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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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  • Diamond Lil's Saloon

    11204 Hempstead Road Houston, TX 77092-7617

  • Diamonds

    6118 Clarewood Drive Houston, TX 77081-4258

  • Dino's Sports Bar & Grill

    6405 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77057-5911

  • Dionisio Winery

    2110 Jefferson St. Houston, TX 77003

  • The Dirt

    The Dirt

    1209 Caroline Houston, TX 77002
    713-426-4222 Houston's favorite dark, hip and nasty rock and roll bar, The Dirt, is located directly across the street from the Houston Pavilions complex off Caroline. The Dirt capitalizes on music-drunk fans spilling out of House of Blues across the street and Toyota Center two blocks away, to get even more sauced after their favorite band plays. The bar's staff slings drinks behind the granite countertop, and the most popular thing here seems to be the timeless Jack & Coke. The only hitch seems to be finding street parking on downtown's busier nights, leaving you with the options of walking or ponying up for paid parking. Read more about The Dirt >>

  • Dive Lounge

    410 Bagby St. Houston, TX 77002-1510

  • Doc

    Doc's Bar & Grill

    1303 Westheimer Houston, TX 77006 The original Doc’s opened in 2005 on South Congress Avenue in Austin, housed in a former auto-repair shop that was owned by a guy nicknamed Doc, hence the name and automotive theme. The bar expanded to two more locations in Austin and now has ventured into Houston with this location in Montrose. Doc’s serves upscale bar food such as burgers, sliders, wings, nachos, tacos, salads, and more, including an all-day breakfast menu. Craft-beer lovers will appreciate the selection of more than 50 beers on tap, including upwards of 30 from Texas. The Houston location stays true to the repair-shop theme, with garage doors that can be opened up when the weather is nice, old gas-station signs and even an old rusted-out truck parked under the sign out front. The front patio allows for good people-watching along this busy stretch of Westheimer. Read more about Doc's Bar & Grill >>

  • Dog House Tavern

    Dog House Tavern

    2517 Bagby Houston, TX 77006

    DHT is a spacious and dark place, located a block from Spec's in the heart of resurgent Midtown drinking district. What you get is a relaxed and sleepy vibe, even when the pool tables in back grow lively with sharks of varying talent. The front of the house has plenty of tables and leather benches to sprawl your party out on, or just resign yourself to another glass of well bourbon. Parking can be an issue with the small commercial lot filled with non-drinking folk early in the evening, but by the witching hour you should be aces. Read more about Dog House Tavern >>

  • Doghouse Lounge

    2502 Houston Blvd. South Houston, TX 77587-5145

  • The Dogwood

    The Dogwood

    2403 Bagby St. Houston, TX 77002
    281-501-9075 This uber-popular Midtown whistle-whetting spot has multiple levels of decks that wrap around the building, but the icing on the beer cake is the upstairs patio. It's always packed to the gills with folks checking out the view of not only Midtown, but all the pretty people hanging out in the fresh air. Read more about The Dogwood >>

  • Don's Drive-In

    4828 Berrydale St. Houston, TX 77017-3822

  • Dorothy's Lounge

    3218 Cline St. Houston, TX 77020-6020

  • Double Cross Lounge

    Double Cross Lounge

    114 Gray St. Houston, TX 77002
    713-526-3423 Driving down West Gray from downtown to Montrose, it's easy to miss Double Cross Lounge, which comes from the folks who brought you Market Square's Hearsay Gastro Lounge. Formerly the quarters of Tasting Room Midtown, the bar is small - tiny, really - but makes up in ambition what it lacks in size. Taking its name from an award-winning vodka, Double Cross has capitalized on the new wave of mixology and offers up an array of craft cocktails and martinis in the $9-$12 range. The bar makes the most of its limited space, with booths and bar-height tables lining the walls for a dark, cozy atmosphere. Additional seating is available on the patio, perfect for watching the nightly drinking exploits of the neighborhood's well-heeled residents as they spill into the street. Read more about Double Cross Lounge >>

  • Double Trouble Caffeine & Cocktails

    Double Trouble Caffeine & Cocktails

    3622 Main St. Houston, TX 77002

    When you want -- okay, need -- your coffee and alcohol fix in Midtown, Double Trouble should be your first stop. Fusing sophisticated coffee fare with sturdy cocktails seems to us a no-brainer. We've been waiting on a place to come around that mixed our two favorite vices under one roof, where we didn't feel like we were missing out on any barroom hijinks, and Double Trouble has pulled it off. Run by "The Robins," who worked together at Poison Girl in Montrose for the past few years, this one is a labor of love. Its location off Main, near music venues like The Continental Club and the boutique shops dotting the block, puts it in great company. Come by and get an espresso -- with beans from Houston's own Greenway Coffee -- and a Mai Tai, from your favorite fantasy island of choice. Read more about Double Trouble Caffeine & Cocktails >>

  • Down The Street

    Down The Street

    5746 Larkin St Houston, TX 77007
    713-880-3508 This new Heights-area bar on a quiet street, easily accessible from I-10, is somewhat of a hidden gem; it is definitely a neighborhood bar, and has been attracting young adults who have bought new condos that are springing up in the area as well as longtime residents. Down the Street looks like a friendly, rustic Texas icehouse, with a seating area out front and dirt-covered parking lot, but serves liquor and has a full bar to go along with their impressive collection of wines and beers, many of which come from Texas breweries. The owners are foodies at heart, and as far as we know this is the only place in town to get a pizza like the Larkin, which is topped with smoked duck breast, cherry glaze, fresh pears, crumbled blue cheese and pesto; the rest of the menu is equally impressive. Come check out some of the popular weekly specials, like Moscow Mule Night Thursdays and College Game Burger Day Saturdays. Read more about Down The Street >>

  • Dreamers Business Office

    802 Houston Blvd. South Houston, TX 77587-3254

  • Dreamers Cabaret & Sports Bar

    802 Houston Blvd. South Houston, TX 77587-3254

  • Drifter's Icehouse Biker Bar

    29293 FM 149 , 77873

  • Drink Houston

    Drink Houston

    7620 Katy Freeway Houston, TX 77024
    713-471-1896 Yes, Drink Houston hosts a motley crew of attendees, and yes, it enforces a severe dress code and cover charge, but it attracts a diverse crowd of people -- not hard to imagine, with five separate nightclubs under the same roof -- almost every night for one reason: Drink Houston is a fun place to be, with both great hip-hop music and drink specials. Read more about Drink Houston >>

  • Drunken Monkeyz

    Drunken Monkeyz

    202 20th St Galveston, TX 77550
    409-443-5533 Another recent addition to Galveston's Strand, Drunken Monkeyz is a sports bar supported primarily by local Houston Texans fans; the bar also has a LSU Tigers fan base that shows up as well as a fair amount of regulars who support various other NFL football teams. A full bar offers specialty cocktails and beers, including ones from the nearby Galveston Island Brewing on Stewart Road. Golden Tee Live 2015, darts and an Internet Jukebox await patrons' entertainment needs. The owner we spoke with jokingly told us the bar's fun name was inspired by “our own habits.” Read more about Drunken Monkeyz >>

  • D & T Drive Inn

    D & T Drive Inn

    1307 Enid Houston, TX 77009
    713-868-6165 According to our bartender, this historic Heights ice house was named after the original owner's kids, Dan and Ted. Opened in 1959 but now under new ownership, the place has gained a loyal following among craft-beer fans, with 51 different taps available. A favorite drink among patrons is the house-made Frozen Shandy, a beer and lemonade mix that is tart and sweet simultaneously. Employees describe the food as being much better than usually found in an average bar, with smoked pork nachos and Frito pie topped with beef stew, pickled jalapenos and smoked pimento cheese among the favorite items. Tuesday is steak night, offering a New York Strip or rib-eye with a loaded baked potato and salad. Out back, shaded picnic tables and benches are available and provide a laid-back, backyard party vibe, where the diverse crowd here enjoys the eclectic music selections on the jukebox, many from local musicians: country, blues, soul, punk and more. Read more about D & T Drive Inn >>

  • Duke

    Duke's Tavern

    1010 S. Mason Road Katy, TX 77450

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