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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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  • R & R Sports Bar & Grill

    R & R Sports Bar & Grill

    1840 Barker Cypress Houston, TX 77084
    281-578-2704 R&R Sports Bar & Grill takes the dark and smoky approach to its decor, with long bar tables and a small stage made for off-key karaoke. Push the chairs aside and you can show that you were made for dancing all night long to the pub’s featured live bands. Or you can get onstage and start your own: This month, R&T hosts Big Slick and Inside Out. In addition to the live and homemade entertainment, R&R has daily drink specials, with $2 margaritas or $3 pint beers. From Thirsty Thursdays to Ladies Night, there’s always something going on here. Read more about R & R Sports Bar & Grill >>

  • R & R Sports Bar Friendswood

    R & R Sports Bar Friendswood

    3338 FM 528 Friendswood, TX 77546
    281-996-8300 R & R doesn't look like much has changed since whenever the classic sports bar opened - which, judging by the trading cards and Sports Illustrated covers trapped beneath the lacquered bar top, appears to be 1992 or '93. The Internet jukebox might be the newest thing here, and the wooden football helmets tucked behind the bar have probably been painted a few times to update the logos. The stage at the front hosts plenty of country and blues on Fridays and Saturdays, and a homemade painting of ZZ Top hovers over the soundboard. Tables take up the main floor space, while an array of big-screen TVs line the wall amidst paintings of Houston sports legends. In the back, a hazy cluster of dartboards, shuffleboard and pool tables lies among several ledges lined with barstools. Read more about R & R Sports Bar Friendswood >>

  • R2's

    7 W. Main St. Humble, TX 77338

  • The Railyard

    The Railyard

    4200 San Felipe Houston, TX 77027
    713-621-4000 Neighborhood bars belong in every neighborhood, and The Railyard is proof. What makes this divey spot even more awesome than it would be otherwise is that it's divey and cheap in the middle of swanky River Oaks. Cheap beers, friendly bartenders, and a laid-back attitude all wrapped up in a package containing no dress code or douchey door guy: how could anyone ask for more? Read more about The Railyard >>

  • Rainbow Room

    527 Barren Springs Drive Houston, TX 77090-5355

  • Ram Bar

    4315 Montrose Blvd. Houston, TX 77006-5823

  • Ramblin Rose

    2819 Preston Ave. Pasadena, TX 77503-3821

  • Raoul's Italian Grill

    16823 Theiss Mail Route Road Spring, TX 77379-6251

  • Ray Ray

    Ray Ray's Ice House

    6111 E. Freeway Houston, TX 77020

    For an icehouse, this Denver Harbor spot is everything it's supposed to be: Heavy on the charm, if not the beer and booze selection. At Ray Ray's neighbors congregate, down a beer or three, and settle in to watch a game on one of the big televisions while others play pool, darts, or marathon bouts of dominoes. The staff takes time to learn customers' names, and leaves a sign at their barstool when they head out to smoke a cigarette. Read more about Ray Ray's Ice House >>

  • Ray Ray's Sports Bar

    1101 Collingsworth St. Houston, TX 77009-4904

    This sports bar is Tejano to the bone. Just blocks away from the popular Northside institutions Fiesta Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant, Memo's Record Shop, Refresqueria Flamingo Chill, and Moody Park, this is the spot to play some pool, drink a bucket, and reminisce as you listen to Gary Hobbs or David Lee Garza. Read more about Ray Ray's Sports Bar >>

  • Rays Ice House

    7504 Lyons Ave. Houston, TX 77020

  • Red & White Wine Bistro

    1510 Polk St. Houston, TX 77002

  • The Red Barn Saloon & Dancehall

    The Red Barn Saloon & Dancehall

    5406 Hwy 36 S. Rosenberg, TX 77471

    This Rosenberg country dance hall, bar and live-music venue makes visitors feel as though they really are way out in the country; across the street is a large tract of farmland. Being outside Houston, smoking is allowed in the main saloon hall upon entrance; patrons can enter the neon-lighted dance hall for a smoke-free environment. The bar looks like a saloon you would see in an old Western movie, with the addition of a dozen TVs, three pool tables, video games, dartboards and an Internet jukebox. Thursday night a DJ hosts karaoke, while on Friday and Saturday nights bands play live music, usually country with some occasional rock and R&B; Red Barn is closed on Sundays. Read more about The Red Barn Saloon & Dancehall >>

  • The Red Brick Tavern

    119 Simonton St. Conroe, TX 77301

  • Red Door

    Red Door

    2416 Brazos Houston, TX 77002
    713-256-9383 You have to jog a couple of flights to get to Red Door's main drinking hole, and that's A-OK with us. The red, black, and white decor reminds us a bit of Alice in Wonderland, which we love, but there's only so much Queen of Hearts we can take before its time to scamper out of the rabbit hole. Luckily once you do, the view from the main bar's adjacent patio will make you glad you ventured out of Wonderland and into the fall air in no time. Read more about Red Door >>

  • Red Lion Pub

    Red Lion Pub

    2316 S. Shepherd Houston, TX 77019
    713-782-3030 Don't let the red pleather-upholstered booths and faux Tudor timbers fool you. This isn't just another fake British pub. This is an authentically fake British pub. Founder and owner Craig Mallinson is the son of British folk singer Sarah Mallinson, and he bakes the Cornish pasties himself. He even has the "Fruity" variety of H&P sauce to slather on your sausage rolls. Order up a hearty ale to go with your curry and prepare to into a world of pleasure. Or sleep. Read more about Red Lion Pub >>

  • Red Ox Bar & Grill

    Red Ox Bar & Grill

    811 Collingsworth St. Houston, TX 77009
    713-227-3369 Fans of Montrose Mexican restaurant Bocados, which closed in May 2013 after a 15-year run, can rejoice: former owners Terry Flores and Lily Hernandez have now opened Red Ox Bar & Grill, which has resurrected favorite Bocados menu items like the chicken empanadas, chicken flautas, and their popular fajitas. Their mantra here is “Food People Love,” so in addition to the classic Bocados menu items they have added some new favorites like the Grilled Chicken Sandwich and Mexican Burger with chorizo and jalapenos; vegetarians will be pleased with the portobello mushroom fajitas and spinach enchiladas. Street Taco Tuesdays and Steak Night Wednesdays are among the weekly specials, and patrons like to wash all of this food down with the Texas beers and wines offered here, as well as the signature Red Ox Prickly Pear Margaritas. The Red Ox is a friendly, casual place with a cool, eclectic ambiance and design; features include reclaimed wood walls, custom tabletops recycled from bowling-alley flooring, a wall of color, and a painted mural of Houston landmarks done by local artist Wiley Robertson. Read more about Red Ox Bar & Grill >>

  • Red's Country Place

    833 Wakefield Drive Houston, TX 77018-6337

  • Reddi Room

    5219 Washington Ave. Houston, TX 77007-5252

  • Reds Sports Bar

    14628 Woodforest Blvd Houston, TX 77015-3144

  • Referee's Sports Bar

    3811 Ennis St. Houston, TX 77004-4509

  • The Refinery Burgers & Whiskey

    The Refinery Burgers & Whiskey

    702 W. Dallas St. Houston, TX 77019
    713-487-0029 A place where you can get a good, old-fashioned hamburger and a good Old Fashioned in one spot? That's the allure of The Refinery, an utterly unpretentious icehouse (and whiskey bar) that also happens to serve burgers and wings, situated right on the edge of downtown. Houston's skyline makes a gorgeous backdrop if you're sitting on The Refinery's patio. And if you're sitting inside, check out the refinery parts and oil rig accoutrements that make up the restaurant's tongue-in-cheek decor. Read more about The Refinery Burgers & Whiskey >>

  • Re:HAB Bar on the Bayou

    Re:HAB Bar on the Bayou

    1658 Enid Houston, TX 77009
    713-225-1668 This friendly bar located on the banks of Little White Oak Bayou, a few minutes drive from Downtown or the Heights, features a large backyard with picnic tables, a big court for playing washers and a fire pit. A current project at Re:HAB is an old VW Beetle outside that is being transformed into a barbecue pit; inside there are several interesting works from a local artist. Live music is performed here weekly and there is never a cover; the bands appreciate tips. The Mitch Jacobs Band, Texas Johnny Boy and blues legend Milton Hopkins – who played with B.B. King and other greats – play here on a regular basis. Friendly owner Grace Miller from Glasgow, Scotland has lived in Houston for 20 years and calls Houston the “best city in America”; Re:HAB's equally friendly patrons will make you a believer if you are not one already. Read more about Re:HAB Bar on the Bayou >>

  • Relief Pitcher

    6621 Brittmoore Road Houston, TX 77041

  • Reno


    20810 Gulf Freeway Webster, TX 77598

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