Welcome to Shenandoah.
Located in North Houston along both sides of I-45, this booming small town has a whole lot of surprises within 2.2 square miles. The city is home to five shopping centers, 60 restaurants, four family-friendly entertainment venues, recreational areas and so much more. The question is: where to start?
Picket Fences is a specialty home décor & fine gift store that’s been open for 23 years. The boutique is filled with a vibrant floral wall, modern furnishings, and cozy accessories to make any home comfy and beautiful.
Spend some time at Fish Camp (in operation under Goode Company). Goode Company originated as a barbecue joint in Houston in 1977 and over time has evolved in six different concepts with 11 locations. At Fish Camp, try a ceviche or crudo, maybe even a variety of fresh oysters from the oyster the bar. It’s a seafood eatery that pays homage to the Gulf Coastal traditions and influences.
Beat the heat at Surreal Creamery. This dessert spot combines Asian-inspired flavors and teas with soft-served ice cream. Try an Earl Grey Ice Cream “Flotea”, or a mason jar special like the Nom Nom Cookie.
With 2.2 miles of everything at fingers-reach, there’s something for everyone in the stylish city of Shenandoah.