The Irish Rogue Pub & Restaurant is located at 356 W 44th St between 8th and 9th. The sidewalks are filled with tourists and locals enjoying the music and food. After all, this is really all about the drinking, isn’t it?
The Emerald Isle, as it’s called, is the ideal getaway for many different kinds of people. Ireland is filled with music, adventure, fun and romance. And it’s only a plane ride away!
The Power and Light District is a great place to explore and see the city. The streets are clean and well lit with beautiful lights. The sidewalks are filled with tourists and locals enjoying the music and food. Police patrol the area keeping it safe for tourists. After the concerts, places like Indie, a contemporary lounge, fill quickly with thirsty customers. The Power and Light District has special festival laws, which very few places in the United States have. Festival laws allow patrons to carry their drinks from place to place and have them on the streets within the district.
There is also many other pizzeria’s around town that are very good also. In St Lucie West you have Big Apple Pizza and Little Italy and they are both very good. There is also a Big Apple Pizza in East Port Plaza off US1.
The Greene Turtle – 7:35 PM – As the Greene Turtle is not one of my favorite places in Baltimore, I chose to wait until they moved on from here before joining in. A little more of a college (or slightly post-college) scene, I always feel a bit old hanging out with all the 22-year-olds in here. Besides, I gave up on bar fights ages ago. Still, I was briefly tempted by the prospect of $4.50 orange crushes, and the specials on Killian’s and Blue Moon. Somehow I managed to stay away.
Slainte is a SF-based yoga bag company that breaks with convention. The trouble with most yoga mat bags is that they only hold a mat–Slainte bags provide more (stylish) capacity so the yogini can carry her mat, water, and dry clothes, too, making her load compact. Lucky for the shopper, though, Slainte sells both. Get mat bags on Etsy, or check out the variety at Sliante.
Cleveland Aquarium – Fish Days of Summer: The GCA will be celebrating FISH every weekend all summer long. The entire family will grow to love these cold-blooded cuties through activities that highlight fish in art, music, drama, literature and more.
Another great feature of Atlantic City is the boardwalk. You can stroll up and down in the sunshine each day. You can pick up an inexpensive coffee or breakfast and sit on a bench in the morning. Or head out in the evening for an ice cream cone. It’s so pleasant to walk beside the ocean.
When in Houston, there is a happy hour every day of the week. The hardest decision to make will be deciding which establishment to visit. A few decisions along the way will help you decide which one is your favorite, such as the type of appetizers you may want, be it Mexican or even Indian or the special pricing of the drinks served at each establishment. The type of bar you are looking to spend your time and money in is also a consideration to take into account. Whatever you decide, surely there is an establishment that will please you at happy hour while in Houston.