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Rosemont Social Club

910 Westheimer Houston, TX 77006 | Montrose | 832-530-4698

Location Description:

When you first walk into the Rosemont Social Club, you find a cozy little lounge with a small outside patio, but head upstairs to discover the real draw of the place: the large indoor/outdoor rooftop bar that offers up a nice overhead view of the corner of Montrose and Westheimer. If you arrive for afternoon happy hour on a hot day, misting stations and large tents are set up on the roof to keep you cool and shaded; when the sun goes down on Friday and Saturday nights, DJs get the party started spinning Top 40 and EDM. The Rosemont's fun, relaxed crowd, largely a melting pot of Montrose residents, enjoys the custom craft cocktails like the Strawberry Basil Smash or Oaxacan Ruby, along with the bar's generous beer and wine selection. Nice bites to eat here include smoked hummus, angus beef sliders and flatbread sandwiches. Lastly, come grab a Bloody Mary, a mimosa, a frozen lemonade (with vodka), or one of many other specialty cocktails on their ever-changing list during the popular Sunday brunch.

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