Whether you’re hitting happy hour with your coworkers, grabbing cocktails after a Broadway play, or hanging out with your craft beer-loving cousin who’s staying in Times Square, here’s where to drink in Midtown.Right in the heart of Times Square at the bottom of the Edison Hotel, this is a classic spot redone by the people behind the Tribeca cocktail bar Ward III.
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Along with the extensive selection of wine and beautifully prepared cheese plates, S’mores are offered tableside at this European wine bar and café complete with candlelit tables. To conclude your evening, pedal over to Baldwin Park whose history includes a wife’s double-dealing and forging of wills, her husband’s murder and the founding of Rice University.
They share a patio with Luigi’s Pizzeria (famous for their white pizza).
Cross the street to Houston’s oldest bar, Leon’s Lounge and you’ll find hidden alleyway seating and vinyl on the turntable. Enjoy their groundbreaking performances and follow it up with dancing at the Continental Club (after 10pm) and Alley Kat for a nightcap.
This nationally recognized gallery is small but worth exploring. Jump on the METRORail at Ensemble HCC northbound and get off at the Mc Gowen Northbound station. The “Midnight Special” pretzel with cheese, chili and bacon will go well with anything you’re drinking. Midtown’s Art & Theatre Center Houston, or MATCH is two blocks away.