Get in the Halloween spirit for the 10th annual Montrose Crawl

Photo courtesy of the Montrose Crawl

Grab your Halloween costume and join in with the 10th annual Montrose Crawl, visiting 12 great Montrose bars and restaurants for drink specials and multiple costume contests on Saturday, October 29, 2016.

This popular costumed pub crawl takes you to more than ten Montrose mainstays, including Poison Girl, Pistolero’s, the Free Press Graveyard, Boondocks, Stone’s Throw, Etro Lounge, Catbirds, f/k/a Royal Oak, Doc’s Motorworks, Slick Willie’s, El Real Tex-Mex, and Hay Merchant, with special appearances by the Burger Joint, the Golden Grill, and Koagie Hots.

As always, there’ll be no covers and no tickets, plus live DJs spinning all night long. Prizes will be awarded for the best outfits at each stop, with a grand costume prize awarded by this year’s honorary Grand Crawler, State Representative Sarah Davis.

How it Works

The crawl is free for all to join but of course, your drink tabs will be your own. We recommend bringing cash instead of opening up a slew of tabs.

A portion of drink sales during the Crawl will be donated to the Houston Area Women’s Center, one of Montrose’s most important aid organizations. Click here for more route information.

Stops on the Crawl

  • 6pm to 8pm – Poison Girl, Pistolero’s, and the Free Press Graveyard, with best costume awards at 7pm.
  • 8pm to 10pm – Boondocks, Stone’s Throw, Etro Lounge, and Catbirds, with best costume awards at 9pm.
  • 10pm to Midnight – f/k/a Royal Oak, Doc’s Motorworks, Slick Willie’s, Hay Merchant, and El Real Tex-Mex from, with best costume awards at 11, and the grand prize award at midnight at Slick Willie’s.

10th Annual Montrose Crawl 2016

Previous articleScore a free Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich delivered to you by Favor
Next articleCreate family memories while supporting your neighbors at the TXU Energy Houston Turkey Trot
Cody Swann
Cody Swann is a writer and musician born and raised in Houston. When he isn't recording or touring the country with his band, Wild Moccasins, he can be found covering live music and arts events for 365 Things to Do in Houston.