Historic Conroe

My mind is on warmer climes these days, and I had a lovely time exploring historic downtown Conroe with my brother over the Christmas holiday.

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We lunched at The Red Brick Tavern on 119 Simonton Street twice.

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The walls have posters of famed country singers and there is a stage section for live music.

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Burgers and Beer were on the menu (Cajun food) on day one, and I noshed on Nachos on my almost-last day in Texas.

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I wish I knew a Kelly to send this photo to.

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It was delicious and cozy.

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Joined by my sister-in-law, we also swung by Conroe Coffee. Since they enjoyed Brothers K ‎ here so much their Conroe equivalent had to be showcased.

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Located at 206 N Main Street, the woman-owned cafe has quirky wall decor, offers some gift items, sandwiches, pastries, desserts and of course a variety of coffee and tea.

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I would lounge here frequently as well.

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So if you’re in Conroe, Texas, go check out the charming blast from the past buildings with modern insides.

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