For decades Montrose has been a neighborhood where you can come as you are and feel welcome. Now filled with museums, cafes, shops, and dives, you'll often find them shrouded in greenery or intermingled amongst residences. A great escape from the sea of concrete. We feel pride when we support our community, and inspired by the people who work tirelessly to run the places we frequent. We know parking is a nightmare, it's just something you learn to deal with. A sign of a more progressive and welcomed time, Montrose may no longer be the ubiquitous gay community it was once. This doesn't mean it's lost its charm or forgotten its roots. To take a quote from one of the neighborhood's original developers (J.W. Link) a little out of context, "Houston has to grow. Montrose [will] lead the procession."

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