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Like many parts of the Houston suburbs, Cypress is populated with large stretches of trees that get ever denser as you move away from the highway and into the local neighborhoods. For those living in the planned communities in southern Cypress, these views are punctuated by sights of the many lakes that line this part of town.
Cypress Restaurants & Nightlife
For anyone living in the planned communities in southern Cypress, restaurants can be found on the shores and boardwalks around the lakes. The weekend is a popular time for people to hit the boardwalk along the lakes and enjoy local dining. Here, people can enjoy a good meal and live music along the lake shores. However, there are also many restaurants and a number of wine bars along the well-travelled Highway 290. Although there are fewer restaurants in northern Cypress, a few can be found along busy Grant road, which runs along the town's northern edge. There are also numerous movie theaters throughout the area.
The many parks in Cypress make for the perfect afternoon. Golfing is popular at the Blackhorse Golf Ranch, while a more laid back golfing experience awaits at the Family Golf Park. You can also travel up the highway to Buc-ee's, the famed Texas convenience stores known for their delicious chocolate fudge and oddball gifts.
While most Cypress residents require a car, there are a few bus routes that crisscross the area from east to west and one major bus route into Houston along Highway 290. This is the same highway that most people use to commute into the city. While traversing the vast Texas landscape typically requires driving, the many parks, lakes, and trees in Cypress make the trip more scenic.
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