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Pedal Saloon’s Houston Bar Crawl Guide

Midtown Houston bar highlights

Houston is a pretty special city with plenty to offer visitors. As the fourth highest populated city in the US, after Chicago and above Phoenix, Houston is definitely a city worth visiting the next time you head into Texas. But perhaps you’re already convinced by Houston and you’re coming to see us soon! If so, you’re probably trying to plan your trip. We’d love to welcome you on our hugely popular Houston Bike Bar tour, so we’d like to tell you a little more about it, and about the other amazing Midtown Houston bars you’ll find along the way! If this blog inspires you and you’d like to plan your own bike bar crawl in Houston, book now to avoid disappointment.

Our Houston Bike Bar Start Times

Our Houston bike bars set off from behind Dog House Tavern at set times of the day: 10.00am, 12.00pm, 2.30pm, 5pm, and 7.30pm. The whole experience lasts around 2 hours and you’ll tour past many of the best bars in Midtown Houston while getting a look at many of our beautiful city’s best streets and avenues! You obviously won’t have time to wet your whistle in every bar you pass on your pedal saloon, but you will be able to pick and choose which ones you visit. If you’re quick in each bar — only having a small drink — you could potentially visit 3 during your 2-hour tour, with 1 bar before you start and 1 at the end.

Which Bars to Visit on Your Houston Pedal Party?

Now that you know when and where to find us, you just need to decide which Midtown Houston bars you want to check out the most. Houston has no shortage of great watering holes and we want to highlight some of the best ones you’ll find throughout your tour with us!

The Dogwood

Image of the building of the Dogwood Bar in Houston
The Dogwood (fair use)

The Dogwood is on 2403 Bagby St. right near where we start off (or finish) our tour, so you might like to check it out before (or after) you meet your driver and begin your bike bar extravaganza. The Dogwood is a fantastic bar with style and character. The open spaces combine with the wood and stone décor to create a fantastic fusion of modern and traditional styles. What really makes the Dogwood stand out, however, is the amazing rooftop bar!

Little Woodrow’s

There are Little Woodrow’s throughout Texas, but each bar has its own flavor. One thing they all have in common, however, is a great atmosphere. The Midtown Houston Little Woodrow’s is on 2306 Brazos St and it’s a great place to have fun and meet new people. Most notably, on Thursdays at 9, 10, and 11pm, they have turtle racing… What more do we need to say? The starting time for the turtle racing means you may like to come back to Little Woodrow’s after your pedal party is over.

77 Degrees

Image from the outside of the bar 77 degrees in Houston
77 Degrees, Houston (fair use)

77 Degrees is a rooftop bar on 2416 Brazos St, making it a great bar to either start or end your pedal party with. This is one of the most stylish cocktail bars in all of Houston, and the 3-level building looks incredible. You can decide whether you want to chill out on the roof or on one of the other two swanky floors. With a tasty assortment of bar food (tacos, chips & dip, etc), and a delicious range of speciality cocktails, 77 Degrees makes for a great start or end to your Houston bike bar tour!

Pub Fiction

Pub Fiction is on the edge of Midtown, just next to Downtown Houston. With an extensive range of local Texas draft beer, Pub Fiction is perfect for beer lovers. It also has a great cocktail list — with some cocktails even being served on tap. Pub Fiction has brilliant décor based on the urban taverns found in Chicago and NYC, with wood-panelled walls and great big wooden benches. Despite all the wood, the overall aesthetic feels contemporary and there’s a great atmosphere in the bar, whenever you go!

Daisy Dukes

Daisy Dukes calls itself a ‘modern country bar’ and that’s just about the best description possible! If you’re coming to Texas for a fix of country culture, then Daisy Dukes is a no brainer. With regular live bands, a great atmosphere, and plenty of dancing, the only problem with Daisy Dukes is that it might be hard for you to leave so that you can cycle (or crawl) to your next destination!

That’s all the time we have for this blog, but it is nowhere near all the bars you’ll potentially see on your Houston pedal party bar crawl. We can’t offer an exhaustive bar list because Midtown Houston really is just a fantastic place to party. However, we hope we’ve given you a few places to add to your list. If you have any questions about our bike bars or about arranging your own Houston pedal party, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

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