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1131 Uptown Park Blvd.
Houston, TX 77056
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  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining
A green sign above an oversized door heralds Belvedere, nestled unassumingly in the Uptown Park shopping district. Within, a long bar with minimalist décor stretches most of the room, with four big-screen TVs positioned among the array of bottles. The angled marble countertop comfortably accommodates the 20 stools and leaves ample space to stand amidst them. Opposite the bar, each of five alcoves can easily seat 20 to 30 people on the modern leather couches and chairs. Near the DJ booth in the back of the club, the VIP lounge features another television and can fit 40 people. The ivy-covered patio houses a second full bar and additional turntablist on duty on busy nights.

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