Little Woodrow's (Midtown)

2306 Brazos
Houston, TX 77006
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On the corner of Brazos and Hadley in Midtown, this never-ending outdoor patio of a bar has been there for 11 years. Little Woodrows in Midtown has something to offer its patrons every day of the week. Besides $2.75 Texas beers all day Monday, $4.25 25-ounce domestics Tuesdays and $3 frozen mimosas Saturdays and Sundays until 7 p.m., Little Woodrow's hosts turtle racing on Thursdays, which is also Ladies Night. That's right, turtle racing. Little Woodrow's eight small snapper turtles have become mascots for the bar, but if they don't keep you entertained, then darts, bean-bag toss, shuffleboard and frequent cookoffs might do the trick.

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