Each drink you get earns you a vote for that month’s winning charity. Sitting pretty next to the Shepherd School of Music at Rice U, James Turrell’s "Twilight Epiphany" Skyspace rocks LED light sequences at sunrise and sunset (but who are we kidding, you’re going to the sunset showing).
Houston Axe Throwing offers a limited number of hour-and-a-half ax-throwing sessions for a person, including 30 minutes of lessons and practice and another hour of ax-throwing games. The trippy shows are 100% free, but you’ll have to make reservations first.
Just play it cool after you get whomped in Local cheesemongers, Houston Dairymaids, offer free cheese tastings whenever they are open, which taste even better when paired with the free booze tastings offered on Saturdays.
Pick out a few varieties then head to Buffalo Bayou park for a picnic under the skyline.
Downtown Not only is this Main St bar’s dimly lit, brick-walled interior a thing of beauty, but its mission is too.
All proceeds go to a different local charitable organization each month.
This brand new honky-tonk lights up with live musical acts -- from country and bluegrass to Zydeco and Americana -- on Thursday through Saturday.
Even if your two-step doesn’t impress your date, a little late night bourbon and a loaded cheesesteak taco will.
Dress in the decade’s finest and break out those old-school moves your funky cousin Tevin taught you.Dating in Houston can be great, especially during the winter.