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Mo's Place

21940 Kingsland Blvd. Katy, TX 77450 | Katy | 281-392-3499

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Mo's Place is a country boy's dream without all the hustle and bustle (and fights) that cowboys and girls tend to run into at other, rowdier country haunts. Besides a strict dress code, the bar has a zero-tolerance policy for riff-raff, so if you start trouble here once, don't bother ever coming back. For those willing to behave themselves, Mo's offers a bevy of drink specials, games and live music. The bar is smoker-friendly, but the dance floor area, open Thursday- Saturday, is smoke-free. That dance floor, which the 23-year-old Mo's added two years ago, has helped turn what used to be a neighborhood secret into a thriving community of music and dance lovers who turn out in droves for regional and national country stars such as Kevin Fowler, the Randy Rogers Band and even Merle Haggard.


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