Houston TikToker hilariously breaks down the city’s best locations for a mini — or major — meltdown

Can’t weep at dwelling for no matter purpose? Get in a good cry at one in all these Houston locations really useful by a native TikToker.

Inspired by a Facebook submit inquiring about the best Bayou City locations for a good cry session, Houston TikToker John Michael broke down the city’s primo sob spots in a latest post.

“Someone asked in a Facebook group the other day ‘What are the best places to cry in Houston?’” Michael says in the submit. “And honestly, that’s such a good question. So I’m gonna put you on to some good spots to spread your sadness around the city.”


Whether you’ll want to let unfastened a few tears or you’re feeling a full-blown existential disaster approaching, these are the city’s premier pity celebration locales, based on Michael.

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City Centre

“Up first is my personal favorite spot for crying — City Centre, over on the westside.Once you’re done blowing snot bubbles in the parking lot for like an hour, go to Urban Outfitters, get you a cut shirt. Go to Yard House, get you a skinny marg, you’re good as new,” stated Michael, who ended his evaluation of the sob spot with a chef’s kiss.

800 Town and Country Boulevard

The Shops at Highland Village

“Highland Village shops is also a really good place. I hate this area during the day but at night it’s a ghost town and they turn on all the lights on all the palm trees so it’s a very retro vibe for crying,” Michael continued.


1701 Shoal Creek

Buffalo Bayou Park

“So it’s probably not a shock to anyone that Buffalo Bayou made it onto the list. They’re plenty of benches and nooks and crannies and crevices for you to sob all over the place,” Michael stated of the standard park. “The skyline view just gives you no choice but to manifest your future and make it better.”

1800 Allen Parkway and Memorial Drive

Lola’s Depot

“If you’re crying over some drama with your best friend or a friend group in general, Lola’s Depot is definitely the best place to make some new friends and completely forget what you were crying about,” Michale stated. “The drinks are some of the cheapest in the city too so we love that.”

2327 Grant Street

Rothko Chapel

“And finally, Rothko Chapel is the best place for silent cryers who need peace and quiet,” Michael stated of the non secular house.

3900 Yupon Street

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What did Michael miss? What Houston locales would you add to this listing? Share your best Houston sob spots in the feedback under.

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