There's a nondescript door in Houston's Warehouse District that's been there for well over fifty years that's held mysteries behind it for years. Behind this unmarked red door lies Houston's most secretive concert venue and because it's in Houston, the venue doubles as a delicious Tex-Mex cafe.
To get in you don't need to pay a fee or say a secret password, you just need to find the right door and knock twice.
The Last Concert Cafe has been around Houston since the 1940s and to this day is still a popular but underground place that also serves up delicious homemade Tex-Mex.
You can grab some sizzling fajitas inside their restaurant or enjoy a drink in their margarita garden and listen to the band play on stage out in the secret courtyard!
Every week from Tuesday through Saturday, they are sure to have a band playing.
The cafe serves up lunch and dinner and on weekends they serve up yummy brunch to include dishes like huevos rancheros and horchata french toast.
If you're more in the mood to hang out in the courtyard and grab some drinks, they have margaritas and punch served in a huge party canister that serves up to four.
They also have the "Up In Smoke" upgrade to their "Knock Twice" marg which adds CBD to the drink.
Now that's a good way to chill out this weekend.
The cafe has a lot of history surrounding it since it has been around since the 40s and some even say it's Houston's first-ever concert venue!
Throughout the years, the historical site has been home to many different shocking events, such as Houston's biggest marijuana bust at the time in the 1960s.
Interesting facts like that helps make The Last Concert Cafe a really interesting venue and well worth the time looking for the old red door.
There are plenty of other hidden locations like this all over Texas and if you're going to be in Dallas, there's a hidden speakeasy with great drinks who's door is totally worth the find.
But if you're planning to stay in Houston, you should check out these local places that are pretty secret.
The Last Concert Cafe
Address: 1403 Nance St, Houston, TX
Why you need to go: To see what secrets hide behind the iconic red door!