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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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  • 1919 Wine and Mixology

    1919 Wine and Mixology

    2736 Virginia St. Houston, TX 77098

    A hybrid of wine and specially-curated cocktails right next door to The Oak Bar, 1919 Wine & Mixology manages to get both right. Featuring about 140 different wines from around the world, including sustainable and organic options, it also carries a full list of craft cocktails if wine ain't your thing. The decor is simply gorgeous, with a kind of antique-meets-modern elegance that creates an ambiance definitely worth a trip outside your dive-bar comfort zone. Read more about 1919 Wine and Mixology >>

  • 2828 Lounge

    2828 Lounge

    2828 SW Freeway Houston, TX 77098
    713-942-2111 2828 Lounge is the hotel bar of the Sheraton Four Points near Greenway Plaza, so most of its customers are either passing through Houston or meeting someone who is. Lacking the distractions of club lights and loud music, the bar is well-lit with plenty of cozy seating, a few televisions and a pair of computers, and a full slate of libations. 2828 might not be a traditional hotel lounge, but it makes a good hideaway for those wanting a spot a bit off the map. Read more about 2828 Lounge >>

  • The Acapulco Bar

    2111 Westheimer Road Houston, TX 77098-1430

  • Agora


    1712 Westheimer Houston, TX 77098
    713-526-7212 Westheimer's vital wine-and-coffee hotspot teems with life every night of the week. The Greek-themed Montrose study-like drinkery is perfect for a night studying with fellow collegiate types, or just a quiet first-date night, to suss out whether or not your current crush is worth keeping around. Plenty of wine varieties are available for the discriminating palette, and be sure to check out the jukebox. Read more about Agora >>

  • Armadillo Palace

    Armadillo Palace

    5015 Kirby Houston, TX 77098
    713-526-9700 Easily spotted thanks to the giant silver armadillo leering at the passing traffic on Kirby Drive, Armadillo Palace is part of the Goode Company cluster of eat-and-drinkerys just south of Highway 59. Patrons can feast on the family's legendary barbecue and sip whiskey while taking in the various frontier décor lining the interior. Live music of the honky-tonk and Red Dirt variety sounds forth from the corner stage Wednesday through Saturday, and there's even a bit of room for dancing. (A bit.) Folks needing a little liquid courage before they take a spin need look no further than the large bar anchoring the center of the room. Read more about Armadillo Palace >>

  • Azteca


    2207 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77098-3308

  • The Boat Yard

    3749 Greenbriar St. Houston, TX 77098-4005

  • Camereta at Paulie's

    1834 Westheimer Road Houston, TX 77098

    COMING SOON Read more about Camereta at Paulie's >>

  • Cellar Bar

    Cellar Bar

    3140 Richmond Houston, TX 77098
    713-528-6435 If you find yourself visiting the dimly-lit and dirty-looking Cellar Bar before midnight, you'll most likely find it empty inside. The outside patio however, is the hot spot for patrons, mostly all smokers. The bar offers pool tables, a Wii, dart boards, and karaoke on Fridays. The bartenders are always laid-back, and good music is usually playing from the jukebox. Did we mention that the pitchers of Lone Star are only $6? That's good enough reason to check the place out. Between midnight and 2 a.m., the place will get pretty packed, but those pitchers will keep even the most exhausted customers coming around. Cellar Bar may feel a bit dirty, but it's got character. Read more about Cellar Bar >>

  • Crome

    2815 S. Shepherd Drive Houston, TX 77098-1535

  • Diamond Club Cabaret

    3136 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77098-3002

  • Estate Lounge

    2303 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77098

  • Guava Lamp

    Guava Lamp

    570 Waugh Houston, TX 77098
    713-524-3359 Anchoring a Montrose shopping center near Allen Parkway and Stages Repertory Theater, Guava Lamp is a swanky refuge from the workday and lively den of activity on the weekends. Touted as Houston's premiere video lounge, the bar invites customers to cozy up to the ample couch or booth seating as the screens flicker videos from Madonna, Whitney Houston and numerous other beloved divas. The glowing bar packed with top-shelf liquor offers daily specials, including $4 Jager Blasters on Sundays, explaining the wall of empty green bottles the bar sports like a badge. Guava Lamp hosts periodic live music and is known for its packed Karaoke Wednesdays. Read more about Guava Lamp >>

  • Jime's Sports Bar

    2213 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77098-3308

  • Kirbside Bar

    2955 Kirby Dr. Houston, TX 77098

  • Little Woodrow's

    2301 W. Alabama St. Houston, TX 77098-2203

  • Lizzard's Pub

    2715 Sackett Houston, TX 77098

  • McElroy

    McElroy's Pub

    3607 S. Sandman Houston, TX 77098
    713-524-2444 Adjacent to The Davenport in Shepherd Plaza, Irish-owned McElroy's offers a plethora of Hibernian beers, ciders and whiskeys. There are enough plush red leather couches and beer-related paraphernalia (mostly Guinness and Harp, of course) on the walls that enjoying a pint or two here actually does feel like being in Dublin. Sprinkled with holiday-party lights, the back porch has a grill that fires up for the weekly steak nights on Wednesdays; customers are welcome to bring their own meat and/or veggies the rest of the time. Read more about McElroy's Pub >>

  • Metroplex Plaza

    2165 Portsmouth St. Houston, TX 77098-4015

  • The Mezzanine Lounge

    The Mezzanine Lounge

    2200 SW Freeway Houston, TX 77098
    713-528-6399 The Mezzanine Lounge boasts a diverse clientele, and the beautiful servers are oftentimes randomly in their underwear. Don't worry, it's legal. Forget workman's compensation; this is customer compensation, thank you very much. The bar also offers karaoke along with a party atmosphere upstairs and a calmer, more laid-back feel downstairs. Be forewarned: If you choose to venture upstairs, you will have beer spilled on you and deal with a lot of rowdy drunks. Everyone's into that kind of thing from time to time, but if you're just looking to knock a few back before you drive home, stay downstairs. It's quieter. Recently the bar was also named the "Smartest Bar in America" for its high bar trivia scores. Maybe we can get the Mezz's drinkers looking into a cure for cancer… Read more about The Mezzanine Lounge >>

  • The Oak Bar

    The Oak Bar

    2736 Virginia Houston, TX 77098
    713-568-9198 Upscale, exclusive, and hand in hand with the next bar on this list, The Oak is one of the newest -- and nicest -- additions to the River Oaks bar scene. DJs spin dance music most nights, and it's common to find folks dancing on the couches, balancing glasses of champagne and super-high heels with expertise. Read more about The Oak Bar >>

  • OTC Patio Bar

    OTC Patio Bar

    3212 Kirby Drive Houston, TX 77098
    832-691-6999 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 OTC Patio Bar >>

  • The Owl Bar

    The Owl Bar

    3200 Kirby Houston, TX 77098
    713-526-3535 Owl Bar is beloved by a wide range of patrons, from loyal River Oaks bar-hoppers to tattooed indie types. With a weekday happy hour featuring half-off beer, liquor and house wine, this spot delivers a calm, soothing place to drink during off-peak hours. Entering the small pub will bring you face-to-face with the appropriately owl-themed décor, a smattering of more than 20 vodkas and a staff that treats its clientele like family. If that's still not enough, there's a popcorn machine, and a corner jukebox is stacked with great albums from the past 30 years and set up for free play. Its prime location off Kirby has increased its popularity as that area has become a new hot spot for well-heeled drinkers. Read more about The Owl Bar >>

  • Phil & Derek

    Phil & Derek's Restaurant & Wine Bar

    2811 Bammel Lane Houston, TX 77098

  • The Phoenix on Westheimer

    The Phoenix on Westheimer

    1915 Westheimer Houston, TX 77098
    713-526-3100 "What the hell is a firkin?" you've probably asked every time you've passed by this Old English-style pub. A firkin is a unit of measurement in true Old English fashion, equal to ¼ of a barrel, or approximately 72 pints. A phoenix is what you feel like when, against all odds, you rise again the morning after you consume a firkin. Firkin & Phoenix features traditional pub fare like cottage pie, bangers, beans and mash, and of course, fish 'n' chips. They've also got more American bar food like burgers and chili dogs, and you can even get some pasta, salads, or finer foods like chicken curry and grilled ribeye steak. They run specials every day, and have karaoke on Thursdays and a free poker tournament on Sundays. Free WiFi, too. Read more about The Phoenix on Westheimer >>

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