Comfort Inn Hwy. 290/NW
7887 West Tidwell Road
Houston, TX 77040
Phone: (713) 690-1493
Fax: (713) 895-8674
7887 West Tidwell Road, Houston, TX, US, 77040
- Phone: (713) 690-1493
- Fax: (713) 895-8674
This exclusive gentleman's restaurant and sports bar is one of Houston's grandest. The exciting and pleasurable atmosphere features beautiful hostesses and entertainers, along with exquisite food and drink. The finest cigars are also available to further enhance the experience. If you are a sports fan, sit in the bar and take in the game on a big-screen TV.
If you want a change from the Richmond club district, this upscale gentlemen's club is Houston's newest attraction. The entertainment here at Paradise Restaurant & Bar features beautiful ladies who provide the perfect complement to fine food and elegant surroundings. Pricing is competitive and an even broader array of elegant dining options are in the works for your future dining pleasure. It is the place to enjoy a fresh, new scene that will keep you coming back for more.
Drink Houston is one of the hottest places in town. This place is divided into four sections and has a lot of place to dance and enjoy your drinks. The best part of the club is that the drinks they offer are quite reasonable as compared to other places in town. This nightclub also hosts a lot of great events and DJs.
It's concerts all the way at The Showgrounds. Renowned musicians from all over the world continue to grace the stage of this immensely popular entertainment venue. With leading restaurants, food joints and hotels located at a hands length from here, The Showgrounds is a convenient venue. What's most fascinating about this place, is its outdoor venue and its location within the verdant Sam Houston Race Park. Check out for upcoming concerts by some of the biggest names in the music industry.
Houston's improvisational comedy troupe chose its name because of the fun, aggressive and competitive format. Comedians split up into two teams and act out scenes according to suggestions from the audience. The audience awards points to each team according to their performance. The troupe also books corporate and private events. It is a great way for anyone to unwind after a hard week. A non-alcoholic beverage bar is available.
This extremely popular country and Western club features a full-service liquor bar and a huge dance floor. Live music gets the people on the dance floor every Friday and Saturday with the sounds of Steppin' Out Band and Canyon Road. Saddle up and come on in for a foot-stomping good time. Thursday night is Steak Night and if there then simply order a beautiful rib-eye with a big baked potato and beans for a very modest price. It doesn't get any better than this!
Come dressed to impress at this sleek Uptown Park nightclub and bar. The vibe at Belvedere personifies the cosmopolitan blend of culture and fashion. Designed to exude an elusive feel, old-worldly stucco architectural charm shares space with the modern gleaming beauty of aluminum and chrome. Happening DJs spin an eclectic mix and get the crowd grooving until the wee hours of the morning. Weekly salsa is a popular favorite. The lounge draws in the rich and the famous, and is a great place to experience Houston's buzzing night scene.
Rhythm and blues fans on the West Side know all about this eccentric little pub. The decor is relatively simple and the origin of the name is an unsolved mystery, but the bands that play here are always worth a listen. No one will mind if you feel the urge to let your feet do the talking, but dancing typically takes a back seat to simple enjoyment of the music and good, friendly conversation. The pub is open daily and has a solid following in the 20-to-40 age group. Live bands typically play every night except Mondays. A small cover charge may apply for some bands, but admission is often free.
Located just east of the popular Galleria shopping district in the St. Regis Hotel is the Remington Restaurant. Although the restaurant has had many owners and chefs, Tony Joseph, the current executive chef, is trying to re-establish the Remington Restaurant as a premier hotel restaurant. Patrons now rave about the service, atmosphere and cuisine. Only valet parking is allowed. The decor is upscale with mahogany walls and large, abstract oil paintings adorning the walls. The dining booths are large and comfortable. The atmosphere is casual; however, patrons are advised to dress appropriately.
Wear comfortable shoes and light clothing when you visit this casual Heights nightclub, because it will not be long before you hit the dance floor. Everything from blues to psychedelic rock is featured at Dan Electro's Guitar Bar, and on Thursday nights customers are treated to a jam session with some of Houston's favorite musicians. The interior's funky but fun, and there is a back patio area where you can cool off. Dan Electro's serves only beer and wine, but if you bring your own bottle, they will provide the set-ups.
While some nightclubs seem to attract a niche crowd, Club Ei8ht is known for attracting a decidedly diverse mix of folks. The dance floor is a bit on the small side, so prepare to get up close and personal with anyone in your near vicinity — making friends has never been so easy! DJs play mostly top 40, with a few oldies sprinkled in here or there. If you need a breath of fresh air, head to the outdoor patio and veg out in front of the TV — the dance floor will be awaiting your return.
Remember that infamous John Travolta disco dance in Saturday Night Fever? He certainly seemed to set the standard for the times. These days you might not run into another Travolta on Roxy's dance floor, but you might end up feeling the same moves taking over your body. All you have to do is join the crowd for an evening of nostalgic bliss, complete with a large disco ball, smoke machines and strobe lights. Large-screen televisions on the wall feature changing shots of the dancers.