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A Montrose hideaway with a subtle old world vibe, Bar Boheme offers an eclectic wine selection, full bar with craft cocktails and beer, and worldly bites. From an intimate date night to a casual outing with close friends, Bar Boheme is the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the evening together. Join us for our Saturday and Sunday Brunch, featuring live DJs and an all-day happy hour on Sunday and Monday. You won’t want to miss our Drag Brunch the second and last Sunday of every month. Come to Bar Boheme and discover Houston’s best bar!
Charm and old-world accents abound at Houston native Morgan Holleman's Montrose-set outpost Boheme. The unpretentious, laid-back spot is popular with nearby residents and a post-college crowd that comes for happy hour specials, free WiFi, and live jazz music, as well as a killer cup of coffee…
This is a great place to unwind and enjoy some good food, great atmosphere and delicious drinks. Conveniently located within walking distance from the property.
One of my absolute faves – day or night. For drinkers looking beyond the usual vodka and whiskey drinks, Boheme is a solid choice.
“Jerry Lasco, founder of MAX’s Wine Dive restaurant moved to Houston from New York City with his wife, Laura, in 2001. After 9/11 Jerry transitioned from airline pilot to full-time restauranteur and opened the first MAX’S location in 2006—naming it after Max, his then three-year-old son. Taking inspiration from Jerry’s favorite NYC hangouts serving gourmet food and wine in unpretentious and comfortable environments, MAX’s was the first restaurant in Houston to serve award-winning comfort food with a curated wine list. Hence the MAX’s mantra was created “FRIED CHICKEN AND CHAMPAGNE?…WHY THE HELL NOT?!”.”
“Walk to this yummy restaurant from the property. Good Spanish cuisine and tasty drinks. Fun and hip atmosphere. ”
“Upscale Japanese fusion restaurant. Come for the happy hour and make sure to reserve a table well in advance!”
“Vast selection of potent craft beers paired with snacks like gumbo & pig ears in a comfy space.”