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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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  • Big Top Lounge

    Big Top Lounge

    3714 Main Houston, TX 77002
    713-529-9666 The Big Top is the little brother of the Continental Club next door and the surlier cousin of uber-hipster watering hole The Mink around the corner. This block is one of Houston's most colorful, its restaurants and music venues teeming with life on the weekends. As hinted in its moniker, the Big Top is heavy on circus decor, festooned with dusty, quaint portraits and signs from that bygone yet uniquely American era of hucksters and freak shows. But that is just a small part of the bar's story. Live music happens most nights the Big Top is open, from garage-rock DJs to various Americana and covers acts playing under a big birdcage in the corner of the bar. If you feel like getting some fresh air under the stars, the back door opens onto the Continental's backyard and the outdoor Pachinko Hut bar. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Big Woodrow

    Big Woodrow's Bar & Grill

    3111 Chimney Rock Houston, TX 77056
    713-784-2653 The big brother of all the other scattered Little Woodrow's, the elder Woodrow's off Chimney Rock has made it's name with seven days a week of beer specials, a stellar bar menu and a strangely thrilling amount of 40 television screens. As the big sibling, this Woodrow's also serves the hard stuff; all but one of the Little's serves beer exclusively. During football season, BW's is fan central, with all those screens playing every game available. As the weather warms up, Woodrow's dishes out some expertly seasoned crawfish with all the trimmings for your head-sucking, finger-licking pleasure. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Bikini Beach Clear Lake

    1025 W. Nasa Webster, TX 77598-4911

  • Bimbo

    Bimbo's Beer & BBQ

    16718 Huffsmith Kohrville Road Houston, TX 77070

    Bimbo's bills itself as “The friendliest bar in Texas” and it certainly attracts a lot of Texas bikers, by the usual lineup of bikes parked outside. Bimbo’s offers strong beer, loud karaoke and a friendly staff. The daily Happy Hour specials on domestic beers are reason enough to stop by, as are the Tuesdays, when you’ll asked to spin the wheel, and the number you land on is the number you’ll pay for your drink. On Sundays, $3 Bloody Mary specials are sure help you launch your new singing career on the karaoke machine. Bimbo’s is located in northwest Houston, just off Texas 249. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • BJ's Sports Pub

    9615 Southwest Freeway Houston, TX 77074-1332

  • The Black Swan

    The Black Swan

    4 Riverway Houston, TX 77056
    713-871-8181 In the basement of the Omni Hotel, the Black Swan doesn’t spend much time marketing itself. An in-the-know hotspot for wedding and business parties, this underground club manages to feel upscale and even somewhat refined while maintaining an atmosphere that implores visitors to party all night. The bartenders are friendly and favorable with their pour; the dance floor is always lively and packed; and the drinks aren’t as expensive as you might initially suppose for an Omni-related bar. The self-parking is a bit of a pain, but if you can make your way through the garage, into the hotel and down the elevator, it’s well worth the trip. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Blu


    2248 Texas Drive Sugar Land, TX 77479

  • The Blue Door

    The Blue Door

    11124 Westheimer Houston, TX 77042
    713-866-4025 Tucked behind an anonymous strip mall off Westheimer and the Sam Houston Tollway is The Blue Door. With a DJ almost every night, the Blue Door caters to the urban/hip hop atmosphere and has been the location for a few music videos. Friday nights are catered, Saturday nights are Caribbean and ladies get in free at Sunday's Ladies Night. Most nights end well past 2 a.m., and food is always prevalent with a barbecue trailer pit set up nearby for refueling. The Blue Door's 10 flat screen TVs are always tuned to sports channels for those multi-taskers, and the club offers three VIP areas and a section for private parties. Cover is $10 before midnight; $20 after. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Blue Lagoon

    Blue Lagoon

    1248 Witte Road Houston, TX 77055

    The first thing that stands out about Blue Lagoon is the sign above the bar that reads, "No pissy attitudes." The bar takes this seriously, but prides itself on a friendly atmosphere where the bartenders (especially Jack) will learn your name - and use it - before you leave for the first time. It's been under the same ownership for three decades, and the waitstaff isn't afraid to turn away customers who've had one too many. The back wall is covered with pictures of regulars carousing around the bar and the ceiling-fan-cooled back patio. Busy during the early evenings, Blue Lagoon gets quieter the later it's open, matching the low-key but wide-ranging selection of music on the juke box. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Blur


    710 Pacific Houston, TX 77006
    713-529-3447 When Blur's door opens, smoke comes tumbling out. This 18-and-up club forms one corner of a Pacific Street triangle, with J.R.'s and Montrose Mining Company across the road. The first floor features a smoke-filled dance floor with techno favorites and house beats, while a sizable porch waits out back. The second floor has a quieter bar setting with nooks and crannies to disappear into, along with two balconies overlooking Pacific. Any night Blur is open is a good night for Top 40 remixes; Sundays feature musica Latina. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The Boat Yard

    3749 Greenbriar St. Houston, TX 77098-4005

  • Boheme Cafe & Wine Bar

    Boheme Cafe & Wine Bar

    307 Fairview Houston, TX 77006
    713-529-1099 Boheme's moody lighting, wraparound patio, and eclectic smattering of classy chairs and couches make for a charming atmosphere to enjoy Montrose's neighborhood color. Boheme's homemade sangria is a big hit, and thanks to the second bar on the back patio, grabbing a drink is even faster when there's a weekend crowd. The menu features bistro-style American and European upscale-casual fare. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Boneyard Drinkery

    Boneyard Drinkery

    8150 Washington Ave. Houston, TX 77007
    832-494-1600 As far as bars go, The Boneyard is one for the dogs. No, seriously. This Washington Avenue spot just north of I-10 is believed to be the world's first combination bar and dog park. With 7,000 square feet of fenced-in backyard for the pups, a roomy patio, and interior filled with doggy decor, this drinkery caters both to man and his best friend. No food or liquor is served due to Houston's ordinances concerning four-legged creatures, but Boneyard's beverage selection includes several microbrews, wine and coffee, and you can order bites off the various food trucks that come through. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Bonnie's Lounge

    1309 College Ave. South Houston, TX 77587

  • The Boom Boom Room

    The Boom Boom Room

    2518 Yale Houston, TX 77008
    713-868-3740 This Heights wine bar has a funky, bold, colorful '60s decor, and serves some of the best bar food around, with live music to boot. Boom Boom Room has an extensive international wine list, offering many by the glass, along with some wonderful beers. At lunch, it's easy to fill up on their panini - there's salami, beef and tuna versions, to name a few - and the cheese plate and mezze platter both go down well with the wines. Try the homemade strawberry shortcake. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Boondocks


    1417 Westheimer Houston, TX 77006
    713-522-8500 Since opening in Summer 2007, Boondocks has become the third corner of the Lower Westheimer triangle with Poison Girl and Catbirds. It's not just the stellar jukebox, massive smoking area outside, or the storied but seldom-working photo booth - it's that any night of the week, you can experience any scene or genre you want. Boons very much represents young Montrose, and has gone through a few changes recently. It's become more geared to electro nights and dance parties, and has instituted karaoke on Sunday evenings. It's still the best bet in Montrose for holding a throwdown with a big group of friends, or just lounging on the patio with the rest of the tobacco-loving crowd in the evening. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Boondoggle

    Boondoggle's Pub & Pizzeria

    4106 Nasa Road One Seabrook, TX 77586
    281-326-2739 Clear Lake and Seabrook have dozens of great seaside bars, but it's Boondoggle's Pub I find myself frequenting most often down south. It may not offer the great views of other Clear Lake watering holes, but this one has the advantage of looking and feeling like an authentic English pub in its own, odd way. It also has the advantage of offering some truly tasty food, like pizzas cooked in a wood-fired oven -- a damn sight better than the Totino's-style pizza rolls offered by most bars. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Bourbon Street Sports Bar

    Bourbon Street Sports Bar

    803 S. Mason Road Katy, TX 77450
    281-398-2424 Katy's Bourbon Street can feel as boisterous as its New Orleans namesake. The spacious room frames a bar top with well after well of libations, and the stage in the far corner hosts a rowdy karaoke night and live music on the weekends. Several pool tables occupy the front of the room, and nightly tournaments are held at the four poker tables in the back. Smoking is still allowed inside, so Bourbon Street can end up quite hazy by the end of the night. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The Brewery Tap

    The Brewery Tap

    717 Franklin Houston, TX 77002
    713-237-1537 A state historical marker outside the Brewery Tap honors the building's past as one of Houston's biggest breweries, which at one point took up several acres of what is now prime downtown real estate. Housed in the old Houston Ice & Brewing Company building (the actual brewery shuttered in 1950), the bar has an old-school luster otherwise only found downtown at La Carafe or Warren's Inn a few blocks east. Depending on the season, the Brewery Tap is also a perfect spot to lay low after an Astros or Rockets game. Sharing the building with the Brewery Tap, the Magnolia Ballroom hosts wedding receptions and the like in its grand halls. If you come on the right night, you can sometimes catch a punk show too. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Brews Brothers Brew Pub

    2404 Strand St. Galveston, TX 77550

  • Brewski

    Brewski's Pub

    12914 FM 1960 Houston, TX 77065
    281-517-0782 On the outskirts of town, Brewski's makes a fine hideaway. Though the bar area may be small, there are seats aplenty and a large, tree-covered patio. The taps mostly pour American standards, but the bottled selection of suds expands drinkers' options considerably. Six televisions provide every seat a view of whatever game is currently onscreen, daily specials pull in the neighborhood regulars and Wednesdays and Saturdays bring live music. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Brian O

    Brian O'Neill's Traditional Irish Pub

    5555 Morningside Houston, TX 77005
    713-522-2603 This Rice Village bar is a fixture on that neighborhood's bar scene, and it's a mandatory stop for any party blazing a path through the 'hood on the weekends. There's a roomy outdoor patio, cover bands reel out the hits on the weekends, and you can always expect to leave walking at an angle. Since 2002 it's been a proving ground for Rice University livers and a favorite of the older set who enjoy the dark ambience and — gasp — accessible seating. Space at the bar is cramped with guys and gals flirting, so make sure you just post up at a table and make nice with a roving waiter or waitress to keep yourself lubricated. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The Briar Club

    3900 Timmons Lane Houston, TX 77027

  • Brick House Tavern + Tap

    Brick House Tavern + Tap

    12910 NW Freeway Houston, TX 77040
    713-462-0576 Brick House's big screen TVs are strategically placed so that one is always within view. Comfortable leather sofas are available in the lounge. Waitresses and bartenders are dressed in short denim shorts and tight black tops. The food ranges from typical bar food to more somewhat healthier fare such as Caesar salads, herb roasted chicken, and grilled mahi mahi. With the dessert menu entitled "The Happy Ending," Brick House is geared more toward the bachelor than the family man. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Brittmoore Ice House

    1535 Brittmoore Houston, TX 77063

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