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  • Carpe Noctum

    4701 Nett St. Houston, TX 77007

  • Casa Grande Mexican Restaurant

    Casa Grande Mexican Restaurant

    3401 N. Main St. Houston, TX 77009
    713-227-8801 Located in the north Heights, Casa Grande's very popular nightclub is open on Friday and Saturday nights. There's also free live music in the bar on Thursdays. The thing to order is nachos supreme, an enormous pile of chips covered with beans, fajita meat, and melted cheese, and garnished with guacamole, slices of pickled jalapeño, lettuce, tomato and sour cream. It's not an appetizer, it's a meal. More >>

  • Chicago

    Chicago's Italian Beef

    1777 Airline Houston, TX 77009
    713-862-2828 Cubs fans (and, of course, anyone else) can unite around a Chicago favorite: Italian beef subs. The Italian beef sub is served "dipped" in gravy and comes with sweet peppers and homemade rough-cut fries. Giardiniera (hot, pickled vegetables) and other toppings are available on the condiments bar. The place also serves a mean meatball sandwich with marinara sauce and a great Italian sausage sandwich. Chicago-style hot dogs and a Polish dog with grilled onions are also not to be missed. More >>

  • 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 >>

  • Down On MainStreet Saloon

    4911 N. Main Houston, TX 77009

  • Fiesta En Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant

    Fiesta En Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant

    3522 Irvington Blvd. Houston, TX 77009

    Known for Tex-Mex and margaritas, Fiesta en Guadalajara has been in the Heights for the past 20 years. They stick with standards like enchiladas, fajitas, chips and salsa, and refried beans; you'll get large portions to lull you to sleep, with help from the tequila in their potent cocktails. The weekends bring a lively atmosphere that includes live mariachi bands. Fiesta En Guadalajara is family friendly, but it's also a popular with the business crowd. More >>

  • Fire Station No. 3

    1919 Houston Ave. Houston, TX 77007

  • Fitzgerald


    2706 White Oak Houston, TX 77007
    713-862-3838 Arguably Houston's answer to NYC dive CBGB's since 1977, Heights staple Fitzgerald's can't help but ooze local music history. The historic two-story venue boasts four bars, a killer Wednesday open mic night, and music most every night of the week on the larger upstairs and the smaller more intimate downstairs stages. The neighborhood surrounding it is growing, so parking is always at a premium on the weekends. More >>

  • Fox Hollow

    Fox Hollow

    4617 Nett St. Houston, TX 77007
    713-869-2117 The cozy yet stylish Fox Hollow is almost completely hidden from the nearby Washington Avenue hubbub, and feels like it. Decorated in English pub style with a modern twist, the bar features antique picture frames and red oval lampshades, with an open-floor layout ideal for larger crowds. For smaller parties, the tables and couches in various nooks offer a more intimate setting to enjoy the bar's already-popular happy hour. More >>

  • Heights Live

    240 W. 18th St. Houston, TX 77008

  • Heights Vinyl

    Heights Vinyl

    3122 White Oak Drive Houston, TX 77007
    281-974-1234 Houston music lovers gained a true treasure when Heights Vinyl opened up in late 2011. The little shop run by Craig Brown has become a destination for record hunters on the lookout for quality used stock, but Brown’s passion for music extends to more than just making a sale. He also thinks Heights Vinyl has a mission to support the local music scene and the bands who roll through town, shown by the store's hosting record releases, in-store appearances, and special acoustic performances on its “High Noon Stage." These events often feature another of Houstonians' favorite activities: drinking free beer from local breweries. What’s not to love? More >>

  • Heinen Theatre

    3517 Austin Street Houston, TX 77007

  • The House

    4115 Washington Ave Houston, TX 77007

  • NiaMoves

    508 Pecore Houston, TX 77009

    This venue has more in common with a backyard sing-along session than a cramped and sweaty banal rock venue. When it's not hosting acoustic sets by rockers like Alejandro Escovedo or James McMurtry, the location is a well-known yoga studio. That probably has just a little something to do with the serene atmosphere. So come on in and take your shoes off, kids. More >>

  • Little Bit of Texas, Little Bit of Mexico

    1426 Yale Houston, TX 77008

  • Marty's Bar

    2307 Ella Blvd. Houston, TX 77008

  • Muddy's Ice House

    4710 Katy Ferry Houston, TX 77008

  • Re:HAB Bar on the Bayou

    Re:HAB Bar on the Bayou

    1658 Enid Houston, TX 77009
    713-225-1668 This friendly bar located on the banks of Little White Oak Bayou, a few minutes drive from Downtown or the Heights, features a large backyard with picnic tables, a big court for playing washers and a fire pit. A current project at Re:HAB is an old VW Beetle outside that is being transformed into a barbecue pit; inside there are several interesting works from a local artist. Live music is performed here weekly and there is never a cover; the bands appreciate tips. The Mitch Jacobs Band, Texas Johnny Boy and blues legend Milton Hopkins – who played with B.B. King and other greats – play here on a regular basis. Friendly owner Grace Miller from Glasgow, Scotland has lived in Houston for 20 years and calls Houston the “best city in America”; Re:HAB's equally friendly patrons will make you a believer if you are not one already. More >>

  • Silver Street Station

    1500 Silver St. Houston, TX 77007

  • Space Place

    623 W. 12th Street Houston, TX 77008

  • Studemont House

    1051 Studemont Houston, TX 77007