Favorite Cocktail: Manny’s Mexican Martini at La Fisheria.
“Made with a mixture that includes chilled agave.”
Vic & Anthony’s Steakhouse
Categories: Steakhouses, Seafood
1510 Texas Ave
Américas River Oaks
5085 Westheimer Rd
House Of Blues
Categories: Music Venues, Venues & Event Spaces,American
Address: 2532 Nottingham Street, Houston, TX 77005
OTC Patio Bar
Address: 3212 Kirby Dr Houston, TX 77098
Address: 4527 Lomitas St. Houston, TX 77098
Roak on Kirby
Address: 3320 Kirby Dr Houston, TX 77098
Address: 2800 Kirby Ste 204 Houston, TX 77098
$12 Bottomless Mimosas for Brunch
Address: 5922 Washington Avenue, Houston, TX 77007
Drink: $6 select cocktails, wines Food: $6 select appetizers
Boheme Cafe & Wine Bar Montrose
Address: 307 Fairview Street, Houston, TX 77006
Extra happy hour on Bombshell blonde until 2am –and regular happy hour, until 7
Yard House Houston City Center
Address: Sorella Court, Houston, TX 77024
Food: 1/2 off pizza and appetizers Drink: $3.50 domestic pints; $4.25 – $4.50
Taps House Of Beers Washington Ave.
Address: 5120 Washington Avenue, Houston, TX 77007
Drink: $2.00 domestic pints; 3.00 wells; $1 off all other beer selections Food
McCormick & Schmick’s Galleria / Uptown
Address: 1151 Uptown Park Boulevard, Houston, TX 77056
Drink: $3.50 – $7 drinks Food: $2.95 – $6.95 appetizers
Byzantio Cafe Bar Montrose
Address: 403 West Gray Street, Houston, TX 77019
Drink: $2 domestic bottled beers; $2.50 well drinks; $4 house wines
Marquis II West University
Address: 2631 Bissonnet Street, Houston, TX 77005
Drink: $3 – $7 drinks
Junction Bar & Grill Montrose
Address: 160 West Gray Street, Houston, TX 77019
$2 pints of beer; $6 pitchers of domestic beer; $3.25 you call its
oh wow, ive been to most of these…
They definitely dont call you Houston Social Butterfly for nothing! You know where all the hot spots are and always got VIP wherever you go. You definitely make my life look so boring.
PS. I love your blogs. You have alittle bit of everything on it. Very informational and entertaining at the same time! 🙂
I’ve read a ton of negative info on Drake & them being picky & racist at the door. I’ve also read it’s owned by the same guys that run Red Door. I used to frequent Red Door & never had a problem there. Although I can’t stand clubs that let riff raff in, I doubt I’ll waste any time or money there, much less get any of my friends to meet me there. Although most of my friends are also white, I do have friends of several other ethnic backgrounds that go out with us as well…and I do not have the temperament to deal with jerk door men/promoters that would treat my friends as second class citizens. I’d probably get mad, snap and get arrested for teaching the door man a lesson in humility.
If you’ve been to The Drake lately you will notice there is a lot more ethnic diversity than ever before, so this negative info you’ve heard must be wrong(or quickly answered).
Civil rights laws have virtually stripped private property owners of their…civil rights. The government removed private property owners from deciding who gets to patronize their place of business. The intention may be good, but in the grand scheme of things it has not improved race relations but instead made them worse in recent years.
While it may not sound good to many on the surface, allowing a bar or club to cater only to blacks, whites, or whatever race would ultimately be a good thing, as our society would, without interference from the government, learn to get along with each other and reject those who choose to be bigoted.
And sadly, in the United States, the government no longer represents the people…
Kudos on Blue Label, Kobain, and 26Ten. I agree 100%.
Can you tell me the best nights for these spots?
WHere is there to go on a Friday night?
Best nights for Blue Label are Fri and Sat..I hear thursdays are starting to hit too.
know any good latin night kind of places for a Saturday night?
My boyfriend and I went into “Eight” on Washington, on Saturday night….and it was so nice! It has only been open for a couple of weeks. Tons of VIP tables and areas, great deco, bottle service, friendly staff, medium sized dance floor, and great music! We already had plans so we just walked in and stayed for 10 minutes just to see what it was like and we are already planning our next night out there! It has the same owners as Pub Fiction. 🙂
the doormen at NOX are the biggest douches in the world.
they make you wait in a line with no intention of ever letting you in.
i can get into any club in midtown and the heights but apparently I’m not cool enough to get into this place. we’ll c how this place holds up in a few months when it’s not the new place to be.
Well..I’ve been to Drake, but I don’t really like it. It feels like the riff-raff are starting to get in. Ei8ht is nice, but not all that. I went on opening night and again the following week, and there were alot of 50 year old guys inside, while the hot young guys were outside! There is an unrealistic line outside, and you’re lucky if you get in at all. Tip tip tip, is all I can say. However, I got a flyer to go to Cafe Europe on Sundays- for an outdoor patio event. We checked it out; and to my surprise, the place has changed! Best of all, the DJ was great! I am not into mainstream house music; I want to hear something NEW, upbeat and underground (Just got back from Amsterdam). My girlfriends and I had a great time, and the DJ was hot, too. We had fun and we didn’t have to wait in any lines or go too far from home. Just a thought.
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