Just west of T.C. Jester beyond the Heights, The Spot Club is a true gem. A dependable crowd of regulars is present every night of the week, gathered around the big, old-style wooden bar with an island of booze in the center. Serving up drinks with a "darlin" and a smile, the attentive staff oozes old-school country charm. A small stage in the corner hosts live music throughout the week, but The Spot's best-kept secret might be its kitchen, so make sure to grab some food while visiting.
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For lovers of smoky, windowless, hole-in-the-wall dives, the Spot (1732 West 18th, 713-864-4485) rules. A crowd of regulars was hanging out along the horseshoe bar in the nondescript strip mall; many of them said they had been coming here (or... More »