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The Hideaway On Dunvale

3122 Dunvale Houston, TX 77063 | Outer Loop - SW | 713-977-3515

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Steve Selfridge has created what might be Houston's most underrated - and therefore perfect - dive bar way out west on Dunvale at Richmond. You can smoke cigars on the sprawling patio. You can order ten-pound buckets of crawfish in season. You can eat a whole lobster or a steak-and-baked-potato on the cheap during certain nightly specials. And you can usually see some excellent blues and and classic rock cover bands while you're chowing down. Better yet - even if you don't bring a friend, you'll likely have made a few by the time you leave.


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