Clink your craft cocktails at The Cottonmouth Club’s opening weekend in Downtown

Photo courtesy of The Cottonmouth Club

Head over to the brand-spanking new Cottonmouth Club for world class cocktails and private barrel-blended whiskey starting Friday, April 13, 2018.

Situated in the historic Brewster Building on Main Street in Downtown, the highly-anticipated watering hole boasts a come-one-come-all bar atmosphere.

It’s a collaboration between Mike Raymond, Houston’s resident whiskey expert and co-owner of Reserve 101, and nationally noteworthy cocktail and design experts.

Raymond has partnered with cocktail and bar expert Michael Neff, best known for Holiday Cocktail Lounge and Ward III in New York City, plus The Rum House in New Orleans and Baton Rouge.

Preview Party at The Cottonmouth Club | Photo: 365 Houston

Designer Greg Swanson, noted for The Line Hotel and Clifton’s Cafeteria in Los Angeles, crafted the minimalist space inside the classic Downtown building.

Opening its doors to the public at 4pm on Friday, April 13, 2018, The Cottonmouth Club will  welcome visitors daily until 2am for years to come.

Opening Weekend at The Cottonmouth Club


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