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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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  • D & W Lounge

    911 Milby St Houston, TX 77023

  • D Bar

    4409 Dowling St. Houston, TX 77004

  • D&W Lounge

    D&W Lounge

    911 Milby Houston, TX 77023

    Situated deep in Houston's East End, the D&W Lounge is a true dive bar safely tucked away from any sort of hustle or bustle. It relies on nothing but familiarity and salt-of-the-Earth charisma to get by, and does so in extraordinary fashion. The building has been around since the '40s, with little more having been changed than the light bulbs. One of the things that helps this particular space rise above the hangout flotsam though is its crowd. We love the lava lamps, deer heads, and random pictures dotting the tables and walls. It's hard to not steal something on the way out. Read more about D&W Lounge >>

  • D's Ice House

    1002 Spencer Highway South Houston, TX 77587-3649

  • D'Wine Restaurant

    4304 Westheimer Road Houston, TX 77027-4810

  • Daily Double Club

    3019 Preston Ave. Pasadena, TX 77503-3825

  • Daiquiri Bar & Grill

    945 W. Main St. Houston, TX 77006-4920

  • The Dam Ice House

    The Dam Ice House

    1718 S. Highway 6 Houston, TX 77077

    The Dam has already earned a spot on our previous list of the Top Ten Bars on the West Side, but they're just as worthy of their spot on this biker bar list. We'll even give you the same advice. Ladies, make sure you wear a bra to this place. I'm not suggesting you do so for any reason other than to add it to the collection of under-wares left behind by the previous visitors, all of which you'll see flying above your head like a lacy flag across the bar. It's customary at this point, really. Nothing about this place is traditional at all, and that's what makes it so damn rad. It's a converted old Quick Lube location that is lined with some of the coolest bikes you'll ever see, since most of the patrons and even the owners are avid riders. It's cold beer and biker babes, a traditional biker bar in all senses, but don't let your lack of leather stop you from venturing over. They'll still let your nerdy ass in. Just park the minivan in the back, will ya? Read more about The Dam Ice House >>

  • Dam Icehouse

    1718 Highway 6 S. Houston, TX 77077-2804

  • Danivens Steak & Seafood

    4940 Fairmont Parkway Pasadena, TX 77505-3700

  • Darband Bar & Grill

    2707 Fountain View Drive Houston, TX 77057-5630

  • Darkhorse Tavern

    Darkhorse Tavern

    2207 Washington Houston, TX 77007
    713-426-2442 Darkhorse is an anomaly on a street that has recently been famed more for its stiff dress codes and social mores than its drinking habits. But don't let what surrounds DH keep you away. This place fits the hardy drinker like a glove, with ample old-school bar space to accommodate your horde at prices that won't hurt your wallet worse than your head. Read more about Darkhorse Tavern >>

  • Darwin's Place

    19227 Fm 2920 Road Tomball, TX 77377

  • Darwin

    Darwin's Theory

    33 Waugh Drive Houston, TX 77007
    713-992-0396 The owner says he named Darwin's Theory after his favorite bar in Alaska, and that the name also reflects his desire to see the Washington Avenue corridor customer base evolve from suburban nightclub-hoppers into residential neighborhood-bar patrons. No kind of political statement on the creationism/evolution debate is intended, and all fun-seekers are welcome. The first thing you notice when you walk in is the fantastic artwork painted on the walls which looks like some of the best graffiti you have ever seen, including a giant chimp decked out like Che Guevara with the words “Viva La Evolucion” scrawled above it. People are invited to bring in their dogs and their children; the dogs are free to stay all night but the kids have to leave by 10 p.m. Darwin's serves classic cocktails as well as trendy drinks like Moscow Mules, plus Houston and greater Texas regional craft beers on tap in 18 oz recyclable plastic cups. Dirt-cheap Natural Light in cans is also available, as well as uncommon drinks not normally found in Houston bars, like King Cobra 40s and stereotypical wino favorites Mad Dog 20/20 and Thunderbird. Cards, board games, and Foosball are available to play while watching cartoons on the TVs and eating upscale bar food, and plans are underway for pool, air hockey and Street Fighter 2 tournaments. Read more about Darwin's Theory >>

  • The Davenport (Clear Lake)

    The Davenport (Clear Lake)

    1235 Clear Lake City Blvd. Houston, TX 77062
    281-461-3283 Like its big sister location on Richmond Avenue, this relaxing lounge has a variety of nearly 50 specialty martinis to choose from. In addition, the drink menu includes a lengthy list of cocktails and shots with colorful names like “Jonestown Kool-Aid” and “Alien Secretion” made from vodkas, whiskeys, and other spirits from around the world. When we visited the bartender told us they were infusing some pineapple into vodka and bacon into bourbon to create new custom flavors as well. The bar also has an impressive collection of single malt and blended Scotches. A friendly crowd of mature regulars can be found during the afternoon and into the night enjoying generously poured drinks. During the day the bar is filled with natural light from large windows, turning dark and romantic when the sun goes down. The lounge is lined with paintings of celebrities and other subjects from local artists that are up for sale. A spacious back patio is available for smokers. Music is bartender’s choice; blues was played the night we visited. Read more about The Davenport (Clear Lake) >>

  • Dding Ga Dding Ga

    9875 Long Point Road Houston, TX 77055-4107

  • DE Andas Tejano Saloon

    5201 Hopper Road Houston, TX 77093

  • Dean

    Dean's Downtown

    316 Main Houston, TX 77002 Dean's Downtown's latest makeover occurred in November 2013, when its current owners transformed the former dive bar and full-time live-music venue into a more traditional bar that celebrates Houston's history and the history of the downtown building that houses it, which is more than 100 years old. This change is just one of many to occur throughout the history of the space, which started out as Liam's Department store and later became Dean's Credit Clothing, to which the old neon sign outside can attest. Even ledger book from the '40s that Dean used to keep track of his customers' accounts is on display. Some of the bar's new drinks, such as the Woolworth or Penny's Nichol, recall other long-closed downtown Houston businesses. Reclaimed wood more than a century old from the site that is now Saint Arnold's Brewery was used to make the bar top, the original bricks from 1893 still stand behind the bar, and the opposite wall has been covered with cedar from an old Texas barn; black-and-white photos of downtown Houston dating as far back as 1928 adorn the walls and outside front patio area. Relics from Dean's Credit Clothing are on display, like pairs of old shoes from the '70s still in their original boxes, and what was Houston's first electric elevator in Houston is now a tiny lounge. Live music, usually jazz or solo musicians with acoustic guitars, is still played on Sunday nights. Five-dollar pizzas and other food can be ordered and brought over from Mia Bella restaurant next door. Read more about Dean's Downtown >>

  • Deb-A-Ro's

    916 W. Main St. Tomball, TX 77375-5528

  • The Deck House Bar & Grill

    5810 Beverly Hill Houston, TX 77057

  • The Deck on Fountainview

    6002 Fairdale Lane Houston, TX 77057
    713-914-9990 Formerly Trey's, The Deck on Fountainview is now more aptly named for its key feature, but its merits don't end there. Nightly drink specials, industry prices and good food compliment the relaxed atmosphere and keep patrons smiling. Many of the regulars are bartenders themselves and are as good at reading customers as the waitresses are, so whether you're looking to make new friends or have a few drinks in solitude, The Deck will be happy to accommodate you. Read more about The Deck on Fountainview >>

  • The Den

    The Den

    4835 Calhoun Houston, TX 77004
    281-888-4299 Whether you're leaving a Dynamo game or finishing up a long day of school, the Den offers an expansive drink menu, numerous beers on tap and food at some of the Inner Loop's most reasonable prices. The menu is limited to coleslaw, sandwiches and potato salads, but the quality is high and the portions are generous. If you aren't a UH student, you may have difficulty parking around this on-campus bar during the day, but not after 8 p.m. and on weekends; don't worry about being towed during those times either. Filled with students doing schoolwork on weekdays, The Den offers a free postgame beer or two during football season if the Cougars win. Student or not, do bring your ID, because The Den doesn't mess around when it comes to carding. Read more about The Den >>

  • The Derrick Tavern

    1127 Eldridge Parkway Houston, TX 77079

  • Diamond Club Cabaret

    3136 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77098-3002

  • Diamond Jimbrady's Icehouse

    9777 Mills Road Houston, TX 77070-5075

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