November 2014

Found 2 blog entries for November 2014.

montgomery txMontgomery, Texas has a history that long predates the surrounding county that shares its name. The sleepy little town may seem quaint and demure, but it is actually one of the oldest towns in Texas. And with anything that’s been around for that length of time, there are bound to be a few stories to tell.

Here are a few lesser known facts about the sleepy little Town of Montgomery, so we can get to know the Texan institution just a little bit better.

8. Montgomery, TX Has Alabama Roots

The town was named by John Wyatt Moody and W.W. Shepard in 1826. Shepard would come to own the first store in Montgomery and named the city after his home county in Alabama.

7. Montgomery Used to be the County Seat

When the Montgomery County was first

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restaurants-in-montgomery-txIf you live or are visiting the Montgomery, TX area, at one point or another, you'll be hankering for something good to eat. With so many choices however, you may have a hard time deciding where to spend your hard earned dining dollars. Montgomery restaurants are plentiful, but if you're not careful, you might miss a local gem or worse, have a less than pleasant experience.

Here are our picks for Montgomery, TX restaurants to try whether you're visiting or a longtime resident. Dine with confidence at one of these top notch eateries in Texas.

Commodore Dining Room at the Walden Yacht Club

13101 Melville Dr, Montgomery, TX
(936) 582-4222 (Reservations recommended)

Tucked away on Lake Conroe is one of the area's not so secret gem: the Commodore Dining

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