Sherlock's Pub

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2.03 w/ 1 ratings

Type: Bar, Eatery

1997A West Gray
Houston, Texas, 77019
United States

(713) 521-1881

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Added by BeerAdvocate on 06-28-2005

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2.03/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 2 | quality: 2.5 | service: 2 | selection: 1.5

This is one of those crappy pseudo Irish/American pub chains. I have been to this location, the one on Westheimer, and the one in the Kingwood/Humble area. IMO, all are crap. A couple of bars and tables scattered about. Plenty of TVs and loud music. Dirty and grimy. Some pool tables and other various pub entertainment.

The selection is really bad. The only thing I found good was Sam Adams and Fat Tire. If you are lucky, you might find Saint Arnold (but that is few and far between). Other than that the typical Irish/English macros from Guinness, Bass, and Newcastle. Along with all the other BMC swill. If this is a beer bar, then all the other hole in the wall places need to be listed as well. In fact I would rather go to any of those places over Sherlock's any day. The service is bad, it is always loud, and it is always crowded. Even if I was with a group of friends, I would recommend almost anything else.

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Sherlock's Pub in Houston, TX
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