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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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  • Papa's Ice House

    314 Pruitt Road Spring, TX 77380

  • The Pastry War

    310 Main St. Houston, TX 77002

  • PBR Houston

    PBR Houston

    534 Texas Houston, TX 77002
    713-836-2278 PBR Houston is the city's newest cowboy bar, occupying the space in Bayou Place that used to hold the late, lamented RocBar and Mosaic. Professional Bull Riders, Inc. is a partner in the bar, meaning that yes, there is a mechanical bull handy for you to try your luck, a heavy Jack Daniel's presence, and plenty of scantily clad cowgirls in bikinis and leather chaps serving up booze between turns dancing on the bartops. Think RocBar gone rodeo with a pronounced dance-club feel, which means you can hear George Strait and Ke$ha in a five-minute span, and learn to Dougie in your Ropers. The large patio, inherited from Mosaic, is ideal for parties, smoking and watching the crowds leaving Verizon Wireless Theater below. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Pearl Lounge

    Pearl Lounge

    4216 Washington Houston, TX 77007

    Pearl Bar seems like the old guard of Washington Avenue haunts at this point, originally opening in the old Mary Jane’s/Fat Cat space what feels like eons ago and ushering in the wave of new drinkeries that swept onto the strip. There’s lots of room for dancing, and the long bar has plenty of space for customers to order up their drink of choice. When the music or the crowd becomes too much to handle, just spill out onto the large back patio for some fresh air. Currently Pearl Bar is only open Friday and Saturday, with plans to add Sundays this coming April. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Pelican's Sports Bar

    1131 Broadway Dickinson, TX 77539

  • Pennison

    Pennison's (Copperfield)

    7610 Cherry Park Drive Houston, TX 77095

  • Pennison

    Pennison's (Sugar Land)

    2446 W. Settler's Way Sugar Land, TX 77479
    281-265-4840 Due to a grandfather clause in Sugar Land's no-bar law, Pennison's is literally the only establishment within the city limits just serving booze and not pushing its kitchen bites to satisfy the state-stipulated 51/49 sales ratio. Owned by former Houston Oiler Jay Pennison, the small and often smoky bar has a line of televisions overhead, pool tables, beer pong, and poker nights to keep the regulars coming back. In addition to pint after pint after pint coming from behind the counter, Pennison's also offers cigars. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Pete

    Pete's Dueling Piano Bar

    1201 Fannin Houston, TX 77002
    713-337-7383 If you think all piano bars are the same, think again. Yes, Billy Joel's "Piano Man" is the most requested song at just about each one, but few establishments operate at the level of Pete's Dueling Piano Bar. For starters, consider the two pianos - while a packed house sings along, two stalwarts pound out everything from Jerry Lee Lewis to Dr. Dre for a crowd full of lawyers, MBAs and both urban cowboys and cowgirls. The Houston Pavilions watering hole is an exceptionally popular spot for bachelorette parties and birthday celebrations, and the maestros will play just about anything if the price is right. Wednesday or Thursday nights are free, but Fridays and Saturdays do cost a meager cover charge. Take note that the bar is often full to the brim on weekends, so it's wise to call ahead and reserve a table. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The Petrol Station

    The Petrol Station

    985 Wakefield Houston, TX 77018
    713-957-2875 Houston's first full-scale craft beer bar is still its most respected, if a little worn around the edges from years of cask-tappings and vertical tastings. And though it's greatly expanded from its initial days as a beer bar tucked into a converted neighborhood gas station — with a big rear patio and equally big parking lot across the street — Petrol is still as friendly and cozy as ever. Grab a beer from the constantly changing selection of eccentrics and solid favorites, and the kitchen is back open after renovations. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Phil & Derek

    Phil & Derek's Restaurant & Wine Bar

    2811 Bammel Lane Houston, TX 77098

  • Phul Court Sports Bar

    1311 Leeland Houston, TX 77002

  • Phul Court Sports Bar

    1311 Leeland Houston, TX 77002

  • Pier 30 Bar & Grill

    1601 Highway 332 Freeport, TX 77541

  • Pimlico Irish Pub

    810 Waugh Dr. Houston, TX 77019

  • Pimlico Irish Pub

    810 Waugh Dr. Houston, TX 77019

  • Pistachos Lounge & Bar

    5887 Westheimer Houston, TX 77051

    Quite possibly the newest member of our Latin list, Pistachio's is a wee baby in terms of age, but this salsa haunt has made a major impression in just a short time. With Sibido Thursdays, Social Fridays and the inimitable Latin Saturdays, this lounge isn't pretentious but it is full of chatty, dancing patrons who are ready to take advantage of the tequila specials and merengue tunes. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • PJ

    PJ's Sports Bar

    614 W. Gray Houston, TX 77019
    713-520-1748 There's nothing fancy here -- the bar is small, and the decor consists mainly of promotional posters from beer companies. But the food is good and so's the company, especially on Thursdays. That's steak night, and the menu couldn't be more straightforward: two steaks, two salads, two baked potatoes and a pitcher of beer for $27, or $13.50 if you are rolling solo. Owner P.J. Mastro himself barbecues the man-sized steaks. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Planeta Bar Rio

    Planeta Bar Rio

    6400 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77057-5912

  • Poison Girl

    Poison Girl

    1641 Westheimer Houston, TX 77006
    713-527-9929 A sign behind the bar commands patrons to "Drink Like An Adult," just above a list of their selection of American-bred whiskeys. In a neighborhood full of younger bars catering to trendier crowds, Poison Girl stands out for its maturity. It's the bar for when you grow out of dance nights and just want to drink something strong to unwind from working for the Man. Before the smoking ban passed, this place was a Marlboro-sponsored sauna. But PG expanded its back patio to accommodate the smokers and give the less-heartier lungs a break. On weekends, it is hard to find a place to sit, inside or on the patio. So come early to stake out a spot at one of the chalkboard tables, complete with a stick of chalk to do your filthy doodles. The row of pinball machines on the back wall is sure to pique your interest by beer three. We highly recommend the Family Guy game. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The Poop Deck

    The Poop Deck

    2928 Seawall Blvd Galveston, TX 77550

    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 this Houston bar or club >>

  • Porch Swing Pub

    Porch Swing Pub

    69 Heights Blvd. Houston, TX 77007
    713-880-8700 Whether dressed in a suit or sporting flip-flops, you will find Porch Swing Pub an all-around laid-back neighborhood bar. The spacious patio full of picnic tables is good for large groups, as ample seating, multiple TV screens and a pool table wait inside. The full bar carries 38 beers on draft and another 30 or so in bottles, with German and Irish brews alongside the usual American standbys. It's easy to forget this one in lieu of the flashier bars off Washington and in Midtown, but this is a top notch spot. Plus, Hickory Hollow and their chicken fried steak is just in walking distance. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Pour House

    156 FM 1960 E. Houston, TX 77073

  • The Pour House Pub (Stafford)

    The Pour House Pub (Stafford)

    10315 W. Airport Blvd. Stafford, TX 77477
    281-561-7687 Down near Murphy Road on West Airport, minutes away from U.S. 59, Stafford's Pour House caters to sporting types. The multitude of pool tables are put to good use on APA league nights, where team shirts bearing names like "8 Ballers" or "Q-Masters" are a common sight. While the number of taps is small considering the bar's name, the liquor selection is rather large, as is the selection of video games sometimes set on free play. The corner stage boasts live music, and a suspiciously placed "support pole" atop the long bar suggests things may get rowdy from time to time. The gigantic projection wall is big enough to turn already sizable athletes into 15-foot-tall, awe-inspiring wonders. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Privilege

    6340 Westheimer Road Houston, TX 77057

  • Proof Bar + Patio

    Proof Bar + Patio

    2600 Travis St. Houston, TX 77006
    832-767-0513 It seems like every few years another owner tries their luck with the spot above Reef on Travis. Varieties of clubs have inhabited the rooftop space, and Proof is now the newest. Truth be told, it's a pretty spot and the nearby skyline is legit, but getting a steady crowd in every weekend is the hard part. Here is hoping the newest Midtown influx will help Proof's chances. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

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