Whether you’re looking for a good excuse to get out of the house or you’re just eager to show off EaDo’s great watering holes to visiting family, we have the scoop on hours for the following neighborhood favorites around and on Thanksgiving.
Open Thanksgiving Day
Little Woodrow’s EaDo
If you’re looking for a spot to watch the Cowboys, or just get out of the house and turkey stupor, Little Woodrow’s will be open Thanksgiving Day. You can even start the party early on Wednesday with the bar’s “Drinksgiving” specials and Turkey Bowling.
2019 Walker Street
Truck Yard Houston
This family favorite will open a little later than usual on Thanksgiving Day—6 p.m., to be exact—but they’ll be open until 2 a.m., so there’s plenty of time to kick back and decompress post Turkey feast.
2118 Lamar Street
For pre-and post Thanksgiving festivities
The following spots will be closed Thursday, November 22 for the holiday, but will have regular hours the rest of the week.
Family and dog-friendly, the brewery yard can accommodate large groups and offers plenty of space for kids to run around. Plus, the very Houston brewery is great for out-of-town guests.
2202 Dallas Street
Around the Corner
Coffee and pastries by day, and chic cocktails by night. It’s a great cozy spot with a nice skyline view, perfect for the holiday.
1510 Hutchins Street
Chapman and Kirby
Dinner service until 10 p.m. on Wednesday night and regular hours on Friday means you can get out of the kitchen and sip drinks in the wonderfully retro-chic space.
2118 Lamar Street
East End Hardware
Everyone (21+) needs a boozy snow ball, especially Thanksgiving week. If you (or an uncle) prefers classic cocktails instead, they have that too.
3005 Leeland Street
A glass of wine for mom, a beer for dad and a cocktail for the grown-up kids making the most of holiday brunch? Head to this bistro for breakfast and lunch. Regular hours means they’ll close at 3 p.m.
2119 Leeland Street
Whether your family includes urban hunters or not, this built-like-a-lodge interior feels especially nice in the cooler months, when everyone can relax into a pint, watch sports on television, or enjoy a barbecue fix from Buck’s Barbeque.
2024 Rusk Street
The newest Agricole concept offers 25-30 original and classic cocktails, and even has half a dozen zero-proof (non-alcoholic) cocktails for the alcohol abstaining. If you haven’t had your fill of pie, check out the boozy desserts, which include a Tiki Sundae made with coconut rum & cashew gelato, spiced pineapple and demerara rum caramel.
1201 Saint Emanuel Street
The self-described nerd/gamer hangout’s got arcade and game consoles, plus ping pong, comic books—and oh yes, booze—to keep the adults in your group entertained for hours.
2006 Walker Street
Though it’s billed as a “sports bar,” the phrase doesn’t really do justice to the space from former Dynamo player Brian Ching. There are nearly 100 beers on tap and an actual indoor soccer pitch in the repurposed building, which offers plenty of room to spare for immediate and extended family alike, not to mention the gorgeous adjoining patio.
2120 Walker Street
For more information, check out our map of food and drink locations in the district. Happy Thanksgiving!