Outlaw Dave's Worldwide Headquarters

6502 Washington Ave.
Houston, TX 77007
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The brainchild of noted Houston radio bad boy Outlaw Dave, his bar on the far west end of Washington Avenue has everything you would expect from a bar bursting from his mind. Whiskey, eats, beautiful people, musical memorabilia, and a mini radio studio in the corner make up the inner decor. A big backyard and patio should be heaven for outdoor parties and cook-offs too.

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