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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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  • Al

    Al's Sports Bar

    16203 Westheimer Houston, TX 77082
    281-493-9797 The newly renovated Al's Sports Bar, on the edge of George Bush Park near Highway 6, is a lively, rowdy suburban watering hole. Besides lots of TV screens and tank-top-clad waitresses, the football goalpost by the bar leaves no doubt about Al's sporting nature - shouts and sighs carry through the establishment right up to the final play. Besides any game you could possibly want to watch, Al's features live music on the weekends, Texas Hold 'Em tournaments Tuesdays and Thursdays, and a weekly lingerie show on Wednesdays. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Big John

    Big John's Sports Bar & Grill

    6150 Wilcrest Houston, TX 77072
    281-498-3499 Big John's has a new general manager and is undergoing a somewhat drastic facelift. Despite its gigantic size, it's a cozy bar where the live music isn't cranked way, way up, so patrons can actually converse with each other. The impressive pool hall in the back room - John's is affiliated with the American Pool Association - is likewise being renovated, with a dance floor on the way. Wednesday is trivia night, and DJs spin on Friday and Saturday. Big John's offers more than 25 beers on tap, $2 wells and $1.75 drafts; food specials include ribeye and salmon nights on Tuesday and Thursday (respectively), and fajita tacos are available upon request. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • BJ's Sports Pub

    9615 Southwest Freeway Houston, TX 77074-1332

  • Brittmoore Ice House

    1535 Brittmoore Houston, TX 77063

  • Club 1

    6262 Wilcrest Houston, TX 77072

  • Club Riddims

    Club Riddims

    8220 W. Bellfort Houston, TX 77071
    713-779-0033 Club Riddims has been around for more than 15 years and is still Houston's only Caribbean club, but it's a hip-hop haven too. With a number of DJs on staff who make sure to pour in a healthy dose of rap alongside those reggae and soca jams, Club Riddims one of the best places in the city for hip-hop fans. With its eclectic music mix, there's no chance you'll overdose on Drake here, which is always a good thing. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Club Salsero

    9232 Richmond Houston, TX 77063

  • Colorado Bar & Grill

    Colorado Bar & Grill

    6710 SW Freeway Houston, TX 77074
    713-781-1122 Do you like a good Philly cheesesteak or pollo poblano with your boobs? What we're saying here is that, besides the lovely ladies gracing the club's three main stages, there's a bountiful menu. And if for some reason you need a break from looking at half-naked gyrating young females, the Colorado offers billiards, tabletop video games and Golden Tee. From its old-school-Vegas-style sign to its super-friendly staff, the Colorado has a look and feel quite unlike that at other places where ladies twirl on poles in clear high heels for strangers. Some gentlemen's clubs tend to go overboard on creating an illusion of exclusivity; the Colorado is laid-back and lacks pretense. Who knows? You might even become a regular. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The Cozy Corner

    The Cozy Corner

    11530 Burdine St. Houston, TX 77035

    Stepping into this dark, friendly cavern of a tatterdemalion strip mall bar near the ruins of Westbury Square is like entering a portal back to 1980, with a difference. Yes, it's got the requisite low ceiling, cheap drinks, early opening time (11 a.m.) and friendly, take-no-shit service you expect from any old-school dive worth its salty peanuts. And yep, there's not much on the jukebox to thrill the ears of trendy Vampire Weekend and Animal Collective fans. We're talking stuff like Wet Willie, Hank Sr. and .38 Special. But this isn't your average suburban strip mall dive by a long shot, as any trip to the Cozy's Friday and Saturday night karaoke extravaganzas will prove. Let's just say Westbury more than lives up to its "Little Montrose" nickname during Cozy Corner karaoke night. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Crystal Nightclub

    Crystal Nightclub

    6880 SW Fwy Houston, TX 77074

    A Latin gay club, complete with fabulous drag queens and an uber-friendly crowd? Don't mind if we do! Crystal has been around for nearly 20 years, but this well-kept little treasure doesn't receive the same fanfare as the more visible Montrose establishments. (It's way far away from there.) The commute is worth the effort for the salsa dancing alone, even if you're just hanging out on the sidelines and taking in the view. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • El Rey Sports Bar

    El Rey Sports Bar

    9357 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77063

    Anchoring a Richmond strip center between Fondren and Gessner, El Rey's blinking neon-green sign beckons drinkers Tuesday through Saturday. This sports bar feels a bit more spacious than most others, likely due to the large dance floor and raised stage. The booze selection is limited to beer and wine, but there are plenty of wells full of ice-cold brews behind the large bar top. Three pool tables sit in the back corner of the big U-shaped room, but the real entertainment is the music - El Rey features a bevy of Latin sounds from salsa and cumbia to one of Houston's myriad rock en español bands. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Emmit's Place

    4852 Benning Drive Houston, TX 77035

  • The Hideaway On Dunvale

    The Hideaway On Dunvale

    3122 Dunvale Houston, TX 77063
    713-977-3515 Steve Selfridge has created what might be Houston's most underrated - and therefore perfect - dive bar way out west on Dunvale at Richmond. You can smoke cigars on the sprawling patio. You can order ten-pound buckets of crawfish in season. You can eat a whole lobster or a steak-and-baked-potato on the cheap during certain nightly specials. And you can usually see some excellent blues and and classic rock cover bands while you're chowing down. Better yet - even if you don't bring a friend, you'll likely have made a few by the time you leave. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Houston Sports Hub

    Houston Sports Hub

    15209 Westheimer Road Houston, TX 77082

    (Previously The End Zone Sports Bar & Grill) Monday Night Football and UFC fights are big draws at this Westside establishment with a friendly, attentive staff and plenty of TVs on the walls. Live music on the weekends and karaoke on Tuesdays and Thursdays make the Houston Sports Hub a popular party spot as well. In addition, the Monday and Wednesday poker nights offer cash prizes, and the kitchen serves up everything from shrimp po-boys to pizza to wings. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Hunter's Pub

    10549 S. Post Oak Road Houston, TX 77035

  • Hunters Pub

    10549 S. Post Oak Road Houston, TX 77035-3305

  • I Love This Bar & Grill

    1000 W. Oaks Mall Houston, TX 77082

    COMING SOON Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • The International Office Sports Bar

    13700 Beechnut St. Houston, TX 77083

  • Jumps Bar

    Jumps Bar

    13180 Westpark Houston, TX 77082

  • Kingston's Reggae Fusion and Rum Bar

    11342 Beechnut St. Houston, TX 77072

  • Kiss Karaoke

    6198 Wilcrest Houston, TX 77072

    Kiss is a super new addition to the karaoke scene, and a pretty sweet place to sing your heart out. This Alief-area bar's primo sound system certainly won't hurt your performance, and the fact that you can choose your songs via your smartphone means that you don't even have to hang your head in shame as you hand the DJ another Lady Gaga tune. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Metropolis & Extravaganza

    Metropolis & Extravaganza

    8925 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77063

    If you haven't been to Metropolis, you're really missing out. It's enormous, with one of those two-for-one club things going on, which will mean something when you see the equally intimidating line outside. Just remember, as you stand and wait to be given the once-over, it'll all be worth it in the end. Beers, bachata, and babes. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Mr. Gino

    Mr. Gino's

    7306 Cullen Houston, TX 77051

    They don't make 'em like Mr. Gino's anymore. With Christmas lights on the walls, plywood partitioning and a small stage in the corner, Gino's feels more like a juke joint in rural Mississippi or East Texas than a bar in the fourth-largest city in America. (Its lack of a Web site should give you a small hint about its authenticity.) Gino's is a neighborhood bar all the time, but its real draw is the Sunday-night open jams — full of blues, R&B and soul that sticks to your ribs — that have been welcoming loyal regulars and curious onlookers alike since it opened. Provided you can find the place — look for the used-furniture store next door with the handwritten signs in the windows — it's probably the best $5 you'll spend all week. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Nick

    Nick's Place Italian Sports Bar & Pizzeria

    2713 Rockyridge Drive Houston, TX 77063-3818
    713-780-8338 “We’ve always got your game on!” states Nick’s Italian Sports Bar and Pizzeria. With 40 TVs positioned throughout the place, that’s an understatement. You can watch any type of sport at any time at the bar, and to top it off, the 20-year-old institution also serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. But watch your step: The bar’s intimate dance floor gets crowded with cheering fans quickly, so you might be safer taking shots at one of the long wooden tables the venue boasts. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

  • Pistachos Lounge & Bar

    5887 Westheimer Houston, TX 77051

    Quite possibly the newest member of our Latin list, Pistachio's is a wee baby in terms of age, but this salsa haunt has made a major impression in just a short time. With Sibido Thursdays, Social Fridays and the inimitable Latin Saturdays, this lounge isn't pretentious but it is full of chatty, dancing patrons who are ready to take advantage of the tequila specials and merengue tunes. Read more about this Houston bar or club >>

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