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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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  • Eagle Houston

    709 Franklin Houston, TX 77002

  • Eighteen Twenty Lounge

    Eighteen Twenty Lounge

    1820 Franklin Houston, TX 77002
    713-224-5535 Located only a couple blocks from Minute Maid Park at the corner of Franklin and Hamilton, Eighteen Twenty is a nice spot for a pregame drink minus the roar of most sports bars. Small flat-screen TVs dot the bar, allowing patrons to keep tabs on games while not being the center of attention. This isn't the place for screaming sports nuts, this is more the place for friends to kick back in the black leather chairs and discuss the game in a civil manner. If you're lucky, they'll open the doorway to Joystix Classic Games and Pinball next door and you can practice your Ms. Pac-man skills. Read more about Eighteen Twenty Lounge >>

  • El Big Bad

    El Big Bad

    419 Travis St Houston, TX 77002
    713-229-8181 El Big Bad picks up where the defunct El Gran Malo left off, serving as a funky, friendly joint in a revitalized area of downtown Houston. They create dozens of tequila infusions in-house with a wide variety of fruits, peppers and spices. While they're open all day, every day, for both lunch and dinner (be sure to try the ribs, ceviche and pozole ), the Sunday brunch especially is a winner. There's hardly a better way to recover from the weekend than dining on hearty, rib-sticking pozole; sweet, creamy torrejas (French toast infused with the same sweet milk blend used in tres leches cake); ancho-chile-spiced hot wings; and several different types of layered enchiladas. While some dishes are still in need of refinement, overall El Big Bad is a fun, stylish, eclectic venue ideal for casual dates and get-togethers. Read more about El Big Bad >>

  • Flying Saucer Draught Emporium

    Flying Saucer Draught Emporium

    705 Main Houston, TX 77002
    713-228-9472 For beer connoisseurs in the downtown area, there's no better place to taste, toast and toss back a few brews than the Flying Saucer. With hundreds of beers available you'll find yourself coming back for the cheap, fried food and also, maybe, probably, the attractive, ever-inebriated barflies. Read more about Flying Saucer Draught Emporium >>

  • Front Porch Pub

    Front Porch Pub

    217 W. Gray Houston, TX 77002
    713-571-9571 Deep in the heart of Midtown — or, as some call it, Little Dallas — Front Porch Pub is perfect walking distance for condo-dwellers and those in the surrounding neighborhoods. Living up to its name, the bar has a massive front porch that may have a larger footprint than the drinkery's interior. Heavy wood abounds, be it the solid bar top or the hearty tables and chairs filling the space. Big-screen TVs are scattered around the room, and pool and darts offer something to do. Customers will need some activities, after all, if they attempt to work through all fortysomething beers on tap. Weeknights, Front Porch is a calm spot to catch up with friends or wind down from the workday. Weekends, though, the crowd gets crazier and the bustle increases — like most of Midtown. Steak nights on Tuesdays and Thursdays keep the bar busy, and even with the full mouths, it's still loud as hell inside and out. Read more about Front Porch Pub >>

  • Glitter Karaoke

    Glitter Karaoke

    2621 Milam St. Houston, TX 77002
    713-526-4900 Some Houston bars may devote one or two nights a week to the dark art of karaoke, but Glitter Karaoke gives customers the opportunity to embarrass themselves nightly from Tuesday to Sunday. The spacious Midtown venue, across from popular sandwich shop Les Givrals and a handful of dance clubs, is Inner-Loop ground zero for bachelorette parties singing Dixie Chicks and Britney Spears cuts and birthday gatherings raging until last call. Watching guys try to impress their dates with off-key Creed and Beastie Boys renditions is worth all the off-key Elvis butcherings. Glitter welcomes everyone and even has a small food menu, but there's also a two-drink minimum to keep things... lively. Read more about Glitter Karaoke >>

  • Grass Hopper

    506 Main St. Houston, TX 77002-3105

  • Gray

    Gray's Public House

    510 Gray St Houston, TX 77002
    832-649-7718 Gray's Public House has more than 60 beers available to go with an impressive wall of framed 1960s to 1970s collectible beer cans from obscure brands like Olde Frothingslosh and Hanley Lager. Don't like beer? No problem, just try one of Gray's tasty handcrafted cocktails instead. The friendly staff here is also happy to prepare you some food; the Pub Burger with Everything Fries – the fries come topped with a fried egg – is a current customer favorite. Brunch and wine tastings are planned for the near future, but in the meantime drop in Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights for Top 40 and dance music played by a local DJ and play the Connect Four and Jenga games with some friends. Read more about Gray's Public House >>

  • Havana Latin Grill and Bar

    818 Travis St. Houston, TX 77002-5785

  • Hearsay Gastro Lounge

    Hearsay Gastro Lounge

    218 Travis Houston, TX 77002
    713-225-8079 This gastro-lounge, located in a turn-of-the-century building near Market Square, serves upscale standards like a burger topped with bacon, cheese, avocados, jalapeños and a fried egg (with a side of mac 'n cheese) and fried asparagus battered with Saint Arnold beer. The extensive cocktail menu reflects a dedication to a classic aesthetic, although they do serve vodka, which some expert mixologists eschew. This is a perfect date night place, and if things go right (or wrong), Warren's is just steps away. Read more about Hearsay Gastro Lounge >>

  • Heat Bar and Lounge

    908 Congress St. Houston, TX 77002-1710

  • Hiccups Bar and Grill

    306 Main St. Houston, TX 77002-1811

  • The Honeymoon Cafe & Bar

    The Honeymoon Cafe & Bar

    300 Main St. Houston, TX 77002
    281-846-6995 The Honeymoon, located on a currently booming corner of Main Street in downtown Houston, wants to be all things to all people, and does remarkably well at it. Offering in­-and­out coffee service to rival some of the better shops in the city,and easily the best coffee downtown, The Honeymoon also transitions into multiple formats throughout the day to meet the needs of a changing neighborhood. Business meetings are as welcome here as students, date night as well as a date with a good book. Alongside casually elegant breakfast and lunch fare, the light­filled space also boasts one of the best new cocktail programs in the city, with a focus on well­-executed classics. A tightly edited wine list adds a dimension not found in many of the area’s other drinking establishments, while weekend brunch service combines all of The Honeymoon’s forms into one beguiling way to spend a weekend afternoon. Read more about The Honeymoon Cafe & Bar >>

  • Hookah Bar and Oxygen Bar

    914 Prairie St. Houston, TX 77002-3110

  • Houston Live Sports Lounge

    209 Jackson St. Houston, TX 77002-2228

  • Howl At The Moon

    Howl At The Moon

    612 Hadley Houston, TX 77002
    713-658-9700 If you don't dig blatant innuendo and hearing Billy Joel songs shouted every ten minutes, then Midtown's Howl At The Moon probably isn't for you - just stay at Lola's where you belong. But if you don't mind mingling with college kids and pockets of nouveau-yuppies literally drinking buckets of Long Island Iced Teas, then by all means stay a spell. Howl At The Moon dishes out one hell of a dueling piano show with a profane yet affable charm, calling out the sheepish boys in the crowd while also championing the pink-thonged throngs sipping girlie drinks up front. HATM is a national chain, but each location takes on the vibe its surroundings, meaning you will hear plenty of ZZ Top and the stray Geto Boys joint deep in the heart of Midtown. Read more about Howl At The Moon >>

  • Ibar

    506 Main St. Houston, TX 77002-3105

  • Isis Houston

    Isis Houston

    1010 Prairie St. Houston, TX 77002

  • Java Lounge

    114 Gray St. Houston, TX 77002-8522

  • Jazz at the Magnolia

    1100 Texas Ave. Houston, TX 77002-3114

  • Jefe Bar

    502 Main St. Houston, TX 77002-3105

  • Jet Lounge

    Jet Lounge

    1515 Pease St. Houston, TX 77002-7729

  • Komodo

    Komodo's Pub

    2004 Baldwin Houston, TX 77002

    Despite the reptilian name, snakeskin or any other animal-print decor is nowhere to be found at Komodo's Pub. Instead, the converted residence in the heart of Midtown is more like visiting your grandmother's house — albeit with a large bar in the middle of the living room and a backyard patio. Good for large groups or date nights, Komodo's draws a lively crowd in tune with the casual atmosphere and eclectic jukebox. For those coming straight from work, the bar's lengthy list of shots allows plenty of options for blowing off steam after a day droning at the office. Remember to create tangible and incriminating artifacts from your evening in the bar's photobooth. Read more about Komodo's Pub >>

  • La Carafe

    La Carafe

    813 Congress Houston, TX 77002
    713-229-9399 Housed in the oldest commercial building in town, La Carafe exudes history. The jukebox plays no small part in this process, stocked as it is with Benny Goodman and Lady Day, and so do the candles behind the bar resting atop mountains of their own melted wax. The brick walls are covered with photos and paintings of the city in bygone days and even one of the city's namesake. The museum-worthy collection is dominated by a huge portrait of Sam Houston himself. A weekend afternoon here taking in the downtown scenes will really make you fall in love with Houston all over again. Read more about La Carafe >>

  • Last Concert Cafe

    Last Concert Cafe

    1403 Nance St. Houston, TX 77002
    713-226-8563 Decades' worth of Houstonians have knocked for admittance on this unmarked Warehouse District door. Inside, the current incarnation serves up respectable Tex-Mex and stout green-chile-and-potato soup. Same old booths, same vintage glass-block bar, same funky patio -- now with funky local musicians holding forth. Read more about Last Concert Cafe >>

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