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Don't let the red pleather-upholstered booths and faux Tudor timbers fool you. This isn't just another fake British pub. This is an authentically fake British pub. Founder... More »
Under The Volcano, a cozy, eccentric bar in Rice Village, takes its name from a macabre 1947 novel by Malcolm Lowry. It's a great club for most every occasion, be it... More »
This Rice Village bar is a fixture on that neighborhood's bar scene, and it's a mandatory stop for any party blazing a path through the 'hood on the... More »
There's nothing fancy here -- the bar is small, and the decor consists mainly of promotional posters from beer companies. But the food is good and so's the... More »
For beer connoisseurs in the downtown area, there's no better place to taste, toast and toss back a few brews than the Flying Saucer. With hundreds of beers... More »
Griff's, a very neighborhood-oriented sports bar, serves standard, artery-clogging bar food all day up until closing time. The interior is comfortable and worn - read: this... More »
The Mezzanine Lounge boasts a diverse clientele, and the beautiful servers are oftentimes randomly in their underwear. Don't worry, it's legal. Forget workman's... More »
Blanco's is a true country bar, long known as the only real place inside the Loop to get your honky-tonk fix with straight-shootin' live music Wednesday through... More »
A state historical marker outside the Brewery Tap honors the building's past as one of Houston's biggest breweries, which at one point took up several acres of what is now... More »
Every Texas music fan has his or her own favorite guitarist (probably several), but David Grissom's name doesn't come up in that conversation often enough. True, he has plenty of fans who remember when his technically flawless but passionate fretwork anchored Joe Ely's legendary Live at Liberty Lunch-era band or, later, Storyville. But even those people may not realize he was the musical...
Sunny folk-pop siblings Trish & Darin (Murphy) were one of Houston's most popular local acts in the early and mid-'90s before being bitten by the Austin bug. They still visit about once a month in super-popular '70s/'80s cover band Skyrocket!, but around the holidays revive Trish & Darin for some warmhearted holiday memories. Trish, who maintains a food blog on her Web site, is even in charge...
Even though it's only been open a few months, The Refinery is already shaping up to be a love-it-or-hate-it type of place. Some people love the oilfield-themed...
Good Food- Fun place to eat & Hang out!Read Full Review
Great place for a beer lover! Check out the Flying Saucer Trivia Night!Read Full Review
They have a really unique choice of drinks that you don't typically see at bars like that. The frozen screw drivers are my fav! It's a cool place. Nice patio in the front and in the back.Read Full Review
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