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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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  • Hans

    Hans' Bier Haus

    2523 Quenby Houston, TX 77005
    713-520-7474 Hans Bier Haus remains steadfast and grounded in its Rice Village neighborhood. Now surrounded by giant concrete walls (late-night noise being the condo residents' main beef), the 15-year-old bar offers more than 60 beers from all over the world on tap. Though Hans' interior can feel a little cramped, its real draw is the vast porch/beer garden out back, which is completely covered by donated sailboat sails and contains one of three Bocce Ball courts in the Houston area. The bartenders know everything there is to know about beer, or so it seems, and can easily assist any novice - unless the homemade sangria or frozen mimosas are more their speed. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The Harp

    The Harp

    1625 Richmond Houston, TX 77006
    713-528-7827 Eclectic seating arrangements are the order of the day at this Irish pub on lower Richmond. The Harp feels more like a living room or a backyard lounge than a bar, which on some nights is the only cure for your ills. You can take your pick from stools at the bar, couches in the nooks and crannies, or tables both inside and out. Beware of errant darts on Wednesdays, when citywide competitions can get fierce. Blame the strong pours when you show up to work with a (new) dart wound. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Hawg Stop

    Hawg Stop

    11335 Sheldon Houston, TX 77044
    281-456-7867 This hog heaven is home to some crazy good live music, killer BBQ, and a massive space to hang out and knock back a few beers while admiring the view...of the bikes, of course. Seriously, this place is insane. The food is great, the crowd is friendly as hell, and the owner makes sure to do his part for the community, both by hosting some really awesome live acts and by holding BBQ benefits on the regular. Bad Company even played here a few years back. Yeah, I know. It's your new hangout...once your wife lets you get that bike you've been eying, that is. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The Hay Merchant

    The Hay Merchant

    1100 Westheimer Road Houston, TX 77006
    713-528-9805 The Hay Merchant is much more than just a beer bar, despite its pedigree under owner and beer guru Kevin Floyd. Its equally talented chef, Antoine Ware, makes sure of that and turns out everything from high-end bar snacks like crispy pig ears and fries covered with Akaushi chili and Redneck cheddar to full-on entrées like lamb sweetbread po-boys and a "big-ass bowl of gumbo." Unlike its sister bar, Anvil, there is ample room inside and no liquor to be found. After all, this is a beer lover's bar, first and foremost. The list of beers in this uniquely Montrose haunt is enough to make even the most stern devotee of Bud Light convert the craft side. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Hazards Bar

    1570 S. Dairy Ashford Road Houston, TX 77077

    With a bar for those seeking a good drink and a menu full of authentic Indonesian food for those seeking a spiced-up meal, Hazards is a marriage of East and West on the west end of town. Guests frequent the place for everything from various curries to an item called Gado Gado - a vegetable dish served with a peanut sauce dressing. By the way, you can get standard bar fare here, too, like cheeseburgers and fries. It sounds random, but it's popular with area residents. If you're in the mood to party, you'll find that the atmosphere is lively most nights of the week. Not the best choice if you want something fancy, but if you're in the mood for a small, casual, almost divey spot, this will do the trick. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Headliners Sports Bar

    Headliners Sports Bar

    9804 Jones Road Houston, TX 77065
    281-890-6555 Headliners is a convenient option for northwest suburbanites who enjoy drinking, sports and music. Four big flatscreens above the bar and a giant projection screen stream updates on the game while patrons sip on cheap brews, jaw back and forth, and snack on assorted bits of fried goodness from the kitchen. Bar-game distractions range from a slew of video games to the more traditional pool tables and shuffleboard, and the small stage in the corner hosts bands several nights a week. Houston's smoking ban doesn't apply here, so on a busy night Headliners can get a bit hazy. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Hearsay Gastro Lounge

    Hearsay Gastro Lounge

    218 Travis Houston, TX 77002
    713-225-8079 This gastro-lounge, located in a turn-of-the-century building near Market Square, serves upscale standards like a burger topped with bacon, cheese, avocados, jalapeƱos and a fried egg (with a side of mac 'n cheese) and fried asparagus battered with Saint Arnold beer. The extensive cocktail menu reflects a dedication to a classic aesthetic, although they do serve vodka, which some expert mixologists eschew. This is a perfect date night place, and if things go right (or wrong), Warren's is just steps away. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Hendrick

    Hendrick's Pub & Eatery

    3320 Kirby Drive Houston, TX 77098
    713-522-1500 Yes, Hendricks Pub off Kirby is located inside what was a funeral home until a few years ago, but the only thing stiff about this spot is the drinks. (We kinda dig the funeral-home thing, seeing how we spent years drinking at the much scarier Numbers in our youth.) Once again it seems like bars are popping up left and right around Kirby, as the masses turn away from the hassles of Midtown and Washington Avenue. Hendricks is one of the more hospitable haunts we have found, which means they won't let you in if you aren't dressed like a junior executive. Hendricks has a great craft beer menu, decent bites (try the ribs), and has invented a few signature mixed drinks like the Irish Lemonade, which is formulated in such a way that you can barely taste all the Jameson whiskey you are putting away. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Henry Hudson

    Henry Hudson's Pub

    13300 FM 1960 W. Houston, TX 77065

    Henry Hudson's is a most agreeable tavern for such an odd layout; the cramped-feeling room patrons first walk into gives way almost immediately to a much larger space. It's bustling with clusters of folks playing trivia and darts, or just chatting over some booze. An array of distractions exists for compadres to challenge each other to non-mortal combat -- video games, poker and the like. It's a fine place to catch a game, as well as a good spot to drink with college buddies when everyone is back in town. This pub sits outside Houston's smoking-ban radius, so be aware that the cigarettes aren't confined to the big front patio. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The Hideaway On Dunvale

    The Hideaway On Dunvale

    3122 Dunvale Houston, TX 77063
    713-977-3515 Steve Selfridge has created what might be Houston's most underrated - and therefore perfect - dive bar way out west on Dunvale at Richmond. You can smoke cigars on the sprawling patio. You can order ten-pound buckets of crawfish in season. You can eat a whole lobster or a steak-and-baked-potato on the cheap during certain nightly specials. And you can usually see some excellent blues and and classic rock cover bands while you're chowing down. Better yet - even if you don't bring a friend, you'll likely have made a few by the time you leave. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Hoppie's Texican Bar & Grill

    1602 E. Main La Porte, TX 77571

  • Houston Live Sports Lounge

    209 Jackson St. Houston, TX 77002-2228

  • Houston Sports Hub

    Houston Sports Hub

    15209 Westheimer Road Houston, TX 77082

    (Previously The End Zone Sports Bar & Grill) Monday Night Football and UFC fights are big draws at this Westside establishment with a friendly, attentive staff and plenty of TVs on the walls. Live music on the weekends and karaoke on Tuesdays and Thursdays make the Houston Sports Hub a popular party spot as well. In addition, the Monday and Wednesday poker nights offer cash prizes, and the kitchen serves up everything from shrimp po-boys to pizza to wings. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Houston's Pub & Grill

    1942 Farm to Market 1960 W. Road Houston, TX 77090

  • Howl At The Moon

    Howl At The Moon

    612 Hadley Houston, TX 77002
    713-658-9700 If you don't dig blatant innuendo and hearing Billy Joel songs shouted every ten minutes, then Midtown's Howl At The Moon probably isn't for you - just stay at Lola's where you belong. But if you don't mind mingling with college kids and pockets of nouveau-yuppies literally drinking buckets of Long Island Iced Teas, then by all means stay a spell. Howl At The Moon dishes out one hell of a dueling piano show with a profane yet affable charm, calling out the sheepish boys in the crowd while also championing the pink-thonged throngs sipping girlie drinks up front. HATM is a national chain, but each location takes on the vibe its surroundings, meaning you will hear plenty of ZZ Top and the stray Geto Boys joint deep in the heart of Midtown. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Hudson Lounge

    Hudson Lounge

    2506 Robinhood St. Houston, TX 77005
    713-523-0020 "Swanky" might as well be Hudson Lounge's middle name. Every part of this Rice Village-area bar looks slick: The patio out front, the lounge in back and another whole room of tables and plush chairs that's easily missed if you're not paying attention. That front patio gives way to a marble-topped main bar with small tables and couches opposite the wells, but Hudson's centerpiece is a spacious central courtyard complete with fiery fixtures, comfortable modern patio furniture and a translucent floor. Crossing the courtyard leads to an equally stylish and slightly secluded back bar and lounge, which could easily function as a VIP area or private-party space. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Hughes Hangar

    Hughes Hangar

    2811 Washington Houston, TX 77007

    Located just a few yards from the final resting place of troubled Texas tycoon Howard Hughes, the swank and expansive Hughes Hangar would have been the ideal place for the playboy businessman to take his Hollywood conquests were he still around in the 21st century. Except that he probably wouldn't like the whole "being around humans" thing. Nonetheless, Hughes Hangar is a shining addition to the jet-set Washington Avenue, with an extensive backyard dotted with couches and canopies, plenty of mingling space, and a low-key indoor-harem feel to the hangar itself. Be sure to check out the food menu if you feel like having some of the best and richest macaroni and cheese on the avenue. By the way, that dish pairs nicely with one of the bar's signature whiskey drinks. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Hunter's Pub

    10549 S. Post Oak Road Houston, TX 77035

  • Hunters Pub

    10549 S. Post Oak Road Houston, TX 77035-3305