We Humbly Submit This Houston Valentine's Day Itinerary for Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner's Consideration
Last night he got a key to the city, and he's got the rest of the week to put it to use: Everyone knows Travis Scott pads his tours with a buffer around Houston stops, and this time is no different—his next performance, in Kansas City, isn't until February 17. That means he's hanging around home for a while, and today, the most romantic day of the year, we're betting baby mama Kylie Jenner is close by.
So, what do a couple of young parents with a combined net worth of something like $922 million do to celebrate their love? Answer: absolutely anything they want.
Since they're (almost certainly still) in Houston, we've got a few suggestions. Travis and Kylie, you crazy kids, do with this list what you will. Just tell them Houstonia sent you.
But First, Shopping
Their last River Oaks District date night made headlines in May 2018, so why not return to the luxury shopping and dining enclave for round two? There's Cartier, because Kylie can never have too many Love bracelets, and de Boulle, home to Travis's next Patek Philippe. P.J. Tucker's new sneaker collab at Giuseppe Zanotti? A fresh Birkin from Hermès? Kim-approved date night unmentionables from Tom Ford? Throw it all in the bag. And, if the two aren't already secretly married, perhaps some ring shopping at Harry Winston is in order. They can cap it all off with an Insta story in front of ROD's live flower wall installed outside Touluse specially for the occasion. Because if it didn't go on Kylie's 'gram, did it ever really happen?
Smile for Me, (Mommy and) Daddy
And if a rapper comes to Houston without visiting Johnny Dang, well, was he ever here? Scott's love of the famous ice maker is already documented, and there's no better time than Valentine's Day for a fresh set of his-and-hers grillz. We're thinking a pink candy paint set, or maybe custom chains with diamond "Stormi" pendants.
Table for Two
By this point our precious pair will have surely spent worked up an appetite, and we'd like to give them options for dinner. They can't go wrong with a meal from foodie favorite Chris Shepherd's latest, Georgia James, but the gourmet steakhouse crowd might not appreciate a couple of celebrities shutting down one of the hottest spots in the city, tonight of all nights. Maybe they're missing Malibu, in which case they should hit up Nobu in the Galleria. If that's too obvious, they could take a cue from Camila Cabello and head across the street to Yauatcha. But why complicate things? The reliably upscale Mastro's promises extravagance and convenience, because...
$20,000 Ain't Nothin'
...They're staying at The Post Oak, duh. We're fairly certain the posh AAA Five Diamond hotel introduced its outrageous, $20,000 Valentine's Day package with the Jenner-Scott duo in mind, for whom that kind of fee—which carries with it a private helicopter tour of the city, couple's spa services, fine jewelry, a stay in the ritzy, apartment-sized Presidential Suite, and next-day breakfast in bed—is chump change. Plus, there's discreet private elevator access, because you know the paps are always watching.