Indulge in a night of bowling with a twist. The owners have spared no expense at Bowlmor Houston, an upscale bowling center and nightlife spot with plush lounge seating, a full-service bar and multimedia screens. The menu features restaurant-style appetizers and main dishes.
Step into the ultimate arcade for grownups. At Dave and Buster's, you can let your inner kid run wild and still enjoy a full service restaurant and nightlife venue. Get ready for an action-packed evening of billiards, shuffleboard, bowling, virtual reality and traditional arcade games. At the Houston-Galleria.
Duck into an authentic Irish style pub, where live music, pints and lip-smacking pub food rule the evening. McGonigel's Mucky Duck is a nightlife spot in Houston that's celebrated for its Irish nights featuring open calls for musicians and Irish dancers to entertain the crowd.
Take a tasting tour of the St. Arnold Brewing Company, Texas' oldest craft brewery. The company has a loyal following who keep a lookout for limited-edition releases throughout the year.
Rock out over a fabulous dinner followed by an evening of excellent live music and dancing at Sambucca. Located in the historic Rice Hotel, the restaurant and nightlife destination is like no other in the city.
The Hobby Center For The Performing Arts is a soaring feat of architecture and versatility, featuring 60-foot high glass walls with sweeping views of the downtown skyline. Inside the Hobby Center, you'll see full-scale Broadway productions and first rate performance companies that elevate the Houston arts and nightlife scene.
The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts first opened its doors in 2002. The facility is located in downtown Houston on the edge of the Houston Theater District.
The Hobby Center is a local landmark that leaves an indelible impression on first-time visitors, with its 60-foot high glass walls and views of downtown Houston, Tranquility Park and Houston City Hall.
The center is home to two diverse theaters that accommodate a variety of performances.
The first is Sarofim Hall, a 2,650-seat theater that accommodates full-scale Broadway productions. The classically designed theater is a study in opulence and finery, with its gilded latticework and columns, highlighted by dark and tranquil midnight-blue walls. Twinkling fiber optic stars that replicate the Texas night sky contribute to its other-worldly ambiance.
The other theater is the Zilkha Hall theater, a 500-seat venue and home to the Uniquely Houston program. The series fosters growth for small and mid-sized performing arts companies in the Houston area.
Indulge and learn about wine at The Tasting Room Wine Cafe. No snooty nightlife atmosphere here. Instead, it's known as a comfortable place to get serious about wine. Includes a wine bar, wine retail store and gourmet café.