Jump on your bike and get ready to ride right outside the city for a little bit of fresh air, windshield time and some damn good Texas BBQ. Yep, we’re cruisin’ outside Houston for the latest installment of the Thirsty Biker chronicles, and if you’re looking for some of the best spots to visit, we’ve got ’em! Whether you’re in the mood for live music and karaoke, backyard BBQ or sassy bartenders, we’ve got what you’re looking for on the roads leading to Houston. So, open up that Thirsty Biker app, tap these destinations, and get ready to do the outskirts of Houston on two wheels…
Head on over to Channelview to the Wild Hawgs Saloon for cold beer, live music, karaoke and all the dancing you can handle. No matter if you’re just passing by or you’re here for the long haul, Wild Hawg’s Saloon will keep your thirst quenched and the whole gang entertained with its wild antics and a friendly staff that will have you laughing your whole time here. When you’re ready to move on, take a trip to Billy Ray’s for some good ole Texas BBQ. We also recommend the pizza…and don’t forget the tunes! Billy Ray’s has live music on the regular, so if you’re looking to relax and enjoy a meal with your friends, Billy Ray’s is the place to be.
If you’re looking for a unique spot to take in the Texas sights, there’s nothing quite like 1886 Humble Backyard in Humble, Texas. Cold beer, wine and delicious food greet you in this scenic backyard restaurant with some of the best Bloody Marys in town. Ready to move on to one more top spot? Two Wheels Down is where the party is, featuring the world famous Dirty Hoot’s Girls. If you’re looking for cold drinks and a good time, let the sassy women of Two Wheels Down push you around for a couple of hours.
Ready to get into a good time with your friends? Here’s the route…first, meet at Wild Hawgs Saloon in Channelview for your fill of refreshments and music, then head west on Market Street and then north on Dell Dale Street to Bill Ray’s. Hop on Highway 8 North for a nice cruise that takes you past the Greens Bayou Wetlands Mitigation Park on your way to 1886 Humble Backyard for good eats and cold treats. When you’re ready to move on, head right around the corner to Two Wheels Down before packing it up and heading home.
No matter what you’re looking for on your way to Houston, we’ve got the perfect spots for you. Cold beer, scenic places and Thirsty Biker friends are waiting to be uncovered during your journey, and when you’re ready to leave the bustling city life behind, this trip to Houston is perfect. There’s nothing quite like the wind in your hair and the long dusty road ahead to feel as alive as ever while you’re exploring new roads. So, if you’re down for a trip to Houston, try these top spots for some of the best food, drinks and company you’ll find out west. Stay Thirsty!