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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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  • Concert Pub (North)

    Concert Pub (North)

    2470 FM 1960 Houston, TX 77068
    281-583-8111 This sister to the Galleria-area Concert Pub has had some significant updates since opening in June 2010. First of all, despite its location beyond the range of Houston's smoking ban, lighting up indoors is taboo. The bar is massive, stretching all the way down to the accompanying Concert Pub Yacht, itself a full seafood restaurant and bar. A gorgeous giant wooden deck, complete with a full bar, connects the two establishments and gives folks who need a nicotine fix plenty of room. Indoors, two large bars serve up drinks, and some form of live music takes the stage almost every night. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Copa Cabana

    Copa Cabana

    114 Main Houston, TX 77002
    713-223-2672 Near the northern border of downtown Houston, Copa Cabana is a bouncing Latin lounge. In the spirit of its Brazilian namesake, the music is loud, the rhythms are lively, and the booze flows plentifully. A long bar stretches the length of the room, with enough wells to handle the large Friday and Saturday crowds. The sizeable floor opposite the bar accommodates legions of dancers, as a giant projection screen rolls video clips overhead. A VIP spot in front of the DJs offers a perfect view of the action, or patrons can slip upstairs to relax among the secluded tables. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The Corkscrew

    The Corkscrew

    1308 W. 20th St. Houston, TX 77008

  • Cottonwood


    3422 N. Shepherd Drive Houston, TX 77018
    713-802-0410 Cottonwood is just the thing the Garden Oaks neighborhood needed: a solid bar with a large outdoor seating area, occasional live music, and festivals and great food. With more than 30 taps, the craft-beer selection is diverse and delicious, and the chef works hard to create dishes that he knows will pair well with the brews. Both the beer menu and the food menu change occasionally, but one thing that will always be available is the Squirrel Master Burger, a poblano-stuffed masterpiece, and a pint of something local and refreshing. The vibe can get a little hipster on weekend evenings, but Cottonwood has also become a popular spot for families and canine buddies to hang out and play one of the many games set up in the patio area. Bocce, anyone? Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The Cozy Corner

    The Cozy Corner

    11530 Burdine St. Houston, TX 77035

    Stepping into this dark, friendly cavern of a tatterdemalion strip mall bar near the ruins of Westbury Square is like entering a portal back to 1980, with a difference. Yes, it's got the requisite low ceiling, cheap drinks, early opening time (11 a.m.) and friendly, take-no-shit service you expect from any old-school dive worth its salty peanuts. And yep, there's not much on the jukebox to thrill the ears of trendy Vampire Weekend and Animal Collective fans. We're talking stuff like Wet Willie, Hank Sr. and .38 Special. But this isn't your average suburban strip mall dive by a long shot, as any trip to the Cozy's Friday and Saturday night karaoke extravaganzas will prove. Let's just say Westbury more than lives up to its "Little Montrose" nickname during Cozy Corner karaoke night. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Craiger

    Craiger's Sports Bar

    3702 FM 1960 W. Houston, TX 77068

    In a world of strip centers, where the road signs along 1960 create a forest of advertising, Craiger's glowing sign beckons in an homage to the iconic "Fabulous Las Vegas" sign. Inside, everything about this one-room neighborhood bar feels cozy. The tables are bathed in blue light, while televisions above the wells flash highlights and games as smoke curls off patrons' cigarettes. At the rear, a few pool tables, darts, and beer-pong setup offer a chance for some friendly competition. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Crazy Frogs Bar & Grill

    13703 West Road Houston, TX 77041

  • Crazy Frogs Saloon

    Crazy Frogs Saloon

    17776 Tomball Parkway Houston, TX 77064
    281-894-1930 Shouting distance from Willowbrook Mall, this strip-center entry in the Crazy Frogs franchise maintains a low profile. The blacked-out windows show a few frogs partaking in some brews, while indoors is a bustling, smoky bar. A kitchen offers up burgers and other bites, and there are plenty of diversions. Dartboards, pool and poker tables draw competition-minded patrons, while others' eyes stay glued to various games. The room's centerpiece is the large U-shaped bar, with an array of TVs hanging overhead. The cast of regulars has little trouble enjoying themselves, whether downing some brews while taking in a game or besting each other at karaoke. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The Creole Bar & Grill

    3811 Ennis Houston, TX 77004

  • Crescent Moon Wine Bar

    Crescent Moon Wine Bar

    440 Rayford Road Spring, TX 77386

  • Crocker


    2312 Crocker Houston, TX 77006

    During the week, Crocker's is a neighborhood gay bar, but the music, lighting and decor - like the stripper pole in the back - make it feel more like a full-on nightclub. On the weekends, Crocker's hires a DJ and becomes just that, and a packed club to boot. Monday through Thursday, happy hour lasts from the moment the doors open at 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., with $2 wells/domestics and $3 imports/calls all the way to closing time on Mondays and Wednesdays. And if the weekend was a little too crazy, Crockers even has its own surefire hangover cure - $1 vodkas from noon until close on Sundays. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Crooked Ferret Pub

    Crooked Ferret Pub

    11835 Jones Road Houston, TX 77070
    281-955-0200 Resting proudly on Jones Road just north of FM 1960, the Crooked Ferret is hard to miss. This is most likely due to the large, tree-covered, multi-level deck out front, and possibly the big sign that practically beckons passersby to settle down for a brew. With one stocked, active bar indoors and one out, grabbing a beverage is easy. The standard array of bar video games is here, but the Ferret's big draw is its poker tournaments, with tables full of clattering chips and a smoky haze hanging over the deliberating players. Make sure to catch some grub if the grill is active as well. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Cross Track Ice House

    Cross Track Ice House

    200 Magnolia St. Spring, TX 77373

    Blocks away from the heart of Old Town Spring, Cross Track rests just north of the railroad tracks that bend around the heart of the central business district. The low-slung building seems like little more than a glorified shack from the outside, with hand-painted signs lit by the interior glow. Barstools, pool tables and chairs litter the solitary room, and the small bar serves up ice-cold beers on the cheap - even cheaper during Cross Track's lengthy happy hour. The friendly faces manning the well are happy to pop bottle caps from noon to midnight, seven days a week, and patrons can partake in open-air drinking and foosball on the deck. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Crystal Nightclub

    Crystal Nightclub

    6880 SW Fwy Houston, TX 77074

    A Latin gay club, complete with fabulous drag queens and an uber-friendly crowd? Don't mind if we do! Crystal has been around for nearly 20 years, but this well-kept little treasure doesn't receive the same fanfare as the more visible Montrose establishments. (It's way far away from there.) The commute is worth the effort for the salsa dancing alone, even if you're just hanging out on the sidelines and taking in the view. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Cypress Saloon

    Cypress Saloon

    12710 Telge Road Cypress, TX 77429
    281-304-7777 It might be out in the boonies, but if it's near your stomping grounds, Cypress Saloon is certainly worth a two-steppin' stop. With live music Friday and Saturday, Wednesday karaoke and a Thursday open mike, boots and spurs aren't required but will hardly be out of place. Cypress' barn-like room boasts a stage with a giant projection screen overhead, and space for both dancers and sippers. When big names float through, the roomy patio takes care of the crowd overflow, while a game room in the back (complete with its own bar) provides non-musical entertainment. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

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