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Things To Do in Houston This Weekend | October 17-20
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17OctDelain & Amorphis

Today at 07:30 PM - 07:30 pm

Scout Bar - Houston

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17OctThe Winery Comedy Tour

Today at 07:30 PM - Oct 30, 08:30 PM

Sable Gate Winery

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17OctAnnual Comp-U-Dopt Oktoberfest 2019

Today at 06:30 PM - 10:00 pm


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Today at 06:30 PM - 08:00 pm

Discovery Green

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17OctReach for the Stars Evening

Today at 06:00 PM - 09:00 pm

Shirley Acres

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Nicholas Day
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Anvil Bar & Refuge
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One of the best cocktail bars in Houston and definitely the best place to drink in Montrose

Barbarella Houston
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Definitely the best dance club in Houston! Always a classic club experience when you hit Barbarella

Hard Rock Cafe Houston
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Definitely a staple for dining and nightlife in Houston! Definitely the best casino in Houston and one of the best places to have fun

Matthew Strickland
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Guadalajara Del Centro
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Strong chain of restaurants with excellent quality meals and service.

Oishii Restaurant
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Casual space with very fresh and tasty seafood and friendly staff.

Houston Astros has new update
19 hours ago Astros Crawfish Boil: October 16th, 2019
Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports Start your morning with some of the best Astros links around Check out the rest of the Crawfish Boxes here Astros News It was a gritty performance but the Astros pushed past the Yanks to go up 2-1 in the ALCS (Astros.com)And once again Gerrit Cole played the hero, this time without his best stuff (The Athletic, $$$)Not to mention that Cole is currently in the midst of one of the greatest winning streaks ever (Sports Illustrated)He’s also part of an old school pitching style that is driving the Astros’ run this season (Sporting News)Altuve clubbed his 12th playoff homer in the 1st inning and took the vicious Bronx crowd out of it early (Astros.com)A crowd that was loud, rude, and disrespectful to players and the game (USA Today)Has Josh Reddick seized the starting RF position for the rest of the playoffs? (The Athletic, $$$)I guess if the Astros are hitting someone is tipping, right? (For the Win)Check out these Astros fans who showed up at Yankees stadium for this one (KHOU 11)This Yankees fan was big mad last night (CUT4) Around the League The Nationals will play in the World Series for the first time after sweeping the Cardinals (Federal Baseball)And if it wasn’t clear, they’re peaking at the right time of the season (538 Sports)Howie Kendrick has secured NLCS MVP honors after going bananas on Cardinals pitching (MLB.com)In spite of baseball’s youth movement, it was the old guys who really brought it home for the Nats (Sporting News)The Cardinals were blown out in the first inning of the game and just couldn’t make it all the way back (AP News)Let’s take a look at the career of baseball great Brian McCann (FanGraphs)
713Area has new update 19 hours ago Karbach Brewing Places Big Beer Bet on the Houston Astros Winning the ALCS
Plus, more Houston dining intel Welcome to AM Intel, a (mostly) daily round-up of Houston’s hottest bits of dining intel. Trying to stay on top of Space City’s endlessly vibrant dining scene? Keep up with the hottest new openings, essential eateries, and more by subscribing to the Eater Houston newsletter, and following us on Twitter and Facebook. Karbach places pride on the line with Astros ALCS bet With the American League Championship Series set to continue tonight as the Astros face off with the Yankees back in Houston, Space City’s own Karbach Brewing has placed a major bet on the series’s conclusion with New York City’s Blue Point Brewing. Here’s the wager: if the Yankees win, Karbach will have to brew and serve Blue Point’s Pinstripe Pils, which comes complete with Yankee branding. If (when?) the Astros win, Blue Point will have to brew Karbach’s Crawford Bock in New York. Houston’s departs the Galleria After nearly 40 years, Houston’s has officially closed the doors to its longtime Westheimer Road location near the Galleria. Per Houstonia, Houston’s owners Hillstone Restaurant Group say that “circumstances beyond our reasonable control prevented us from operating to our standards at Houston’s on Westheimer.” The chain’s Kirby location is unaffected by the closure, which is reportedly related to issues with the building’s lease, and will remain open.
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Danielle Gaudet
Review 22 hours ago
Brenner's on the Bayou
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Definitely one of the best steakhouses in Houston. Expect the best of everything, and they definitely do! The room is cozy and has kept its historical style. There is view of a unique garden with waterfalls and ponds. The service is professional, friendly and fast.

The Pit Room
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Great food, always a line out the door!

Pros: Has some of the best BBQ meats in a very competitive BBQ town.

Jillian Conway
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The Owl
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The Owl is a really fun neighborhood bar that fills with locals every night.. I thought their happy hour was awesome too!

Little Woodrow's Houston
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This is the first-ever Turtle Racing Bar I ever went to and BOY is it fun! You might think it's boring and slow but after a few drinks, it can be a great time and an even better laugh!

Thursday Specials in Houston

Howl at the Moon

612 Hadley St. , Houston TX, 77002

Doors open at 7:00PM

NO COVER all night!

Miller Lites & Coors Lights
Bombs & Fireball Shots


The Owl

2221 W Alabama St , Houston TX, 77098
Thirsty Thursdays
$3 Domestics & $5 Deep Eddy


1515 Texas Avenue , Houston TX, 77002
Happy Hour Weekdays 5-7pm
Bubbles 9
Italian Margarita 9
Cosmopolitan 8
Aperol Spritz 9
Blueberry Lemon Drop 8
Signature Old Fashioned 9
Domestic Beer 5
Imported Beer 7

Relish Restaurant & Bar

2810 Westheimer Road , Houston TX, 77098
Happy Hour M-Sat
$6 Select Cocktails
$3 Select Drafts
$6 Select Wines by the glass

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