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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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  • N Main Ice House

    4911 N. Main St. Baytown, TX 77521

  • Nagoya Modeling Studio

    2024 Rusk St. Houston, TX 77003-3025

  • Namedropper

    6319 Yale St. Houston, TX 77076-3015

  • Neil

    Neil's Bahr

    2006 Walker Houston, TX 77003
    281-352-7456 If there's ever been somewhere with an accidental dress code, it's Neil's Bahr. The new downtown bar/nerd haven is a geek's paradise, complete with matching décor that welcomes all lovers of smart-guy culture. Magic The Gathering and Super NES fanatics need not worry; impromptu tournaments are announced from time to time via the bar's Facebook page, boasting prizes like Microcenter gift cards. Everything here is an homage to geek culture. Read more about Neil's Bahr >>

  • Nena's Lounge

    9423 Bauman Road Houston, TX 77076-5101

  • Neon Boots Dance Hall and Saloon

    11410 Hempstead Highway Houston, TX 77092

  • Neon Moon Saloon

    Neon Moon Saloon

    1201 S. 16th St. La Porte, TX 77571

    This place is sweet -- it's biker and cyclist friendly -- so anything on two wheels is welcome. Not that they'll turn you away if you pull up in your Prius, mind you, but still. Feel free to ride your chopper over to The Poop Deck, Galveston's long standing biker bar on the seawall. It's got a dirty pirate feel to it, this place. Imagine all the hijinks those naughty pirates got themselves into over a pint of rum, and now throw in some bikers, and that's what we picture The Poop Deck being. Awesome, right? Yeah, we'll meet you there Saturday. We'll be the nerds on the two wheels with no engine. That's how we roll. Read more about Neon Moon Saloon >>

  • New Bar

    3500 Washington Ave. Houston, TX 77007-5945

  • The New Barn

    1100 Westheimer Rd Houston, TX 77006

  • Next Door Bar & Lounge

    Next Door Bar & Lounge

    14714 Memorial Drive Houston, TX 77079
    281-493-0307 Way out west on Memorial Drive, just past Dairy Ashford, Next Door Bar & Lounge puts a modern take on the sports bar. (Not to be confused with the Next Door Bar beside Rudyard's, this one is brought to you by the folks in charge of the nearby Hungry's Bistro.) Next Door shows games on several televisions in an interior that resembles a classy living room. It isn't a sizable space, but the patio is larger than the bar itself and houses two of Next Door's three projection screens. Sundays the bar offers bottomless mimosas to go with the tasty food and classic cocktails. Just remember the televisions can't hear you yelling. Read more about Next Door Bar & Lounge >>

  • The Next Door Bar

    The Next Door Bar

    2020 Waugh Houston, TX 77006

    Quite a change of pace from its more quaint neighbor Rudyard's, The Next Door offers a darker edge to the neighborhood. Next Door's smallish front patio is always smoky and dark, and the main room is red-lit and there's no need to dodge errant darts. You don't need to be a punk or metal lifer to enjoy Next Door Bar, but it would be a lot cooler if you were. Read more about The Next Door Bar >>

  • Nick

    Nick's Place Italian Sports Bar & Pizzeria

    2713 Rockyridge Drive Houston, TX 77063-3818
    713-780-8338 “We’ve always got your game on!” states Nick’s Italian Sports Bar and Pizzeria. With 40 TVs positioned throughout the place, that’s an understatement. You can watch any type of sport at any time at the bar, and to top it off, the 20-year-old institution also serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. But watch your step: The bar’s intimate dance floor gets crowded with cheering fans quickly, so you might be safer taking shots at one of the long wooden tables the venue boasts. Read more about Nick's Place Italian Sports Bar & Pizzeria >>

  • Nick's Drive In

    55 Berry Rd Houston, TX 77022

    Nick's attracts an older crowd, and opens early in the morning for the third-shifters. On the night we visited, the bar was packed with mechanics and HVAC workers still in their work shirts, happily sipping on a cold one as they listened and sang to Vicente Fernandez playing on the jukebox. Read more about Nick's Drive In >>

  • Nicks Sports Bar & Grill

    Nicks Sports Bar & Grill

    1448 Wilcrest Drive Houston, TX 77042
    713-785-9900 Nick’s Sports Bar and Grill, established in 1995, boasts 15 televisions. The wood-paneled walls aren’t loyal to only Texans/Rockets/Astros fans, however – there’s a heavy emphasis on the Packers -- so you can come right in and root for whomever you want. You can also be part of your own big game here; Nick’s regularly hosts in-house dart and pool and poker tournaments. And there’s always karaoke, along with regular food and drink specials. Smokers can indulge their habit at the outside patio. Read more about Nicks Sports Bar & Grill >>

  • Nico's Place

    22610 State Highway 494 Loop Houston, TX 77339

  • The Nightingale Room

    The Nightingale Room

    308 Main St. Houston, TX 77002

    This new downtown bar is located on Main near Congress, which has become a popular spot after several new bars have opened up in the area. Nightingale serves up classic cocktails, house drinks, beer and wine; for music lovers, patrons can choose a vinyl LP from the bar's collection of some 2,000 (list provided), or bring in their own from home and the bartender on duty will play it. Nightingale also has started hosting live music on Thursday nights, where the bands play upstairs on a loft above the bar that is normally a customer lounge; the bar even has a call elevator to send drinks up on. Read more about The Nightingale Room >>

  • Nikki's Irish Pub

    10885 Katy Freeway Houston, TX 77079

  • Nite Mood

    13825 S. Post Oak Road Houston, TX 77045-5101

  • NJ


    3815 Mangum Road Houston, TX 77092

    The patron saint of NJ's is Miss Norma Jeane Baker, the pinup model who became film icon Marilyn Monroe. Her glorious image is plastered all over the front room of this Oak Forest neighborhood haunt just off the Northwest Freeway. From the street, NJ's looks a lot smaller than it is once you get inside, with a pool hall and gaming room in the back adding more drinking space. The covered smoking area out front feels more like a cozy garage than the forbidding zones where most bars throw their smokers. A DJ spins '80s nostalgia jams most nights, and you can always expect a strong pour at a decent price. NJ's backs up onto a subdivision, so you won't see many uptown peacocks strutting their stuff, but you may make a few new friends from around the way. Read more about NJ's >>

  • No Tab Too

    22433 Ford Road Porter, TX 77365-6666

  • Nooners Ice House & Grill

    11730 Beaumont Highway Houston, TX 77049-1431

  • Norstar

    10425 Bauman Road Houston, TX 77076-3703

    A lifelong Northside resident recently told us we couldn't claim to be from the Northside if we've never had a beer at Norstar. "Challenge accepted," we replied. A sweet but fiery bartender named Michelle replied "just one?" as we ordered. We looked around the bar, and observed a mixture of young and old, drinking buckets and singing along the "Neon Moon" by Brooks & Dunn. "Oh, but I'll be alright as long as there's light, from the neon moon..." Read more about Norstar >>

  • Northside Saloon

    922 Aldine Bender Road Houston, TX 77032-2802

  • Notsuoh


    314 Main Houston, TX 77002
    713-409-4750 Owner Jim Pirtle's iconic downtown bar, music and art/performance venue Notsuoh (Houston spelled backwards) has by this time achieved a legendary, almost mythical reputation for weirdness. One of the employees we spoke with called the place an electric art dive, while Pirtle himself says the space is the result of a marriage between a historical building more than 100 years old with the collection of a thrift-store junkie. Just some of the wonders to behold include old bicycles hanging from the rafters, nude female mannequins turned into works of art, a knight's armor, and an old piano encrusted with what appears to be some kind of gems, remains of a stained glass window, dominoes, and assorted other trinkets. No two visits to Notsouh are ever the same; the place is certainly anything but predictable. Besides the often-eclectic and indie live music, poetry readings and comedy shows unlike anywhere else in town happen here. Not everybody gets it, but Pirtle says Notsouh is one of the least tribal bars in the city, where intelligent conversations can take place between energy-company CEOs, visiting Hollywood actors, hipsters and curious newcomers alike. Read more about Notsuoh >>

  • Nouveau Antique Art Bar

    Nouveau Antique Art Bar

    2913 Main Houston, TX 77002
    713-526-2220 Furnished with close to 100 reproduction Tiffany lamps and furniture pieces, Nouveau Antique Art Bar looks fragile on first glance. It's definitely got a wild streak to it, judging by the cougars ripping up the dance floor with their prey on any given Friday and Saturday evening. This is definitely a great date place, with scattered couches, proper seating choices, and darkly lit corners and pathways. The soundtrack runs from Jimmy Durante to Frank Sinatra, fitting the vibe of this spacious Main establishment like a crisp fedora. Read more about Nouveau Antique Art Bar >>

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