A New Houston-Themed Bar Will Hit Houston Bar Scene

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A New Houston-Themed Bar Will Hit Houston Bar Scene

H-town represents. For good reason: we got the Astros, NASA, Beyoncé. But not since now has anyone repped Houston harder than Eighteen36.

Houston sees millions of tourists each year. They tour the museums, eat Tex-Mex and barbecue, and check out the local scene. There comes a point when any tourist in Houston has to decide: where is the cultural core? What is the most Houston place to go in Houston? The new Eighteen36 bar in Kirby has your answer. (Featured image courtesy of Eighteen36’s Facebook)

Photo courtesy of Eighteen36’s Facebook

Last week the local-owned Eighteen36 on W. Alabama Street opened its doors to the city for a soft opening. Inside, its 3,500-square-foot interior has a farmhouse look and includes seating, bar, and standing areas. Furthermore, the bar features a series of murals painted by local artists that pay homage to Bayou City’s history.

Photo courtesy of Eighteen 36’s Facebook

Outside is a patio complete with overhead awnings and a fireplace. Future plans are to use this area as a stage for live music. Its drink menu includes Houston-inspired cocktails as well as crafts from local breweries.


Photo courtesy of Eighteen36’s Facebook

Eighteen36, named after the year Houston was founded, will also be the home of Greek-American restaurant, Roadster Grill. The grill, whose original location in Bellaire shuttered in 2017, will return a limited menu. One can only hope that the menu will feature its renowned Moussaka.


The full opening will kick-off next week on February 7th with a grand opening party.

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