Uptown is what the Galleria Area would like to be called, and in relation to Montrose and Downtown the analogy is apt. The Galleria could give
A popular attraction for family photos and romantic walks, The Williams Waterwall is a multi-story sculptural fountain which sits at the south end of Williams Tower in Uptown. The tower, the fountain and its surrounding park were designed by architect Philip Johnson.
Cafe Annie @ BLVD via swamplot
Café Annie is one of the most celebrated restaurants in town. With sophisticated food and ever evolving tastes, the chefs here are really working it. Expensive menus make it a special treat, or try their food to share at Bar Annie, every afternoon, where the goodness can be had for much less. Located at Post Oak and San Felipe just north of Westheimer.
Many streets are excessively large, with eight lanes in some places. Street level architectural flourishes verge on the futuristic. The Galleria attracts the most protests in Houston due to high traffic, difficult police enforcement and the ability to easily cause havoc.
Janitors' Protest at Post Oak Blvd