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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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  • Lei Low Bar

    Lei Low Bar

    6142 N Main St Houston, TX 77009
    713-380-2968 This Tiki bar in The Heights provides a cool, calm atmosphere with tropical decor and elaborate rum-based mixed drinks that will make you feel like you are on vacation. Created by the staff, these drinks look like works of art and taste good too, with colorful names to match like Polynesian Rainbow, Shipwrecked On Tiki Island and even Balinese Room # 2 in honor of the legendary Galveston nightclub in Galveston immortalized in song by ZZ Top and washed away by Hurricane Ike. The music here is exotica, Hawaiian and reggae, plus whatever the DJ playing eclectic vinyl records on Tuesday nights wants to spin. Wednesday nights, a local musician plays Hawaiian lap steel guitar for your listening pleasure. The owner says he has been fascinated with Tiki bars since childhood, so he created a fantasy world of his own here. The little patio out back keeps the escapism going. Recently opened, Lei Low lies on a stretch of North Main currently under construction; look for Joe’s Food Store next door so you don't pass the place by. Read more about Lei Low Bar >>

  • Leon

    Leon's Lounge

    1006 McGowen Houston, TX 77002

    Under the Volcano owners Pete and Vera Mitchell have revitalized this small Midtown drinkery while maintaining its cozy, dim feel. The alley-like corridor along the main bar still gives way to two ornate back rooms, but gone are the ancient piano and the wall-mounted jukebox. Instead, the Mitchells have collected more than 600 LPs for the staff to spin on twin turntables behind the bar. Local music figures routinely host DJ nights, spinning from the bar's library and their own wax. Leon's rotating drink menu features inventive cocktails like the Green on Red, a rum concoction garnished with red pepper and basil, and Volcano carryovers such as the Whiskey Smash. Read more about Leon's Lounge >>

  • Leslie's Sports Bar

    25435 FM 2978 Tomball, TX 77375

  • Level 1

    2000 Bagby St. Houston, TX 77002-8587

  • Liberty Station

    Liberty Station

    2101 Washington Houston, TX 77007

    Housed in a converted filling station, Liberty Station is a comfortable, open-air watering hole in the less glitzy but no less charming part of Washington Avenue, closer to the like-minded Dark Horse Tavern a block or two to the west. The bar has a revolving niche-beer list, with favorites like Fireman's #4 and Southern Star represented alongside top-shelf bourbons like Bulleit. Most nights a food truck of some sort is set up outside, serving either gourmet tacos or custom hamburgers. Read more about Liberty Station >>

  • Libra Lounge

    9880 Buffalo Speedway Houston, TX 77025

  • Lightning Strikes Twice Club

    127 N. Munger St. Pasadena, TX 77506-1322

  • Lil-Red Barn

    802 Spencer Highway South Houston, TX 77587-3645

  • Lila Speak Easy

    5826 Conley St. Houston, TX 77021-2602

  • Limitles Lounge

    3957 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77027-5803

  • Linda's Depot

    606 Houston Blvd. South Houston, TX 77587-3351

  • Lipstick Gentlemen's Club

    3625 Highway 146 Bacliff, TX 77518

  • Liquid

    10531 Gulf Freeway Houston, TX 77034

  • Liquid Lounge

    224 Emerson St. Houston, TX 77006-4567

  • Lit'L Bits

    5502 Pinemont Drive Houston, TX 77092-2620

  • Little Dipper

    Little Dipper

    304 Main St. Houston, TX 77002

    Little Dipper may not have food to soak away your blues, but they do have lots of alcohol. These local bar veterans, with their Poison Girl credentials, also know all of the ways to fix what it's done to ya, child. Just hop on in there and ask 'em. Read more about Little Dipper >>

  • Little J

    Little J's Bar

    5306 Washington Ave. Houston, TX 77007
    832-649-5293 This 2-year-old sports bar moved down Washington Avenue from its original location to a bigger location in August; a pop-up eatery called Bourbon and Bacon has opened up inside as well, serving up upscale but reasonably priced bar food. Bacon is the focus, as the name implies, as included in tasty items like the Fancy Pig Sliders, Oinkin’ Pup bacon-wrapped hot dog, and Bacon Funnel Cake, just to name a few. As for the bar itself, there are a ton of TVs, including two giant projection screens, where fans can watch the Texans, Rockets, NHL hockey, UFC or just about any event they request. Also available are a basketball hoop game, foosball tables and Big Buck and Silver Strike Live video games. Not a sports fan? Come out for Geeks Who Drink Trivia on Wednesday nights and you could win some prizes. Read more about Little J's Bar >>

  • Little Muldoon's

    8383 Westheimer Road Houston, TX 77063-2711

  • Little Woodrow

    Little Woodrow's

    2019 Walker Houston, TX 77003
    713-222-2224 The Little Woodrow's empire expanded into East Downtown with this location at St. Emanuel and Walker, directly across from Warehouse Live. In fact, the bar's huge windows facing the popular music venue make Woodrow's ideal for air-conditioned people-watching as fans make their way into a show, and as a pre- or post-concert hangout. Like the other three Houston-area locations, the emphasis here is on beer and wine, but this one has cocktails and hard liquor as well. The large patio off to the side has plenty of padded booths and an outdoor bar for when the deck starts hopping on weekends. Read more about Little Woodrow's >>

  • Little Woodrow's

    2301 W. Alabama St. Houston, TX 77098-2203

  • Little Woodrow

    Little Woodrow's (Bellaire)

    4235 Bellaire Houston, TX 77025
    713-661-5282 The Bellaire location is much more relaxed than any other Little Woodrow’s in town. Just off Bellaire Boulevard and the railroad tracks, next door to Moeller’s Bakery and Palace Lanes, this seemingly weathered dive is the neighborhood delight of laid-back Houstonians. It’s never too crowded, and big beers are sold at fair prices. Everyone is either a regular or will be soon, and they all kick back, watch sports and grumble about the Astros while playing darts or shooting pool. There are no cornhole boards or shuffleboard tables available, but Little Woodrow’s off the tracks is otherwise the perfect watering hole for anyone looking to grab a drink in an unassuming environment. Read more about Little Woodrow's (Bellaire) >>

  • Woodrow's (Heights)

    1200 Durham Drive Houston, TX 77007

  • Little Woodrow

    Little Woodrow's (Midtown)

    2306 Brazos Houston, TX 77006
    713-522-1041 On the corner of Brazos and Hadley in Midtown, this never-ending outdoor patio of a bar has been there for 11 years. Little Woodrows in Midtown has something to offer its patrons every day of the week. Besides $2.75 Texas beers all day Monday, $4.25 25-ounce domestics Tuesdays and $3 frozen mimosas Saturdays and Sundays until 7 p.m., Little Woodrow's hosts turtle racing on Thursdays, which is also Ladies Night. That's right, turtle racing. Little Woodrow's eight small snapper turtles have become mascots for the bar, but if they don't keep you entertained, then darts, bean-bag toss, shuffleboard and frequent cookoffs might do the trick. Read more about Little Woodrow's (Midtown) >>

  • Little Woodrow

    Little Woodrow's (Rice Village)

    5611 Morningside Drive Houston, TX 77005
    713-521-2337 Does the Little Woodrow's empire not know how to create a bad drinking experience? We submit they do not. This is Woodrow's Rice Village entry, including all the patio space, taps and funky wall stuffs that are the calling card of their bars. This bar, next door to The Gingerman and Brian O'Neill's, helps round out a veritable tour of beers from around the globe, though we can admit more Bud Light and Shiner gets downed around the Village than Chimay and other craft brews. Come for the cheap suds and mixed drinks, and stay for the people watching as evening progresses. Watch other guys be "that guy" from Woodrow's comfy patio. Read more about Little Woodrow's (Rice Village) >>

  • Little Woodrow

    Little Woodrow's (White Oak)

    2631 White Oak Drive Houston, TX 77009 Inhabiting the spot once known as Beer Island, this expansion of the Little Woodrow's empire into the Heights is built for speed. White Oak, a street already bustling with life in the wake of Fitzgerald's rebirth a few years back, already has its share of bars but this one proves that this area's growth is real. All the standard Woodrow's traditions apply here, like the great beer selection and the kooky wall art. Expect this one to be busy for every happy hour due to the young urban professionals that dot the surrounding neighborhood. Read more about Little Woodrow's (White Oak) >>

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