Rich Husband Hunting

2 Texas bars named among best places in America to meet a rich husband

2 Texas bars named among best places in America to meet a rich husband

Brasserie 19 Houston exterior day
Whether grabbing a table indoors or on the popular patio, love could be in the air at B-19. Google Plus
News, Shelby, Brasserie 19, December 2014
Is the rocking Brasserie 19 the place to find a millionaire husband? Town & Country magazine thinks so. Courtesy of Brasserie 19
The bar at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek
Belly up to the bar at Dallas' Mansion on Turtle Creek for a chance at hitting the romance jackpot. Photo courtesy of Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek
Brasserie 19 Houston exterior day
News, Shelby, Brasserie 19, December 2014
The bar at the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

Ladies, you can stop looking for love in all the wrong places. Town & Country magazine has named two Texas bars among the best places to meet a rich husband.

Houston's ridiculously successful Brasserie 19 is one of the top watering holes in the country to land a rich husband. And well it should be, perched as it is on the edge of River Oaks, home to scores of gazillionaires.

Big D makes the list as well. "Dallasites know that the chicest place to congregate after a black tie ball or Cowboys game is The Mansion Bar at the Mansion on Turtle Creek." The "cozy locale," Town & Country says, "features live music nightly and attracts the 1% of all ages."

B-19, as regulars call it, and The Mansion Bar join such heady company as the Caribou Club in Aspen. No surprise there, as any husband-hunting gal with a penchant for private jets and sables knows that's where the dough boys sip their 25-year-old Macallan while looking for 25-year-old babes. In New York, it's Bemelmans Bar at the Carlyle Hotel and in Los Angeles, the Tower Bar at the Sunset Tower Hotel.

Town & Country style writer Sarah Bray provides no intel on how she chose "The Best Bars and Clubs To Meet a Rich Husband." 

Now whether all those snazzy guys with roving eyes actually have a black AmEx in their alligator wallets is another story. Because as Bray's subtitle reads, "This is a decent strategy until Tinder tells you how much he makes."