The Weekly Circuit
Your Guide to a Week's worth of Gay Fun in Houston
Boomtown Coffee This Heights coffee shop serves artisanal coffee with tasty breakfast tacos and other options. It is the perfect beginning to any week.
Ninfa's on Navigation The Tex-Mex taqueria that launched the chain still maintains its authentic roots. Houstonians know there is no better way to start a week than with a bowl of queso and a refreshing margarita.
Detox Outdoors Girl, it is Monday. You need one day to relax and recover from the previous weekend. Luckily, Houston has a multitude of parks, trails and outdoor activities that allow you to sweat out some of those pesky toxins while still enjoying the city.
The Eagle Daily drink specials, friendly bartenders and an expansive dual-level patio make this a fun destination on the Montrose circuit.
Guava Lamp This chill bar is the perfect Hump Day treat. Pretty young boys mix, mingle and sip martinis from a well-stocked spirits selection. Karaoke starts at 10 p.m. and goes late until the morning.
Neon Boots The city's gay country bar does steak, bingo and karaoke all on Wednesday nights. Boot scoot into the action and celebrate your Texas roots at this gay honky tonk.
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JR’s Bar & Grill Break out your inner Kelly Clarkson and enjoy a night of lively karaoke each week starting at 9 p.m. Stick around until 11 p.m. for a sickening drag performance from some of Houston hottest queens.
El Tiempo Start the weekend with a frosty margarita and some of the city's top-rated Tex-Mex. Happy hour is from 3-7 p.m. and be sure to get there early if you want a spot on the patio because it is known to get packed
South Beach It’s time to dance the stress of the week away. The 10,000-square-foot dance club boasts hot jams, go-go dancers and stiff drinks all night. Their state-of-the-art liquid nitrogen cooling system is the best way to cool off from the Texas heat.
Rich's At roughly 15,000 square feet, the mega club on San Jacinto Street is the largest gay club in Houston. Enjoy the upstairs lounge and back patio as well as the massive dance floor. It is the place to see and be seen on Saturdays.
Gloria's Expect a modern yet elegant atmosphere, along with authentic Mexican and Salvadorian dishes including award-winning margaritas and black bean dip. A few other menu favorites include the grilled pork tenderloin fajitas, ceviche tostadas and the sour cream chicken enchiladas. More brunch options
Boheme The chic wine bar gets wild on Sundays with an afternoon drag show and brunch outdoors on their patio. Brunch favorites like their overwhelming Bangkok fries and frozen mojitos are served up alongside queens serving full entertainment.
The Eagle The Eagle patio and balcony is the place to be on Sunday afternoons starting around 4 p.m. and well into the evening. It is a chill environment to relax and unwind before the start of another work week. Don’t forget to visit the Eagle Trading Co., a small store located inside the bar for jewelry, shirts and all your other needs.