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The 10 Best Bars In Houston's EaDo, Texas
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The 10 Best Bars In Houston's EaDo, Texas

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Updated: 9 February 2017
Houston’s EaDo, otherwise known as the East End, is a culmination of history and art. This vibrant neighborhood has so much to offer, from food to activities and sights to see. Everything is within arm’s reach too, whether it’s the city’s natural wonders and parks or a friendly nighttime locale. Here’s our list of the best bars in the area.
Saint Arnold Brewing Company | © EdSchipul/Flickr
Saint Arnold Brewing Company | © EdSchipul/Flickr
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Saint Arnold Brewing Company

Saint Arnold’s is known as the oldest brewery in Texas and definitely lives up to that hefty prestige. Providing a wide variety of beers for customers with different tastes; all of them meet every expectation. Every part of the brewing process is done on-site and carefully handled by a small number of staff. This may not be the best place for late nights that turn into early mornings, but if you are just looking a for a good-quality drink, then this is the one for sure.

Address & telephone number: Saint Arnold Brewing Company, 2000 Lyons Ave, Houston, TX, USA, +1 (713) 686-9494

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Around the Corner

Situated in a quaint little bungalow, Around the Corner is a bar that embodies a very casual atmosphere. It’s perfect for catching up with friends or something more intimate, such as a date night. Comfort and taste are priorities here and customers’ expectations are always met. The patio is a must-see when visiting the bar, offering a fine al fresco spot in the midst of EaDo.

Address & telephone number: Around the Corner, 1510 Hutchins St, Houston, TX, USA, +1 (346) 444-6699

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Neil’s Bahr

Neil’s Bahr brings out the quirky side in all its customers. Get your “nerd” on while enjoying a few quality drinks. A night on the town here is unlike any other. Referred to as the “premier intellectual hangout”, customers can enjoy weekly trivia or karaoke nights and an ambiance that is well suited to a group of friends that just want to have fun. The bar is located within walking distance of many landmarks, so it’s easy to access.

Address & telephone number: Neil’s Bahr, 2006 Walker St. Houston, TX, USA, +1 (281) 352-7456

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What better way to experience EaDo at its finest than by visiting EaDo’s? Inspired by the local community and providing a fresh take on the typical bar experience, EaDo was opened in the summer of 2015. The bar has thrived ever since on a simplistic menu with a variety of finger foods and carefully developed drinks to boot.

Address & telephone number: EaDo’s, 2024 Rusk St, Houston, TX, USA, +1 (346) 980-8945

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Voodoo Queen

If anything is unique about this bar, it’s definitely the atmosphere. Decorated with eclectic yet creepy ornamentation, this bar gives customers a spook while they sit and enjoy the concoctions. With over 151 daiquiris and coladas, in addition to brews, holy water and boat drinks, there is no shortage of something new every time you wander in.

Address & telephone number: Voodoo Queen, 322 Milby St, Houston, TX , USA, +1 (713) 555-5666

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Dionisio Winery

Starting off as a small wine venture in a garage, Dionisio is the brainchild of Jimmy Aranda. He tied a contemporary aesthetic with old-school tastes to bring out a cozy ambiance. Apart from being able to enjoy a glass of wine in-house, Dionisio provides customers with the opportunity to rent the winery for various occasions and custom labeling to give a personal touch to any bottle.

Address & telephone number: Dionisio Winery, 2110 Jefferson St, Houston, TX, USA, +1 (713) 906-2499

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Little Woodrow’s

Whether it is the pre-game hype or the post-game celebration, Little Woodrow’s is the ideal location for all your sports needs. Located within walking distance of the city’s stadium, all fans congregate here to host watching parties and discuss the game. The local crowds that gather here make it a pleasant environment.

Address & telephone number: Little Woodrow’s, 2019 Walker St, Houston, TX, USA, +1 (713) 222-2224

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Moon Tower Inn

Under the same ownership as Voodoo Queen, Moon Tower Inn shares the same eerie aesthetic that puts it in a league of its own. Customers typically enjoy a cold beer and specialty hot dog on the outdoor patio. When having a good time and a good beer, it’s easy to lose track of time, but Moon Tower Inn is open late. Make sure to work up an appetite beforehand so you can indulge in all that their menu has to offer.

Address & telephone number: Moon Tower Inn, 3004 Canal St, Houston, TX, USA, +1 (832) 969-1934

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A coffee shop, music venue and full bar all rolled into one gives you Bohemeo’s. This establishment has been around for years but has never gone out of style. Whether it is a simple hangout with friends, a study date, or a crazy night that customers are looking for, they can find it all at Bohemeo’s. Free WiFi and health conscious food are just some of the extra perks that you’ll be able to enjoy.

Address & telephone number: Bohemeo’s, 708 Telephone Rd, Houston, TX, USA, +1 (713) 923-4277

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Medel’s Ice House

This low-key bar doesn’t indulge in much advertising and publicity but has set up a network of regular customers that all share a passion for a good night and good drink. Cheap, cold drinks, clinking glasses and tunes from the jukebox in the background will take you back in time to another era. In short, this one’s a real EaDo classic.

Address & telephone number: Medel’s Ice House, 3509 Harrisburg Blvd, Houston, TX, USA, +1 (713) 237-8930