BNSF line
69 Gulfgate Riverview / Pine Valley Southeast Triangular area bound by Interstate 45, Interstate 610, and Texas State Highway 35
70 Pecan Park Southeast Bound by Interstate 610 to the southeast, Interstate 45 to the southwest, Griggs Road to the northwest, and Lawndale Street to the northeast
71 Sunnyside South East of State Highway 288 and south of Interstate 610
72 South Park South South of Interstate 610 and west of Mykawa Road
73 Golfcrest / Bellfort / Reveille Southeast Between Interstate 610 and Sims Bayou east of Mykawa Road and west of Interstate 45
74 Park Place Southeast Bound by Sims Bayou, Interstate 45, Interstate 610, and State Highway 225
75 Meadowbrook / Allendale Southeast West of South Houston and Pasadena, south of State Highway 225, east of Sims Bayou, north of Interstate 45
76 South Acres / Crestmont Park South East of State Highway 288 and south of Sims Bayou
77 Minnetex South West of Mykawa Road and north of Beltway 8
78 Greater Hobby Area Southeast South of Sims Bayou, east of Mykawa Road, north of Beltway 8 and Almeda Genoa Road, and west of Interstate 45
79 Edgebrook Southeast South of South Houston, west of Interstate 45, north and east of Shaver Street
80 South Belt / Ellington Southeast Large area straddling the southeastern corner of Beltway 8 south of Almeda Genoa Road and Shaver Street
81 Clear Lake Southeast West of Interstate 45, south of Ellington Airport, and northwest of Clear Lake
82 Magnolia Park East East of Union Pacific line, south and west of Buffalo Bayou, and north of Union Pacific line to Galveston
83 MacGregor Southeast Along Brays Bayou south of Blodgett Street, east of Almeda Road, north of Old Spanish Trail, and west of State Highway 35
84 Spring Branch North Northwest East of Beltway 8, south of Clay Road, west of Campbell Road, and north of Hammerly Boulevard
85 Spring Branch Central Northwest Between Blalock Road and Bingle Road north of Interstate 10 and south of Clay Road
86 Spring Branch East Northwest Enclosed by Blalock Road, Highway 290, Interstate 610, and Interstate 10
87 Greenway / Upper Kirby Southwest Along Interstate 69 between Bissonnet Road and Westheimer Road
88 Lawndale / Wayside Southeast Northeast of Interstate 45 along Brays Bayou between Union Pacific line and Griggs Road
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Rare wine from New Jersey for a perfect gift to your client or for your personal gifting.
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Hand-selected barrels must be aged for over 14 years and meet strict aroma, taste and finish criteria to be chosen in crafting this premium Kentucky bourbon. Color is warm, glowing golden amber. On the nose, you'll find vanilla with aged oak and light spice. Tasty, elaborate layers of caramel, spice and smoky wood. Finish is deep, satisfying and engaging.
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Dark garnet; very lively and fruit forward in style with black cherry, strawberry, and currant aromas accented by nutmeg and violets. The palate shows red raspberry, cassis and fresh blueberry flavors. Medium-bodied; soft and supple tannins in the finish. A signature Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon.
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Gold Medal Winner in the New Jersey Wine Competition, this pretty pink wine is brimming with red cherry and wild strawberry aromas over a delightfully sweet palate. This beauty is easy to drink, but don’t think for a second; it’s not incredibly rewarding.
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Bulleit Bourbon is inspired by the whiskey pioneered by Augustus Bulleit over 150 years ago. Only ingredients of the very highest quality are used. The subtlety and complexity of Bulleit Bourbon come from its unique blend of rye, corn, and barley malt, along with special strains of yeast and pure Kentucky limestone filtered water. Due to its especially high rye content, Bulleit? Bourbon has a bold, spicy character with a finish that’s distinctively clean and smooth.
Even as it backed off of a heavy commitment to expanding its Scotch footprint, British drinks colossus Diageo began a major expansion into bourbon. Part of this was investing in giving Bulleit a distillery and other infrastructure to call its own, and the other part was in taking the aged stock it had piled up in the Stitzel-Weller warehouses in Shively (a neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky) and bottling it in various limited edition releases. One of those was Blade And Bow 22 Year Old.
Let’s say the average consumer, shopping for an old bourbon, is on the internet doing due diligence before buying a $150 bottle. Something critical for that person to understand is that, following the lead of a few key individuals, most bourbon bloggers have a strong bias against Diageo, and Blade And Bow 22 Year Old suffered for it.
Blade And Bow is made from two stocks of very aged whiskey, coming from the Heaven Hill-owned Bernheim Distillery and the Sazerac-owned Buffalo Trace Distillery. However, Diageo can’t just up and say it’s from Bernheim and Sazerac, presumably because of the confidentiality agreements that are standard in the bourbon industry. They give the street addresses instead, because the law requires them to say where the whiskey was made, even when they can’t say who made it.
When a trendy, popular independent bottler describes its products in a similar way (say, High West or Barrell Bourbon), the bourbon blogging clique praises them to the heavens for their transparency, and rightfully so. When Diageo does it, they mock and deride them for it.