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  • The Main Event

    400 block of Main St. (at Prarie) Houston, TX 77002
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  • Market Square Park

    Market Square Park

    300 Travis Houston, TX 77002
    713-224-6133

    http://www.houston.com Smack-dab in the middle of downtown's historic district, Market Square was ringed with bouncer-inhabited nightclubs and young, pretty patrons not that long ago. Now it's a bustling bar area that draws a more professional, mature crowd. Market Square Park is smack-dab in the midst of the bar chaos, and even boasts its own small pavilion area for outdoor concerts, when the weather is nice. More >>

  • Mestizo Gallery

    2121 Congress Houston, TX 77002
    713-227-0256

  • MKT BAR

    MKT BAR

    1001 Austin St. Houston, TX 77010
    832-360-2222

    http://www.mktbar.com MKT BAR is located right inside Phoenicia Specialty Foods, one of the best grocery stores in the city. It's also not a bad little date place, with enough dim lighting and extensive wine and beer lists to keep you busy in addition to the bar food. All of the music is local, and ranges from DJ sets, jazz combos, light rock offerings so it's not too intrusive. More >>

  • Moores School of Music

    6100 Main St. Houston, TX 77204
    713-743-3398

  • Notsuoh

    Notsuoh

    314 Main Houston, TX 77002
    713-409-4750

    http://www.notsuoh.com In the midst of all the hip-hop gals strutting their shimmery stuff down the way and businessmen letting loose over a pint or two over at the Flying Saucer lies the ever-freaky Notsuoh. Yes, all you English majors out there, that is in fact Houston spelled backwards. Owner Jim Pirtle's iconic bar and music venue has the lockdown on the strange and transient downtown vibe. Notsuoh is an oasis of insanity in a part of town still undecided on what it wants to be. Most nights you can find a handful of homeless guys out front preaching their gospel next to a group of hipsters smoking American Spirits and sniffing incessantly about their new noise project. It's a side of Houston that maybe the tourism board doesn't want you to see, but it's Houston nonetheless. Rest assured that no two Notsuoh experiences are ever the same. More >>

  • On-Line

    On-Line Houston, TX 77002

  • Pachinko Hut @ The Continental Club

    Pachinko Hut @ The Continental Club

    3700 Main Houston, TX 77002
    713-529-9899

    http://www.continentalclub.com/Houston.html

  • The Ponderosa

    1503 Nance Houston, TX 77002

  • Red Cat Jazz Cafe

    Red Cat Jazz Cafe

    711 Franklin St. Houston, TX 77002
    713-226-7870

    http://www.redcatjazzcafe.com Even if you don't know Miles Davis from Buddy Miles or John Coltrane from John Legend (or jazz fusion from fusion cooking, for that matter), there's something about being in a jazz club that automatically makes you feel more, well, sophisticated. Downtown's Red Cat Jazz Café, though, offers uptown sophistication with a down-home Southern twist and spacious brick-wall acoustics that ensure you never miss a (blue) note. Several of the Red Cat's resident artists — elder-statesman vocalist Ardis Turner and New Orleans native/Patti LaBelle duet partner Mary Griffin — play jazz that, like Houston itself, has been heavily infiltrated by blues, R&B and soul. And don't forget to eat — the Red Cat's Louisiana-flavored menu (pricey, but worth it) and full bar will fill your belly as satisfyingly as the music fills your ears. More >>

  • The Rice Mansion

    1505 Hadley St. Houston, TX 77002

  • Texas Arts Venue

    202 N. Main St. Houston, TX 77002
    936-539-3456

  • Toyota Center

    Toyota Center

    1510 Polk Houston, TX 77002
    713-758-7200

    http://www.houstontoyotacenter.com The colossal Toyota Center has become the salvation of superstar music acts such as Metallica, Foo Fighters and Lil' Wayne when they roll into town. When the Rockets and the Aeros are away, the playing surfaces are removed, adding 700 seats on the floor for a staggering grand total of 19,000 possible attendees. The red seats, comfortable even if you're very tall, give a clear shot of the stage no matter where you're sitting. Plus, if you're just too far away, two overhead screens reveal the action onstage. The sound is top-notch, though beware of the seats off to the side, which can experience echo from time to time. But no worries, since it's predominantly a sporting venue, you can rest assured that your next adult beverage is just a quick jaunt up or down the stairs from where you're seated at one of more than 30 bars. The drinks aren't cheap, so bring your mortgage papers. A loan officer is there to help. More >>

  • Underground Live

    1515 Pease Houston, TX 77002
    863-873-2377

    http://www.undergroundlivehouston.com

  • Vic & Anthony

    Vic & Anthony's Steakhouse

    1510 Texas St. Houston, TX 77002
    713-228-1111

    http://www.vicandanthonys.com Although owned by corporate giant Landry's, you'd be hard-pressed to tell inside this popular downtown steakhouse, where the ever-changing menu is headed up by Chef Carlos Rodriguez and his talented kitchen team. Vic & Anthony's is sumptuous and refined while still offering some surprises on its traditional, meat-and-seafood-heavy menu. The jumbo lump crab cakes are the best in town, without compare. And the house-cured meat platter includes smoky strips of lardo - a rare find - and tangy housemade pickles that make you wish for a jar to take home. Bonus: The sexy bar has a piano player in the evenings if you really want to impress a date. More >>

  • Villians

    2001 Commerce St Houston, TX 77002

  • Walter

    Walter's Downtown

    1120 Naylor Houston, TX 77002
    713-222-2679

    http://www.waltersdowntown.com Last February, Pam Robinson began the long trek of moving her club off the Washington strip and into downtown. What could have been the final nail in this beloved alternative venue's coffin has turned out to be the beginning of a new chapter. Over time, this would prove to be a smart move, as the clubs off the Washington strip continue to vacate the premises. Walters Houston, now located next to UH-Downtown, is still home to thrashers, metal-heads, scenesters and an array of subgenres. Among other things, the move has given Walters more space for parking, and the showroom is bigger, too. More >>

  • Wortham Opera Theatre

    510 Preston St. Houston, TX 77002
    713-527-4854

  • Zilkha Hall

    Zilkha Hall

    800 Bagby Houston, TX 77002
    713-315-2525

    http://www.thehobbycenter.org This gorgeous stunner is the newest and most beautiful jewel in the Theater District's glittering tiara. Inside, the 2,650-seat Sarofim Hall stuns with both its ornate yet tasteful neo-Victorian splendor and its stellar acoustics, and is home to Theatre Under the Stars and the Broadway in Houston series. Those who fill the 500 seats in the more intimate Zilkha Hall are treated to performances by everything from alt-country singer-songwriters to Tamil dance troupes. More >>

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