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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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  • Cecil's Office

    600 W. Gray St. Houston, TX 77019

  • Cecil

    Cecil's Pub

    600 W. Gray Houston, TX 77019
    713-527-9101 Cecil's is a Montrose drinking institution, full of a surliness and warmth that only family can give you. The small television nook to the left of the bar, complete with a worn-in couch, is perfect for lazing the night away after a day in the high-rise salt mines down the street. It's easy to hide inside a darkened booth if that's your bag, or you can hold court out on the deck. To soundtrack your pool-sharking or dart-throwing ways, the jukebox oozes with old punk rock and other required Houston roots selections. For the thrifty drinker, Monday nights feature cheap wells and draw a huge, smoky crowd, and grilled foods to the front deck. Read more about Cecil's Pub >>

  • Illusion

    1811 S. Shepherd Drive Houston, TX 77019-7003

  • The Junction Bar & Grill

    The Junction Bar & Grill

    160 W. Gray Houston, TX 77019
    713-523-7768 Catering to the suit-and-tie happy-hour crowds early in the evening, The Junction gets louder and more hopping the later the hour grows. Open bay doors on all sides allow natural breezes to flow through the main room, which is surrounded by patios facing West Gray and a drinking platform up top. The food menu carries a litany of delights, including tacos made from the bar's seasoned burger beef (a personal favorite), plus some of the hottest crawfish this side of the Louisiana border when in season that is. Some televisions are literally on the bar top - complete with remotes - so you'll never be stuck mindlessly watching ESPN while you drink. Read more about The Junction Bar & Grill >>

  • Kelley's Wetspot Sports Bar

    160 W. Gray St. Houston, TX 77019-5509

  • Kenneally

    Kenneally's Irish Pub

    2111 S. Shepherd Houston, TX 77019
    713-630-0486 It's just off the Westheimer drinking drag, so Kenneally's Irish Pub doesn't get as much hipster love as bars like Catbird's or Poison Girl, but it's a Houston institution and deserves a whirl from any learned local barfly. Located across the street from the Red Lion Pub and a PetCo, the simple and sturdy-looking pub has a cozy, wood-paneled interior. Walk down two steps to belly up to the U-shaped bar as a handful of televisions run at all times; the corner jukebox is loaded with Irish drinking compilations, The Eagles, classic soul and - surprisingly enough - The Smiths. If you get hungry, Kenneally's is known for its homemade pizzas, especially customer fave the Shamrock Special. Parking gets a little hairy at night, but it's worth the tight squeeze around back. Read more about Kenneally's Irish Pub >>

  • Local Pour

    Local Pour

    1952 W. Gray St. Houston, TX 77019
    713-521-1881 Somewhere between sports bar and fancy-schmancy lounge lies Local Pour, the relatively new wine/craft-cocktail/beer bar in River Oaks Shopping Center. There's nothing pretentious about the place, which is airy and bright without being overwhelmingly so. It's got something to snack on while sipping on those delicious cocktails, and even brunch. Plus a game is always on, the beer is always cold, and the patrons are super-friendly. Seems like the right combination to a bar in any area. Read more about Local Pour >>

  • Marfreless


    2006 Peden Houston, TX 77019
    713-528-0083 Famous, or perhaps infamous, for the amount of canoodling that happens on the couches in its secluded upstairs loft, Marfreless has been among Houstonians' most preferred trysting spots for 35 years. Truly hidden away behind the West Gray shops on Peden St. near the River Oaks Theater, the bar is identified only by its blue door (almost as famous as the couches) and no exterior signage. Inside, a Parisian lounge vibe prevails as classical music wafts through the air. Happy hours run 5-8 p.m. weekdays, and free pizza is provided at Monday's trivia night. Read more about Marfreless >>

  • Midtown Bar & Grill

    Midtown Bar & Grill

    415 W. Gray St. Houston, TX 77019
    713-528-2887 Located in Midtown and close to Montrose, this place is open 24 hours, so not a bad place to drop in for a bite after a late night clubbing or bar-hopping. Snack on some appetizers like chicken wings or hummus, or try one of the favorites like the chicken and dumplings or catfish and shrimp. Burgers, pizzas, sandwiches, salads, chicken shishkebabs, and spaghetti are among the other various options, and cheesecake and a variety of homemade pies and cobblers await you for dessert. Breakfast is also served 24 hours a day, items on the menu include omelets, breakfast burritos and tacos, and a number of meals where you can get your fill of eggs, sausage, bacon, French toast, biscuits and gravy, pancakes, and waffles; meat lovers can get chicken fried steak or ham with eggs. A full bar is open during legal drinking hours, and free Wi-Fi is available, which patrons often use while enjoying the spacious front patio. Read more about Midtown Bar & Grill >>

  • Pimlico Irish Pub

    Pimlico Irish Pub

    810 Waugh Dr. Houston, TX 77019
    832-517-4572 Pimlico may be one of the most authentic Irish bars in Houston. In fact, the owner himself is from Dublin, where his father owned a bar of the same moniker in the '60s through the '70s; it took its name from the street it was located on, just a few blocks from the Guinness beer brewery. Old bookkeeping invoices and voided checks from that bar are on display here, as well as handfuls of other authentic items from Ireland. The owner boasts that he serves the best pint of Guinness in town, and who are we to argue? Paying tribute to the world-renowned Irish beer, a fence outside has been branded with the famous Guinness logo, and Guinness posters and memorabilia adorn the walls and shelves. Other beers from Ireland and the world are also available on tap, and in bottles and cans. Besides the full bar, a line of the finest Irish Whiskeys is also available; a shot of Midleton goes for $34. You can also get some authentic Irish bar snacks like Smiths scampi fries and Tayto cheese & onion potato chips, among others, not available anywhere else in Houston. A two-story patio with a view is located out front; at 4 p.m. Sundays, local musicians show up to play authentic Irish music inside. Read more about Pimlico Irish Pub >>

  • PJ

    PJ's Sports Bar

    614 W. Gray Houston, TX 77019
    713-520-1748 There's nothing fancy here -- the bar is small, and the decor consists mainly of promotional posters from beer companies. But the food is good and so's the company, especially on Thursdays. That's steak night, and the menu couldn't be more straightforward: two steaks, two salads, two baked potatoes and a pitcher of beer for $27, or $13.50 if you are rolling solo. Owner P.J. Mastro himself barbecues the man-sized steaks. Read more about PJ's Sports Bar >>

  • Red Lion Pub

    Red Lion Pub

    2316 S. Shepherd Houston, TX 77019
    713-782-3030 Don't let the red pleather-upholstered booths and faux Tudor timbers fool you. This isn't just another fake British pub. This is an authentically fake British pub. Founder and owner Craig Mallinson is the son of British folk singer Sarah Mallinson, and he bakes the Cornish pasties himself. He even has the "Fruity" variety of H&P sauce to slather on your sausage rolls. Order up a hearty ale to go with your curry and prepare to into a world of pleasure. Or sleep. Read more about Red Lion Pub >>

  • The Refinery Burgers & Whiskey

    The Refinery Burgers & Whiskey

    702 W. Dallas St. Houston, TX 77019
    713-487-0029 A place where you can get a good, old-fashioned hamburger and a good Old Fashioned in one spot? That's the allure of The Refinery, an utterly unpretentious icehouse (and whiskey bar) that also happens to serve burgers and wings, situated right on the edge of downtown. Houston's skyline makes a gorgeous backdrop if you're sitting on The Refinery's patio. And if you're sitting inside, check out the refinery parts and oil rig accoutrements that make up the restaurant's tongue-in-cheek decor. Read more about The Refinery Burgers & Whiskey >>

  • Sidebar

    807 Taft St. Houston, TX 77019-2611

  • Tony

    Tony's Corner Pocket

    817 W. Dallas Houston, TX 77019
    713-571-7870 Tony's Corner Pocket on Dallas, just yards away from downtown proper, is sassy and dark, just the way we like our bars. This gay haunt serves up cold beers and drinks inside and on a cozy backyard patio. All the boys -- some dancing -- are shirtless, and the attitude is lively. Read more about Tony's Corner Pocket >>

  • Vue Houston

    Vue Houston

    528 Waugh Houston, TX 77019