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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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  • Mr. A's

    3409 Cavalcade Houston, TX 77009

  • New Bar

    3500 Washington Ave. Houston, TX 77007-5945

  • Oriente Bar

    6417 N. Main St. Houston, TX 77009

  • Painting with a Twist

    728 W 19th Street Houston, TX 77008

  • 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 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 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 >>

  • 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 >>

  • 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 >>

  • Reddi Room

    5219 Washington Ave. Houston, TX 77007-5252

  • 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 >>

  • Rick

    Rick's Den

    1203 Cavalcade St. Houston, TX 77009

    This used to be Oscar's Place for a very long time, but a young man named Rick has converted it into a very nice Tejano dancing venue. Strict dress code is enforced, so take your time getting ready. Inside, the dark room is highlighted with just the right amount of color, not too loud or too blinding, but comfortable. The DJ plays a mix of Tejano, cumbia, and even some tropical. Read more about Rick's Den >>

  • Rose Garden

    Rose Garden

    2621 Link Houston, TX 77009

    It's tucked away in that confusing little welter of diagonal streets near where North Main and Airline Drive snake under Loop 610, and it's tiny, so the Rose Garden is literally hard to find. Also concealed is the culture it represents: that of the Polish Texans who came to this city from rural Texas in the years just before and after World War II. That's why the bar is red and white, just like the Polish flag. Read more about Rose Garden >>

  • Santos Lounge

    4603 Fulton St. Houston, TX 77009-3237

  • Social Junkie

    Social Junkie

    2412 Washington Houston, TX 77007

    Two stories of plasma televisions, cold beer, and a strict dress code are the calling cards of Sawyer Park. There's a rear game room complete with skee ball, but really Sawyer Park's biggest attraction is that second-story party deck with a generous view of the Houston skyline. Be sure to come dressed correct to Sawyer Park though; their door staff is known to turn away those of you who take "casual" too far. Washington Avenue may be in it's twilight season, but Sawyer doesn't play around. Read more about Social Junkie >>

  • Shady Tavern Ice House

    Shady Tavern Ice House

    1206 W. 20th Houston, TX 77008
    713-869-7000 Mostly visited by neighborhood locals, Shady Tavern feels like a second home tucked away among the gigantic trees of the Heights. The plywood structure has a large dog-friendly yard where your four-legged friends can romp while their owners kick back with Texas beers or whiskey from the well-stocked bar. Peanuts, tortilla chips and bottled water are all complimentary, but the classic-rock-heavy jukebox isn't. Read more about Shady Tavern Ice House >>

  • Shiloh Club

    Shiloh Club

    1321 Studewood Houston, TX 77008

    With its full bar, friendly staff and large patio, think of Shiloh as the Cheers of the Heights. Many regulars - a cast of likely characters full of everything from war stories to neighborhood gossip - have been coming to Shiloh for years, and welcome newcomers with open arms. One TV may be showing the big game, while another might be surrounded by people commenting on the latest Dancing With the Stars episode. During football season, Shiloh has steak night and free pool to go with Monday Night Football, and a locally famous (or perhaps notorious) "Make Your Own Bloody Mary" day on Sundays. Read more about Shiloh Club >>

  • Shorty's

    519 Shepherd Dr Houston, TX 77007-5348

  • Silky's Blues Bar

    4219 Washington Ave. Houston, TX 77007-5637

  • Sonoma Retail Wine Bar & Restaurant

    Sonoma Retail Wine Bar & Restaurant

    801 Studewood St. Houston, TX 77007
    713-864-9463 This is an elegant Heights-area spot to sip a glass or two from an extensive list of excellent, fairly priced wines or beers. There's also a cheese and meat plate with nuts, fruit, lots of Italian meats and three different cheeses, thin-crust pizzas, including a delicious smoked duck breast version and panini. The brie plate is served warm and drizzled with honey over crisp slices of apples and pears. Read more about Sonoma Retail Wine Bar & Restaurant >>

  • Soto Maria Isabel

    1711 Line St. Houston, TX 77009

  • SPJST Lodge-Chandelier Ballroom

    SPJST Lodge-Chandelier Ballroom

    1435 Beall Houston, TX 77008

    At OTC, loud, danceable music blares over the speakers inside, and young successfuls refill their poison before making their way outside for a game of corn hole and an opportunity to actually hear each other speak. Lively and rambunctious, this crowd comes to party. Parking is limited, so bring cash for the valets on the weekend. But this is all only pregaming for Roak, which may be the most popular club to open in this area in the last half-decade. Read more about SPJST Lodge-Chandelier Ballroom >>

  • The Spot Club

    The Spot Club

    1732 W. 18th St. Houston, TX 77008

    Just west of T.C. Jester beyond the Heights, The Spot Club is a true gem. A dependable crowd of regulars is present every night of the week, gathered around the big, old-style wooden bar with an island of booze in the center. Serving up drinks with a "darlin" and a smile, the attentive staff oozes old-school country charm. A small stage in the corner hosts live music throughout the week, but The Spot's best-kept secret might be its kitchen, so make sure to grab some food while visiting. Read more about The Spot Club >>

  • Taps House Of Beer

    Taps House Of Beer

    5120 Washington Houston, TX 77007
    281-701-4248 Taps House of Beers carries all manner of alcoholic spirits and will even make you a whiskey sour, but beer is the main thing here. The line of taps is gigantic, but not quite to the degree of, say, the Flying Saucer on Main. They have plenty of brands and special batches to sate the amber-hued thirst of anyone in your party, including the dude that won't drink anything you can pronounce.What Taps may lack in exotic brews, it more than makes up for in non-boozy distractions, with plasma television sets and various games of skill galore dotting the premises. Make sure to order one of their 100-ounce carafes of suds at least once. It's fun for parties, and gives you a sense of accomplishment if you finish it. That, and a wicked headache. The weekends get pretty hectic here, so bring your credit card and some patience. Read more about Taps House Of Beer >>

  • Thirteen: The Heights Bar

    1537 N. Shepherd Drive Houston, TX 77008

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