Like many other big cities in Texas, Houston has a bustling and lively nightlife scene that anyone can enjoy.
Beer sales in Houston are a lot of what keeps the bar and restaurant industry thriving and, just taking a quick look around on a Friday night, you can see why people love to go out for a night on the town here.
Below, you will find a table that displays all the top 25 bars and restaurants in Houston based on their alcohol sales. The data in this table is for total, beer, wine, and liquor sales and will be updated every month.
|Establishment Name||Total Receipts||Liquor||Wine||Beer|
|ARAMARK SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES OF TEXAS||$2,973,319||$1,375,896||$187,781||$1,409,642|
|THE POST OAK/MASTRO’S/WILLIE G’S||$1,706,232||$366,006||$867,148||$473,078|
|ARAMARK SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT SER OF TEXAS INC||$1,152,428||$671,988||$79,139||$401,301|
|ARAMARK SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES OF TEXAS||$1,103,727||$638,099||$73,638||$391,990|
|FOUR FAMILIES OF HOUSTON||$1,099,634||$586,946||$140,318||$372,370|
|LEVY RESTAURANTS AT TOYOTA CENTER||$999,189||$553,761||$60,079||$385,349|
|HILTON AMERICAS – HOUSTON||$715,916||$380,521||$185,469||$40,971|
|MARRIOTT MARQUIS HOUSTON||$687,098||$382,776||$135,660||$162,722|
|KIRBY ICE HOUSE||$660,086||$348,414||$36,498||$275,174|
|KIRBY ICE HOUSE||$609,551||$311,874||$30,575||$267,102|
|ESCAPADE 2001 HOUSTON||$478,997||$228,906||$50||$250,041|
|FOUR SEASON HOTEL HOUSTON||$436,144||$313,346||$96,982||$25,816|
|713 MUSIC HALL||$432,603||$286,645||$10,272||$135,686|
|OJOS LOCOS SPORTS CANTINA||$420,917||$165,008||$210||$255,699|
|POST SECURITY AREAS OF TERMINAL C NORTH||$413,520||$207,954||$68,459||$137,107|
|CAMPUS BEVERAGE INC||$409,550||$141,583||$197,877||$21,217|
|BOTTLED BLOND BACK YARD||$408,431||$328,693||$36,189||$43,549|
|THE ANNIE CAFE & BAR||$401,371||$182,378||$207,194||$7,949|
|OJOS LOCOS SPORTS CANTINA||$398,602||$159,734||$235||$238,633|
One of the most gay-friendly neighborhoods in Texas is Montrose. Drag queens and club kings pepper the streets at night and put on quite the spectacle whenever it is time to party.
Even if you aren’t in the LGBTQ community, there are plenty of places to enjoy the nightlife in this wonderful part of Houston like Anvil Bar & Refuge where they use homemade liquor and fresh ingredients to make their drinks.
If you’re into a more alternative scene, spots like Poison Girl feature pinball machines, poetry readings, and cheap drinks. For those looking for a more laid-back or gay-friendly place in Houston, Montrose is the perfect place to plan a night in.
There are all kinds of yearly events that take place in Houston but let’s just go through a few so you can get a taste as to what you might be in store for when heading down to the city.
The famous Texas Outlaw Challenge takes place in downtown Houston in mid-June and features time trials, a car show, and a charity poker event. This is a multiple-day event and all kinds of people show up to support it.
Also, the Fiestas Patrias takes place Downtown in mid-September. It is among the biggest and most brightly colored community-sponsored parades the city has.
Celebrating Mexico’s independence from Spain, dancers spin their ways through the street and enjoy this great celebration of Mexican culture. The event ends with the crowning of a beautiful Miss Fiestas Patrias every year.
No matter which way you look at it, popular bars and restaurants fuel the grandiose nightlife in Houston and make it a banner place to enjoy a night of drinking, dancing, and great times you may or may not remember.
The city itself has been growing a lot over the years and doesn’t plan to stop anytime soon. If you plan on going out for a night in this city, have fun and best of luck!