League City, TX is the home of a little over 90,000 residents and about forty-five minutes from Downtown Houston. One thing I love about Texas is, towns always keep their “Main Street” from going mainstream. I’m not being creative by calling it Main Street, either. Just about every town in Texas has a street named Main, and 9/10 it is in the Historical District; League City being no different.
1.) Book Haven:
A bookstore specializing in vintage books and a few hot-sellers. Needless to say, it was an enchanting experience.
For more information: Book Haven Texas
2. The Tea House Under The Oaks:
A quaint little tea house that also serves sandwiches and soups. Unfortunately, it was randomly closed when we stopped by, so we walked across the street to another tea house. I really want to emphasize that we WALKED ACROSS THE STREET. Everything is so close together; reminds me of Stars Hollow, but a little traffic.
3. FOUNDERS SQUARE:
The Founders Square is a strip of old cottages that have been made into shops! Their addresses actually say– “Cottage #1”. Oh, the cuteness.
4. Nana’s Attic:
Nana’s Attic is located in the Founders Square. Whoever does the shopping for this place, is my soul sister. Seriously.
For more information: Nana’s Attic
5. holly berry tea room:
Holly Berry is the cutest tea room I have ever been to. The atmosphere was relaxing and cozy. The decor made me feel like I stepped into a time machine. They even brought out Dr. Pepper in a tea pot!
6. Helen’s Garden:
A beautiful place to escape and enjoy your surroundings. Helen’s is a hot spot for engagement photos and weddings, but is open to the public for leisurely strolls.
BOnus: My bff got married there.
7. Randomness on Main