114 N. Gordon Street, Alvin, TX 77511
One of Alvin's eldest relics, over 100 years of history lie within the walls of the Gordon Street Tavern. Once a main intersection for the hustle and bustle of the tiny town deemed Alvin, Texas - Circa 1881. It was a stopping post for migrants and traders alike, looking to inherit some of the wealth that this lush town was known for. Teaming with Horse drawn buggies that lined it's old dirt roads, it was nearly destroyed by a hung economy as a result of the 1924 December Blizzard. It is now a blooming establishment re-birthed around culture, magnitude and flavor.
We invite you to sit back, relax and enjoy the atmosphere while indulging in a selection of our 34 craft taps or one of our House Brews. We offer a full menu from sandwiches and salads to Karubi cut Pork Short Ribs and Pork Fries. We hope to see you soon.