The Official Southeast Texas Visitors Guide is devoted to the area's must-see attractions, best dining, shopping & outdoor activities.
Meghan is responsible for distributing the Official Southeast Texas Visitor Guide to area businesses, restaurants and hotels. She ensures that both locals and tourists are informed with up-to-date Beaumont happenings including annual events, new businesses and developments, CVB promotions and more. Meghan also works closely with all Beaumont CVB personnel to aid in preparation for trade shows, special events and CVB programs.
Bachelor of Arts & Science in English - Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas
Texas Association of Convention & Visitor Bureaus (TACVB), Texas Renaissance Festival Friends
Going to see live music shows featuring our fantastic local talent and sipping on good Texas whiskey. Maybe it’s something in the water, but singers and musicians from the Spindletop area blow me away. Every weekend you can lend an ear to fancy guitar riffs, sweet country crooning or even punk rockabilly snarling at one of Beaumont's many venues. Be it The Logon Café, Texas Rose Saloon or a local dive bar, we’ve got some pretty amazing songwriters and performers.
Fall is by far my favorite time of year. The temperature drops and many festivals and events spring up for locals to enjoy in the cooler weather. Rocktoberfest in downtown Beaumont is always a blast!
The Logon Café is a small performing space with a big heart. It's a family-owned venue, that boasts regular live music, cozy meeting space for local clubs and organizations and a delicious menu. Top it off with a great back porch to sample craft beer and wine and you can't go wrong. If you stop in, ask for Chantell. She can make a mean mimosa to go with your brunch! Another favorite of mine is Courville's Catering & Concert Hall. It's hard to argue with a down-home country atmosphere, Texas Country music and delicious Cajun food.
Dat Mac Food Truck - by far! If you haven't experienced their gourmet mac-&-cheese, you're missing out. Anything they offer is delicious! (I visit Dat Mac at least once or twice a week, so trust me on this.) Another favorite: Madison’s on Dowlen. They have a robust menu, but I highly recommend the chicken and sausage gumbo. Tia Juanita’s on Calder is a Tex-Mex meets Cajun seafood joint that you cannot miss. Not only can you bring in your own fresh caught fish for them to cook up for you, they have boudain quesadillas. (‘Nuff said.)