King's Head Pub
Houston, TX 77077
Houston Press' Description
This brand-new pub in the Energy Corridor may not look like much from the outside, tucked into a stucco strip center under a dentist's office, but it has a great pedigree: The King's Head Pub was recently opened by British ex-pat Michael Holliday, who also opened The Richmond Arms and The Stag's Head. And not only is everyone welcome here, dogs are too -- on the big patio. The King's Head shows nearly every footie match and even offers the occasional "Scottish night" with all the traditional Highlands tunes you can bear.
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Wifi password is guinness123
Food was overpriced and small portions. Seems to be a common theme in Houston. Had to go find the waitress. Not sure if she's over worked or just avoiding all the non Americans. Very small menu also
$1 off Texas beers on Tuesday and they have St. Arnold, Karbach, Shiner, No Label, Buffalo Bayou, Southern Star, and Real Ale.
Starting a steak night either this week or next week. Think it might be on Wednesday's and Sunday's.
Thursday = steak night Friday = fish and Saturday = Texas bbq sometime have english breakfast sat mornings with endless mimosa
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