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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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  • Main 101 Grill

    101 W. Main St. La Porte, TX 77571

  • Manor On Washington

    Manor On Washington

    4819 Washington Houston, TX 77007
    713-426-0123 Just across the street from the ever-popular Soma Sushi, Manor made its home on Washington Avenue in 2009. Boasting an impressive interior and substantial back patio, the club is deceptively large given its slender exterior. With DJ booths both inside and out, the crowd never stops moving - but fear not, there are dozens of booths and even more stools to take respite from the dance floor. Even the patio area offers a bevy of leather seating and numerous tables to rest your drinks and feet. Two full bars outside and four wells inside mean less waiting for a drink. Don't dream of showing up in sneakers, though - the discerning eyes at the door will turn them (and you) away. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Maple Leaf Pub

    Maple Leaf Pub

    514 Elgin Houston, TX 77002
    713-520-6464 Established by a hockey-crazed husband-and-wife team, the bar even comes complete with a small penalty box just like at a rink, although it wasn't in use the night we staggered in. Jerseys and autographed memorabilia are plastered all over, along with maple leafs of all shapes and sizes. Maple Leaf has become a neighborhood staple in Midtown, catering to the young professionals and, considering the neighborhood, the pub's drink prices are actually decent. If sports on TV ain't your poison, try one of the many board games lying around. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Marfreless


    2006 Peden Houston, TX 77019
    713-528-0083 Famous, or perhaps infamous, for the amount of canoodling that happens on the couches in its secluded upstairs loft, Marfreless has been among Houstonians' most preferred trysting spots for 35 years. Truly hidden away behind the West Gray shops on Peden St. near the River Oaks Theater, the bar is identified only by its blue door (almost as famous as the couches) and no exterior signage. Inside, a Parisian lounge vibe prevails as classical music wafts through the air. Happy hours run 5-8 p.m. weekdays, and free pizza is provided at Monday's trivia night. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The Marque

    800 Town & Country Blvd. Houston, TX 77024

  • Marquis II

    Marquis II

    2631 Bissonnet Houston, TX 77005
    713-522-2090 Long a mainstay on Bissonnet, this divey staple recently got a facelift, but thankfully the spirit remains the same. You can still order up one of their torrid tea-and-liquor concoctions, which — don't ask us how we know — are more than worth the price if you are on a boozing budget. The couches and televisions make this a great bar to disappear in on sleepy game nights or to bring a gaggle of drinking buddies. This isn't a flashy bar, and the fratty vibe remains despite the spit shine, but we have found that anyone, regardless of level of schooling, is more than welcome. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Maxwell's Club

    9255 S. Main St. Houston, TX 77025-4498

  • McElroy

    McElroy's Pub

    3607 S. Sandman Houston, TX 77098
    713-524-2444 Adjacent to The Davenport in Shepherd Plaza, Irish-owned McElroy's offers a plethora of Hibernian beers, ciders and whiskeys. There are enough plush red leather couches and beer-related paraphernalia (mostly Guinness and Harp, of course) on the walls that enjoying a pint or two here actually does feel like being in Dublin. Sprinkled with holiday-party lights, the back porch has a grill that fires up for the weekly steak nights on Wednesdays; customers are welcome to bring their own meat and/or veggies the rest of the time. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Meteor Urban Video Lounge

    Meteor Urban Video Lounge

    2306 Genesee Houston, TX 77006
    713-521-0123 Located in the Fairview area of Montrose, Meteor Urban Video Lounge literally has a split personality. On one side, the circle bar is relatively low-key and perfect for conversation, while on the other side male go-go-dancers known as "Meteor Boys" perform on four separate stages surrounded by comfy sofas. Friday and Saturday feature "Meteor Showers" - as in those Meteor Boys showering onstage. This is also a popular stop for bachelorette parties, since the dancing gets pretty raunchy. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Metropolis & Extravaganza

    Metropolis & Extravaganza

    8925 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77063

    If you haven't been to Metropolis, you're really missing out. It's enormous, with one of those two-for-one club things going on, which will mean something when you see the equally intimidating line outside. Just remember, as you stand and wait to be given the once-over, it'll all be worth it in the end. Beers, bachata, and babes. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The Mezzanine Lounge

    The Mezzanine Lounge

    2200 SW Freeway Houston, TX 77098
    713-528-6399 The Mezzanine Lounge boasts a diverse clientele, and the beautiful servers are oftentimes randomly in their underwear. Don't worry, it's legal. Forget workman's compensation; this is customer compensation, thank you very much. The bar also offers karaoke along with a party atmosphere upstairs and a calmer, more laid-back feel downstairs. Be forewarned: If you choose to venture upstairs, you will have beer spilled on you and deal with a lot of rowdy drunks. Everyone's into that kind of thing from time to time, but if you're just looking to knock a few back before you drive home, stay downstairs. It's quieter. Recently the bar was also named the "Smartest Bar in America" for its high bar trivia scores. Maybe we can get the Mezz's drinkers looking into a cure for cancer… Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Michael

    Michael's Outpost

    1419 Richmond Houston, TX 77006

    Michael's Outpost on lower Richmond is a neighborhood gay bar by day and piano bar by night. It's on the small side, but the clientele and staff are friendly to those who don't run afoul of the bar's zero-tolerance policy for nonsense. The drinks are affordable too, with $2.75 wells and domestic longnecks until 8 p.m. every day. Dartboards, two pool tables and a jukebox are available, and card games are popular at the large round tables in the back. Those in search of mere conversation will find bartenders and regulars more than happy to talk about anything and everything. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The Midtown Drinkery Bar & Grill

    The Midtown Drinkery Bar & Grill

    2416 Brazos Houston, TX 77006
    713-805-5988 There was a time when all the drinkers in town were leaving Midtown for the well-dressed expanse of Washington Avenue, but this new addition to the Drinkery family (there's also one on Washington) proves that Midtown needed a little color in its nightlife. Housed in the old Cheerz Shot Bar locale, the Midtown Drinkery doesn't deviate from the mold of its Washington elder, but there's also action going on upstairs on the second story inherited from the old tenants. The Washington crowd is slowly trickling back to Midtown for the Thursday-through-Sunday exploits, and this tavern off Bagby is welcoming one and all with open arms. Nights can be very loud and packed, so be sure to stake your spot at a table or on the patio on the weekends. Make an evening of it by hitting up Houston's newest Tex-Mex darling, El Xuco Xicana, located just around the corner. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Midtown Lounge

    Midtown Lounge

    2117 Chenevert Houston, TX 77003

    On the far eastern edge of Midtown, almost out of sight on the second story of an inconspicuous strip center, sits the soulful Midtown Lounge. It's a groovy, dimly lit bar, perfect for a calm weeknight or a raucous weekend. Those needing to rest their feet can take a load off on one of the many plump leather chairs and couches, but the dance floor is where folks really want to be. The dark, romantic atmosphere encourages couples of all ages to grab a drink at the horseshoe-shaped bar and head out to strut their stuff. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Mike's Place

    9110 Jones Road Houston, TX 77065

  • Mike's Ultimate Sports Bar

    8670 6 Houston, TX 77095



    1001 Austin St. Houston, TX 77010
    832-360-2222 MKT BAR is located right inside Phoenicia Specialty Foods, one of the best grocery stores in the city. It's also not a bad little date place, with enough dim lighting and extensive wine and beer lists to keep you busy in addition to the bar food. All of the music is local, and ranges from DJ sets, jazz combos, light rock offerings so it's not too intrusive. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Mo

    Mo's Place

    21940 Kingsland Blvd. Katy, TX 77450
    281-392-3499 Mo's Place is a country boy's dream without all the hustle and bustle (and fights) that cowboys and girls tend to run into at other, rowdier country haunts. Besides a strict dress code, the bar has a zero-tolerance policy for riff-raff, so if you start trouble here once, don't bother ever coming back. For those willing to behave themselves, Mo's offers a bevy of drink specials, games and live music. The bar is smoker-friendly, but the dance floor area, open Thursday- Saturday, is smoke-free. That dance floor, which the 23-year-old Mo's added two years ago, has helped turn what used to be a neighborhood secret into a thriving community of music and dance lovers who turn out in droves for regional and national country stars such as Kevin Fowler, the Randy Rogers Band and even Merle Haggard. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Molly Maguire's Pub

    15945 Kuykendahl Houston, TX 77068

  • Molly

    Molly's Pub

    1600 W. Main St. League City, TX 77573-2010

  • Molly

    Molly's Pub (Clear Lake)

    902 Ramada Drive Houston, TX 77062
    281-486-0971 Home of the lauded Wednesday Big Ass Beer nights and Clear Lake's most eclectic group of barflies, Molly's Pub has been the Bay Area's answer to indie Inner-Loop bars for over a decade. You can expect every stripe and strain of drinker to converge on this tucked-away haunt for cheap booze and the storied dartboards. At one table, you might find pierced and tattooed girls with Bettie Page bangs chatting it up, while two feet away thirsty boardshort-clad brahs pound Bull Blasters. It makes for strange hook-ups and even better people-watching, while the patio with a full working bar makes drinking and smoking bearable on even the warmest NASA country nights. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Molly

    Molly's Pub (Downtown)

    509 Main Houston, TX 77002
    713-222-1033 Voted into Tom Horen's Top Ten Irish Establishments in America, Molly's Pub offers Irish drinks and pub eats in the heart of downtown. The kitchen is open late, and daily drink specials include specialty shots and cocktails like the Blind Russian - a twist on the White Russian with Bailey's thrown into the mix. Nine-to-fivers can take advantage of the free Wi-Fi and cheap daily lunch specials from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., or play a quick game of pool or darts in the back room before heading back to work. For the most part, Molly's has a laid-back atmosphere during the week, but becomes more boisterous whenever jersey-clad patrons gather to watch sporting events on the multiple TV screens. The bar, open 365 days a year, also hosts live music from time to time. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Mongoose Versus Cobra

    Mongoose Versus Cobra

    1011 McGowen St. Houston, TX 77002
    713-650-6872 Midtown has no shortage of bars. But it does have a shortage of bars that are serious about their product — craft beer in this case — while playful and casual at the same time. You don't have to dress up to enjoy a Friday night here. You don't even have to enjoy beer, as the classic cocktail menu is equally solid. But beers are still the advised poison of choice, with a rotating list of more than 40 draft brews that range from quirky local experiments like Buffalo Bayou casks to an array of terrific Belgians. The wood-and-metal-laden interior is cool and loft-like, with a Brooklyn vibe that belies its Bayou City roots. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Monkey Bar

    Monkey Bar

    605 6th St. Kemah, TX 77565

  • Monnalisa Bar

    Monnalisa Bar

    800 W. Sam Houston Parkway N. Houston, TX 77024
    713-973-1600 Within the still-burgeoning CityCentre - not in central Houston at all, but where I-10 meets Beltway 8 on the far west side - Monnalisa is Hotel Sorella's in-house bar. As such, patrons should expect hotel-bar prices, but Monnalisa compensates with a rich atmosphere and modern feel. Besides an open-flame fire pit anchoring the room, amenities include a gorgeous above-bar chandelier, secluded booths along the back wall and a long, curvy couch on a small landing near the bar. Patrons can also slip out the door to lounge by the blue-lit pool on the second-floor deck. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

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