Main Street Crossing

(281) 290-0431 | View Website

111 W Main St, Tomball, TX | Directions   77375

30.097613 -95.614345

Open Hours

Sun: 10am-6pm

 
Coffeehouses, Restaurants, Live Music

Neighborhoods:

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Menu
Chips and Salsa, Chips and Queso, Chips with Spinach and Artichoke, Chicken Salad Sandwich, Hamburger, Cheeseburger, Hot and Spicy Burger, Caesar Salad, Pepperoni Pizza, Margherita Pizza... more

Reviews for Main Street Crossing

Recommends
over a year ago

BEST place to see a concert in an intimate setting. Excellent acoustics,. Seats 180 people. Beer and wine only, but plenty from which to choose. Controlled, mature crowd the nights we were there.

We had their margarita pizza and it was just fine, wasn't frozen as one reviewer stated. I wouldn't call this a dinner theater, maybe they were trying to push it as such at one time, but now there's music here three or four nights a week., and they happen to serve food. We saw Ezra Charles (awesome show), Shake Russell (Waylon's done some of his songs) - both excellent Texas boys. We are buying tix for Gary P Nunn - I know, can you believe he's going to play in TOMBALL?

I wouldn't come here to eat dinner. We had the pizza as stated above and it was more of a snack, yet satisfying, in other words, it wasn't terrible. I saw hamburgers being served last night. they looked average but if I were a musician, as intimate as this venue is, it would be like sitting at the kitchen table playing your music while others at the table were eating. Just kinda weird, that's all. Go eat at the Rib Tickler or Goodson's, then come here for your music. I think I saw maybe five hamburgers being served, and the place was packed, point being no one really comes here to eat.

Service was above average. We didn't want for anything.

Main street requires reservations, and you will be turned away if there isn't room for you. That's just the way it is. Try to get your reservations early, the tables are comfy but the bench seating towards the middle of the venue was not comfortable for two hours.

The crowd has been an older one - 40 and up, although my 21 year old loved Main Street too. Thankfully the music starts at 8:00 and on time, too. That's nice for us maturing folks. The musicians hang around between sets (20 mins or so) and it's like a little meet and greet.

Kinda disappointing that one reviewer gave this place bad marks because the play he saw sucked and was given bad directions. Where's your GPS, dude, or Google maps?

Oh, and Tomball cops are Nazis so watch your speed in town.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Random Guy – I randomly stopped by here one Sunday to find out a benefit was going on to send this girl to do medical aid overseas (good luck in Africa, Jessica!!), and stayed to check out this new spot in sleepy Tomball. There was a good showing and I was quite impressed by the place. Imagine that someone slapped a stage in your local Starbuck's and rocked on for hours. I can easily say that I will be frequently visiting this place on those nights when I just want to randomly get out for the night and have a good time. The staff was really friendly also. Can't wait to get back.

 

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