Houston comes to life after dark with sleek lounges, laid-back pubs and LED-happy clubs to keep you moving. Here is a complete list of nightlife options. Below are suggestions in specific parts of the city.
Front Porch Pub, Cyclone Anayas for great margaritas. Howl at the Moon is a really fun dueling piano bar, and Pub Fiction is right next door. There are a lot of other bars in that area. The intersection at Bagby and Gray Streets is a good place to start.
Washington Avenue is a major nightlife hot spot in Houston!
Check out Hughes Manor (it's an expansive gastropub with a beautiful patio) the interactive Kung Fu Saloon and the low-key Liberty Station.
There are many other pubs and bars along the street, too.
Country Western Bars
Local flavor and southern charm collide inside this cowboy-chic country bar.
The Firehouse is a large music club and bar reminiscent of an adult amusement park, with the Eagles on the jukebox, fancy video games, a full bar, outdoor-style wooden booths and a stage for live music.
This country nightclub was built and is operated by Texans and features a solid oak dance floor just for your boots!
Enjoy live music seven nights a week in Houston’s historic Rice Hotel.
The oldest haunt in Houston, La Carafe wine bar is less a ghost than a piece of living history, a timeless challenge to the contemporary nightclub scene.
OKRA Charity Saloon
A group of independent restaurant and bar owners has launched a unique concept--a bar where 100 percent of the proceeds are donated to charity.
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