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Zimm's Martini & Wine Bar

4321 Montrose
Houston, TX 77006
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  • Mon-Thu 4pm-1am, Fri-Sat 4pm-2am
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Smoking
Zimm's is a classy lounge just north of the U.S. 59 bridge. It's a grown-folks drinkery that feels somewhere between an art gallery and a hotel bar, with house music and overstuffed leather furniture adding to the European vibe. Martinis are the house specialty, so there are several to choose from on the menu. The cocktails aren't cheap, but the pours are stiff, especially for customers who take the time to get to know the folks making their libations.

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