Housed in the oldest building in Houston, La Carafe caters to an eclectic mix of artistic and professional types. Musicians claim the jukebox has the best selection in all of Houston, and you will often see people dancing on the narrow floor beside it. This romantic spot is often the end to the perfect date. It is strictly a wine and beer bar, so you'll have to go elsewhere if you want other types of alcohol.
Numbers is one of the oldest and most popular venues for alternative music in Houston. You'll find a diverse crowd dancing to 80's music or goth favorites. Don't be surprised if you see people here wearing Halloween-inspired attire. They sometimes have live performances from groundbreaking artists. On nights that don't feature a live act, you still can dance the night away to music and videos from Houston DJs.
Wild West is one of Houston's leading nightclubs. Featuring a DJ on most nights, this venue was made for dancing. Go wild and dance the night away to some of the best country music tracks out there. If you're new to two-stepping, fear not, because they offer dance lessons on a regular basis. The Texan-built club is a great party destination in Houston.
Featured in listicles of popular publications time and again, if you haven't paid a visit to Wooster's Garden's yet, you are definitely missing out on a memorable time. There is a lot of skill required in crafting a perfect cocktail and this place has seemed to master the art. Some of the popular, cheekily named cocktails served here are Don't Nori about it, Jessica Rabbit and Booze Cruise and classics like Mimosa and Bloody Mary are all-time favorites. Apart from cocktails, if you are a lover of quality spirits, their distinctive collection of Bourbon Whiskey, Rye Whiskey, Jamaican Rum, mezcal, and cognac are nothing short of impressive. Delicious bar munchies such as Pretzels, Bone Marrow and Cheeseburger are equally delectable and go well with your drinks.
If you have craved for those delicious mezcals for a long time, head to The Pastry War on Main Street. Nestled in the city's bustling downtown area, the cocktail spot draws drinkers with happy hours and specials. The spirits are arranged as per the agave category. You can find the year of production, distiller's name and the still type mentioned on all agave types. The owners have also collaborated to streamline imports of premium mezcal and tequila brands from Mexico. Hop in to relish authentic Mexican-style cocktails and spirits, in a charmingly decorated venue.
McGonigel's Mucky Duck is a great little pub located in the Upper Kirby District. Its diners are treated to a menu of genuine pub food and drinks, as well as an ecclectic mix of live music. Sporting a packed calendar, entertainment in the dimly lit cosy pub is always terrific, only matched by their consistently great food and beer.
Pure Club And Lounge has an attractive look right from its storefront facade through its trendy interiors. Located next to Molly's Irish Pub, this bi-level hookah bar is spread across 10,000 square feet (929.03 square meters) and is equipped with a good sound and lighting system. This 21 years and over establishment has a huge dance floor where you can sway to the live music performed almost every night. Puff away the flavored shishas or sip on some drink specials such as the Grey Goose, Moet or Hennessy during happy hours at this sleek lounge.
Lawless is a swanky bar located within the Rice Hotel. The interiors are richly furnished with dark woods, leather seating, and chandeliers. The brick-walled room is a pictorial journey of all those who have fought for freedom and liberty such as Teddy Roosevelt and Mahatma Gandhi. The room opens onto a terrace-balcony with views of Downtown Houston. The drinks menu serves wine, beer and classic and contemporary cocktails with delicious American bar bites and finger food.
Submit to the charms of Appalachian moonshine and smooth whiskey cocktails, served in quirky mason jars. The Moonshiners Southern Table + Bar plays tribute to Southern American heritage through their selection of classic eats such as Shrimp and Grits, Smoked Trout Crostinis and Deviled Eggs. Booth seating as well as wooden tables and chairs dominate the main dining area, whereas a bar-top with wood finishing manages to catch the eye. The atmosphere inclines toward lumberjack-chic, with wood stumps decorating the walls. An outdoor patio with picnic-style tables are perfect for when the summer breeze blows.
A food hall in essence, Conservatory houses five different eateries- Myth Kafe, Samurai Noodle, Melange Creperie, El Burro and the Bull and Southside espresso where you can sample a little bit of Tex-Mex, Japanese, Greek and American. This premiere food hall offers a wholesome experience to all those who visit. You can also book this space for private events. When there is no consensus on a particular cuisine with every family member and friend rooting for different tastes, then you should definitely head to the Conservatory.
Located on Prairie Street, the Prohibition Supperclub & Bar is a popular neighborhood bar and restaurant that offers scrumptious American food and tantalizing drinks. On offer at the restaurant is a classic American menu serving traditional delicacies like Meatloaf, Chicken Waldorf Sandwich, their signature Prohibition Salad and Fish Beignets. They are known to have the only oysters' raw bar in downtown. Their chefs Ben McPherson and Matt Wommack showcase their culinary expertise through the perfectly cooked meals. The bar menu is quite impressive as well; it offers a wide range of tempting cocktails, whiskeys, craft beers and fine boutique wines. Prohibition Supperclub & Bar is situated inside an early 20th Century building and the decor features many artifacts and original fittings from the olden times. They also arrange for private events and their expert staff ensures the success of each party hosted here.