Houston's Hottest Sunday Funday Spots

Houston's Hottest Sunday Funday Spots

Get any week off to a great start with this guide to Sunday Funday. Grab your squad and get to it!


Clé  Summer Sessions 

Clé Day/Night Club has redefined Houston’s nightlife. The luxurious and sophisticated atmosphere Clé features three distinctive and uniquely elegant bars that transition patrons into five different indoor and outdoor lounge areas. The Clé day pool is unlike anything Houston has ever seen before complete with an outdoor bar, daybeds, lounges, private VIP cabanas and an open air party-deck. Grab your swim trunks and bikinis for Sunday Summer Sessions @ Clé

 

Wooster’s garden

This totally chill craft cocktail and beer garden is rocking 49 brews on tap. It also comes fully loaded with an incredible lineup of fancified cocktails featuring touches like fresh-squeezed juices, infusions of fruit smoked with wood chips from repurposed whiskey barrels. The barkeeps pull out all the stops here, with showy concoctions that range from the bittersweet and robust to the tropical and Tiki.


Irish Cowboy

Ireland meets Hill Country at this Midtown pub and beer garden pairing house-smoked barbecue with Irish and Texas beers from 80 taps. The lively space includes indoor and outdoor seating, Texas-themed murals from a local artist, a live music program and pet days on the patio. 

 

 Rosemont Houston     

This upscale cocktail lounge is right in the heart of the neighborhood that inspires its name, a play on the word Montrose. The two-story structure features an intimate downstairs bar and finely crafted cocktails, while the large upstairs terrace includes plush, tent-covered private cabanas where patrons can splurge on bottle service. Sunday funday brunch with DJ lettuce prey and guests.

 

The Dogwood

Midtown is the place to be with new venues and constant openings but The Dogwood has been keeping party goershappy for years with its casual vibe and multiple-levels of wrap-around decking with great views of Midtown on the top level. It’s also a great spot for brunch with everything from migas to stuff French toast to soothe your hangover from the night before.

 

 ½ Off Sundays @ 3rd Floor  

For a bird’s-eye view of Downtown Houston, head to Midtown’s 3rd Floor bar. Guests take an elevator ride to the upper-level venue, where they find floor-to-ceiling windows offering patrons skyline views, along with an open floor plan and dual balconies. 
On the menu, 3rd Floor serves up 50 American beers on tap, 50 American wines by the glass, eight batch-crafted draft cocktails, as well as a unique snacks and sweets menu.

 

                   Axelrad Beer Garden               

There are 31 beers on tap, plus packaged brews and wine, at this Midtown watering hole in a historic venue with an expansive garden patio. Food trucks and Luigi’s pizza next door supply the eats.

 

Capital Bar 

On breezy Houston Sundays, it's hard to beat a seat at Capitol Bar Midtown. The open-air patio bar offers locals expansive outdoor seating along with cabana-style banquettes, live music, games and a steady stream of food truck fare.

 

Sterling House 

Sundance introduces its 1st Sunday Daytime Weekly! Enjoy a delicious brunch, thirst-quenching craft cocktails & some bangin' House Music on the patio with a beautiful view! Sterling House Sundays Start This Sunday, April 30th from 12-7pm!

 

La Grange

La Grange features coastal Mexican flavors with an expansive outdoor patio. The restaurant and bar is located in a former horse hospital from the 1930s that later became EJ’s, a popular bar from 1974-2014. With lush tropical foliage as its centerpiece, La Grange added three distinct bars – one inside, a terrace location, and one on an expansive open-air patio. Sit under festive globe lights and sip their already famous Watermelon Fresca with a whole fried tilapia or stacked shrimp enchiladas. Start things off with homemade ceviche, campechana, salmon aquachile, or BBQ oysters. Try La Grange’s brunch menu Saturday and Sunday 11 am – 3 pm.

 

The Davenport

This Richmond Avenue lounge has been a fixture of the old Sandman building for years, with its cozy interior and mid-century furniture providing a warm and welcoming environment. This is a go-to spot for martinis, with a specialty menu boasting nearly 50 different variations on the beloved drink and a lengthy list of vodkas. But that’s not the only spirit in good supply here, as The Davenport has a hearty Scotch collection that stretches the length of the bar. This combination of fruity vodka concoctions and intriguing whiskeys provides a yin-and-yang balance to the dim room and its often contemporary soundtrack. On a Sunday night it’s a pleasant place to tuck away for a few rounds, but the small space crowds quickly.

 

 Belle Station 

Midtown’s bustling West Gray area, between Bagby and Wilson Streets, welcomed Belle Station to the neighborhood in late 2016. The restaurant and bar features a breezy patio and open concept interior that draws locals with good food and plenty of southern charm. 

Venture past the expansive front patio, where a couple of oversized TVs offer sports appeal, to Belle’s eclectic interior which offers seating, bottle service and dance floor space. On the menu, the fried green tomatoes, wings and croquettes are popular sharable options, while hearty chicken fried chicken, gumbo, burgers and steaks round out Belle Station’s other entrees.
 

 Atlas Pub

With multiple seating areas—from the rooftop patio and 2nd-floor bar to the lower lounge and front patio—Atlas Pub packs locals in for Sunday Funday on Washington Ave. More than 30 beers on draft and a dozen bottled options pair perfectly with a menu that promises options like Korean tacos, fish n chips and short rib house burgers.

 

Lincoln Bar

This place has all the fixings for a great Sunday funday. Lots of plush outdoor seating and foliage, drink specials, crawfish, games on deck, drink & food specials, and more.

The Flat 

Hidden away in Montrose, near the intersection of Waugh and West Gray, The Flat is a much-loved neighborhood lounge that’s popular with the inner-loop’s laid-back, alternative crowd.

 Set in a converted, retro-cool house, The Flat draws a diverse mix that come to hear the DJ spin house to hip hop music, sip on the lounge’s famous frozen Mojitos and kick back with friends.

 

Bar Boheme 

The unpretentious, laid-back spot is popular with nearby residents and the post-college crowd that come for happy hour specials, free WiFi and live jazz music.

The cozy space—a refurbished, historical building—features exposed brick walls, restored steel-frame windows and light fixtures Holleman imported from Europe. There’s also a sleek wraparound bar, couches, a funky wine bottle chandelier and artwork by local rising-star artists. Outside, ample patio spaces give guests a welcoming place to relax on nice evenings. Stop by for wallet-friendly frozen mojitos, house-made sangria and light bites.

What are your favorite Sunday Funday spots in Houston?

 






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