This 2 story midtown lounge has lasted quite a bit longer than most of it's trendy counterparts typically do. Located on Brazos St., about 5 minutes south of downtown, if you drove by the building... more
This bar is the oldest in the city, in a building over 130 year old. Over the decades it has been an Indian trading post, a steam bakery and a Pony Express stop The walls there have not been festooned... more
Tropicana is my favorite Latin club in Houston, especially on Friday nights when the best Latin Bands play. And by Latin I mean the real deal. I am Venezuelan and if you want true Latin music this is... more
A hole in the wall bar, that is housed in some old house. The men's room is partly a converted shower. This is the first place that I take friend who come to visit from out of state. The clientel is... more
This cozy nightspot across from the Galleria III boasts an upscale casual atmosphere ideal for conversation and people watching. Cool 20-something/ 30 something clubbers take a break from throbbing... more
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... more
Downtown has an array of theater and live music venues. Hobby Center is just one. They offer a bunch of different projects, companies, and arts. From African American Theatre groups to Children's... more
I moved here because my parents both live here. The school district I currently work with offered me a job the first time I walked into a job fair. And I went to high school here. Although I do feel...
I have spent alot of time in Houston over the years, but I never did take the time to enjoy the sights and sounds of the city as much as when I started thinking about writing tips for Virtual Tourist....