Don’t be dismayed when you find the front door locked. Knock twice on the big red door to gain entry into this hidden gem that once served as a Warehouse District-based bordello.
These days, the venue serves up a welcome mix of Tex-Mex fare and live music. Dine inside or snag a seat on the garden-like patio. Hear some of Houston’s most popular bands on the outdoor stage and enjoy this little slice of historic H-Town surrounded by eclectic art studios just steps from I-10.
Last Concert Cafe’s kitchen keeps it coming until midnight Friday and Saturday night, while the bar and concerts keep rocking until 2 a.m.
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