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  • D Bar

    4409 Dowling St. Houston, TX 77004

  • Da Pub

    3918 Fairmont Parkway Pasadena, TX 77504

  • Dan Electro

    Dan Electro's Guitar Bar

    1031 E. 24th Houston, TX 77009
    713-862-8707 This Sunset Heights mainstay has long been a place to grab a brew and a show. The bar stocks a healthy supply of Texas beers in addition to the standard Bud family of bottles, and the kitchen doles out eats until the clock strikes 1 a.m. Dan Electro's doesn't serve liquor, but bring your own and for a small fee they'll set you up with some fixings. 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). The extensive back garden patio holds many a refuge for those looking to relax in the cool of the evening. That is if you can find the place, since it is off the beaten paths of the Heights. More >>

  • Dave's Rib Shack

    5102 FM 1960 Road W. Houston, TX 77069

  • Discovery Green Conservancy

    Discovery Green Conservancy

    1500 McKinney Houston, TX 77010
    713-400-7336 A vast prairie of little-used parking lots downtown was replaced by Discovery Green, a dozen or so acres of green space, bocce courts, lakes, water parks, performance spaces and restaurants. Sure, the name of the place is meh and they got a little sponsor-happy, but when you take in a concert or visit a farmers market at Discovery Green, you really feel like Houston is giving Chicago a run for its money as America's third city. More >>

  • The Dive

    209 20th St. Galveston, TX 77550

  • The Doctor's Office

    1301 Nance St. Houston, TX 77002 The Doctor's Office is a DIY music venue that is just down the street from the original Houston DIY, House of Creeps. They're working to become a venue for local and out-of-town artists and musicians, converting an old doctor's office into a space where, they say, "You will listen to music and have trouble remembering it the next day." Not much could be better than that, eh? More >>

  • Dolphin Street

    1913 NASA Road 1 Houston, TX 77058

  • Dominic's Restaurant and Wine Bar

    10655 Katy Freeway Houston, TX 77024

  • Doneraki Authentic Mexican Restaurant

    Doneraki Authentic Mexican Restaurant

    300 Gulfgate Mall Houston, TX 77087
    713-645-6400 Tastefully decorated with saltillo tile floors and a huge copy of a Diego Rivera mural, the Gulfgate Doneraki is one of the best-looking Tex-Mex restaurants in town. Like all classic Tex-Mex operations, Doneraki claims its chips and hot sauce, chile con queso, fajitas and cheese-stuffed jalapeños are "authentic Mexican." Bless their hearts. More >>

  • Dosey Doe

    Dosey Doe

    25911 I-45 N. Spring, TX 77380
    281-367-3774 Unlikely as it seems, a 100-year-old Kentucky tobacco barn has become the vortex of Montgomery County's bustling country and Americana scene. In less than two years, The Woodlands' Dosey Doe Coffee House has gone from fledgling enterprise to major venue. Sound engineers have marveled at Dosey's beautiful acoustics, drawing performers as diverse as Richie Havens and Jerry Jeff Walker to come by for a show or two. The coffee is always hot, the music is always warm. Dinner shows come fully inclusive and sell out quickly, but they are worth every penny. More >>

  • Dosey Doe Music Cafe

    Dosey Doe Music Cafe

    463 Fm 1488 Road Conroe, TX 77384-3963

  • Double Bayou Dance Hall

    Eagle Ferry Road Anahuac, TX 77514

    A few miles south of Anahuac in the African-American village of Double Bayou, "the Place," as it's known locally, is a ramshackle but friendly Texas original set amid swampy, Spanish moss-draped live oak woodlands near Trinity Bay. Bluesman Pete Mayes and members of his family have owned and operated this hyperfunky juke joint -- the oldest blues bar in Texas -- since the 1940s. Mayes hosts big parties here on special occasions and some holiday weekends -- at these events, the musicians cook up T-Bone Walker-style blues on stage, while outside on the front lawn, local men in cowboy duds smoke brisket and local women offer homemade pecan, lemon meringue and sweet potato pies. More >>

  • Double T's Bar & Grill

    14933 Bellaire Houston, TX 77083

  • Down On MainStreet Saloon

    4911 N. Main Houston, TX 77009

  • Duncan Recital Hall - Rice University

    6100 Main St. Houston, TX 77005-1827

  • The Dutchman

    The Dutchman

    834 Wakefield Houston, TX 77018

    Some of the interesting eye candy drinkers will find at this Wakefield strip locale: Wooden nickels as tender, pieces of whittled beige carpet as buckets-of-beer coasters and a cash register propped up with an upside down Smirnoff Ice cardboard box. And that's just the start of the no-frills offerings — such as cheap Lone Star bottles and women in their mid-forties regaling unprompted tales of lost virginity — that The Dutchman offers. More >>