Matt Frey of Catbird's

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Matt Frey is the bartender at Catbirds (1336 Westheimer Road 713-523-8000) You might know him from such bands as Swarm of Angels, but Matt is a bartender's bartender.

Just ask anybody in the industry, and they will tell you that this is one cool cat. Friendly and totally professional, Matt is reason enough to hang out at Catbirds any night of the week he's tending the bottles. Catbirds is a dive bar if there was ever one, but Matt is bringing class where there was none and a mean gin and tonic when you need one. And we need one...

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