Fun with Alamo history (and club entry) elevate Moses Rose’s Hideout
Published: November 22, 2011
It also makes ordering food a little daunting, but worth it. Dr. Wardlaw gushed that her blue-cheese burger was juicy and flavorful, even if the shoestring fries were a little limp. The menu leans on the Tex-Mex side, and if the burger was any indication, Moses’ food is worth making another trip for, especially when paired with the right brews and good company. Despite being pistol whipped on our ear drums, Moses Rose’s was charming enough, and shows promise.
“It’s a nice break from the usual chain bars downtown, with two or three quick-talking, greasy bouncers trying to herd people into their club,” said Dr. Wardlaw. Though you just might want to check the music calendar before going into hiding. •
Moses Rose’s Hideout
518 E Houston St
Vibe New downtown bar unafraid to poke at Alamo traditions, loosen its tie, and indulge in good food, cold beer, and too-loud music.
Best Use The Hideout does both “bar” and “grill” pretty well, but the atmosphere careens wildly depending on who’s onstage. Not a place for a quiet, romantic date.
Hours 11am-2am daily
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