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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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  • Roeder

    Roeder's Pub

    3116 S. Shepherd Houston, TX 77098
    713-524-4994 For those who think wood is good, Roeder's Pub salutes you. The floors? Bare wood. The bar? Wood. The tables and chairs? Wood and wood. Even the shutters are wood. In the desert of sizzling concrete that is the corner of Shepherd and Alabama, Roeder's offers a sylvan refuge, a dark and cool spot to chill with a single malt or pint of black beer. There's also a small parking lot patio, real darts, Golden Tee and a Britpop/alt-country juke for those who like their liquid retreats loud and/or active. Read more about Roeder's Pub >>

  • Ruthie

    Ruthie's Place

    1829 Richmond Houston, TX 77098

    This easy to miss, but not to be missed, dive is located right on Richmond Avenue snuggled behind a small parking lot. The icehouse's central attraction is probably either the "Bad Ass" jukebox or solitary pool table, but the giant TV in the corner usually tuned to ESPN is no shrinking violet. A grill on the back patio is available for cookouts; bring your own meat, though. Ruthie's is cash-only, but does have its own ATM for your convenience. This place gets a bad rep as being some sort of hipster-ridden dive, but we all know that good times don't care how expensive your bicycle was. Read more about Ruthie's Place >>

  • Side Street Brewing

    2006 Lexington St. Houston, TX 77098-4222

  • The Stag

    The Stag's Head

    2128 Portsmouth Houston, TX 77098
    713-533-1199 There are a lot of places claiming to be "pubs" around Houston, but few actually pull off an authentic vibe without throwing in the frat towel. Count the Stag's Head, right across Portsmouth from Cactus Music, as one of the places in town doing pub life right. The bar has a cozy, compartmentalized attitude where you can disappear into a dark corner almost any hour of the day to drink and watch a game or two. In fact, during the most recent World Cup season, Stag's Head was a teeming mass of suds and shouting during matches. Their food is exceptional, with the Jamaican Jerk wings a real standout. All the local beers are on tap, even the limited-edition brews fresh from the Saint Arnold's brewery. Read more about The Stag's Head >>

  • The Davenport

    The Davenport

    2117 Richmond Houston, TX 77098

    This Richmond Avenue lounge has been a fixture of the old Sandman building for years, with its cozy interior and mid-century furniture providing a warm and welcoming environment. As the glass-shaped door handle belies, this is a go-to spot for martinis, with a specialty menu boasting nearly 50 different variations on the beloved drink and a lengthy list of vodkas. But that’s not the only spirit in good supply here, as The Davenport has a hearty Scotch collection that stretches the length of the bar. This combination of fruity vodka concoctions and intriguing whiskeys provides a yin-and-yang balance to the dim room and its often rock-oriented soundtrack. On a slower night it’s a pleasant place to tuck away for a few rounds, but the small space crowds quickly. Read more about The Davenport >>

  • TK Bitterman

    TK Bitterman's

    2010 W. Alabama St. Houston, TX 77098

    Nearing its third decade in business, TK Bitterman's on West Alabama has more than a little history in its walls. The bar has been a neighborhood staple for almost 25 years, and before that a Chinese restaurant, dry cleaner and a few other bars - including Rudyard's, before that bar moved to its present location on Waugh. Bitterman's folklore states that the building also housed a brothel upstairs, but that's mostly on the down-low. Today it's a homey, Chicago-centric watering hole with all kinds of Cubs and Ernie Banks paraphernalia on the walls - the owner is from the Windy City - but Astros fans are tolerated too. Besides the nightly cast of friendly drinkers and bartenders to enliven your evening, some nights you can grab a few slices of Kenneally's famous pizza here. Read more about TK Bitterman's >>

  • Twin Peaks

    Twin Peaks

    4527 Lomitas St. Houston, TX 77098

  • Velvet Melvin Pub

    Velvet Melvin Pub

    3303 Richmond Houston, TX 77098

    If ever there were a spacious, comfortable Upper Kirby sports bar with a plethora of televisions, Velvet Melvin is it. With an iconic circular sign and expansive patio fronting Richmond Avenue, this watering hole is hard to miss. The brave and brash might want to try tackling the Melvin's "Drink the Tank" challenge: A 64-ounce fishbowl full of various liquors. (Don't say you weren't warned, though.) Weekly drink specials, Monday-night trivia, an all-day Sunday happy hour and a cluster of Golden Tee machines keep patrons coming back. Or perhaps it's the bar's array of beers and hefty food menu - including the Melvin Melt, "guaranteed to cure a hangover." Read more about Velvet Melvin Pub >>

  • West Alabama Ice House

    West Alabama Ice House

    1919 W. Alabama Houston, TX 77098

    Less a bar than a perpetual backyard barbecue, the breezy, this open-air ice house has been quenching the thirst of beer-starved Montrosians since 1927. It's a blue-collar place to knock back a social beer after work and discuss the great affairs of the day and the tawdry gossip of the neighborhood. Fridays in summer the icehouse offers free grilled hot dogs, and live bands of all shapes and sounds take to the small outdoor stage. In winter, they unfurl plastic walls and trot out the space heaters, and patrons repair indoors for pool and jukebox tunes. This is a suburban icehouse done right, inside the Loop. Read more about West Alabama Ice House >>

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