But the downside to living in Downtown Houston is that the majority of all the decent/interesting nightlife is on Wertheimer, in Midtown, the heights or any place other than Downtown. House of Blues is a nice new addition, and the Saucer & Franks is always good for a beer. But what about wanting to hear some decent rock, or blues belted out with some real soul. We have a lot of former New Orleans residents living here, but only a small amount of their influence in the nightlife scene, and that�s only when you search for it in between every rock and hard place. On the weekend I have to leave downtown, because the crowd that shows up is chalked full of out-of-towns and way too many 'popped-collars' LOLAnother issue is that all the good places to eat are only open during lunch or till 8-9 during the week. Seriously? It's downtown Houston, not Peoria Oklahoma (does that even exist;-P) But I'm sure you get my point. At least most nights I can hop on the light rail and check out whoever is playing at the Continental Club and grab tacos from next door.
A girl can only dream of variety.