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Ice houses are an institution of the Texas landscape, and Sheffieldâ€™s has been holding court over its spot on Telephone road ever since it was first constructed in 1942. â€śIn the beginning it was just beer, ice, and milk. The old man always wore a white apron,â€ť declared a long-rooted customer. The regulars here have been coming for decades, and for good reason: the beers are frigid, and cheaper than dirt. Hints of modernity have crept in â€“ the old jukebox finally gave way to an Internet machine, and there are plenty of flat-screen televisions for game-watching, but for the most part Sheffieldâ€™s remains the same. As with any proper ice house, thereâ€™s often a crock pot of something delicious in the back, and the many roll-top doors are up in sunny weather to give the place an open-air feel. Itâ€™s easy to see why Sheffieldâ€™s is a former â€śBest of Houstonâ€ť winner for Best Icehouse.