UPDATED: Top 10 Bars, Clubs & Ice Houses In the East End (or "EaDo")

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3. D&W LOUNGE
On the outskirts of the warehouse district, this cash-only, beer-and-wine dive has been a local favorite since we can remember. It could have to do with its 60-plus years of history, or it may just be the cheap, cold-as-ass beer.

However you slice it, karaoke is always a hit. But if you'd prefer, there's a nice patio to enjoy too. Weeknights are low-key, but bring them dancing shoes if it's a Friday or Saturday.

911 Milby, 713-226-8777, Facebook page


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2. MOON TOWER INN
Gourmet hotdogs served in pretzel buns pair perfectly with whatever kind of beer you feel like drinking at the Moon Tower. The patio seating, which is the only seating on-site, is plentiful. The open-air setup is big enough to accommodate large groups of friends or give you plenty of space if you'd prefer to drink in peace.

One thing, though: watch the attitude, because you'll be charged extra for getting too lippy.

3004 Canal, Facebook page


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1. BOHEMEO'S
A jack of almost all entertainment trades, Bohemeo's is part local coffee shop, part live music venue and part bar. Though it's been a well-known establishment for years, it changed ownership ownership last spring. Lucky for Houstonians, Bohemeo's changed hands to two well-respected, reputable businessmen who decided to put an emphasis on local and craft beers. So if you haven't been by in a while, it's worth revisiting, both for what you previously loved and for the changes.

708 Telephone Rd., 713-923-4277, bohemeos.com


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8th Wonder Brewery

2202 Dallas St., Houston, TX

Category: General

Saint Arnold Brewery

2000 Lyons Ave., Houston, TX

Category: General

Home Plate Bar & Grill

1800 Texas, Houston, TX

Category: Restaurant

Grooves

2300 Pierce St., Houston, TX

Category: Music

Cork Soakers Wine Bar

2024 Rusk, Houston, TX

Category: Restaurant

Lucky's Pub

801 St. Emanuel, Houston, TX

Category: Music

Little Woodrow's

2019 Walker, Houston, TX

Category: Music

Mojeauxs Louisiana Drinkery

2024 Rusk St., Houston, TX

Category: Music

Moon Tower Inn

3004 Canal, Houston, TX

Category: Music

Bohemeo's

708 Telephone Road, Houston, TX

Category: General

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13 comments
j_three
j_three

Those of us who were born and raised there don't call it EaDo. Also, a lot of these places aren't even in East Downtown. Also, fuck the developers and real estate agents who came up with that stupid name.

JonathanM
JonathanM

No Harrisburg Country Club?? or Super Happy Fun Land???

Crappy/Lazy research on the author's part.

I should have known this article was Crap when I saw the term "EADO."

ALSO, if you want to get REALLY hardcore 2nd Ward / Eastend, how can you leave out El Amanecer Night Club????  NOW THAT IS EAST END!!  :)

iamhomerogonzalez
iamhomerogonzalez

I absolutely hate the term 'Eado.' It's purely a way to take away from the cultural identity of neighborhoods like the Second Ward,which is another conversation on of itself. Furthermore, I grew up 4 blocks from Bohemeo's and have been a patron since it opened in 2006. That neighborhood has always been 'budding.' I guess it takes a new wave of hipsters to get positive attention.

SrslyDoResearch
SrslyDoResearch

HOME PLATE BAR & GRILL???  This is in DT proper...srsly, do some research...

Kylejack
Kylejack topcommenter

Also, Cork Soakers doesn't exist anymore.

Kylejack
Kylejack topcommenter

5 of these are not in EaDo, making it all the more clear that we don't need to say EaDo ever again.


EaDo is not another name for the East End, it is a different defined area.

H_e_x
H_e_x

@iamhomerogonzalez Social trends tell me that even though something might exist, it doesn't become a real trend until white hipsters or yuppies latch onto it.

Kylejack
Kylejack topcommenter

@iamhomerogonzalez Yep, pretty ridiculous to talk about Eastwood like it barely existed when it was built in 1913 by the same developer that developed Woodland Heights.

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