Last Concert Cafe
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A few blocks north of Downtown’s skyscrapers, across the winding Buffalo Bayou, you’ll find the small Warehouse District neighborhood that has seen its share of studios, galleries, and nationally-recognized restaurants. Last Concert Cafe has outlived them all.
Open since 1949 as a Tex-Mex restaurant by Elena “Mama” Lopez, the pastel dining room features tables that sprawl from its modest entryway into a partially covered patio and backyard that features a stage for live music.
An authentically Houston icon, Last Concert Cafe is home to an eclectic mix of homegrown people and exudes a down-to-Earth vibe that translates to their concert experiences.
Picnic tables and other seating under canopies and outstretched trees help to keep patrons cool in the warmer months, while a small patch of sand serves as a unique dance floor to let loose while local bands and earnest musicians grace the stage.
Free parking is available on-site behind the Last Concert Cafe stage and other surface lots are available in the area, though they may charge fees. Street parking is free after 6pm.
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