I had the pleasure of collaborating with Market Street The Woodlands on this post! Thoughtfully Styled received products and/or payment for this post.
Hey y’all! I’m so excited to share this collaboration with Market Street! This one was a no brainer because one of my very favorite things to do is dinner and a show. I can’t tell you how many times we’ve had dinner at Market Street and then headed over to The Woodlands Pavilion for a concert. Something you may not know about me is that I’m a huge Dave Matthews Band fan. Huge! As in this was my 20th concert. I have seen him all over the country and obviously many, many times here in The Woodlands.
We started our night at True Food Kitchen which opened just a couple of weeks ago. True Food Kitchen is known for their health-driven food that is not only tasty but in season. We thoroughly enjoyed our dining experience. The light, healthy, and seasonal dishes were perfect for us before the show.
Perfectly yummy sangria.
These edamame dumplings were divine.
Teriyaki Quinoa bowl
We enjoyed our meals so much that we decided to share them and get the best of both worlds. It felt so good on this hot night to not feel stuffed and full after our meal.
How awesome is their herb garden? I love that its practical and also pretty decor.
One tradition we have when we do dinner and a show is to stop in Tommy Bahama and get a Mai Tai before the show. This is if we don’t eat there!
Obligatory selfie! The hubby is thrilled about this obviously.
Market Street has such a variety of restaurants and bars to hit before the shows that it’s sometimes hard to decide where to go. I will say that the delicious fresh food from True Food Kitchen will be my summer go-to! There are a ton of shows coming up this summer and into the fall, make sure to check them out and enjoy great food before hand!
**This post is in partnership with Market Street The Woodlands, all opinions are my own.