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Thursday, November 15, 2012

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Upcoming Events in Houston

Thursday


Davenport's 
2117 Richmond Ave.
Houston, Texas 77098
Martini Bar $10-$12 drinks

Belvedere (Latin Night)
1131 Uptown Park Blvd. #1
Houston, Texas 77056
Free Entry

OST Lounge (Karaoke)
6556 Peerless
Houston, Tx 77021
Free Entry
Casual Attire

Maxwell's
9255 S. Main Street
Houston, Texas 77025
6pm-until
$4 you call it's 9-11pm

L.A.X. Houston
2329 F.M. 1960 
Houston, Texas 77090
$10 Entry
Dress Code Enforced
$5 Premiums
$20 Bottles of Moscato

Echelon
14520 Memorial Drive
Houston, Texas 77079
Diva's Night Out
Free Entry for Ladies
$3 & $5 Drink Specials

D Bar
4409 Dowling Street
Houston, Texas 77004
Free Entry

*For those who are staying in*
Invite the object of your affection over
pop open a bottle of wine, turn on some slow jams, and at 9pm cst tune in to Scandal
starring the beautiful and not to mention talented Ms. Kerri Washington on ABC! 


Friday 


TV Johnny Birthday Bash
Bayou Place
534 Texas Ave.
Houston, Texas 77002
Free Entry Before 11p with RSVP
http://bayoulive.eventbrite.com/
Dress code strictly enforced
For Table Reservations Call
832-512-6515 or 281-515-1550

Birthday Celebration For Bre Princess Of Trill 
Hosted by NFL Player Earl Thomas of Seattle 
Seahawks and Teammates
Love Fridays
Bambou
2540 University Blvd.
Houston, Texas 77005
$4 Grey Goose from 10-11p
Free Entry with RSVP Before 11p
http://fridaysbambou.eventbrite.com/

AFTER PARTY at 
DREAMS
2727 Crossview
Houston, Texas 77063


Hosted By Shawn and Marlon Wayans
Scott's Sky Bar at Houston Pavilions
1201 Fannin at Dallas
Houston, Texas 77002
No cover before 9p with RSVP
http://elevatedfridays.eventbrite.com/

Sugarhill Friday's
Sugarhill
2533 Southmore @ Live Oak
Houston, Texas 77004
Happy Hour 4-8p
$4 Beer/Wine & $6 Premiums


Saturday

Los Magnificos Car Show
Featuring Slim Thug, Z-Ro, Naughty by Nature,
Da Brat, French Montana, Future, Whodini, & More
Houston Reliant Center

Level
412 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77002
Entry $20 
Happy Hour 9-11p
$3 Drink Specials

Exchange Saturday's
M Lounge
16305 Kensington Dr.
Sugar Land, Texas 77479

Car Show After Party
Hosted By Mya & Maliah Michel
Venue
719 Main @ Rusk
Houston, Texas 77002


Concerts

Wiz Khalifah
Friday November 23, 2012
Reliant Arena
1 Reliant Park
Houston, Texas 77054
Tickets $40.44 & $50.71 (with taxes, surcharges, and fees)
Featuring- Juicy J, Lola Monroe, Chevy Woods, Berner, Tuki Carter


Beenie Man
Saturday November 24, 2012
DVybz
6104 Wilcrest Dr.
Houston, Texas 77072
Tickets- 35 at the door
$75 VIP & $100 Skybox VIP
Showtime 11pm

AfterParty
Royal Evolution Preet Pavilion
11040 Southwest Freeway
Houston, Texas 77074


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This is NOT directly related to Dating, but I have been asked about this drug called Molly, it's very popular with the college age group, and unfortunately it's quite popular in high schools.
I would like to share some info on Molly with you all, and take heed, it may be considered "legal" but it can be harmful!

-Courtesy of http://mollydrug.net/?page_id=466


Is Molly illegal?
Yes and no. Molly is legal in New York state and under federal law. But a user can be charged with possession of an imitation controlled substance. A user can also be charged under the Federal Analog Act, which makes illegal any drug that is an analog, or derivative, of a controlled substance. Learn more about Molly legality in Onondaga County.
How do local officials define Molly?
Molly is a mixture of plant fertilizer out of China, New Zealand or Australia, and other types of synthetic drugs that appear to give the same high as ecstasy or MDMA. Learn more about how Onondaga County’s District Attorney’s office defines Molly.
Why is it called Molly?
Nobody knows. Local officials speculate the slang term “sounds cool” to the people who originally created Molly.
Where is Molly found?
Law enforcement officials seize Molly from private residences and local apartments on and near Syracuse University’s campus. Murfreesboro, Tenn., and Marin County, Calif., also cite surges in Molly use during the last year. See where else Molly has been found using our interactive map.
Who uses Molly?
Molly use is popular in Syracuse suburbs, and on and around college campuses. Learn more about why Molly is popular in the suburb and college demographics.
Why do some users consider Molly “safer?”
Molly is sold as pure MDMA, which means unlike ecstasy, it’s not supposed to be cut with any fillers or other drugs. However, there is no sure way to know what is in Molly without a forensic test.
What are Molly bath salts?
In some parts of the country, Molly bath salts are marketed as similar to synthetic marijuana, called “spice” or “K2″. They’re labeled as bath products, but Internet commenters describe the experience of sniffing them as creating effects similar to “legal cocaine” or “legal speed.” Learn more about the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency’s investigation into bath salts, K2 and “legal marijuana”.
What is Molly’s Plant Food?
Molly’s Plant Food is a synthetic hallucinogenic amphetamine marketed as a “plant food” that contains ingredients that produce highs similar to Ecstasy. Molly’s Plant Food is usually purchased at a convenience store. The label warns “not for human consumption”; however it is packaged in a psychedelic colored wrapper and several Internet web sites and chat rooms refer to the product as “legal ecstasy”. The active ingredient is mephedrone, which is not a scheduled (DEA) drug, therefore making it legal.
What is mephedrone?
Mephedrone, as well as ketamine, are designer amphetamine drugs that have been found in tests of Molly.
How will Molly affect me?
Molly affects users in a number of ways. Most significantly, it causes craving and addiction in the brain, but it can also lead to changes in mood, body temperature, etc. Learn more about the diverse effects of Molly.
What will happen if I mix Molly with another drug?
Most of the time, Molly is mixed with another drug. The effects strongly depend on your tolerance, what drug it is mixed with, and how much of each drug is used. Learn more about the difference between mixing Mollywith a stimulant versus a depressant.
How addictive is Molly?
Molly, as a term used to describe pure MDMA, is addictive in the sense that users will experience what is called “tissue dependency.” The body can become dependent on the stimulant effects that the drug provides. This type of dependency is what leads the body to crash after the drug wears off. Users will feel the urge to take another dose in order to get the stimulant effect again.
MDMA is both hallucinogenic and stimulant, but the stimulant properties are most likely to lead to addiction. If Molly is cut with another stimulant, such as cocaine or amphetamine, the addictiveness increases.
Can you overdose on Molly?
Yes. It is rare for a death to be caused entirely by Molly or MDMA, but it is possible to overdose. The typical recreational dose ranges from 80-150 milligrams (200+ mg is considered a heavy dosage). Going beyond that can result in a number of things, most likely vomiting, headaches and dizziness.


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So, you've been STOOD UP?

It's not the end of the world. That kind of stuff may catch you off guard, make you upset, but by all means don't let it get the best of you! There's no need to sit at home and wallow in self pity. Get out there and meet someone GREAT! Meet someone who will make you forget that you were ever stood up in the first place! So now I bet that you're wondering, Where exactly can I go to meet someone GREAT?

Well here's a little list to get you started on your path to finding REAL LOVE! 
(Don't worry there are more places on this list than BARS/CLUBS)!

1. Take on a new hobby, learn a new skill. The Home Depot or Hobby Lobby would be good starting points.

2. Join a wine/book club. I can think of worst things to do than bond over a nice bottle of wine or a good book.

3. Find a local bar and make it your weekly hang out spot.

4. Hang out at your favorite coffee shop on a regular basis, bring your laptop/net book/iPad/Nook, grab a cup of coffee, and just relax. If you see someone who peeks your interest introduce yourself.

5. Join a meetup group.

6. Go to weddings or social events. Accept all invitations it will broaden your social circle and improve your chances of meeting someone special.

7. Go to local fairs and festivals.

8. Go to the mall and hang out near shoe stores, athletic foot wear (ladies)/casual dress wear (men), where the opposite/same sex shops (however you get down)! :)

9. Go to a home improvement store, wear your high heels ladies & men be ready to spark up a conversation with the woman wearing heels.

10. (Ladies) Attend a sporting event with a group of women, that is a sure fire way to generate some interest from the fellas.


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Monday Night Live in HOUSTON

Monday's at Uptown Hookah
5706 Richmond 
Houston, Texas 77056
Free Entry
Reverse Happy Hour 9p-11p
$4 Drinks/Free Wings

Go Hustler Monday's
Dreams of Houston
2727 Crossview 
Houston, Texas 77063
@9pm

Carrington's Billiard's
9585 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77025
Free Entry
Drink Specials


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Brunch with your "Boo" or "Bae"!

Brunch Houston Style! What better way to enjoy a Mimosa, Eggs Benedict, or Stuffed Pancakes than with the one you adore? Most restaurants offer weekend Brunches, others may offer Brunch throughout the week! Here are a few of my suggestions for you to check out! 

1. Brenner's On The Bayou
      One Birdsall Street
      Houston, Texas 77007
      713-868-4444

2. Backstreet Cafe'
    1103 S. Shepherd Drive
      Houston, Texas 77019
      713-521-2239

3. Mia Bella
      320 Main Street
      Houston, Texas 77002
      713-237-0505

      1201 San Jacinto
      Houston, Texas 77002
      832-319-6675

      110 Vintage Park Blvd.
      Houston, Texas 77070
      281-251-8930

4. Empire Cafe'
    1732 Westheimer Rd.
      Houston, Texas 77098
      713-528-5282

5. The Chelsea Grill
    4621 Montrose Blvd.
      Houston, Texas 77006
      713-942-9857

6. Farrago World Cuisine
    318 Gray Street
      Houston, Texas 77002
      713-523-6404
   
   


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LOOKING FOR SOMETHING INTERESTING TO DO?

Check out your local Farmer's Market, what better way to get to know your new sweetheart, or get reacquainted with your mate than taking a stroll around the Farmer's Market all while shopping for fresh produce, sitting down for a meal, and shopping for candles or other handmade goods?

Here is a schedule of when the Farmer's Markets are open and ready to do business with YOU! 
Courtesy of: http://www.29-95.com/restaurants/story/time-meet-your-maker-houstons-best-farmers-markets


TUESDAYS
Rice University Farmers Market 
when: 3:30-7 p.m.
where: Rice University, Visitors West Lot, 2100 University
who's there: More than 30 vendors showcasing everything from organic dog biscuits and gluten-free cakes to infused vinegars and heat-and-serve Indian dishes. This is a very popular market and a boon to those with busy weekends, a time when most other markets take place.
WEDNESDAYS
City Hall Farmers Market
when: 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
where: City Hall, 901 Bagby. (Garage parking available at 400 Rusk.)
who's there: Two dozen vendors offering prepared foods and produce, as well as cooking demonstrations by local chefs. This very recent addition to the FM scene already is attracting a loyal following thanks to plentiful lunch-ready fare and the picnic-friendly grounds of City Hall. tip: arrive early and head straight to Melange Creperie, where Sean Carroll is making savory and sweet crepes. They’re worth the wait and easy to consume as you check out the rest of the market. Trust us.
Spring Branch Farmers Market
when: 2:30-6:30 p.m.
where: Southeast corner of the intersection of Wirt Road and Westview Drive
who's there: A small but sweet market with vendors offering artisan breads and cheeses, organic pet treats, ready-made meals and more. The plentiful, adjacent parking makes popping into this market for a loaf of freshly baked bread or some free-range eggs quick and easy.


Baby bok choy: Photo by R. Clayton McKeeBaby bok choy: Photo by R. Clayton McKee
THURSDAYS
Kingwood Farmers Market
when: 3-7 p.m.
where: Town Center Park, 8 N. Main, Kingwood
who's there: Nearly two dozen vendors offering local fruit and produce, cheeses, flowers, jellies and jams. There’s live music, and a park setting lends itself to picnicking.
Sugar Land Town Square Farmers Market
when: 4-7 p.m.
where: Sugar Land Town Square, 2711 Town Center Blvd., Sugar Land
who's there: This is one of the region's newest farmers market. Organized by Urban Harvest, it draws a good mix of local farmers and vendors.
FRIDAYS
HCC Southwest Farmers Market
when: 3-7 p.m.
where: HCC Southwest campus, 5601 West Loop South Freeway
who's there: The usual suspects as this is organized by Urban Harvest.
SATURDAYS
Urban Harvest Farmers Market 
when: 8 a.m.-noon
where: Parking lot behind 3000 Richmond at Eastside
who's there: This is the granddaddy of Houston farmers markets, with more than 50 farmers and vendors selling everything from freshly harvested produce and artisan breads to grass-fed beef and emu eggs. This market gets a lot of regulars who are on a first-name basis with the vendors. Most markets feature live music, too. Parking is sometimes a hassle, but it’s worth the effort.
Eco-Farmers Market
when: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. every Saturday through November.
where: CityCentre, 800 Town and Country Blvd.
who's there: Vendors of locally grown produce, fresh flowers, meats and cheeses, and fresh baked goods.
Pearland Old Townsite Farmers Market
when: 8 a.m.-noon. every second and fourth Saturday
where: Zylinski Park, 2243 Grand Blvd. in Pearland
who's there: Vendors selling fresh eggs, grass-fed beef and smoked sausages, as well as arts and crafts.
Julie Hammond, owner of Hammond Farm, serves samples of her peach goat cheese at the Kingwood Farmers Market.: Photo by Jerry BakerJulie Hammond, owner of Hammond Farm, serves samples of her peach goat cheese at the Kingwood Farmers Market.: Photo by Jerry BakerGrogan’s Mill Village Farmers Market
when: 8 a.m.-noon, Oct. 2-Dec. 10
where: Grogan’s Mill Center, 7 Switchbud Place in The Woodlands
who's there: More than 20 vendors offering baked good, artisin cheeses, fresh fruit and vegetables and handmade crafts. Live music, too.
Farmers Market at LaCenterra
when: 8 a.m.-noon.; hours change to 9 a.m.-1 p.m. beginning Nov. 12
where: LaCenterra, 23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd. in Katy
who's there: Dozens of vendors offering everything from fresh produce and raw honey to soy candles and scones.
Farmers Market at Imperial
when: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Oct. 1-Dec. 10
where: 198 Kempner, Sugar Land
who's there: Names familiar to farmers market-prowling foodies, including Angela’s Oven, Sinfull Bakery and Georgia’s Grass Fed Beef. Also on hand: jewelry artists, a potter and Berryhill Baja Grill (serving breakfast tacos!).


Don Lie of Debbie Garden bags produce at the farmers market at La Centerra.: Nick de la Torre : 29-95Don Lie of Debbie Garden bags produce at the farmers market at La Centerra.: Nick de la Torre : 29-95


Farmers Market at Clear Lake Shores
when: 8 a.m.-noon
where: 1020 Marina Bay Drive in Clear Lake
who's there: More than two dozen vendors sell everything from homemade cheesecakes and barbecue to pasta and hand-pressed Texas olive oil.
Tomball Farmers Market
when: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. every Saturday April through July and during the fall season
where: Corner of Main Street (FM 2920) and Cherry Street in downtown Tomball
who's there: Olivero Farms, Mittelstadt Farms and more.
Kemah Farmers & Open Air Market
when: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
where: 204 FM 2094 at Highway 146
who's there: Well, if the name didn’t give it away, this market is a mixed bag. You’ll find some fresh produce, and there are always home-baked and jarred goods. There’s also a lot of flea market-type goods. Live entertainment, too.
Feast of Artisans Farmer's Market
when: 8 a.m.-noon (Oct. 1-Dec. 10)
where: 26106 Oak Ridge in Spring
who's there: This new market will include some names familiar to the local FM scene, including Angela's Oven, Lucia's Especialidades Argentina and Sugar Hill Farm.
SUNDAYS
Highland Village Farmers Market
when: 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
where: Parking lot behind Highland Village Shopping Center, 2720 Suffolk.
who's there: A dozen or so vendors offering organic produce, free-range meats, fresh seafood and artisanal breads and cheeses. I’m a fan of the scale of this festive market. The covered pavilion encourages grazing on the prepared foods while being serenaded by live performers. Mobile food trucks often show up with snacks and cold drinks.
Magnolia Farmers Market
when: 11 a.m.-3 p.m every second and fourth Sunday
where: Intersection of FM 1488 and FM 1774 in Magnolia
who's there: These are neighbor gatherings with about a dozen farmers and vendors who have their businesses in the same ZIP code. Several of the vendors’ have been threatened by the recent wildfires, which is another good reason to show them some love.
Wild West World Farmer’s Market
when: noon-4 p.m.
where: 5005 FM 359 in Richmond
who's there: Local farmers offering freshly harvest produce, as well as homemade jellies, jams and honey.

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Take your "sweetie" out for a treat! Houston is the home of bakeries that are sure to satisfy even the pickiest sweet tooth! Here are a few that I suggest:

Sweets and Treats

Ruggles Cafe' Bakery
2365 Rice Blvd.
Houston, Texas 77005
713-520-6662

Imperial Farmer's Market in Sugar Land
183 Kempner Street
Sugar Land, Texas 77498
The Farmer's Market at Imperial is held
at Highway 90 at Brooks St.
every Saturday year round from
9am to 1pm rain or shine!

Yong's Bakery
14583 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77035
713-726-9655

Parisian Bakery & Cafe'
9938 Bellaire Blvd.
Houston, Texas 77036
713-808-9778


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What's Going On H-Town

Recommended Lounge
Fedora Lounge
2726 Bissonnet Street
Houston, Texas 77005
832-581-3232
Happy Hour 5pm-8pm
Outdoor Patio
Romantic/Classy/Intimate
Open 4pm-2am


Other Happenings Around Houston

    ****Live****
Waka Flocka Flame Concert
Warehouse Live
813 Saint Emanuel St.
Houston, Texas 77003
Tickets Starting at $27

Slim Thug Book Release Party
The Drake
1902 Washington
Houston, Texas 77007
*Free Admission with purchase of book
$20 Entry
Chic Dress Code

Cancer's Birthday Celebration
Boss Nightclub and Lounge
3403 F.M. 1960 West
Houston, Texas 77090
RSVP for Free Entry Ezzy1@sprint.blackberry.net
Valet Parking Available
Drink Specials All Night

X-Clusive Friday's
Club Secrets
10900 Kingspoint Dr.
Houston, Texas 77075
$10 Entry
Free Entry w/ RSVP Call or Text
281-860-2877 or
http://trendsetterpromotionz.com/signin.html
Open until 5am
Ladies Free All Night in Boy Shorts
21 and Over Only

First Friday's "Grown Folks Business"
Club Curve
410 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77002
$10 Entry
$6 You Call It's All Night
21 & Over Only

Midnite Love Live
Midtown Lounge
2117 Chenevert St.
Houston, Texas 77003
$10 Entry
Happy Hour 4pm-9pm
$4 Premiums

All Nations Friday
Zanzibar
9003 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, Texas 77063
$10 Entry
Happy Hour 6-10pm
$2 Drink Specials on many drinks

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Houston Daily

Monday Nights


Dreams of Houston

2727 Crossview 
Houston, Texas 77063   
Go Hustler Monday's
@9pm

Carrington's

9585 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77025

Sugarhill Lounge

2533 Southmore 
Houston, Texas 77004
Free Entry
Chic Dress Code
Outdoor Patio
Reasonably Priced Drinks

Scott Gertner's

3100 Fountainview 
Houston, Texas 77057
Free Entry
Chic Dress Code
$5 Drink Specials 6p-9p
Reverse Happy Hour 10p-11p

Houston Live Sports Bar

209 Jackson Street
Houston, Texas 77002
Free Entry
Chic Dress Code
$3 Margaritas

Azteca's 

2207 Richmond Ave.
Houston, Texas 77034
$20 Entry
Chic Dress Code

Tuesday Nights

Nox

4701 Nett 
Houston, Texas 77007
Free Entry
Chic Dress Code

Club Bugatti

14700 Kuykendahl
Houston, Texas 77090
$5 Entry
Chic Dress Code

Club Xclusive

10126 Jensen
Houston, Texas 77093
Tipsy Tuesday's
$10 Entry
Dress Code Enforced

Uptown Tappas 

5706 Richmond Ave.
Houston, Texas 
$10 Entry
Dress Code Enforced

Fox Den 3D

9719 Broadway 
Pearland, Texas 77584
Free Entry
Chic Dress Code

Wednesday Nights


The Mac Bar

13105 Veterans Memorial Blvd.
Houston, Texas 77014

The Horn

6025 Richmond Ave.
Houston, Texas 77057
Free Entry
Chic Attire

Coles of Houston

6402 N. Wayside Dr.
Houston, Texas 77028
Free Entry
Chic Attire

Azteca's Margarita Bar & Grill

2207 Richmond Ave.
Houston, Texas 77098
713-526-1702
Happy Hour

Estate Lounge 

2303 Richmond Ave.
Houston, Texas 

Division 1 Sports Bar

13331 Kuykendahl
Houston, Texas 77090
Flirt After Work
$10 Entry 
Casual Attire 

Roxy

5351 W. Alabama Street
Houston, Texas 77056
Turnt Up Wednesday's

The Manor On Washington

4819 Washington 
Houston, Texas 77007

Scott Gertner's 

3100 Fountainview Dr.
Houston, Texas 77057

Carrington's Billiards

9585 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77025

Thursday Nights



Davenport's 
2117 Richmond Ave.
Houston, Texas 77098
Martini Bar $10-$12 drinks

Belvedere (Latin Night)
1131 Uptown Park Blvd. #1
Houston, Texas 77056
Free Entry

OST Lounge (Karaoke)
6556 Peerless
Houston, Tx 77021
Free Entry
Casual Attire

Maxwell's
9255 S. Main Street
Houston, Texas 77025
6pm-until
$4 you call it's 9-11pm

L.A.X. Houston
2329 F.M. 1960 
Houston, Texas 77090
$10 Entry
Dress Code Enforced
$5 Premiums
$20 Bottles of Moscato

Echelon
14520 Memorial Drive
Houston, Texas 77079
Diva's Night Out
Free Entry for Ladies
$3 & $5 Drink Specials

DBar
4409 Dowling Street
Houston, Texas 77004
Free Entry

Friday Nights

Estate Lounge 
2303 Richmond Ave.
Houston, Texas 77056

Carrington's Billiards
9585 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77025

Bambou 
2540 University Blvd.
Houston, Texas 77005 

Uptown Hookah Bar
5706 Richmond 
Houston, Texas 77056
First Friday's 
$10 Entry the patio starting at 8pm

Bayou Place
500 Texas Street
Houston, Texas 77002   

Club Secrets 
10900 Kingspoint Drive
Houston, Texas 77075
XClusive Friday's 
Ladies & Couple Free until 11
Chic Dress Code
Open until 5 am

Club 3rd Coast (Can get a little hood)
921 F.M. 1960 W
Houston, Texas 77090
$10 Entry
One Side Adult Entertainment/Other side regular club
Dress Code Enforced

Isis Houston 
1010 Prairie Street
Houston, Texas 77002
Free Entry for Ladies
$8 for Men
Chic Dress Code
Drink Specials

Heat 
511 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77022
$5 Friday's
Dress Code Strictly Enforced   

                                       

Saturday Nights 

M Lounge
16305 Kinsington Dr. #250
Sugar Land, Texas 77479
$20 Entry
$20 Parking
Dress Code Strictly Enforced

Roxy
5351 W. Alabama St.
Houston, Texas 77056

Carrington's Billard's (Hood Night)
9585 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77025

Red Cat Jazz Cafe'
711 Franklin Street
Houston, Texas 77002
Mon-Sat 9a-12a

Belvedere
1131 Uptown Park Blvd. #1
Houston, Texas 77056

Faces Lounge
5104 Almeda Rd.  
Houston, Texas 77004
Free Entry
(There is also a bar/restaurant across the street)

Dreams Houston
2727 Crossview 
Houston, Texas 77063

Onyx
3113 Bering Dr.
Houston, Texas 
77057

Fetish 
3101 Fountainview 
Houston, Texas 77057

Legend's
6333 Richmond Ave.
Houston, Texas 77057

Harlem Knights
9834 Jensen Dr.
Houston, Texas 77093

Sinfully Young 
8926 I-45 South
Houston, Texas 77051

Foxxy's Cabaret
11112 South Post Oak Rd.
Houston, Texas 77035 

Sunday Nights

Carrington's (Karaoke) 
9585 Main Street
Houston, Texas 77025

Dreams Houston
2727 Crossview 
Houston, Texas 77063

Onyx
3113 Bering Dr.
Houston, Texas 
77057

Fetish 
3101 Fountainview 
Houston, Texas 77057

Legend's
6333 Richmond Ave.
Houston, Texas 77057

Harlem Knights
9834 Jensen Dr.
Houston, Texas 77093


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10 Tips for Dating on a Budget

Dating can be quite costly especially if you haven't met "the one" yet, and you're currently dating several people in hopes of weeding out those who aren't potential mates. So here are a few tips on how to date when your funds aren't exactly how you would like them to be.

1. Make a list of things that you both enjoy doing together, trade lists and work together to plan a date that incorporates as many of the ideas as possible.
2. Volunteer at a homeless shelter, give back to the community.
3. Recreate your first date, or a favorite date from the beginning of your relationship.
3. Dress up for a candlelit dinner at home.
4. Do something adventurous together, (rock climbing, bungee jumping, sky diving, white water rafting, hiking).
5. Pursue a new interest or hobby together.
6. Purchase some sensuous oils and candles and give one another massages.
7.  Go on a picnic, make sandwiches, bring a bottle of wine.
8. Go to an outdoor concert or event, Discovery Green and The Miller Outdoor Theater often offers free outdoor events.
9. Go to a coffee shop or a local park and just sit down and talk, get to know each other all over again or simply get to know each other.
10. There are plenty of places such as Buffalo Wild Wings or a sports bar where you can grab a beer or two, watch a game, and enjoy some quality time with your mate or potential mate.




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Houston Daily 


Thursday's in Houston can be quite exciting! Some of my favorite Thursday night spots are Davenport's, Belvedere, and L.A.X. Houston! Davenport's is a quaint Martini Bar with some very lively drinks! There is no cover charge, the drinks aren't too expensive ($10-$12 each), don't worry you'll only need a couple and you'll be "tipsy". If you do decide to visit, make sure you get there a little early because parking can be problematic, it's not a "big" bar and seating is limited! There is a small roadside patio which offers limited space, if you're into sitting/standing outside. Belvedere is known on Thursday's for having a Latin Night, salsa dancing, beautiful people, a luxurious interior, and ample space outside on their patio. The prices of the drinks are comparable to Davenport's.  L.A.X. Houston is located on the Northside of Houston, there is a $10 entry fee, and the dress code is strictly enforced. L.A.X. has a reverse happy hour therefore some drink specials are offered. These venues are definitely worth your while on a Thursday night!!

Davenport's
2117 Richmond Ave.
Houston, Texas 77098

Belvedere
1131 Uptown Park Drive #1
Houston, Texas 77056

L.A.X. Houston
2329 F.M. 1960
Houston, Texas 77090

If you're not digging the club scene I can definitely recommend a few of my favorite restaurants, Wine/Martini/Piano Bars. The first one that comes to mind is Truluck's because the selection of wine is impeccable, there is a nice selection of fresh seafood, as well as a wide array of desserts. It's a very relaxing atmosphere where you will be sure to fall in love with not only the ambiance of Truluck's but also with the level of service. Also on some nights there's piano music playing softly in the background. Second on my list would have to be Ra Sushi, I'm not a sushi lover at all but this place is so nice, you can't help but to like it. The location is beautiful, the decor is beautiful, the upbeat environment is quite alluring, and the service there is worth mentioning. Ra has a large selection of wines and cocktails (specialty drinks). The Breakfast Klub is on my favorite list because of the way the staff makes you feel like you're family. The home cooking is reminiscent of grandma's house. It is definitely worth checking out. Don't be surprised if there's a long line, sometimes it can be wrapped around the building, but that's just a testament to how good their food is.This is really my Saturday morning place but it's open throughout the week. Last but definitely not least is Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse. If you love melt in your mouth like butter steaks then this is certainly the place for you! I have never had a bad meal over here. Be prepared to truly fall in love with the food, even if your date is bad, the food will not disappoint you.

Truluck's (Reservations are recommended)
5350 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, Texas 77056
713-783-7270

Ra Sushi Bar & Restaurant
3908 Westheimer Blvd.
Houston, Texas 77297

Ra Sushi Bar & Restaurant
12860 Queensbury Ln. #234
Houston, Texas 77024

The Breakfast Klub
3711 Travis Street
Houston, Texas 77002

Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse (Reservations are recommended)
5061 Westheimer Rd. #8060
Houston, Texas 77056
713-355-2600


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Comedy Shows are usually a HIT with couples! Fortunately Houston has a lot to offer in that department!
Whether it's The Improv, Comedy Sportz, The Comedy Showcase, Just Joking Comedy Club, or the many others, Houston definitely has a way to keep you and your date LAUGHING! You can enjoy jokes as well as food and drinks at many of the venues! Check out the link below if you are interested in checking out a local comedy showcase/performance. Some venues also offer discounted tickets!









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Season specific dates are always a good idea. It shows your date that you're actually putting forth a little effort. It also allows your "budding relationship" to have a sturdy foundation on which you can build upon.

Current Season  ****FALL****

Pumpkin Patches are always a fun idea!
My personal experience was at Froberg's Farm, a family owned farm in the Manvel/Alvin vicinity. It was quaint, there was a concession stand (complete with picnic benches), a smokehouse, as well as a grocery store on site. Froberg's has some of the best sausage! They also have deer meat! There is no fee to enter onto the premises.

Froberg's Farm
11875 Old Manvel Rd.
Alvin, Texas 77511
281-585-3531
Hours Monday-Sunday 9a-6p
(Always call to verify Hours of Operations Hours to check their website!)
www.frobergsfarm.com/


Me at Froberg's Farm..
My Pumpkin that I purchased from Froberg's after I carved him! (I'm handy with a knife lol)



******Other Pumpkin Patches in the Houston Metro Area******

TGR Exotics

22115 Sherrod Ln, Spring, TX 77389 281-353-5252
Oct 1 – 31, Sat 10:30am – 5pm, Sun 12pm – 5pm, weekdays 10am – 2pm by appointment only
Come experience a pumpkin patch on the “Wild Side”. Here your family will get to meet camels, kangaroo joeys, piglets and other baby exotic animals on our farm. You can also enjoy tractor-pulled hay rides, camel rides (weekends only) face painting, paint-a-pumpkin, and more. We also have pie pumpkins, a gift shop, concessions / refreshment stand, and a picnic area. We will have a “Meet the Keeper” session weekends to bring out a surprise animal not on display to the public. We will also have daily scheduled activities for the whole family to enjoy.


Dewberry Farm

7705 FM 362, Brookshire, TX 77423 281-934-3276
Sept 24 – Nov 13, Sat  10am – dusk, Sun 12pm – dusk, Columbus Day 10am – 6pm
Pick your pumpkin straight from the field! Every year like clockwork, several different varieties of fresh vine pumpkins grow on sixteen acres of land during the Fall at Dewberry Farm. Enjoy a tractor drawn wagon ride taking you ‘to and fro’ for a farm fresh experience. Choose from big pumpkins for carving or yummy pies — or little teeny ones for holiday decorations. Plan to come out and join us for everyone’s favorite Fall tradition at Dewberry Farm … pumpkin picking! Take a hayride around the farm and then get lost in the great Corn Maze!


Matt Family Orchard

21110 Bauer Hockley Rd, Tomball, TX 77377 281-467-9758
Sat & Sun, call for hours and availability
In October we celebrate our Harvest Festival with the following features: Dressing scarecrows, Happy hayride around 145 wooded acres, Picnic tables seating 200 people, Covered pavilion with fans and lights, Campfire, we provide the wood, Stack of hay for “King of the Hill” game, A nature experience in the country, Educational and fun, Awesome tire swing, Swing set, tetherball and volleyball, Board games, Pumpkin to take home and much more…



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