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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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  • Jr's Club

    8403 Westview Drive Houston, TX 77055-4801
    713-464-9034

  • Jr's Lounge

    3435 S. Richey Houston, TX 77017
    713-910-7733

  • JT's Sports Bar

    8110 Fm 1960 Road E. Humble, TX 77346
    281-312-1222

  • Juanito's Night Club

    6762 Telephone Road Houston, TX 77061-2055
    713-643-4277

  • Juke Box Lounge

    9030 Almeda Genoa Road Houston, TX 77075-2336
    713-991-9828

  • Julep

    Julep

    1919 Washington Ave. Houston, TX 77007

    http://www.julephouston.com/ This chic new cocktail bar is from self-taught bartender extraordinaire Alba Huerta, formerly of Anvil Bar & Refuge and the Pastry War. She told us she created Julep as a place that reflects the American South, its people, their tastes, and their traditions. The bar takes its name from the iconic centuries-old mixed cocktail the mint julep, which originated in the South and was a symbol of wealth and excess, as the mandatory chipped ice was quite expensive in days of old. Here, the Mint Julep consists of Four Roses and Old Granddad 100 bourbons, fresh mint, turbinado and powdered sugar, served in a silver cup, with lots of ice. Rock & Rye, Spiced, and Sparkling Juleps are also available, and shiny to-go julep cups are available for a fee. In addition to the variety of juleps, Huerta has also created a number of Southern house cocktails like the Cherry Bounce Sour and Cider & Milk Punch, as well as pre-prohibition Southern-style drinks including the Crescent City and Boulevardier. In addition to the cocktails, a fine selection of wines, spirits and craft beers is available. The seafood sold here – oysters, bay scallops, clams, lobsters, prawns, and caviar – also reflects old Southern wealth and excess. Not in the mood for seafood? Try the pickled quail eggs or rabbit rillette pantry jars with a friend instead. Read more about Julep >>

  • Julian's Sport Bar

    8301 Gulf Freeway Houston, TX 77017
    713-644-5845

  • Julian's Sports Bar

    2525 Galveston Road Houston, TX 77017
    713-644-5845

  • Jumps Bar

    Jumps Bar

    13180 Westpark Houston, TX 77082
    713-474-9390

  • The Junction Bar & Grill

    The Junction Bar & Grill

    160 W. Gray Houston, TX 77019
    713-523-7768

    http://www.junctionbarandgrill.com Catering to the suit-and-tie happy-hour crowds early in the evening, The Junction gets louder and more hopping the later the hour grows. Open bay doors on all sides allow natural breezes to flow through the main room, which is surrounded by patios facing West Gray and a drinking platform up top. The food menu carries a litany of delights, including tacos made from the bar's seasoned burger beef (a personal favorite), plus some of the hottest crawfish this side of the Louisiana border when in season that is. Some televisions are literally on the bar top - complete with remotes - so you'll never be stuck mindlessly watching ESPN while you drink. Read more about The Junction Bar & Grill >>

  • Junior's Drive Inn

    200 Grand Ave. Bacliff, TX 77518
    281-559-4252

  • Junior's Texas BBQ

    102 Mccarty St. Houston, TX 77029-1136
    713-671-2525

  • Just A Bar

    13548 Beechnut St. Houston, TX 77083-6605
    281-988-5710

  • Just Joking

    11717 Highland Meadow Drive Houston, TX 77089-6830
    281-922-1472

  • Justin's Sports Bar & Grill

    6 Greenway Plaza Houston, TX 77046-0601
    713-629-1200

  • K K's Pub

    3918 Fairmont Parkway Pasadena, TX 77504-3014
    281-487-0905

    http://www.kkspub.com

  • Katanga Bar

    17803 Riverside St. Houston, TX 77044-5409
    281-456-0708

  • Katie's Bar & Grill

    315 Grand Ave. Bacliff, TX 77518
    281-559-3773

    http://www.katiesbar.com

  • Kay's Dream

    3412 Sakowitz St. Houston, TX 77026-5421
    713-672-7130

  • Kay

    Kay's Lounge

    2324 Bissonnet Houston, TX 77005
    713-521-0010

    Mention Kay's Lounge to seasoned Houston drinkers, and the first thing out of their mouths is probably a line about the bar's trademark Texas-shaped table smack-dab in the middle of the front room. The virtually ageless bar is covered in decades of Houston history, from the vintage beer ads and signs lining the walls to the dusty, yellowed snapshots of the establishment's past clientele. Considering its West U location, Kay's has a glancing reputation as a preppy dive, but don't let that dissuade you from basking in the glow of one of Houston's most revered neon-lit haunts. An Internet jukebox rests in the corner instead of the old-school manual one Kay's once had, so prepare to be at the mercy of strangers' questionable listening habits if you don't shove in a few dollars before they do. Budget-minded drinkers can snag a few free hot dogs on Mondays. Read more about Kay's Lounge >>

  • KC's Bar & Grill

    1971 W. T C Jester Blvd. Houston, TX 77008-1259
    713-864-3944

  • Kelley's Wetspot Sports Bar

    160 W. Gray St. Houston, TX 77019-5509
    713-523-7768

  • Kelly's Sports Bar

    1107 Central St. Houston, TX 77012

  • Kelvin Arms

    Kelvin Arms

    2424 Dunstan Houston, TX 77005
    713-528-4739

    http://www.kelvinarms.com Kelvin Arms is dominated by a huge bank vault in the middle of the bar - a holdover from when the Rice Village building was University Bank in the late 1920s and early '30s. Today the old vault resembles an elegantly appointed and softly lit library, albeit one where you can chug shots inside. Outside the huge steel door, Kelvin Arms has an HD projector constantly showing sports, and a shrine to Sean Connery. This one is worth getting off the beaten Rice Village path to venture into. Read more about Kelvin Arms >>

  • Kenneally

    Kenneally's Irish Pub

    2111 S. Shepherd Houston, TX 77019
    713-630-0486

    http://www.irishpubkenneallys.com It's just off the Westheimer drinking drag, so Kenneally's Irish Pub doesn't get as much hipster love as bars like Catbird's or Poison Girl, but it's a Houston institution and deserves a whirl from any learned local barfly. Located across the street from the Red Lion Pub and a PetCo, the simple and sturdy-looking pub has a cozy, wood-paneled interior. Walk down two steps to belly up to the U-shaped bar as a handful of televisions run at all times; the corner jukebox is loaded with Irish drinking compilations, The Eagles, classic soul and - surprisingly enough - The Smiths. If you get hungry, Kenneally's is known for its homemade pizzas, especially customer fave the Shamrock Special. Parking gets a little hairy at night, but it's worth the tight squeeze around back. Read more about Kenneally's Irish Pub >>

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