Enjoy Music and Mexican Cuisine at the Last Concert Cafe
If you want to enjoy a night of food and music, head to the Last Concert Cafe.
It offers an array of Mexican dishes made from authentic ingredients, and live music is offered Wednesday through Saturday until 2:00 a.m.
The restaurant's motto is "Come for the Food, Stay for the Music," and all of the meals are prepared from scratch. Start with the crab stuffed jalapenos before enjoying black bean tostadas, beef enchiladas, chicken fajitas, or another delicious dish.
Upcoming musicians include:
The Nth Power (September 2) - The Nth Power is a funky, soulful band formed at an impromptu late-night jam session at the New Orleans Jazz Fest. This trio is made up of diverse musical backgrounds, and they perform songs that inspire audiences to sing and dance along. They released their first studio album in 2015, and now tour across the country. Their repertoire includes "Feel," "Only You," and "I See Love."
Big Something (September 6) - Big Something takes fans on a musical journey by fusing elements of funk, jazz, rock, and hip hop. This six-member band hails from North Carolina, and they create a powerful sound that is both classic, yet refreshingly original. Songs include "My Volcano, "Pinky's Woman," and "A Simple Vision."
Jimmy Lee Deen (September 10) - Since the 1970s, Jimmy Lee Deen has been on the forefront of the Texas music scene. Over the years, he has opened or headlined for artists such as Tom Petty, Joan Jett, and Pat Benatar. Jimmy performs several genres such as Americana, rock, and country, and he keeps audiences on their feet from start to finish. He frequently plays at the cafe, and his setlist includes "Mexican Tulips," "Little Sister," and "Turn Out the Lights."
The Last Concert Cafe is just one of the dining and entertainment destinations near our Westside Houston apartments. If you would like to call our community home, please contact us. We'd love to give you a tour.