Best 6 Most Fun Bars in Houston

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Keep in mind, this article is in ascending order. We’ve saved the best Most Fun Bars for last. Enjoy the list!

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As a cosmopolitan city in a Southern state, Houstonians know how to imbibe. There’s a lot to experience in Houston’s most fun bars from midtown to downtown, Montrose to the Heights. You’ll find a mashup of cultures extending to the city’s high-brow, low-brow bar scenes, meaning you can find pretty much whatever kind of drinking experience you’re after in Houston. Feeling like chasing beers with whiskey at a timeless Texas ice house or dingy dive? You have got it. In the mood for sophisticated Japanese cocktails and romantic fine wine? Sure thing. 

Most fun bars in Houston feature super nice and very attentive bartenders, breezy patios, comfy seating, state-of-art lighting and sound systems, chic decor, beautiful interiors, an impressive menu of craft beers and cocktails, magnetic vibes, fun-filled friendly crowd, classy DJ mixing awesome music with curated playlist, and spacious stylish dance floor.

6. Charbar

Fresh, Sustainable, Local. Charbar Bar prides itself on the quality of its ingredients and also the wide-range options from the ocean, prairies, and local gardens. Charbar combines locally relevant and globally inspired dishes to create an eclectic and innovative menu that will appeal to almost any palate. The culinary influence of Argentina, which is a blend of Spanish and Italian cuisine, is evident throughout the menu, with a personalized touch of tableside service to prepare a ceviche mixto. Established in 2015, charbar opened its doors in June. Located in the revitalized and ever-growing community of East Village, charbar is part of a collaborative and unique concept destined to be a culinary destination, the first of its kind.

5. Griff’s

A very good place to hang out! Best Sports Bar” by Houston A-List 2015. Way back in 1965, Michael Griffin wanted to open a neighborhood bar. With his love of sports and sports fans and the wee bit o’ Irish in him, he created Griff’s Irish Pub. Since then, Griff’s has become the oldest surviving sports bar in Houston and the site of the largest St. Patrick’s Day Festival in Texas. This spot caters to all people who want to listen to some live music. The drinks are great and the coconut shrimp is excellent. The crowd varies depending on the night, but if you’re looking for a cool place to chill with good music, this is your place.

4. Marfreless

Hands down the best speakeasy bar in Houston. 10/10 recommended! Marfreless was born in 1972 on Feagan Street near Shepherd Drive. The idea for Marfreless began with the owner’s own dissatisfaction with what the bar scene at the time had to offer. His solution: introduce a bar with no theme; there was no television, darts, dance floor, or loud music. Catering to no single demographic resulted in a melting pot of eclecticism. People of all ages, colors, and creeds came together to create a rare mix of bar clientele. Combining a low-lit atmosphere and non-invasive music, it became a favorite hideaway for nonconformists and intellectuals as well as those couples in search of a quiet, cozy spot. Fun and dark place, with plush couches upstairs in the dimmest light possible.

3. Luxx Bar and Lounge

If you’re looking to have a good time in a chill atmosphere Luxx Bar and Lounge is the place to be when you want to have a great time. Luxx Bar and Lounge is excited to bring to you the city’s newest hot spot! Head there and have a drink with them and don’t forget to bring your friends. There is a full range of bar drinks including a wide selection of spirits, whisky, brandy and liqueurs, soft drinks, beer, and wine. While at Luxx Bar and Lounge you’ll never have to miss watching any of your favorite sports events again with 7 big screens, Luxx has got you covered for all of the action. They also have a DJ spinning the latest hits every night for the late-night partiers.

2. Dirt Bar

The Dirt bar has been Houston’s landmark for over six years, serving as a favorite home away from home for Houstonians and international musicians alike. Located across the street from the House of Blues—and two blocks from the Toyota Center—The Dirt remains a popular stopping place for pre-and-post show beverages. It also draws noteworthy musicians (Lady Gaga, Foo Fighters, and Metallica are among the past visitors), looking to relax or host after-show events. Inside, a few booths and tables dot the cement-heavy, no-frills landscape. A circular bar, red and black accents and rock music-filled jukebox also mark the lounge. Heads up: If you’re buying songs, choose wisely. The bartenders have a “ditch” button that they aren’t afraid to use. Expect well-priced and potent libations, including the suggestively-named Rim Job shot, which mixes vodka and fruit-flavored tang. The Dirt is a non-venue rock n’ roll lounge filled with music not heard on the radio or at other bars. A popular pre and post-show destination spot, The Dirt has also become famous for its performer patronage. Drawing crowds and artists from every venue in the city have allowed The Dirt to host hundreds of memorable after-show events, including Lady Gaga, Muse, Metallica, Foo Fighters, and Kings of Leon. The Dirt Bar is opened from open From 6 PM – 2 AM.

1. Lola’s Depot

If your looking for a place to get drunk and waste less money and be able to play pool table this is the place, only has 2 pool tables, a place to hang out outside, and a tuning box, great place. Really just the best and most fun bar in Houston and also probably the oldest dive bar in Montrose.

In Conclusion

Most fun bars in Houston are welcoming community spaces that highlight local talent and flavors. The spots are experts at their craft, but they aren’t pretentious about it. They turn out mind-blowing drinks that have you asking.  “What is this one again?”. Simply put, they’re the kind of places that you can’t wait to tell your friends about.

 

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