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The Ginger Man Pub

The Ginger Man Pub

Boasting what the bar claims is "America's largest selection of import draughts," the Ginger Man surely has a brew to suit you amongst the 68 on draft and additional 140-150 bottled suds.
Under The Volcano

Under The Volcano

Don't miss the "steak night" special on Monday nights, when a 16-ounce USDA Choice ribeye with tossed salad and mashed potatoes is a bargain.
Dan Electro's Guitar Bar

Dan Electro's Guitar Bar

A smattering of old guitars and groovy fluorescent skating-rink stars decorate the walls, and Dan Electro's corner stage has played host to too many local and regional names to count (most often blues, folk, roots-rock and hard rock).

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  • 1500 Lounge

    Yale & 15th Houston, TX 77008

  • 18th Street Pier Bar & Grill

    101 18th Street Dickinson, TX 77539

  • 1919 Wine and Mixology

    1919 Wine and Mixology

    2736 Virginia St. Houston, TX 77098

    A hybrid of wine and specially-curated cocktails right next door to The Oak Bar, 1919 Wine & Mixology manages to get both right. Featuring about 140 different wines from around the world, including sustainable and organic options, it also carries a full list of craft cocktails if wine ain't your thing. The decor is simply gorgeous, with a kind of antique-meets-modern elegance that creates an ambiance definitely worth a trip outside your dive-bar comfort zone. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The 19th Hole

    The 19th Hole

    202 Sawdust Spring, TX 77380
    281-363-2574 Way out on the border of the Woodlands, in what is technically still Spring, lies the smoky, dimly lit 19th Hole. It's really several bars under one roof: Sports bar, neighborhood hangout, pool hall, and music venue on nights when the curtained-off back room is open. Behind the pool tables up front, any of the clustered mass of tables has a great view of the bar's many big screens; some booths have their own televisions too. Don't be surprised to hear 19th Hole's bartenders asking customers if they'd like "the usual," either. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • 2 A Days Sports Bar

    2 A Days Sports Bar

    10555 Pearland Parkway Houston, TX 77089
    713-991-0453 This is Pearland's de facto sports bar, in a growing town that is still sweet on the bring-your-own-liquor dives and the odd chain wing joint. 2 A Days location off Pearland Parkway makes it almost centrally-located for the drinking suburbanites and the folks who live off the adjacent Beltway 8. When this place gets busy, expect a few minutes for a beer, but the scenery, with suburban beauty queens and amateur bodybuilders preening for each other, should make you forget the wait for your Shiner draft. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • 20 Below Sports Lounge

    20 Below Sports Lounge

    3111 N. Fry Road Katy, TX 77449
    281-579-2008 This shiny new sports bar boasts 28 different martinis - hence the glass in the logo - and a massive 200-inch projection screen. The large single room is split by a U-shaped bar top, with 25 barstools awaiting customers. The right side of the bar has games such as pool, darts and Golden Tee, while a stage is on the left. A lounge-style landing, complete with fireplace and plump leather couches, sits in the back corner. 20 Below's kitchen pumps out food daily, from sliders and bigger burgers to a "Sunday NFL Breakfast" during football season. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • 2727 Canal

    2727 Canal St. Houston, TX 77003

  • 2828 Lounge

    2828 Lounge

    2828 SW Freeway Houston, TX 77098
    713-942-2111 2828 Lounge is the hotel bar of the Sheraton Four Points near Greenway Plaza, so most of its customers are either passing through Houston or meeting someone who is. Lacking the distractions of club lights and loud music, the bar is well-lit with plenty of cozy seating, a few televisions and a pair of computers, and a full slate of libations. 2828 might not be a traditional hotel lounge, but it makes a good hideaway for those wanting a spot a bit off the map. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • 300 Houston

    300 Houston

    925 Bunker Hill Road Houston, TX 77024-1301

  • 360 Sports Lounge

    360 Sports Lounge

    4601 Washington Ave. Houston, TX 77007
    713-677-0398 360 Sports Lounge may look like another faceless sports bar from just driving by. But the inside is filled with marble tables, high-backed chairs, dark lighting, a separate room for pool sharks, a small area with a sectional leather couch to watch things without balls, helmets or nets. Provided you're looking for a relaxed atmosphere away from the two-story sports bars and super-chains down the street, this one will satisfy. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • 3rd Bar

    3rd Bar

    2600 Travis Houston, TX 77006
    713-526-8282 Few Houston bars allow their clientele to enjoy a nationally acclaimed menu as well, but Third Bar does - it's part of Midtown seafood restaurant Reef, which The New York Times called "electrifying and surprisingly intimate." Located to the left of the building's entrance, 3rd Bar serves finger foods like oysters on the half shell and shrimp spring rolls as you knock back a few cold ones. (Reef proper, where you'll be greeted by smiling waiters in blue jeans, is to the right.) Whether you're looking for a romantic dinner or a quick escape from downtown's hustle and bustle, 3rd Bar offers quality service in an upscale yet relaxed atmosphere. Be warned that parking is not always easy to come by, though. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • 3rd Floor Bar

    3rd Floor Bar

    2303 Smith St. Houston, TX 77006

    3rd Floor Bar may be situated on top of another Midtown staple, Pub Fiction, but its bird's-eye view of Houston from the massive rooftop patio makes it a clear winner. Wanna know what else makes this rooftop awesome? A little thing called cocktails on tap, not to mention about 50 types of wine on tap. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • 4500 Washington Avenue

    4500 Washington Avenue

    4500 Washington Houston, TX 77007

  • 510 Bar

    510 Bar

    7410 Fairbanks N. Houston Road Houston, TX 77040

    This bar's sign, complete with the classic image of a pool player about to break, beckons from a lonely stretch of Fairbanks-North Houston Road. Despite its forlorn location, the hazy 510 is full of chatty regulars, most of whom will introduce themselves in short order. The corner stage hosts a rolling karaoke night, shuffleboard is free, and friendly challenges for the video bowling machine are commonplace. Brews are cheap and cold, and a pair of pool tables awaits those drawn in by that sign. Bustling even on a Tuesday night, 510 Bar feels a bit like a small town, because it almost is a small town. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • 510 Sports Bar (Mason Rd.)

    510 Sports Bar (Mason Rd.)

    510 S. Mason Road Katy, TX 77450

    510 Bar is full of regulars who call each other by name, some of whom are so dedicated that they've each bought one foot of track on the "510 Railroad" that runs above the old wooden bar top. Don't be surprised to hear a "Gig 'Em!" or three: This small spot on Mason Road is Aggie-owned, as several signs throughout proudly testify. A few pool tables rest on a landing to the left of the door - they're free on Wednesday and Thursday - and a small stage in the back hosts music on weekends. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • 517 Bar

    3401 Gulf Freeway Dickinson, TX 77539

  • 55

    5510 Morningside Drive Houston, TX 77005

    A self-proclaimed "Texas Rock Restaurant and Bar," 55 in Rice Village features a cocktail menu with drinks named after famous Texas artists like Willie Nelon and Janis Joplin – although we recommend sticking with classics here, such as a Manhattan – and a menu that's heavy on comfort food classics. Especially good are the elbow macaroni and cheese in a creamy sauce that's flavored with ham, and the munchable house-made pickles, which feature okra as well as cucumbers. Weekends here generally feature pig roasts and a packed patio. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • 5th Amendment Bar

    5th Amendment Bar

    2900 Travis Houston, TX 77006
    832-474-3394 The goal of 5th Amendment is clear: To provide a spot where fun and frivolity abound. Velvet ropes guard the door, and just slipping past the doorman is a feat in itself. Inside, a large dance floor bustles with movement, with women, liquor, and men fawning over both. Fog machines pump in a hazy atmosphere while a professional lighting rig bounces lasers around the room. Private tables, complete with bottle service, line the dance floor as well as an elevated landing overlooking all the action. The two bars inside are big enough to handle quite a crowd, and a patio is available when escaping the dancing is necessary. This one is a favorite with local rappers and visiting celebs, so you'll never know who you may be run into in the restroom. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The 611

    The 611

    611 Hyde Park Blvd. Houston, TX 77006

    A converted house with green wood panels, antique Tiffany lamps and beat-up barstools, the 611 (aka Hyde Park Pub) is more intimate than the flashier nearby venues. The decor and lively regulars hovering around the bar give it a neighborhood feel, with a pool table and dartboards available as standard barroom amusements. Country, pop and rock fill the air inside, but the patio offers a quieter option to spend your evening hours. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Abbey Pub

    Abbey Pub

    2002 N. Fry Road Katy, TX 77449
    281-579-2390 Making its home in a strip center tucked off of Fry Road, this neighborhood pub has an older charm. The bar still allows smoking inside and plays host to a weekly comedy showcase, a monthly metal night and cover bands on the weekend. The large interior houses three pool tables, several bar games, plenty of seating and a performance stage. Three televisions hang over an angled bar that has room for around 20 people. The blackened windows create a dark atmosphere that makes the Abbey a comfortable hideout no matter the time of day, and a large projection screen pulls down over the stage. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Absinthe


    609 Richmond Houston, TX 77006
    713-528-7575 Absinthe overflows with lush libations in an unmarked lower Montrose building that looks like an office warehouse. Ideal for date night or a low-key nightcap, the low-lit lounge offers a variety of martinis, beer and wine to accompany signature "Green Fairy" cocktails such as the Hallucinating Melon, Inferno or Hemingway's Revenge. The bar seating is supplemented by some couches up front and tables in the back room. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Addix


    33 Waugh Drive Houston, TX 77007
    832-752-3553 Yet another Washington Avenue bar that has turned over in 2012, Addix was once Kobain, a well-liked haunt on a side street off Waugh, just blocks from the avenue. Where Kobain had a charm to it -- and a great Scotch selection -- Addix seems to not know what it wants to be. Dance club or patio bar? Hopefully it finds out soon. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Agave Bar

    16231 Clay Rd Houston, TX 77084

  • Agora


    1712 Westheimer Houston, TX 77098
    713-526-7212 Westheimer's vital wine-and-coffee hotspot teems with life every night of the week. The Greek-themed Montrose study-like drinkery is perfect for a night studying with fellow collegiate types, or just a quiet first-date night, to suss out whether or not your current crush is worth keeping around. Plenty of wine varieties are available for the discriminating palette, and be sure to check out the jukebox. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Al

    Al's Sports Bar

    16203 Westheimer Houston, TX 77082
    281-493-9797 The newly renovated Al's Sports Bar, on the edge of George Bush Park near Highway 6, is a lively, rowdy suburban watering hole. Besides lots of TV screens and tank-top-clad waitresses, the football goalpost by the bar leaves no doubt about Al's sporting nature - shouts and sighs carry through the establishment right up to the final play. Besides any game you could possibly want to watch, Al's features live music on the weekends, Texas Hold 'Em tournaments Tuesdays and Thursdays, and a weekly lingerie show on Wednesdays. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

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