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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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  • C & F Drive Inn

    C & F Drive Inn

    6714 N. Main Street Houston, TX 77009

    The C & F stands for Cortez and Family, and this Heights neighborhood ice house has indeed been run by the Cortez family since opening in 1987. C & F has some of the cheapest beer we have come across in the city, a bucket of domestic for only a jaw-dropping $3.25. Schoolteachers, lawyers, auto mechanics, and people from every other conceivable walk of life from the neighborhood and beyond drop in for the cheap drinks and laid-back, friendly atmosphere. A game of pool costs only 50 cents, but if you knock the ball off the table you are required to put a dollar into the jukebox. The jukebox is of the Internet variety, and our bartender informed us that classic rock, Selena and Tom Jones are among some of the favorites. A corner full of games resembling video-poker machines out of Las Vegas sits with a warning sign advising “for amusement only.” The back yard allows for occasional barbecues and games of horseshoes and washers. Football is big here, with the Houston Texans the favorite pro team and Texas Tech and especially the University of Texas the preferred college squads. Former UT Heisman winner and Houston Oilers legend Earl Campbell even stopped in for a beer once. Read more about C & F Drive Inn >>

  • C & M Ice House

    2120 Allen Genoa Road Houston, TX 77017

  • C Phil's Piano Bar & Grill

    2403 Wentworth St. Houston, TX 77004

  • Cache Nightclub

    9336 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77063-3928

  • Cachet

    2027 Mangum Road Houston, TX 77092-8529

  • The Caddy Shack Bar & Grill

    The Caddy Shack Bar & Grill

    1809 Washington Ave. Houston, TX 77007
    713-426-1812 Despite the name, there is no direct tie-in between the Caddy Shack and the beloved Chevy Chase/Bill Murray golf comedy, or golf at all for that matter. Football is the game of choice at this cozy Washington Avenue sports bar, and the majority of sports memorabilia here is football-related, including a framed and signed jersey from Houston Oilers great Earl Campbell. A shelf full of authentic NFL and college helmets is also on display alongside some baseball and basketball stuff, to a lesser degree. Watch your game of choice on the 11 TVs hanging on the walls; the bar plans to add more on the outside deck still under construction. Sandwiches, burgers, nachos and chicken wings are among the food selections and, unusual for a sports bar, breakfast is served from 5:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. Come out to watch big pay-per-view boxing matches free of charge, and try the game-day specials served up by the friendly staff, who like to talk sports with the patrons. Read more about The Caddy Shack Bar & Grill >>

  • Cafe Europe

    Cafe Europe

    2711 Fountainview Houston, TX 77056

    Nestled in a Westheimer strip center apparently dedicated to the cuisine of almost every country in the world, Cafe Europe mixes old-world lounging with new-school bar culture. A coffeehouse with a full bar and hookah pipes, it is neither as wooly as a java joint nor as grizzled as a full-on liquor spot. The drink menu mainly includes wine, coffee drinks (with a kick of whatever distilled spirit you desire) and a host of beers. We tried the Black Russian, which is really just vodka and black coffee, and chased it with a sedate cup of proper hot tea - saucer and all. Cafe Europe is a surefire bet for a date all by itself, or as a nightcap after a meal at one of its many Indian and Mediterranean restaurant neighbors. Read more about Cafe Europe >>

  • Cafe Luxor Hookah Bar & Grill

    Cafe Luxor Hookah Bar & Grill

    3730 Washington Ave. Houston, TX 77007
    713-864-0000 This Egyptian-themed cafe, bar and hookah lounge features Egyptian murals painted by a local Heights artist throughout the building and patio, the highlight being the painting of King Tut and the pyramids behind the performance stage. Cafe Luxor serves up a variety of liquors, wines and beers, including six different varieties of beers from Houston's Karbach Brewing Company. The hookah has a local connection as well, as a large number of the 75-plus favored tobaccos offered come from the Haze Tobacco company in Stafford. An international food menu includes Mediterranean and Persian dishes as well as American bar food like pizzas, burgers and wings; the lemon-pepper wings are a customer favorite, according to the food and beverages manager we spoke with. Italian coffee imported from Italy is also available along with a variety of energy drinks, as well as Dom Pérignon champagne for that special occasion. Luxor calls itself the place “Where The Fun Never Stops,” and to prove it offers a weekly schedule of events that includes open-mike night, karaoke, live music and live belly dancers who mix things up by sometimes dancing with swords, fire and snakes. All ages are welcome at Luxor, which stays open until 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights, serving coffee, hookah and food after hours until closing. Read more about Cafe Luxor Hookah Bar & Grill >>

  • Caligula Xxi

    2618 Winrock Blvd. Houston, TX 77057-4306

  • Camereta at Paulie's

    1834 Westheimer Road Houston, TX 77098

    COMING SOON Read more about Camereta at Paulie's >>

  • Canary Club

    711 Freeport St. Houston, TX 77015-4003

  • Cancun Drive-In

    222 Yale St. Houston, TX 77007-3604

  • Cancun Sport Bar

    8250 Lawndale St. Houston, TX 77012-3706

  • Cantera's Mexican Grill & Bar

    8765 Spring-Cypress Road Spring, TX 77379-3134

  • Canyon Creek Cafe

    Canyon Creek Cafe

    6603 Westcott St. Houston, TX 77007

    Just a skip away from Memorial Park and housed in a converted pool hall, Canyon Creek Cafe oozes the same laid-back, Hill Country vibe as sister restaurants Onion Creek, Dry Creek, and Cedar Creek. Head out to the open patio and relax with a few cold ones while noshing on beef empanadas and spicy salsa verde, artichoke hummus and veggies, or a variety of sandwiches, salads and more. On weekends, grab a seat under the umbrella-covered tables to enjoy a tall cup of coffee and a leisurely Southern-style breakfast, served until 2 p.m. Read more about Canyon Creek Cafe >>

  • Capitol Bar

    Capitol Bar

    2415 Main St. Houston, TX 77002
    832-452-8954 Capitol Bar is mainly a patio bar, with a small(ish) indoor bar tacked on for good measure. It's an obvious choice to just hang out and knock a few back in the great outdoors without having to deal with the obnoxiousness that comes with the patios at some other Midtown bars. Low-key, huge patio, friendly bartenders, and food trucks parked in the back: this place is great. Read more about Capitol Bar >>

  • Caps Piano Bar

    Caps Piano Bar

    2610 Briar Ridge Houston, TX 77057

    Tucked away behind a House of Pies on Westheimer just outside Loop 610, this inconspicuous piano bar is a true hidden gem. The doors underneath Caps' plain-looking sign open to reveal a cozy old-time lounge frequented by longtime regulars who cluster around the square bar. Every Tuesday through Saturday night, the three stalwart gentlemen of house band Tighten Up do take requests, but mainly just lay out classic tune after classic tune while patrons drink along or perhaps hop onto the small dance floor. Mondays change the formula a bit as bar-goers come onstage to perform karaoke-style in front of the Last Minute Band. Caps doesn't charge cover as long as you're willing to buy a beverage, but with a soulful cast of characters and over 20 years of history, it's easy to stick around and soak in the charm. Read more about Caps Piano Bar >>

  • Captain Foxheart

    Captain Foxheart's Bad News Bar & Spirit Lodge

    308 Main St. Houston, TX 77002 If you haven't found your way to Bad News Bar yet, perhaps you should ditch the crowd your with and check it out alone. And we mean it -- there's a chance you won't all fit in the tiny little dive all at once. That's a good thing, though. It means that Bad News' small space is generally full of people in the know, who are drinking fancy smart-people cocktails like Amaya Old Fashioneds. So go on -- make a new friend or two. You won't be sorry. Read more about Captain Foxheart's Bad News Bar & Spirit Lodge >>

  • Captain Jack's Beach Bar

    1702 Seawall Blvd. Galveston, TX 77551

  • Caribbean Flavor Restaurant & Bar

    10850 Westheimer Rd. Houston, TX 77042

  • Carlos

    Carlos's Beer Garden

    18018 Texas 3 Webster, TX 77598

    The original Carlos no longer owns this open-air ice house in Webster, which has been in business since 1978; according to our waitress, though, he does still own the small barber shop just steps away. That’s right, here you can make one trip to get your haircut and drink some beers – it's very convenient. No liquor is sold at the Garden, and beer is by far the drink of choice, but wine is also available along with soda, water and setups for those who want to bring your bottle in. Carlos's has a very friendly, welcoming vibe, with a crowd of regulars that includes both blue- and white-collar workers, college students from nearby UH-Clear Lake, and retired folks. On a recent weekday afternoon the place was packed, and felt like a neighborhood backyard patio party. A woman was even parading around the bar with her baby granddaughter in tow, showing her off to the regulars. A digital jukebox hangs on the wall, but on our visit went largely ignored in favor of conversation. Patrons can also enjoy a game of pool or watch sports on one of the many TVs. Crawfish is served up from March until mid-June, and other bar food like chicken fried steak sandwiches, burgers and po-boys is served year-round. Read more about Carlos's Beer Garden >>

  • Carlton & Jackie's Sports Cafe

    5317 Briscoe St. Houston, TX 77033-3627

  • Carrington

    Carrington's Billiards

    9585 S. Main Houston, TX 77025

    Carrington's has been a South Main staple long enough that the tiled floor at the entrance actually reads "Carrington's." The bar itself is another rich, wooden testament to the lounge's age, and the bartenders serve the strong, cheap drinks with an equally old-school charm. For a place with such a cozy feel, Carrington's is huge, with three additional rooms and a second full bar, some dance-floor space and plenty of seating. On weeknights, it's a calm place to grab a drink and relax, but gets jumping when the weekend rolls around. Read more about Carrington's Billiards >>

  • Cascadas

    12126 Westheimer Road Houston, TX 77077-6683

  • Casey Ridge Jamboree

    28026 Farm-To-Market Road 1485 New Caney, TX 77357

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