Sabores Flavor Guide Houston illustration

ABOUT HOUSTON

In the mood for glowing trees, wrestling tees, and a look into Bane’s underground layer? Join photographer William Wood on an epic journey across Houston, Texas as he explores his local staples.

BUFFALO BAYOU - CISTERN

INSTAGRAM: @BUFFALOBAYOU
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Imagine The Ninja Turtles and Bane had a hangout area. It would probably look like the Buffalo Bayou Cistern. An old underground drinking water reservoir turned into an art exhibit for light artists, singing bowl performers, and much more.

An illustration of a Buffalo Bayou

MAD

INSTAGRAM: @MAD.HOUSTON
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Get the wood-roasted mushroom bamba rice! Enough said.

A waiter bear illustration

PETTY CASH

INSTAGRAM: @PETTYCASHHTX
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Into vintage? How about sneakers? Okay, but what about wrestling shirts? Then Petty Cash is the spot you have to check out. A must-visit place staple Houston.

A sneaker illustration

AXELRAD

INSTAGRAM: @AXELRADHOUSTON
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They have swinging chairs, giant glowing trees, live bands, and killer food. You can’t leave Houston without going to Axelrad.

A bass illustration

CACTUS MUSIC

INSTAGRAM: @CACTUS_MUSIC
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Houston's historic record shop. Keeping music alive one record at a time since 1947.

A cactus illustration

Discover the authentic flavors of Sabores

Three cans of sabores on a yellow background

FLAVOR GUIDE

WILLIAM WOOD 

INSTAGRAM: @WILLIAMGEOFFREY

A Houston native, seasoned foodie, and talented photographer known for capturing raw and authentic moments with his camera.

MAP ARTIST

JARED HENSLEY

INSTAGRAM: @WILDVIKINGSTUDIO

A Houston-based digital artist widely known for his unique and visually striking character design. These bold flavorful digital masterpieces can be seen on full display on his version of flavor maps.