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  • Backstreet Cafe

    Backstreet Cafe

    1103 S. Shepherd Dr. Houston, TX 77019
    713-521-2239 Housed in a charming '30s-era house, Backstreet Cafe lies just off of South Shepherd in River Oaks. Cozy up in one of three intimate dining rooms as you nosh on jazzed-up Southern and Italian classics from renowned chef Hugo Ortega. Standouts include the seafood-stuffed Gulf Coast beignets, pecan-crusted chicken, and eggs Benedict over cheddar-chive biscuits. Not to mention the restaurant has a brilliantly curated wine list from sommelier Sean Beck. When the weather is nice, be sure to sit under the tall trees out on Backstreet's stunning New Orleans-esque patio; it's easily one of the best in town. More >>

  • Baker Street Pub & Grill

    Baker Street Pub & Grill

    5510 Morningside Houston, TX 77005
    713-942-9900 Within the Sherlock's family, every Baker Street Pub is the same, and every Baker Street Pub is different: heavy, rich wooden tables and chairs, comfy leather booths and plenty of nooks beckoning groups of friends to settle in for the night. The menu is loaded with standard pub fare, including some authentic British dishes, and the décor is bound to include a smattering of beer signs, England references and mood lighting. The Rice Village location caters to nearby students as well as folks from the neighborhood, and boasts a kitchen that serves grub right up until 2 a.m. When the weather is amiable, the welcoming front patio makes a fine hangout. More >>

  • Baker Street Pub & Grill

    25618 NW Freeway Cypress, TX 77429

  • Bayou City Event Center

    9401 Knight Road Houston, TX 77045

  • Bayou Music Center

    Bayou Music Center

    520 Texas Ave. Houston, TX 77002
    713-225-8551 Home for mid-level national touring acts, mostly rock and country artists either on the rise or past their commercial heyday, the Bayou Music Center can accommodate a mosh pit one night and cabaret seating the next. With excellent sound, sight lines and -- most important -- easy-access restrooms, you can fill your bladder on overly priced beer and empty it while missing only a couple of choruses. More >>

  • Bayou Sports Bar & Grill

    6011 Addicks Satsuma Road Houston, TX 77084

  • Baytown City Hall Complex

    2401 Market Street Baytown, TX 77520

  • BBVA Compass Stadium

    2200 Texas Ave. Houston, TX 77003

  • Beach Bums

    Beach Bums

    3410 FM 2920 Spring, TX 77388
    281-288-5971 Inside this Spring watering hole, an 18-foot waterfall, surfboard-lined walls and plenty of beach-related paraphernalia take customers far from the shopping-center surroundings - all the way to Galveston, or so owner Brian Scott hopes. In only two months, the Houston Fire Department captain's bar has begun to take on its own identity, playing host to a multitude of neighborhood youth looking to drink and dance to something besides country music. DJs and musicians enliven Fridays and Saturdays, and nearly a dozen TVs and a gigantic projector have been installed. Twelve beers are available on tap, but Beach Bums offers almost any kind of beverage you can think of, including flavored vodkas and frozen margaritas. More >>

  • Bear Creek Concert Series

    450 Rogers Trail La Grange, TX 78945

  • Benton's Bistro

    Alden Bridge Village Center Spring, TX 77381

  • Beta Theater

    1900 Kane, Rm 116 Houston, TX 77002

  • Beverly Pub

    6325 Beverly Hill Houston, TX 77057

  • BFE Rock Club

    BFE Rock Club

    11528 Jones Road Houston, TX 77070
    281-894-1811 For Inner-Loopers, BFE is certainly true to its name. (Those unfamiliar with the acronym should consult Urban Dictionary.) For residents of Houston's northwest fringes, though, BFE is a rock haven. This smoky bar boasts a stage and sound system big enough to melt faces while maintaining the intimate vibe of a smaller music venue. On Wednesdays, budding arena hopefuls take the stage for open-mike night, with stadium drums and delayed vocals prevailing over crowd noise. Pool tables in the back provide entertainment on non-show nights, and a photo wall displays regulars' faces. Don't skip out on the suggestively-named Sexy Kitchen, which serves up an array of grilled and fried delights, including a fried Honey Bun. More >>

  • Big Top Lounge

    Big Top Lounge

    3714 Main Houston, TX 77002
    713-529-9666 The Big Top is the little brother of the Continental Club next door and the surlier cousin of uber-hipster watering hole The Mink around the corner. This block is one of Houston's most colorful, its restaurants and music venues teeming with life on the weekends. As hinted in its moniker, the Big Top is heavy on circus decor, festooned with dusty, quaint portraits and signs from that bygone yet uniquely American era of hucksters and freak shows. But that is just a small part of the bar's story. Live music happens most nights the Big Top is open, from garage-rock DJs to various Americana and covers acts playing under a big birdcage in the corner of the bar. If you feel like getting some fresh air under the stars, the back door opens onto the Continental's backyard and the outdoor Pachinko Hut bar. More >>

  • Birraporetti


    500 Louisiana Houston, TX 77002
    713-224-9494 The downtown location really packs 'em in, with tables so close together you can reach out and touch someone. The service is at its most erratic before the theater. At other times, you may enjoy decent if overpriced Italian food and a remarkably fine thin-crust pizza. It's nice that you can choose whichever kind of pasta you like and top it with your favorite sauce. Pleasant bar area with excellent happy-hour specials. And great chocolate mousse. More >>

  • Black Barbie

    Black Barbie

    3621 Canal St. Houston, TX 77003
    281-743-8328 Like fellow East End venue The Summit less than half a mile away, Black Barbie is an up-and-coming DIY space. This new venue has been used for special events including live music, art shows, painting, yoga, dance, sculpting lessons, silent auctions, and recording. It is so new, in fact, when we visited on a recent afternoon we saw signage from the building's previous occupant, El Mante Taqueria & Minimarket still up on the building–we aren’t sure if the Black Barbie owners added the painted smiling face to it. Recent musical acts tend to lean towards indie rock, punk, garage and metal. More >>

  • BlackJack

    BlackJack's Bar & Grill

    16103 W. Little York Houston, TX 77084

  • BMMG Musical Instruments / H & H Music

    10303 Katy Freeway Houston, TX 77024

  • Bongos

    818 Travis Houston, TX 77002

  • Borski's

    16245 Texas 75 New Waverly, TX 77358

  • Bottoms Up Bar & Grill

    9505 Almeda Genoa Houston, TX 77075

  • Broken Spoke Saloon

    6731 Broadway St. Pearland, TX 77584

  • House of Blues-- Bronze Peacock Room

    House of Blues-- Bronze Peacock Room

    1204 Caroline Houston, TX 77002
    888-402-5837 Right off to the side of the main stage at House of Blues, you'll find the Bronze Peacock Room. It's dead-on perfect for smaller bands who can't quite fill up HOB's bigger hall, and quite ideal for more intimate performances. There's an adequate bar, tables and even its own staffed smoking lounge off to the side (complete with a bartender). More >>

  • Bucks Bar (Jamaica Beach)

    16708 San Luis Pass Road Galveston, TX 77554