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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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  • Fox Hollow

    4617 Nett St. Houston, TX 77007
    713-869-2117

  • The Glass House

    5219 Washington Ave Houston, TX 77007

  • Ike's Place

    5802 Fulton Houston, TX 77009
    713-691-7373

    A rotund gentleman named Vic drops us some knowledge as he hands us a Budweiser from his bucket. "This is a chill spot, bro, the of type of place where you pre-game before getting into trouble someplace else". We watch the Astros as we sit at the long, granite bar in a pleasantly frigid room that sits next to the new MetroRail line in Lindale Park. The couple to my right are enjoying a few Cervezas Modelos after a long day at the office. The rest of the bar is drinking Bud Light, as the majority of the Tejanos in El Northside do. Except Vic... he drinks Coors Light. "I'm part of a BBQ Cooking Team that is sponsored by Coors. I can't be caught drinking nothing else!" Whatever you're drinking, Ike's is definitely the place to do it. Read more about Ike's Place >>

  • J. Black

    J. Black's Feel Good Lounge

    110 S. Heights Blvd. Houston, TX 77007
    713-862-7818

    http://www.jblacks.com This Austin import is much more laid-back than your typical clubs and bars along Washington Avenue and features a full menu — not just bar bites — that allows you to select from dishes such as sliders, salads and starters as well as a huge lineup of pizzas. You can even make your own pizza with a huge selection of toppings to choose from. Brunch features everything from elegant fare to "Texas-sized breakfast tacos." Cocktails lean toward the classic side and the draft beer lineup features plenty of locals. Read more about J. Black's Feel Good Lounge >>

  • 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 >>

  • KC's Bar & Grill

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

  • Korner Bar

    5903 Fulton St. Houston, TX 77009-1304
    713-697-4681

  • Kung Fu Saloon

    Kung Fu Saloon

    5317 Washington Houston, TX 77007
    713-864-0642

    http://www.kungfusaloon.com Kung Fu Saloon is another in an increasingly busy line of bars catering to drinkers who grew up playing Mortal Kombat and NBA Jam after school and want to meld adult drinking life with childhood. The concept proved popular in Austin naturally, making a niche for itself in that city's busy bar scene, so the owners branched out back east. There are large crowds on the weekends and on "Little Friday", but the bar's decadent bar food menu makes up for your trouble. Read more about Kung Fu Saloon >>

  • Lava Rock

    Lava Rock

    4219 Washington Ave. Houston, TX 77007
    936-827-0056

    http://www.lavarockonwashington.com Lava Rock used to be the Dubliner, a quaint Irish-themed bar, which was a welcome change from the usual dance-oriented clubs on Washington. In the summer of 2012 though it changed into Lava Rock, a louder and more aggressive animal featuring live DJs and a more boisterous crowd. What was once a -- reasonably -- quiet outpost is now a budding dance club with a dedicated weekend warrior crowd. Read more about Lava Rock >>

  • Lei Low Bar

    Lei Low Bar

    6142 N Main St Houston, TX 77009
    713-380-2968

    http://leilowhtx.com/ This Tiki bar in The Heights provides a cool, calm atmosphere with tropical decor and elaborate rum-based mixed drinks that will make you feel like you are on vacation. Created by the staff, these drinks look like works of art and taste good too, with colorful names to match like Polynesian Rainbow, Shipwrecked On Tiki Island and even Balinese Room # 2 in honor of the legendary Galveston nightclub in Galveston immortalized in song by ZZ Top and washed away by Hurricane Ike. The music here is exotica, Hawaiian and reggae, plus whatever the DJ playing eclectic vinyl records on Tuesday nights wants to spin. Wednesday nights, a local musician plays Hawaiian lap steel guitar for your listening pleasure. The owner says he has been fascinated with Tiki bars since childhood, so he created a fantasy world of his own here. The little patio out back keeps the escapism going. Recently opened, Lei Low lies on a stretch of North Main currently under construction; look for Joe’s Food Store next door so you don't pass the place by. Read more about Lei Low Bar >>

  • Liberty Station

    Liberty Station

    2101 Washington Houston, TX 77007
    713-640-5220

    Housed in a converted filling station, Liberty Station is a comfortable, open-air watering hole in the less glitzy but no less charming part of Washington Avenue, closer to the like-minded Dark Horse Tavern a block or two to the west. The bar has a revolving niche-beer list, with favorites like Fireman's #4 and Southern Star represented alongside top-shelf bourbons like Bulleit. Most nights a food truck of some sort is set up outside, serving either gourmet tacos or custom hamburgers. Read more about Liberty Station >>

  • Little J's

    5306 Washington Ave. Houston, TX 77007
    832-649-5293

    http://www.littlejsbar.com

  • Little J's Sports Bar

    4218 Washington Ave Houston, TX 77007
    832-649-5293

  • Woodrow's (Heights)

    1200 Durham Drive Houston, TX 77007
    713-864-5600

    http://www.woodrowsheights.com

  • Little Woodrow

    Little Woodrow's (White Oak)

    2631 White Oak Drive Houston, TX 77009

    http://www.littlewoodrows.com Inhabiting the spot once known as Beer Island, this expansion of the Little Woodrow's empire into the Heights is built for speed. White Oak, a street already bustling with life in the wake of Fitzgerald's rebirth a few years back, already has its share of bars but this one proves that this area's growth is real. All the standard Woodrow's traditions apply here, like the great beer selection and the kooky wall art. Expect this one to be busy for every happy hour due to the young urban professionals that dot the surrounding neighborhood. Read more about Little Woodrow's (White Oak) >>

  • Little Woodrow's on Shepherd

    720 Shepherd Dr. Houston, TX 77007
    832-804-9941

    http://www.littlewoodrows.com

  • Lucky's Pub

    2520 Houston Ave. Houston, TX 77009
    713-862-2400

    http://www.luckyspub.com

  • Luke

    Luke's Ice House

    903 Durham Drive Houston, TX 77007
    281-888-7028

    http://www.lukesicehousehouston.com The former Cahill's On Durham location has been reborn as Luke's Ice House. It's a tad brighter than the former incarnation, and there's more backyard seating for those rare breezy Houston evenings. The concentration here is on (most) Texas beers and they serve up Texas-sized burgers, so it's perfect for Houston game days. Read more about Luke's Ice House >>

  • Manor On Washington

    Manor On Washington

    4819 Washington Houston, TX 77007
    713-426-0123

    http://www.manoronwashington.com Just across the street from the ever-popular Soma Sushi, Manor made its home on Washington Avenue in 2009. Boasting an impressive interior and substantial back patio, the club is deceptively large given its slender exterior. With DJ booths both inside and out, the crowd never stops moving - but fear not, there are dozens of booths and even more stools to take respite from the dance floor. Even the patio area offers a bevy of leather seating and numerous tables to rest your drinks and feet. Two full bars outside and four wells inside mean less waiting for a drink. Don't dream of showing up in sneakers, though - the discerning eyes at the door will turn them (and you) away. Read more about Manor On Washington >>

  • Mr. A's

    3409 Cavalcade Houston, TX 77009
    713-675-2319

  • New Bar

    3500 Washington Ave. Houston, TX 77007-5945
    713-426-5840

  • Oriente Bar

    6417 N. Main St. Houston, TX 77009
    713-864-2342

  • 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 Pearl Lounge >>

  • Porch Swing Pub

    Porch Swing Pub

    69 Heights Blvd. Houston, TX 77007
    713-880-8700

    http://www.porchswingpub.com 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 Porch Swing Pub >>

  • Public House

    Public House

    2802 White Oak Drive Houston, TX 77007
    713-880-2337

    http://www.publichouseheights.com Public House off White Oak in the Heights is one of the first "grown" bars in the area, surrounded by ice houses and sports-themed joints. This makes the PH a rarity and a must-visit for the tamer set in the neighborhood. Located a few doors down from D'Amico's Italian Market Café, it's also a great after-dinner haunt, if their wine and carbs didn't already do you in. A menu of signature cocktails features the Taylor Lee, made of bourbon, ginger beer, and lime juice, which hits the proverbial spot. Read more about Public House >>

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