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Neil's Bahr

2006 Walker
Houston, TX 77003
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If there's ever been somewhere with an accidental dress code, it's Neil's Bahr. The new downtown bar/nerd haven is a geek's paradise, complete with matching décor that welcomes all lovers of smart-guy culture. Magic The Gathering and Super NES fanatics need not worry; impromptu tournaments are announced from time to time via the bar's Facebook page, boasting prizes like Microcenter gift cards. Everything here is an homage to geek culture.

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