Vintage Lounge

★★★★☆

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I love going to VIntage and hanging out with my girls! I enjoy the fact of how different it is from the typical washington crowds. The music is amazing and the staff always makes me feel welcome. They have a huge patio in the back and it

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I love going to VIntage and hanging out with my girls! I enjoy the fact of how different it is from the typical washington crowds. The music is amazing and the staff always makes me feel welcome. They have a huge patio in the back and it

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First impression is a fantastic patio which, in itself, could have made the night. After walking in there was a packed dance floor (which actually had hot girls on it) and a pretty slick bar on the right.

After I thought I had seen it

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★★★★★

First impression is a fantastic patio which, in itself, could have made the night. After walking in there was a packed dance floor (which actually had hot girls on it) and a pretty slick bar on the right.

After I thought I had seen it

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I just moved to town, and although I didn't find Vintage right away, I have now, and I love it. Saturdays are busy, and Fridays even more so. And when I can play hooky from work on wednesday, tuesday nights 2 for 1 is great. See you

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I just moved to town, and although I didn't find Vintage right away, I have now, and I love it. Saturdays are busy, and Fridays even more so. And when I can play hooky from work on wednesday, tuesday nights 2 for 1 is great. See you

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-only during the week, which is a great time to check out the place-i first went during the week and met a lot of the staff so when i showed up Sat night i knew some peeps already. I met some friends up there and had a blast! I've never

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★★★★★

-only during the week, which is a great time to check out the place-i first went during the week and met a lot of the staff so when i showed up Sat night i knew some peeps already. I met some friends up there and had a blast! I've never

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Vintage Lounge is always pretty crowded but that is how I like it. The more the merrier and that is very true for the women. The ladies are hot, the guys are frat, but it makes for a good time.The DJ bumps and the bartenders seems pretty

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★★★★★

Vintage Lounge is always pretty crowded but that is how I like it. The more the merrier and that is very true for the women. The ladies are hot, the guys are frat, but it makes for a good time.The DJ bumps and the bartenders seems pretty

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Vintage is a great place to hang out...period. It has a great party atmosphere on Friday/Saturday. it could also be the most underrated bar in Houston for watching football games. It has several big flat screen t.v.s. Its all about friends and having a good time at Vintage. Its not like other places in Houston that are too stuck up for their own good. Just come through for a good time. I love the ownership and I love the bartenders. Great back patio too.

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★★★★☆

Vintage is a great place to hang out...period. It has a great party atmosphere on Friday/Saturday. it could also be the most underrated bar in Houston for watching football games. It has several big flat screen t.v.s. Its all about friends and having a good time at Vintage. Its not like other places in Houston that are too stuck up for their own good. Just come through for a good time. I love the ownership and I love the bartenders. Great back patio too.

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But last time I checked that was a good thing! And no, I don't always feel like going to a happening spot with lots of people, but when I do, Vintage is a lot of fun. I personally love how you can run a tab, and still keep your card. If I have one (or maybe two) too many, they've got cabs waiting for me, and everyone else. Thanks for a great time Vintage... see you Saturday.

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★★★★★

But last time I checked that was a good thing! And no, I don't always feel like going to a happening spot with lots of people, but when I do, Vintage is a lot of fun. I personally love how you can run a tab, and still keep your card. If I have one (or maybe two) too many, they've got cabs waiting for me, and everyone else. Thanks for a great time Vintage... see you Saturday.

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Regadless of who says what, I am a fan of Vintage, is the place you will fill at home, everybody is friendly and they know me by name, they generous and trying hard to make sure everybody is having a good time, I have never smelled after I leave, maybe the smell is in you, we all have other options to have fun my choice is Vintage for their best service, and healty sournding and no spil of liqure on me in last three years its maybe I am in control and don't bump to the others and blame it on them.

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★★★★★

Regadless of who says what, I am a fan of Vintage, is the place you will fill at home, everybody is friendly and they know me by name, they generous and trying hard to make sure everybody is having a good time, I have never smelled after I leave, maybe the smell is in you, we all have other options to have fun my choice is Vintage for their best service, and healty sournding and no spil of liqure on me in last three years its maybe I am in control and don't bump to the others and blame it on them.

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I am a business owner so I know there will be lovers and haters. Vintage is extremely busy on the weekends because people enjoy going there. Yes it's a young crowd, so if you are not young (21 to 26) then don't go there. Houston has a lot of options for everyone. This place is super fab and this is coming from someone who does not fit the quote "polo shirt beer drinking make out in the corner" demographic.

Try coming to Vintage on a Tuesday if you prefer a more sophisticated older crowd (28 to 40). They either have a DJ or live music and the drinks are buy one get one free all night long...can't beat that!

Regarding the dress code, okay, now you know. If you show up in a T-shirt with a crappy label (Affliction and Ed Hardy) then you will be shut out. Dress code in a Houston team supporting the Texans and Astros is not a crime...it's welcomed here. Be proud. There's nothing wrong with Polo either...again, if you are hating preps, then go somewhere else. There are places for all types somewhere in Houston.

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★★★★★

I am a business owner so I know there will be lovers and haters. Vintage is extremely busy on the weekends because people enjoy going there. Yes it's a young crowd, so if you are not young (21 to 26) then don't go there. Houston has a lot of options for everyone. This place is super fab and this is coming from someone who does not fit the quote "polo shirt beer drinking make out in the corner" demographic.

Try coming to Vintage on a Tuesday if you prefer a more sophisticated older crowd (28 to 40). They either have a DJ or live music and the drinks are buy one get one free all night long...can't beat that!

Regarding the dress code, okay, now you know. If you show up in a T-shirt with a crappy label (Affliction and Ed Hardy) then you will be shut out. Dress code in a Houston team supporting the Texans and Astros is not a crime...it's welcomed here. Be proud. There's nothing wrong with Polo either...again, if you are hating preps, then go somewhere else. There are places for all types somewhere in Houston.

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I'll NEVER go back. First off....there is a HUGE safety issue that MUST be addressed. This place is SO crowded and how it took over 25 minutes of shoving to get out. Worse than leaving the rodeo after a sold out George concert. This place is an old dump and structurally unsafe, its hot, miserable, crowded, smells like sewage, full of horny 23yr olds and singles spilling drinks all over you. And the drinks are about $8. Its no place you want to take a date ever!!!! It was full of young, sloppy drunks who could not handle their liquor...college fraternity party style. Dbags. Oh and the line for the bathroom ...seriously its in a crowded tiny hall and you have to shove your way through that tiny hall to get to the bar/dance floor. I know 30 girls don't have to pee at the same time. Is that powdered sugar on your nose? Seriously peeps...this place sucks. There is nothing positive I can say about it except I did see 3 really hot girls there that night (they must have been lost). I would not reccommend this to ladies if you're having a girls nite unless you want to bathe in sweat, smell sewage all nite, wait in long lines to pee and have sticky drinks spilled on your outfit, shoes and bag. Its such a nasty place.
Overall..the safety issue was the main problem. I felt obligated to report this establishment due to capacity...

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★☆☆☆☆

I'll NEVER go back. First off....there is a HUGE safety issue that MUST be addressed. This place is SO crowded and how it took over 25 minutes of shoving to get out. Worse than leaving the rodeo after a sold out George concert. This place is an old dump and structurally unsafe, its hot, miserable, crowded, smells like sewage, full of horny 23yr olds and singles spilling drinks all over you. And the drinks are about $8. Its no place you want to take a date ever!!!! It was full of young, sloppy drunks who could not handle their liquor...college fraternity party style. Dbags. Oh and the line for the bathroom ...seriously its in a crowded tiny hall and you have to shove your way through that tiny hall to get to the bar/dance floor. I know 30 girls don't have to pee at the same time. Is that powdered sugar on your nose? Seriously peeps...this place sucks. There is nothing positive I can say about it except I did see 3 really hot girls there that night (they must have been lost). I would not reccommend this to ladies if you're having a girls nite unless you want to bathe in sweat, smell sewage all nite, wait in long lines to pee and have sticky drinks spilled on your outfit, shoes and bag. Its such a nasty place.
Overall..the safety issue was the main problem. I felt obligated to report this establishment due to capacity...

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The first time I went here it was actually tight. Then, I decided to go again when my friends told me to meet them up there. I parked my motorcycle on the sidewalk outside, and the owner, who is a little dweeb, actually walked out to me to tell me that they do not allow graphic designs on shirts - such as affliction shirts. I thought this was funny, considering I was wearing a black polo shirt that had a pattern on it. It was a nicer shirt than the one he was wearing, in fact. Meanwhile, there were dudes with texans t-shirts, flip-flops, and baseball caps getting in. I let him know he was being stupid for not letting me in for the last half hour (it was 1:30 am and I just wanted to say what's up to my friends). He then proceeded to send a goonie bouncer out my way. Needless to say, I told this bouncer to F - off. He tried to be buddy-buddy with me, but I continued to tell him to go the hell back to his spot at the door where he belonged. Bottom line, if you're a b!tch, you'll go to Vintage.

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★☆☆☆☆

The first time I went here it was actually tight. Then, I decided to go again when my friends told me to meet them up there. I parked my motorcycle on the sidewalk outside, and the owner, who is a little dweeb, actually walked out to me to tell me that they do not allow graphic designs on shirts - such as affliction shirts. I thought this was funny, considering I was wearing a black polo shirt that had a pattern on it. It was a nicer shirt than the one he was wearing, in fact. Meanwhile, there were dudes with texans t-shirts, flip-flops, and baseball caps getting in. I let him know he was being stupid for not letting me in for the last half hour (it was 1:30 am and I just wanted to say what's up to my friends). He then proceeded to send a goonie bouncer out my way. Needless to say, I told this bouncer to F - off. He tried to be buddy-buddy with me, but I continued to tell him to go the hell back to his spot at the door where he belonged. Bottom line, if you're a b!tch, you'll go to Vintage.

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Apparently this is the new hot spot - and i dont mean that in a good way. Patient zero definately originated here. The last time i was there i saw multiple couples going at it in dimly lit corners. i don't go out to be an extra in someone elses porno flick. i will NEVER be back.

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Apparently this is the new hot spot - and i dont mean that in a good way. Patient zero definately originated here. The last time i was there i saw multiple couples going at it in dimly lit corners. i don't go out to be an extra in someone elses porno flick. i will NEVER be back.

Cons: disgusting - all of it

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Lynette4100 is right, they are racist...i heard the owner himself make racial comments (who is a minority btw!!!!!!)

the place is dirty and smells like shit. oh and we tried to stay for their illegal late night where they serve alcohol after 2am and the jerkoff bouncer made us leave because we weren't "VIPs"

i look forward to the demise of this shithole so another decent business owner can move in.

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Lynette4100 is right, they are racist...i heard the owner himself make racial comments (who is a minority btw!!!!!!)

the place is dirty and smells like shit. oh and we tried to stay for their illegal late night where they serve alcohol after 2am and the jerkoff bouncer made us leave because we weren't "VIPs"

i look forward to the demise of this shithole so another decent business owner can move in.

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Interesting how CSMobile Users 6,7,8,9 & 10 all type the same and say the same thing. hey idiot, most literate people don't put "2" for "to" and "4" for "four"

hehe that's awesome must be the owner

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Interesting how CSMobile Users 6,7,8,9 & 10 all type the same and say the same thing. hey idiot, most literate people don't put "2" for "to" and "4" for "four"

hehe that's awesome must be the owner

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My group experienced BLATANT RACISM and DISCRIMINATION!!!! I am a 40+ female african american professionaI. Via email, I made a reservation for 6 -8 people for bottle service utilizing a gift certificate. Myself and a 50 year old african american female were seated in a cabana area, assigned a waitress, and began drinking. When my male african american guests began to arrive, they were denied entry! When I attempted to get them in, the rude doorman referred me to the manager who had seated me. The manager then transferred authority for entry back to the doorman. After the manager acknowledged that I had a reservation for 6-8 people, I asked him why my 6-7 guests couldn't get in. He was flustered, told me he would be right back; then, went and hid in an office and NEVER returned. My guests stood at the door for almost 30 minutes, then left. I have NEVER been treated so disrespectfully. I had read the reviews about Vintage, but was certain that because I had a reserved area, me and my guest wouldn't have a problem. I was wrong!!! My rejected guests were two african american males and one african american female between the ages of 45- 50. They were well dressed and conducted themselves professionally. There was no legitimate reason to deny them entry, especially when I had a reservation and had been seated in an area large enough to accomodate them. The humilation and disrepect we encountered were unacceptable. If you've encountered a similar experience at Vintage please send me a message.

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★☆☆☆☆

My group experienced BLATANT RACISM and DISCRIMINATION!!!! I am a 40+ female african american professionaI. Via email, I made a reservation for 6 -8 people for bottle service utilizing a gift certificate. Myself and a 50 year old african american female were seated in a cabana area, assigned a waitress, and began drinking. When my male african american guests began to arrive, they were denied entry! When I attempted to get them in, the rude doorman referred me to the manager who had seated me. The manager then transferred authority for entry back to the doorman. After the manager acknowledged that I had a reservation for 6-8 people, I asked him why my 6-7 guests couldn't get in. He was flustered, told me he would be right back; then, went and hid in an office and NEVER returned. My guests stood at the door for almost 30 minutes, then left. I have NEVER been treated so disrespectfully. I had read the reviews about Vintage, but was certain that because I had a reserved area, me and my guest wouldn't have a problem. I was wrong!!! My rejected guests were two african american males and one african american female between the ages of 45- 50. They were well dressed and conducted themselves professionally. There was no legitimate reason to deny them entry, especially when I had a reservation and had been seated in an area large enough to accomodate them. The humilation and disrepect we encountered were unacceptable. If you've encountered a similar experience at Vintage please send me a message.

Cons: racism

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The best way I can describe Vintage is like Europa but in River Oaks. Aside from the spacious patios, the inside is tight, which can be good or bad depending on the crowd. It has a quaint local feel to it most of the time, but it sometimes gets too crowded for comfort. If you are with a good group, have a "spot" or "homebase", then it is definitely a comfortable fun place to liquor up. The owner is gracious and usually running around working/socializing, which also makes the Vintage experience more personable. As far as doormen and racism, I wouldn't think they are racists, as I've always seen a mixed crowd there. I just think that they are just being sensible about who comes in and preserving their current clientele. How do you discriminate against Ed Hardy meatheads, Ambercrombie preps, Persian fops, Trendy zipperheads, Gringo yuppies, then who would go? They just have to do their best based on gut instinct. All in all, it has its well-deserved niche in the bar scene in Houston.

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★★★★☆

The best way I can describe Vintage is like Europa but in River Oaks. Aside from the spacious patios, the inside is tight, which can be good or bad depending on the crowd. It has a quaint local feel to it most of the time, but it sometimes gets too crowded for comfort. If you are with a good group, have a "spot" or "homebase", then it is definitely a comfortable fun place to liquor up. The owner is gracious and usually running around working/socializing, which also makes the Vintage experience more personable. As far as doormen and racism, I wouldn't think they are racists, as I've always seen a mixed crowd there. I just think that they are just being sensible about who comes in and preserving their current clientele. How do you discriminate against Ed Hardy meatheads, Ambercrombie preps, Persian fops, Trendy zipperheads, Gringo yuppies, then who would go? They just have to do their best based on gut instinct. All in all, it has its well-deserved niche in the bar scene in Houston.

Pros: Patios/Drinks/Owner interaction

Cons: Tight indoors/5.0 stalkers after hours

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Everytime me and my girl friends go 2 vintage we have a blast and feel right @ home. Great door guy he keeps the shady people out.

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★★★★★

Everytime me and my girl friends go 2 vintage we have a blast and feel right @ home. Great door guy he keeps the shady people out.

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Welcome 2 vintage were every1 knows your name. My fave bar in houston. Keep it up vintage

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★★★★★

Welcome 2 vintage were every1 knows your name. My fave bar in houston. Keep it up vintage

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This place is gods gift 2 anyone who doesn't want the trendy club crowd but want 2 dance and have a good time. Guys very curtious of the women and all the women are educated. Vintage does a great job of keeping the trash out. And 2 all the up set african americans vintage has many african american regulars.its not the color of your skin it might be the individual

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★★★★★

This place is gods gift 2 anyone who doesn't want the trendy club crowd but want 2 dance and have a good time. Guys very curtious of the women and all the women are educated. Vintage does a great job of keeping the trash out. And 2 all the up set african americans vintage has many african american regulars.its not the color of your skin it might be the individual

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Finnaly a place that caters 2 average normal people and not trendy pretentious idiots.

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★★★★★

Finnaly a place that caters 2 average normal people and not trendy pretentious idiots.

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Can't make every1 happy. I have been 2 many bars and clubs that I couldn't get in. Grow up and stop playing the race card maybe its the person. Don't hate vintage hate yourself 4 being such a looser.

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★★★★★

Can't make every1 happy. I have been 2 many bars and clubs that I couldn't get in. Grow up and stop playing the race card maybe its the person. Don't hate vintage hate yourself 4 being such a looser.

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I'm a black man that was there on this night you were speaking of. It wasn't a MJ tribute party either. A group from another party was having a Miami Vice tribute (which will explain that as MJ did have some influence over the Miami Vice tv series clothing as he did the rest of the world). I personally frequent the bar often and enjoy myself every time. The crowd and music is a real mix. I hope no one take office when I say that I'm actually quite surprised of some of the music I hear in this club because it is more of a I guess 'trendy' club. If I were to complain I'd say it's so crowded that there's long lines at the bars, but the bartenders take good care of you which really makes up for the wait. The staff really works hard to ensure you have a pleasurable experience. I was just there Friday night and I can promise I wasn't the only nor the one of few black people there. What ever Amir is doing to make a successful and enjoyable spot, he's doing it well. I would say dress nice and put your best foot forward and Vintage Lounge will do the same back to you.

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★★★★★

I'm a black man that was there on this night you were speaking of. It wasn't a MJ tribute party either. A group from another party was having a Miami Vice tribute (which will explain that as MJ did have some influence over the Miami Vice tv series clothing as he did the rest of the world). I personally frequent the bar often and enjoy myself every time. The crowd and music is a real mix. I hope no one take office when I say that I'm actually quite surprised of some of the music I hear in this club because it is more of a I guess 'trendy' club. If I were to complain I'd say it's so crowded that there's long lines at the bars, but the bartenders take good care of you which really makes up for the wait. The staff really works hard to ensure you have a pleasurable experience. I was just there Friday night and I can promise I wasn't the only nor the one of few black people there. What ever Amir is doing to make a successful and enjoyable spot, he's doing it well. I would say dress nice and put your best foot forward and Vintage Lounge will do the same back to you.

Pros: Energetic and fun

Cons: Over crowded at times.

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1 of a kind. not your cookie cutter club, bar, lounge or what ever u want 2 call it. amazing staff, great drinks, classic music, nice patios. i have been 2 vintage over 20 times.... i have never ever seen a fight or been harrassed by rude guys. and i have seen all races, vintage is not a raci^t bar. vintage you r doing a great job keep it up. you cant make every1 happy

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★★★★★

1 of a kind. not your cookie cutter club, bar, lounge or what ever u want 2 call it. amazing staff, great drinks, classic music, nice patios. i have been 2 vintage over 20 times.... i have never ever seen a fight or been harrassed by rude guys. and i have seen all races, vintage is not a raci^t bar. vintage you r doing a great job keep it up. you cant make every1 happy

Pros: great crowd, music, and patios

Cons: bathrooms

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These negative reviews are clearly from someone not "blonde" because yes, even a dumb "buh-lond" knows how to spell their own hair color. What is the deal, sista? You upset that your buck toothed Ozark Mountain dorks didn't get in? Go across Shepherd and hang there. Me? I haven't been acrossed Shepherd in a coon's age, but let me know how that pans out.

In all seriousness, Amir is a cool guy. Calling him a ray...cist...a guy that has had Rockets and all other "non-melanin challenged" in his bar...is just petty and crying wolf. You should be ashamed of yourself. You fake white-blond"E" hater. Go get some ribs from Demeris.

I've seen all types at this bar. Someone isn't getting in because he or she is acting like an idiot. That's the short of it. Stop pretending and just go somewhere else. What Vintage is trying to do is maintain an open atmosphere where, unlike Belvedere, certain nights don't become "black, asian, martian, whatever" minority ray-cist night. I am white (with an "e"). I've been to belvedere on a Sunday. almost got the cay-rap kicked out of me for...being white. And my Italian girlfriend was eye ray-aped by baboons.

So what if a local bar doesn't want that.

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★★★★★

These negative reviews are clearly from someone not "blonde" because yes, even a dumb "buh-lond" knows how to spell their own hair color. What is the deal, sista? You upset that your buck toothed Ozark Mountain dorks didn't get in? Go across Shepherd and hang there. Me? I haven't been acrossed Shepherd in a coon's age, but let me know how that pans out.

In all seriousness, Amir is a cool guy. Calling him a ray...cist...a guy that has had Rockets and all other "non-melanin challenged" in his bar...is just petty and crying wolf. You should be ashamed of yourself. You fake white-blond"E" hater. Go get some ribs from Demeris.

I've seen all types at this bar. Someone isn't getting in because he or she is acting like an idiot. That's the short of it. Stop pretending and just go somewhere else. What Vintage is trying to do is maintain an open atmosphere where, unlike Belvedere, certain nights don't become "black, asian, martian, whatever" minority ray-cist night. I am white (with an "e"). I've been to belvedere on a Sunday. almost got the cay-rap kicked out of me for...being white. And my Italian girlfriend was eye ray-aped by baboons.

So what if a local bar doesn't want that.

Pros: Go somewhere else...like Belvedere (since it's now Sunday)

Cons: Hasn't been ruined yet by minority ray-cists

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I appreciate being rembered, and the staff and bartenders at Vintage always greet me with a smile and are very friendly. They also remember what I drink, which does make me feel special. I am a thirty-something female who grew up in Houston. I enjoy going out to restaurants and occasionally going out to meet friends at a few bars around town, including Vintage Since its opening, Vintage has been a place where I have felt comfortable and welcomed, and I always have a great time there. It's one of my favorite places to go for a good time with my friends!

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★★★★★

I appreciate being rembered, and the staff and bartenders at Vintage always greet me with a smile and are very friendly. They also remember what I drink, which does make me feel special. I am a thirty-something female who grew up in Houston. I enjoy going out to restaurants and occasionally going out to meet friends at a few bars around town, including Vintage Since its opening, Vintage has been a place where I have felt comfortable and welcomed, and I always have a great time there. It's one of my favorite places to go for a good time with my friends!

Pros: everything is good for me!

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vintage is the best!!!! if you have been there you would agree.

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★★★★★

vintage is the best!!!! if you have been there you would agree.

Pros: everything

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Awesome patios great music. The crowd nerdy but nerdy girls r hot. I have become a regular

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★★★★★

Awesome patios great music. The crowd nerdy but nerdy girls r hot. I have become a regular

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Best happy hour I've been 2. 1$ beers 6$ wine 4$ bombs.very relaxed not crowded perfect

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Best happy hour I've been 2. 1$ beers 6$ wine 4$ bombs.very relaxed not crowded perfect

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The bar is old wood inside and they have 2 huge patios with bars outside as well. The crowd was amazing. No cheezy dragone tshirts or trashy girls that look like they work @ mens club. It is awesome a bar caters 2 real buisness prof. Patios by far r the best in texas.lots of free parking they also have valet Only con is bathroom very small

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★★★★★

The bar is old wood inside and they have 2 huge patios with bars outside as well. The crowd was amazing. No cheezy dragone tshirts or trashy girls that look like they work @ mens club. It is awesome a bar caters 2 real buisness prof. Patios by far r the best in texas.lots of free parking they also have valet Only con is bathroom very small

Pros: Example: best croissants in town

Cons: What are the drawbacks?

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This place is awesome! Not your normal houston club sceen like every other bar with a dj and a door guy. Crowd is amazing I've been there over 30 times and never seen a fight. The girls, wow all educated and hot. Staff is super nice. Drink prices r reasonable. Lots of parking. Best patios. Only con is bathroom

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★★★★★

This place is awesome! Not your normal houston club sceen like every other bar with a dj and a door guy. Crowd is amazing I've been there over 30 times and never seen a fight. The girls, wow all educated and hot. Staff is super nice. Drink prices r reasonable. Lots of parking. Best patios. Only con is bathroom

Pros: Example: best croissants in town

Cons: What are the drawbacks?

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Im from Dallas been living in New york city the past 8 years. When i come back to Texas to hang with friends and have a drink its usually a disapointment. So i was so happy to find a spot like Vintage, We rolled like 6 or 7 deep and were treated like royalty when we got there. The drinks were on point on the patio, beautiful people everywhere and the music was great. I recommend this spot to anyone who goes to Houston the staff shows that good southern hospitality. The reviews on racism at this spot are inaccurate, we were 7 deep and a diverse group we didnt have any white people with us and had a great time. Ill be back!!!!!

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★★★★★

Im from Dallas been living in New york city the past 8 years. When i come back to Texas to hang with friends and have a drink its usually a disapointment. So i was so happy to find a spot like Vintage, We rolled like 6 or 7 deep and were treated like royalty when we got there. The drinks were on point on the patio, beautiful people everywhere and the music was great. I recommend this spot to anyone who goes to Houston the staff shows that good southern hospitality. The reviews on racism at this spot are inaccurate, we were 7 deep and a diverse group we didnt have any white people with us and had a great time. Ill be back!!!!!

Pros: Drinks, patio, and management

Cons: none

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Small bathrooms. Bar patios staff and music are amazing.in my opion 1 of the best patios in town. Drink prices are awsome $1 dafts $150 bottles verse 300 at most places. The staff is great, I had my 30th birthday there a few weeks ago. It was the blast best birthday every. Thanks Vintage

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★★★★★

Small bathrooms. Bar patios staff and music are amazing.in my opion 1 of the best patios in town. Drink prices are awsome $1 dafts $150 bottles verse 300 at most places. The staff is great, I had my 30th birthday there a few weeks ago. It was the blast best birthday every. Thanks Vintage

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I am an african-american . Vintage is not profilingi took my 4 non white blacker then black this weekend. it felt great the doorguy called me by name and made my friends feel @ home right away. the staff over heard som1 in my group cheers happy birthday the owner can and introduced himself got us a round of shots(some shot his friend from ut invented) not my style 2 fruity. I respect the fact hoodlums are not the majority like most places in houston. gorwing up, going 2 school and collage in austin its realy refreashing 2 have a bar i feel like i am @ home. bathrooms are very small. bottemline not racistttt great crowd great staff and amazing women that went 2 collage. ITS REALY SAD THAT AFRICAN AMERICANS STILL PLAY THE RACE CARD. WE HAVE A BLACK PRES AND MANY OTHER ELECTED OFFICALS GET OVER IT

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★★★★★

I am an african-american . Vintage is not profilingi took my 4 non white blacker then black this weekend. it felt great the doorguy called me by name and made my friends feel @ home right away. the staff over heard som1 in my group cheers happy birthday the owner can and introduced himself got us a round of shots(some shot his friend from ut invented) not my style 2 fruity. I respect the fact hoodlums are not the majority like most places in houston. gorwing up, going 2 school and collage in austin its realy refreashing 2 have a bar i feel like i am @ home. bathrooms are very small. bottemline not racistttt great crowd great staff and amazing women that went 2 collage. ITS REALY SAD THAT AFRICAN AMERICANS STILL PLAY THE RACE CARD. WE HAVE A BLACK PRES AND MANY OTHER ELECTED OFFICALS GET OVER IT

Pros: great parking, friendly staff, good drinks, great patios, great door guy

Cons: small bathrooms

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Vintage is basically two patios bisected by a building remeniscent of a Galveston shrimp hut. The staff are personable and friendly, and the owner is hands-on and often present. The rear patio optimizes the space well with tented tables arrayed across the perimeter with a large bar just to the left of its entrance. The drinks, especially the beers, are priced fairly; I don't go for mixed drinks personally. My biggest beefs are the size of the bathrooms - only two pissers for the men's room, and the DJs music selections which range from the arcane to cheesy. Good selection of beers on tap, especially wheat beers. The demographic veers toward cliquish, Dallesque, Aggie types. My word of advice to these folks: baseball caps are not an appropriate evening attire when hitting the town.

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★★★☆☆

Vintage is basically two patios bisected by a building remeniscent of a Galveston shrimp hut. The staff are personable and friendly, and the owner is hands-on and often present. The rear patio optimizes the space well with tented tables arrayed across the perimeter with a large bar just to the left of its entrance. The drinks, especially the beers, are priced fairly; I don't go for mixed drinks personally. My biggest beefs are the size of the bathrooms - only two pissers for the men's room, and the DJs music selections which range from the arcane to cheesy. Good selection of beers on tap, especially wheat beers. The demographic veers toward cliquish, Dallesque, Aggie types. My word of advice to these folks: baseball caps are not an appropriate evening attire when hitting the town.

Pros: Service and location

Cons: Restrooms and cliquish demographic

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To all the people that are hating on vintage, take a moment to think about what you like to experience when you go out. 1) Good Venue - There is no doubt that with ample outdoor areas and a great location, vintage exceeds this expectation. On each of my four visits to Vintage the bathrooms were impeccable, and the barkeeps friendly. Not to mention plenty of seating for our group. 2) Attractive People - OK, so this is the main issue people seem to have with this bar. Again, I must ask, do you enjoy a social atmosphere with unattractive people about? For most people, the answer is no. If you have a problem with the doormen, then there is probably a reason for that. Any decent looking patron sporting a nice shirt (ralph lauren, vineyard vines, etc), jeans and some nice footwear ( I always wear boots) is sure to have no problem. This is Houston, TX people. No matter what your taste there is a place for you somewhere in town. If Vintage is not your place, it is not their problem. 3) Good Prices / Drink Selection - The prices at Vintage are very reasonable, and if you get in good with the bartenders you are sure to get a good deal. As far as the selection is concerned, we love it. My friends and I have never been dissapointed by Vintage not having ample amounts of our favorite beverages on hand.

All in all, Vintage is by far one of the best fratmospheres in town. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good time with good people. If you want diversity try Bronx Bar at rice village.

-Hook'Em

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★★★★★

To all the people that are hating on vintage, take a moment to think about what you like to experience when you go out. 1) Good Venue - There is no doubt that with ample outdoor areas and a great location, vintage exceeds this expectation. On each of my four visits to Vintage the bathrooms were impeccable, and the barkeeps friendly. Not to mention plenty of seating for our group. 2) Attractive People - OK, so this is the main issue people seem to have with this bar. Again, I must ask, do you enjoy a social atmosphere with unattractive people about? For most people, the answer is no. If you have a problem with the doormen, then there is probably a reason for that. Any decent looking patron sporting a nice shirt (ralph lauren, vineyard vines, etc), jeans and some nice footwear ( I always wear boots) is sure to have no problem. This is Houston, TX people. No matter what your taste there is a place for you somewhere in town. If Vintage is not your place, it is not their problem. 3) Good Prices / Drink Selection - The prices at Vintage are very reasonable, and if you get in good with the bartenders you are sure to get a good deal. As far as the selection is concerned, we love it. My friends and I have never been dissapointed by Vintage not having ample amounts of our favorite beverages on hand.

All in all, Vintage is by far one of the best fratmospheres in town. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good time with good people. If you want diversity try Bronx Bar at rice village.

-Hook'Em

Pros: Everything

Cons: Sour people not allowed entrance clog up the door area

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I have been to this bar numerous times and I love it. If you are one of those people and are not allowed in get over it and go to a bar that you are allowed in. Perhaps you are not welcomed it?s the same reason I wouldn?t be welcomed at one of your bars. This place is great the owner is extremely friendly and will go out of his way to make sure you have a good time. If you are one of those people go to a bar in Downtown or fifth ward.

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★★★★★

I have been to this bar numerous times and I love it. If you are one of those people and are not allowed in get over it and go to a bar that you are allowed in. Perhaps you are not welcomed it?s the same reason I wouldn?t be welcomed at one of your bars. This place is great the owner is extremely friendly and will go out of his way to make sure you have a good time. If you are one of those people go to a bar in Downtown or fifth ward.

Pros: everything

Cons: Kinda preepy

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Its pretty obvious that the person who wrote the sterling review was someone who had interests in the bar having success. Who would remember that much stuff after going out one night?! The door men are a joke. We showed up 4 guys and 4 girls, and he told us the same thing that they have told other people, that we needed a reservation because it was too full inside, and that it would be too crowded. We started mocking the guy, and pulling out our credit cards and telling him we were going to spend money there, and asking him if they didnt want our money. After about a minute I tell my friend that we just dont ever have to come back there again, and the "owner", who keep in mind was of middle eastern dissent. Came up to us and was "giving us a chance" to go in. He said he was sorry about his door guy, and he brought us in and bought us a shot. It was horrible. ALSO to make things worse, the bar was empty. There were maybe 75 people there. The only reason we stayed is because we knew the DJ and he has played at other venues that we know and have fun dancing with the music. If you ask me its pretty deplorable to think that an ownership of a bar by a minority would racially profile its patrons. I will never suggest this place to anybody, and will even go out of my way to tell people not to go here. If you want to go to a great bar, with great atmosphere and even some good dancing inside, go to The Pearl, its awesome.

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★☆☆☆☆

Its pretty obvious that the person who wrote the sterling review was someone who had interests in the bar having success. Who would remember that much stuff after going out one night?! The door men are a joke. We showed up 4 guys and 4 girls, and he told us the same thing that they have told other people, that we needed a reservation because it was too full inside, and that it would be too crowded. We started mocking the guy, and pulling out our credit cards and telling him we were going to spend money there, and asking him if they didnt want our money. After about a minute I tell my friend that we just dont ever have to come back there again, and the "owner", who keep in mind was of middle eastern dissent. Came up to us and was "giving us a chance" to go in. He said he was sorry about his door guy, and he brought us in and bought us a shot. It was horrible. ALSO to make things worse, the bar was empty. There were maybe 75 people there. The only reason we stayed is because we knew the DJ and he has played at other venues that we know and have fun dancing with the music. If you ask me its pretty deplorable to think that an ownership of a bar by a minority would racially profile its patrons. I will never suggest this place to anybody, and will even go out of my way to tell people not to go here. If you want to go to a great bar, with great atmosphere and even some good dancing inside, go to The Pearl, its awesome.

Pros: None that any other bar doesnt already have

Cons: Racially profile, bad bar, bad drinks, do you need anything else?!

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Unlike the previous two reviewers, I was actually able to enter Vintage. I guess I got there early enough! (And I'm white.) We managed to find a nice table on the patio and sat there for a couple of hours buying round after round of drinks, and for the most part had a pretty good time. I was certainly suspicious as the crowd there appeared to be heavy into the Abercrombie/American Eagle set, and that normally isn't my scene. (And come to think of it, I don't think I saw a single black person in the place.) However around 11:30 or so, we were approached by a security officer (ear piece firmly in place) and told that we were to leave our spot as some arriving "friends of the bar" had purchased bottle service and required the space. Now originally I was frustrated because they did not give us a chance to also purchase bottle service as a common courtesy. (Which I would have never purchased anyway.) But I later decided that at the end of the day, it's there own prerogative to decide who sits where. However, if a bar is going to treat its paying customers with that type of respect, then it is ultimately doomed. Sure you might find a significant crowd of losers with misplaced delusions of grandeur, but mark my words: In a year this place will either be gone or significantly re-vamped as the management clearly does not want people that have any sort of actual character wandering around their club/bar. I highly recommend that you stay away.

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★☆☆☆☆

Unlike the previous two reviewers, I was actually able to enter Vintage. I guess I got there early enough! (And I'm white.) We managed to find a nice table on the patio and sat there for a couple of hours buying round after round of drinks, and for the most part had a pretty good time. I was certainly suspicious as the crowd there appeared to be heavy into the Abercrombie/American Eagle set, and that normally isn't my scene. (And come to think of it, I don't think I saw a single black person in the place.) However around 11:30 or so, we were approached by a security officer (ear piece firmly in place) and told that we were to leave our spot as some arriving "friends of the bar" had purchased bottle service and required the space. Now originally I was frustrated because they did not give us a chance to also purchase bottle service as a common courtesy. (Which I would have never purchased anyway.) But I later decided that at the end of the day, it's there own prerogative to decide who sits where. However, if a bar is going to treat its paying customers with that type of respect, then it is ultimately doomed. Sure you might find a significant crowd of losers with misplaced delusions of grandeur, but mark my words: In a year this place will either be gone or significantly re-vamped as the management clearly does not want people that have any sort of actual character wandering around their club/bar. I highly recommend that you stay away.

Pros: For the scene it's trying to attract, it's relatively inexpensive.

Cons: Rude establishment that ultimately does not respect paying customers.

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I went to Vintage a while back with some co-workers and didn?t really care for the place. Maybe it?s because I don?t wear Abercrombie and Fitch or I?m not a thirty-thousand dollar millionaire?whatever the case I thought it sucked. Last Friday night (06/27) I went to Vintage only b/c my buddy and I were going to meet up with some other friends. However, when we got to the door the ?owner? and his sidekick buddy, ear piece firmly in place, wouldn?t let us in. The only logical explanation I can figure is that he took a look at my buddy, who is not white, and decided not to let us in. We weren?t really upset about not getting in (which we got over that pretty quick), as we were amused by the ignorance and the attitude of the ?owner?. It?s unfortunate that there are people like him in this world. His mom must be super proud.

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★☆☆☆☆

I went to Vintage a while back with some co-workers and didn?t really care for the place. Maybe it?s because I don?t wear Abercrombie and Fitch or I?m not a thirty-thousand dollar millionaire?whatever the case I thought it sucked. Last Friday night (06/27) I went to Vintage only b/c my buddy and I were going to meet up with some other friends. However, when we got to the door the ?owner? and his sidekick buddy, ear piece firmly in place, wouldn?t let us in. The only logical explanation I can figure is that he took a look at my buddy, who is not white, and decided not to let us in. We weren?t really upset about not getting in (which we got over that pretty quick), as we were amused by the ignorance and the attitude of the ?owner?. It?s unfortunate that there are people like him in this world. His mom must be super proud.

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Ironically, I had been to Vintage before and even told my friends back east that the ladies were exceptional at Vintage. I even went so far as to think I would bring them to Vintage when they came to town. The fact that I was the only black guy there didn't seem abnormal because I often explore places were the locals neglect. However, on Fri 6/27/08 I arrived with my friend, after attending three other clubs that night,(both of us are black) and we were told that we had to have reservations to get in, and furthermore you need reservations Fri-Sun. "I never had Reservations in the past", to which the little guy responded, "I let you in before!?" He seemed almost alarmed or doubtful that I had been there before. Some guests were leaving and caught wind of what was happening and all agreed that you didn't need reservations to get in and even said the guy was being racial! Which ofcourse he heard. I was/am very offended. I don't play the race card unless it's the last card to be played. I have been to clubs all over this country, the "Islands" and Europe. We were dressed for the club scene and are both post 30 years of age and professionals. There was nothing objective that could have excluded us from this club, other than race! Hey, I get it, there are bigots out there but for some reason this experience affected me....

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★☆☆☆☆

Ironically, I had been to Vintage before and even told my friends back east that the ladies were exceptional at Vintage. I even went so far as to think I would bring them to Vintage when they came to town. The fact that I was the only black guy there didn't seem abnormal because I often explore places were the locals neglect. However, on Fri 6/27/08 I arrived with my friend, after attending three other clubs that night,(both of us are black) and we were told that we had to have reservations to get in, and furthermore you need reservations Fri-Sun. "I never had Reservations in the past", to which the little guy responded, "I let you in before!?" He seemed almost alarmed or doubtful that I had been there before. Some guests were leaving and caught wind of what was happening and all agreed that you didn't need reservations to get in and even said the guy was being racial! Which ofcourse he heard. I was/am very offended. I don't play the race card unless it's the last card to be played. I have been to clubs all over this country, the "Islands" and Europe. We were dressed for the club scene and are both post 30 years of age and professionals. There was nothing objective that could have excluded us from this club, other than race! Hey, I get it, there are bigots out there but for some reason this experience affected me....

Pros: Nice looking ladies

Cons: Backward thinking managment

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First off, before coming in, there is no sign and no parking aside from the street or the valet. I remember the good old days where bars and clubs had a sign at the door and a parking lot instead of this hiding business. It automatically makes a person feel like an outsider if they have to ask the name of the place. The patio looks nice and upscale, but when you go in, it kind of looks like an old diner with the way the booths are setup. There really isn't much you can do because the music isn't really dancy and they don't have enough places to sit the way a pub does...and of course you couldn't hear yourself think anyway so it's one of those deals where you just stand with your drink and give a hankhill "yuuuup" to your friends if you don't find a seat outside. That gets old after about a half hour.

The crowd is somewhat pretentious too, but what can you do, it's in river oaks so i'm sure alot of trust fund babies snuck out of the house.

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★★★☆☆

First off, before coming in, there is no sign and no parking aside from the street or the valet. I remember the good old days where bars and clubs had a sign at the door and a parking lot instead of this hiding business. It automatically makes a person feel like an outsider if they have to ask the name of the place. The patio looks nice and upscale, but when you go in, it kind of looks like an old diner with the way the booths are setup. There really isn't much you can do because the music isn't really dancy and they don't have enough places to sit the way a pub does...and of course you couldn't hear yourself think anyway so it's one of those deals where you just stand with your drink and give a hankhill "yuuuup" to your friends if you don't find a seat outside. That gets old after about a half hour.

The crowd is somewhat pretentious too, but what can you do, it's in river oaks so i'm sure alot of trust fund babies snuck out of the house.

Pros: patio is nice

Cons: meh

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I recently visited Vintage for the fourth or fifth time, and my overall experience there has been very good! On my last visit, I was celebrating my friend's recent job promotion and our mutual friend from NYC was with us. We did spend a lot of time on Vintage's front and back patios, but we occasionally went on the dance floor and also ventured to the VIP room to visit with some of the customers we met that night. The back patio is awesome! I also love that you can get a drink outside from one of their two patio bars. The drinks were reasonably priced. The inside bar is cool. The bartender told me that it is the origonal wood bar that has been around for, like, 30 years. I admit, the inside is a bit tight when navigating past patrons to get to the VIP, but the set-up in the VIP room is good (there are leather booths bordering the room, plenty of flat-screen tv's, and large windows that open the room up to cool outside views of the old West Alabama landmark sign and the front patio area. I thought that the music was great, and my new favorite drink is Hideous (a berry-infused vodka), which is awesome with Redbull. The management seemed ultra nice. Inside the club, I felt really comfortable. The crowd appeared culturally diverse, respectful, and friendly. My friend from NYC really liked it there. Yes, the bathrooms are small, but that's just what you have to deal with at times, especially when you have an older building. I also love that Vintage is a place that is an origonal Houston landmark! I will definately be back and recommend it to others!

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★★★★☆

I recently visited Vintage for the fourth or fifth time, and my overall experience there has been very good! On my last visit, I was celebrating my friend's recent job promotion and our mutual friend from NYC was with us. We did spend a lot of time on Vintage's front and back patios, but we occasionally went on the dance floor and also ventured to the VIP room to visit with some of the customers we met that night. The back patio is awesome! I also love that you can get a drink outside from one of their two patio bars. The drinks were reasonably priced. The inside bar is cool. The bartender told me that it is the origonal wood bar that has been around for, like, 30 years. I admit, the inside is a bit tight when navigating past patrons to get to the VIP, but the set-up in the VIP room is good (there are leather booths bordering the room, plenty of flat-screen tv's, and large windows that open the room up to cool outside views of the old West Alabama landmark sign and the front patio area. I thought that the music was great, and my new favorite drink is Hideous (a berry-infused vodka), which is awesome with Redbull. The management seemed ultra nice. Inside the club, I felt really comfortable. The crowd appeared culturally diverse, respectful, and friendly. My friend from NYC really liked it there. Yes, the bathrooms are small, but that's just what you have to deal with at times, especially when you have an older building. I also love that Vintage is a place that is an origonal Houston landmark! I will definately be back and recommend it to others!

Pros: spacious patios, excellent customer service, great location, great crowd

Cons: small bathrooms

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What gets me about this place is the reputation they are striving to reach just isn?t possible for a place put together like a Long John Silvers, turned nightclub. The decor looks like it?s trying too hard for what appear to be bargain-basement finds. The restrooms are some of the smallest, shabbiest and dirtiest I?ve seen in this city. The music borders on cheesy and is far too loud for such a small space. The one good aspect about this place are its patios, they are spacious with comfortable seating.
And now to the issue of the door policy: Vintage?s attempt to uphold a certain standard when it comes to the crowd is expected in any nightclub that wants to be taken seriously, problem is the people in charge seem to have unrealistic views of exactly what that means to their establishment. This isn?t NYC, Miami or LA; there are no celebrities waiting to get in. When you have a party and are spending good money inside but can?t get certain members of your party in, for no good reason, and then they tell you that they don?t have a cover but you have to make a donation or buy a bottle to gain entrance?Who are they kidding? Unless Puff Daddy and Giselle Bundchen are sitting next to me (together), I?m really not trying to buy a bottle just to get into your club?Because honestly, there?s nothing going on, folks. And speaking of bottle, at least they know their place in the market ? Vintage?s bottles run $125, compared to $275 we spent at the Drake 2 weeks prior. And I?m just going to mention it, because it?s been done here enough; I?m not saying the personnel managing the door are prejudice, but I will say they really don?t like to let black people in. What?s lacking here is good judgment by the door men on a case-by-case basis, some progressive knowledge (for an establishment that?s trying to be), and a little bit of a reality check about what Vintage has to offer its patrons.

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★☆☆☆☆

What gets me about this place is the reputation they are striving to reach just isn?t possible for a place put together like a Long John Silvers, turned nightclub. The decor looks like it?s trying too hard for what appear to be bargain-basement finds. The restrooms are some of the smallest, shabbiest and dirtiest I?ve seen in this city. The music borders on cheesy and is far too loud for such a small space. The one good aspect about this place are its patios, they are spacious with comfortable seating.
And now to the issue of the door policy: Vintage?s attempt to uphold a certain standard when it comes to the crowd is expected in any nightclub that wants to be taken seriously, problem is the people in charge seem to have unrealistic views of exactly what that means to their establishment. This isn?t NYC, Miami or LA; there are no celebrities waiting to get in. When you have a party and are spending good money inside but can?t get certain members of your party in, for no good reason, and then they tell you that they don?t have a cover but you have to make a donation or buy a bottle to gain entrance?Who are they kidding? Unless Puff Daddy and Giselle Bundchen are sitting next to me (together), I?m really not trying to buy a bottle just to get into your club?Because honestly, there?s nothing going on, folks. And speaking of bottle, at least they know their place in the market ? Vintage?s bottles run $125, compared to $275 we spent at the Drake 2 weeks prior. And I?m just going to mention it, because it?s been done here enough; I?m not saying the personnel managing the door are prejudice, but I will say they really don?t like to let black people in. What?s lacking here is good judgment by the door men on a case-by-case basis, some progressive knowledge (for an establishment that?s trying to be), and a little bit of a reality check about what Vintage has to offer its patrons.

Pros: Spacious and comfortable patios

Cons: nearly everything else

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It's really too bad that Vintage has such a obviously color- oriented entrance policy. I am a white female who was allowed to enter with all of my white friends yet when a couple of our black friends came to meet us there they were not allowed to enter and we had a hell of a time getting them in. I asked one of the doormen what it would take to allow them to come in and he suggested a $20 or perhaps a $50. Meanwhile other people seemed to be getting in. Very unethical if you ask me- I hope the owner of the place reads this because you don't want to have that stereotype attached to your place, it's just bad for business.

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★★☆☆☆

It's really too bad that Vintage has such a obviously color- oriented entrance policy. I am a white female who was allowed to enter with all of my white friends yet when a couple of our black friends came to meet us there they were not allowed to enter and we had a hell of a time getting them in. I asked one of the doormen what it would take to allow them to come in and he suggested a $20 or perhaps a $50. Meanwhile other people seemed to be getting in. Very unethical if you ask me- I hope the owner of the place reads this because you don't want to have that stereotype attached to your place, it's just bad for business.

Pros: great location, fun music

Cons: shady doormen

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I was at Vintage on Saturday night, and would like to follow up my friend's review (below). I have to say I was horrified at the thinly veiled prejudice that took place that night, and even more mortified that a friend from the UK who was with us that night witnessed Americans acting as if they were stuck in a time warp....specifically Mississippi, circa 1965. He actually said "this doesn't happen in England." I was also present at The Drake on the night that Kris mentioned in his review, and honestly, I wouldn't have believed that such disgustingly prejudiced behavior were possible in this country in 2008 if I hadn't seen it happen twice in 2 different places within the last 30 days. As Kris mentioned, the place is mediocre at best. It's hot, the drinks were overpriced, and the bathrooms were disgusting. I'm not sure what they are trying to accomplish by segregating their patrons, but what they did accomplish was ensuring that a large group of people, including everyone in our group, with plenty of disposable income, will be spending their Saturday nights elsewhere from here on out.
My opinion is that perhaps instead of the cheesy neon pink sign out front, a better indicator of what you'll experience at Vintage would be a Rebel flag, fluttering in the wind above the front door.

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★☆☆☆☆

I was at Vintage on Saturday night, and would like to follow up my friend's review (below). I have to say I was horrified at the thinly veiled prejudice that took place that night, and even more mortified that a friend from the UK who was with us that night witnessed Americans acting as if they were stuck in a time warp....specifically Mississippi, circa 1965. He actually said "this doesn't happen in England." I was also present at The Drake on the night that Kris mentioned in his review, and honestly, I wouldn't have believed that such disgustingly prejudiced behavior were possible in this country in 2008 if I hadn't seen it happen twice in 2 different places within the last 30 days. As Kris mentioned, the place is mediocre at best. It's hot, the drinks were overpriced, and the bathrooms were disgusting. I'm not sure what they are trying to accomplish by segregating their patrons, but what they did accomplish was ensuring that a large group of people, including everyone in our group, with plenty of disposable income, will be spending their Saturday nights elsewhere from here on out.
My opinion is that perhaps instead of the cheesy neon pink sign out front, a better indicator of what you'll experience at Vintage would be a Rebel flag, fluttering in the wind above the front door.

Pros: a great place to take your friends if you're trying to prove that prejudice is alive and well in the U.S.

Cons: a great place to take your friends if you're trying to prove that prejudice is alive and well in the U.S.

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I never heard about this place at all till a friend of mine invited me. I went there to celebrate her b-day. I really liked it. It was a real nice set up. They had to patios one when you get in and one in back. Maybe not the place when it gets cold and definitely not the place when it rains. The indoors was real small. So i can see that getting really cramp if it rains. But luckily went i went it was real nice outside. They played great music and really cool place to chill out and have some drinks. I would for sure go back.

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★★★★☆

I never heard about this place at all till a friend of mine invited me. I went there to celebrate her b-day. I really liked it. It was a real nice set up. They had to patios one when you get in and one in back. Maybe not the place when it gets cold and definitely not the place when it rains. The indoors was real small. So i can see that getting really cramp if it rains. But luckily went i went it was real nice outside. They played great music and really cool place to chill out and have some drinks. I would for sure go back.

Pros: Ambience, great music

Cons: no parking , you must get valet

 

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