If you are in the mood for a little pub fare, and a Sherlock Holmes type atmosphere, than look no further. Baker St. Pub keeps the look and feel of an English Pub to go with Bryan O'Neills Irish Pub next door, and the Kelvin Arms Scottish Pub down the street.
I guess rice students really like Pubs!
I really enjoyed their onion rings and their burger was delicious. As always wash it down with a Guiness.
The wait staff was very response. The place maintained a classy yet layed back atmosphere, cover bands play almost every night of the week. I would return any time of the week, I would recomened this establishment to anyone young or old.
After being designated for several years as a "hole in the wall" trashy bar, Crazy Frogs Saloon moved to a bigger location, put some money into the place, and got a decent bar menu. Now it is a fairly good place to hang out at, grab a few drinks, and chat with friends while up on the Northwest side of town. The bar is located towards the back, wih many tables and chairs in the front. They have pool tables and dart boards to one side, and a stage on the other for their frequent karaoke nights. Televisions are placed all over the bar in order to keep up with your favorite sports events. And if your feeling hungry, as I said, they have a decent menu, but it consists of mostly burgers and sandwiches, quite a few fried finger foods, and some basic salads. This is by no means a really classy place, the atmosphere is very casual. But again, if you're up on this side of town, it's a good bar to visit.
Dress Code: Very Casual
while America's restaurant is very good and a great place to eat, there is also a great bar there, with a really good ambiance, that is a nice place to have a drink or two, to perhaps wind down after a day of shopping or working!
Dress Code: Everytime I go, you basically see everyone wearing whatever.
As you probably read in my nightlife tips, as well as a couple restaurants, the Kirby Lane area of town very close to Rice University is one of my favorite places to hang out in the Houston area. If you are here, I would recommend getting your ice cream fix at Ben and Jerry's scoop shop on Kirby Drive.
I guess there is not much to say about ice cream shops, but if you are going to eat ice cream, Ben and Jerry have cornered the market on goodness!
The best bar in Houston, I say this because it is very cool and because i used to go to the one in nyc. i was excited to find out that the original is in houston. It is the gingerman..in rice village. it is between rice and university on morningglory or something like that....very easy to find...it will have all the cars around it and look like someone's house with bouncers.
Nothing fancy here at this Irish bar, billed as Houstons First Sports Bar.
Good food and good beer! Bass on tap.
Dress Code: very casual