Houston GLBT Nightlife
When the sun goes down, Houston comes alive with potent potables and a diverse LGBT-crowd, eager to kickstart the city's lively nightlife scene.
From leather bars and neighborhood pubs to video lounges and dance clubs, the real fun begins after dark. Get the scoop on the city's prime places for after-hours play. Where will you be tonight?
Since it opened in Austin in 2009, Barbarella has become one of the hottest clubs in the Capital City—a place to dance all night and mingle with friends and strangers. The unique video bar expanded Read more »
Shake it all-night-long at Montrose’s LGBT-friendly Blur Bar. The two-story contemporary dance club—which is just around the corner from South Beach and JR’s—is popular for its Read more »
Located just east of Downtown, inside a historic art deco movie theater, Club 2020 has catered to Houston’s gay club scene since first opening in late 2006. The 6,400-square-foot spot features Read more »
A Montrose hangout where you'll always find a fun-loving crowd, Crocker Bar is more relaxed than some of its neighboring clubs. Open 7 days a week, this newly remodeled nightspot also offers karaoke Read more »
Eagle Houston is now in Montrose. The bar formerly located in north Downtown took over the space at 611 Hyde Park Avenue, close to the Pacific Street strip. The new Eagle is a great mix of Read more »
Opened in early 2011, F Bar quickly became gay Houston's answer to upscale clubbing. The 4,200-square-foot space that previously served as home to a number of mainstream nightclubs Read more »
- 617 Fairview
- Houston, TX 77006
- Phone: (713) 528-8102
- Region: Montrose
George Country Sports Bar is one of the most relaxed outposts in Montrose. Patrons flock here to watch games, including the hometown favorite Houston Texans. But whatever major sporting event is Read more »
After several successful years spent operating out of its Shepherd Plaza location, Montrose’s Guava Lamp lounge has since made the leap to a chic, updated space near Allen Parkway.The spot is Read more »
J.R.'s—like its sister bars in Dallas and Denver—is a quintessential gay hangout with attractive Southwestern-inspired decor and a fabulous patio. The Montrose-set spot is an H-Town staple Read more »