By Andrew Collins. Houston's bar scene goes far beyond run-of-the-mill honky tonks and cowboy saloons. This Southwest city is home to a flourishing gay scene, too.
Visiting Houston and not sure which bars to hit up? Don't worry, we've got this. One good thing about H-town is that there's a scene for just about whatever you're into.
One researcher explores how Montrose came to be the center of gay social and political life in Houston. Almost as regularly, he hears people declare that the historic Houston neighborhood is no longer gay. In the s, the historic neighborhood had a significant LGBT population, and for many years, the area was at the center for gay culture in Houston.
Ripcord is a step above your typical gay bar. Moderate size venue but Crowd was low on Sunday and Tuesday. No more than 12 customers each night I went.
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BY Heather J. Houston has had its ups and downs with the changes in its gay club scene, but one doesn't have to look too far for a hopping bar or dance club. The area of Montrose is one of the most pedestrian friendly hubs in Houston offering folks of all walks of life plenty to do. Looking for a Meteor shower?
Not Gravy Analytics, who ranked three local spots among the 50 most popular in the U. The location-based marketing platform tracks mobile data to verify attendance. The list monitored attendance from Nov.
The largest gay bar in Texas is roaring into Houston: And you'd better bring your cowboy boots. The one and only Willie Nelson penned the song " Night Life " chronicling his days performing at the iconic ballroom, which just so happens to be the setting for the Broadway musical Always. Patsy Cline. The renovation has truly been a labor of love for us.