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  • The 19th Hole Grill & Bar

    The 19th Hole Grill & Bar

    202 Sawdust Spring, TX 77380
    281-363-2574 Way out on the border of the Woodlands, in what is technically still Spring, lies the smoky, dimly lit 19th Hole. It's really several bars under one roof: Sports bar, neighborhood hangout, pool hall, and music venue on nights when the curtained-off back room is open. Behind the pool tables up front, any of the clustered mass of tables has a great view of the bar's many big screens; some booths have their own televisions too. Don't be surprised to hear 19th Hole's bartenders asking customers if they'd like "the usual," either. More >>

  • Alvin Community College Theater

    3110 Mustang Road Alvin, TX 77511

  • Angleton Ice House

    2016 N. Velasco Angleton, TX 77515

  • Austin360 Amphitheater

    9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd. Austin, TX 78617

  • 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

  • Borski's

    16245 Texas 75 New Waverly, TX 77358

  • Broken Spoke Saloon

    6731 Broadway St. Pearland, TX 77584

  • Casey Ridge Jamboree

    28026 Farm-To-Market Road 1485 New Caney, TX 77357

  • Cast Theatrical Company

    1909 Avenue G Rosenberg, TX 77471

  • Chantilly Room

    2420 S. Broadway Sulphur Springs, TX 75482

  • Cheers


    916 W. Main St. Tomball, TX 77375

  • Chocolate Buddha House

    35814 Royal Road Pattison, TX 77466

  • The Clarion at Brazosport College

    500 College Drive Lake Jackson, TX 77566

  • Club Walker

    2200 Lake La Marque, TX 77568

  • Crescent Moon Wine Bar

    Crescent Moon Wine Bar

    440 Rayford Road Spring, TX 77386

  • Crockett Civic Center

    1100 Edmiston Crockett, TX 75835

  • Crosby Fairgrounds

    14920 Crosby Lynchburg Rd Crosby, TX 77532

  • Cruiser's Icehouse

    9002 FM 2004 Road Santa Fe, TX 77510

  • Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

    Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

    2005 Lake Robbins Drive The Woodlands, TX 77380
    281-363-3300 Houston's "summer shed" hosts the A-list national touring acts and packages across all musical genres. But while the seated areas provide a better view for a pricier ticket, the best action is often found on the lawn. That's especially true during rock shows, where the ant-free green carpet isn't the only grass being enjoyed up high. 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 >>

  • 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 >>

  • Fatt Matt's Fire House

    6535 FM 1488 Road Magnolia, TX 77354

  • Ford Pavilion (Beaumont)

    5115 IH-10 Beaumont, TX 77705

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