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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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  • Cash Box Karaoke

    10600 Bellaire Blvd. Houston, TX 77072

  • Castillo's Bar

    313 Coronado St. Houston, TX 77009-3932

  • Catbirds


    1336 Westheimer Houston, TX 77006
    713-523-8000 Located just a few blocks past the Montrose and Westheimer intersection, the jazzy Catbirds is a quiet bastion of old-school cool in the neighborhood. It has a unique vibe that can't quite be pinned down. It's ridiculously bright inside, the better to see all your nightly conquests we suppose. The drinks are never mild, the beer is always cold and there are always shenanigans going down on the small wood patio. Some nights bar staff can be seen tending to a barbecue pit on the front sidewalk, for those not down with the fast-food offerings surrounding the bar. Most nights all of your boutique beers and liquors are on special, and the Jagermeister flows like water. Read more about Catbirds >>

  • Catty Corner Ice House

    Catty Corner Ice House

    895 Wakefield Houston, TX 77018
    713-691-9197 An ice house smack in the middle of Oak Forest, Catty Corner isn't as ensconced in beer and foodie culture as Petrol Station down the street. Here you won't find long lines or waits, just cold beer and the odd metaphysical conversation. The backyard has a horseshoe pit and plenty of space for your party to sprawl out, shaded by the many trees during the afternoon. You'll routinely see the bar's neighbors walking out of their houses to stop by and visit after the evening news. Read more about Catty Corner Ice House >>

  • Cecil's Office

    600 W. Gray St. Houston, TX 77019

  • Cecil

    Cecil's Pub

    600 W. Gray Houston, TX 77019
    713-527-9101 Cecil's is a Montrose drinking institution, full of a surliness and warmth that only family can give you. The small television nook to the left of the bar, complete with a worn-in couch, is perfect for lazing the night away after a day in the high-rise salt mines down the street. It's easy to hide inside a darkened booth if that's your bag, or you can hold court out on the deck. To soundtrack your pool-sharking or dart-throwing ways, the jukebox oozes with old punk rock and other required Houston roots selections. For the thrifty drinker, Monday nights feature cheap wells and draw a huge, smoky crowd, and grilled foods to the front deck. Read more about Cecil's Pub >>

  • Cedar Creek

    Cedar Creek

    1034 W. 20th Houston, TX 77008
    713-808-9623 Cedar Creek Cafe is a beer-and-burger joint that calls itself a Hill Country Cafe and wishes it was in Austin. The yearning for the vibe of Texas' hipster capital is overwhelming. Take advantage of the free wi-fi -- when it is free that is -- and soak in the frat element here. The excellent house java is supplied by Katz Coffee Company, and the breakfasts are excellent, even though the restaurant doesn't open until 11 a.m. on most days. Read more about Cedar Creek >>

  • Cedar Lounge

    Cedar Lounge

    7237 Airline Houston, TX 77076

    The inconspicuous, windowless, orange-roofed Cedar Lounge has been an Airline Drive mainstay for nearly 50 years. Former home to legendary white blues musician Joey Long, who passed in 1995, the stage rests deep within the lounge's dark interior. In front is a dance floor, which occupies a healthy piece of the medium-sized bar's real estate, and the trio of pool tables in the back are frequented by regulars taking drags on cigarettes and often running the table. The beers are cold and cheap, the service is old-fashioned, and anyone spending any length of time here is bound to come away with a story or two. Read more about Cedar Lounge >>

  • Cedar Street Courtyard

    Cedar Street Courtyard

    208 W. 4th St. Austin, TX 78701

  • Cellar 17

    Cellar 17

    6608 FM 1960 W. Houston, TX 77069
    281-893-6400 If you detect a whiff of cigar smoke inside this cozy Tomball wine bar, there's an easy explanation: Not only is a humidor adjacent, but the owners allow customers to puff away inside. Cellar 17 is really almost more shop than bar, but patrons are free to linger and sip, or perhaps enjoy one of the periodic tastings. Big, comfy living-room furniture offers somewhere to sit, and racks upon racks of bottles around the room house the bar's inventory of more than 300 labels. Monthly and quarterly clubs offer selected wines and discounted bottles to members. Cellar 17 has a small food menu, and allows customers to bring in outside victuals. Read more about Cellar 17 >>

  • Cellar Bar

    Cellar Bar

    3140 Richmond Houston, TX 77098
    713-528-6435 If you find yourself visiting the dimly-lit and dirty-looking Cellar Bar before midnight, you'll most likely find it empty inside. The outside patio however, is the hot spot for patrons, mostly all smokers. The bar offers pool tables, a Wii, dart boards, and karaoke on Fridays. The bartenders are always laid-back, and good music is usually playing from the jukebox. Did we mention that the pitchers of Lone Star are only $6? That's good enough reason to check the place out. Between midnight and 2 a.m., the place will get pretty packed, but those pitchers will keep even the most exhausted customers coming around. Cellar Bar may feel a bit dirty, but it's got character. Read more about Cellar Bar >>

  • Cellar Bar (Clear Lake)

    Cellar Bar (Clear Lake)

    16611 Sea Lark Houston, TX 77062

    Located on a side street just off El Camino and Bay Area Boulevard, Cellar Bar oozes a relaxed charm that makes it a popular escape from the usually much busier Molly's Pub just across the parking lot. Inside the little lounge, a red glow lights up a calm area lined with barstools, a handful of tables and two pool tables in the back. A few televisions play sports and sitcoms, giving the spot a living-room ambience. The Cellar offers a decent collection of beers and booze, including bartender favorites Fernet and Campari. Read more about Cellar Bar (Clear Lake) >>

  • Celtic Gardens

    Celtic Gardens

    2300 Louisiana St. Houston, TX 77006
    713-900-2500 Celtic Garden come armed with a huge – we mean it – patio full of tables, televisions, and comfy seating, the bar seems more like a place to plop down until closing time rather than a evening jump-off point. During good weather, the inside bar also becomes the outside bar, with shutters than can come to serve those in the A/C and those braving the elements. Celtic Garden is incredibly clean, no frills, except for those sleepalicious couches of course, and worthy of a visit for those looking to hold court with a big crowd. Stick with the Garden for the long haul and you will be rewarded. Read more about Celtic Gardens >>

  • Center Court Pizza & Brew

    Center Court Pizza & Brew

    9721 Broadway St. Pearland, TX 77584-8169
    713-436-3927 Serving pizza, wings, booze, and a relaxed sports-centric atmosphere is Center Court's main goal. This Pearland joint isn't just for drinkers either, boasting a familial attitude that won't make you run for the car and the nearby CiCi's, though on Friday and Saturday nights it's probably best to leave Center Court to the town's peacocks and singles ready to mingle. Read more about Center Court Pizza & Brew >>

  • Centerfolds


    6166 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77057-6210

  • Cezanne Jazz Club

    Cezanne Jazz Club

    4100 Montrose Houston, TX 77006
    713-522-9621 Touted as one of Houston's best jazz clubs, this snug but comfortable space resides above the Black Labrador pub near the intersection of Richmond and Montrose. Cézanne is only open Friday and Saturday from 8:30 p.m. until midnight, but the music usually packs the place to capacity as patrons line the walls, bar and dozen tables; the grand piano makes a natural centerpiece for the room. The cover charge is automatically added to your bar tab, and guests are required to purchase at least one drink. Read more about Cezanne Jazz Club >>

  • Chad's Sports Bars

    7500 Cullen Blvd. Houston, TX 77051-1939

  • Chances R

    5020 Airline Drive Houston, TX 77022-2607

  • Channelview Ice House

    16402 Market St. Channelview, TX 77530-4430

  • Chapala Mexican Restaurant

    10911 Jones Road Houston, TX 77065-4219

  • Char Bar

    Char Bar

    305 Travis Houston, TX 77002

    With its marriage of two disparate services, Char Bar is quite possibly downtown's most peculiar drinkery. What used to be, and in fact still is, a tailor shop opened by Duke Shapiro has been beautifully remade into a Market Square watering hole. A shoeshine booth sits to the left as you enter, followed by a behemoth working counter. The cabinets in the walls are still full of fabric and dress shirts, which, along with the various photos and newspaper clippings plastered around the place, help with the nostalgic feel. Be sure to partake in the bar's frozen vodka or tequila concoctions, which are stronger than they look. Read more about Char Bar >>

  • Chats

    20816 Loop 494 New Caney, TX 77357-8221

  • Cheers 2 U

    Cheers 2 U

    14023 Westheimer Houston, TX 77077

    Eight years ago, Cheers 2 U had only one television, the walls were painted turquoise, and beer was sold by the can. Jim Keener, who had moved to Houston two years previous, bought and remodeled it from the ground up - and emblazoned a six-foot Pittsburgh Steelers logo on the front window in honor of his hometown. Today the Mission Bend-area bar is going strong, laid-back during the week and a lively pub on the weekends, especially the Saturday karaoke nights. About once a month, a local band serenades customers celebrating the weekend's arrival, and the drink specials are ever-changing but always priced to move. Since it's illegal to sell a pitcher to an individual, Cheers offers 2.5-pint "Smitchers" to offset that little inconvenience. Read more about Cheers 2 U >>

  • Cheers Pub

    502 N. Friendswood Drive Friendswood, TX 77546-3520

  • Chelsea Wine Bar

    Chelsea Wine Bar

    4106 NASA Parkway Seabrook, TX 77586
    281-326-5282 Chelsea Wine Bar's artifacts, statues, mirrors and even the bar itself -restored and varnished wood from a Galveston dock - make it feel timeless. Steak and wine specials make it a hit with locals and adventurous Houstonians as well. Whether you're looking to read a book in peace, enjoy live music or sit around catching up with a friend or two, Chelsea has got you covered. Read more about Chelsea Wine Bar >>

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