Lucky's Pub

801 St. Emanuel
Houston, TX 77003
713-522-2010
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  • Daily 11am-2am
  • ATM, Catering, Dance Floor, Free Wifi, Multi-Level, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Private Party, Takeout
  • Late Night
  • Pitchers
Next door to Warehouse Live, Lucky's Pub is one of the area's best places to grab pre- or post-concert food and drink. With a few pool tables spread around, skee-ball lanes, a few bar games and wall-size projection screen, Lucky's has plenty of distractions for busybody drinkers. For a party, Lucky's has a half-dozen spots to hold court with a small crowd, including an upstairs nook and mammoth back patio. It's not uncommon to catch bands and their road crews hanging out before and after their Warehouse gigs, either. The kitchen stays hopping till the wee hours, dishing out hot wings and crunchy fish tacos to go along with their lengthy list of beers, including some of the best local and specialty craft brews.

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