Get the door, its the liquor store
Spring is a rustic town a short distance north of Houston, Texas. The story goes that railroad workers laying new... tracks into Houston reached the city's outskirts just in time for Spring, and the surrounding suburb maintained the seasonal name. Today, Spring residents stick to their humble roots: restaurants in former train depots, a bar in the old town prison and even a historical museum packed with Americana antiques. Not everything in Spring is stuck in the 19th century — locals have a Six Flags water park and Topgolf driving range within city limits. Living in Spring means you can access the job opportunities in and around Houston while preserving the old-fashioned charms of a Texas saloon. However, you may have to adjust to bumper-to-bumper traffic on I-45 during rush hour. Kick your boots off and let Drizly spring into action. Once you're home, crank that AC and let Drizly bring your post-work cocktail rather than add an extra stop on your commute.