The Pastry War, a piece of Old World Mexico, located near Market Square and the Historic District, at 310 Main Street, in Houston.
This bar was named after a five-month conflict between France and Mexico, in 1838. The space fronting Main Street is divided into three parts: a closed front patio, the bar area with booth seating and table, and rear room decorated with colored lights.
The menu features a full bar of the best agave spirit selection and margaritas Houston has to offer. Also, there are other Mexican long-necks and shaken-up concoctions to round out the drink menu. A food menu posted to The Pastry War’s website mostly offers different kinds of tamales – chicken or pork with salsa, along with queso, chips and peanuts.
The Pastry War was ranked №8 in Top 10 Best Bars in the Country, according to Garden & Gun, and included in Top 100 Best Bars in the South.
Stay tuned for more exciting announcements about other popular Mexico bars in Houston.
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