The nightlife scene in The Woodlands and Oak Ridge North communities is on tap for a boost. Three new clubs are set to open at the end of April at locations once occupied by some of South Montgomery County's most popular after-hours spots.

Rebel's Honky Tonk will open at the location formerly occupied by Sam's Boat, and later Jack's Place at 26710 I-45 N. Grassmonkey Saloon is opening at the former Side Street Pub, directly behind where Rebel's will be located; and One Oak will occupy the spot where BLVD was formerly located, said Chris Hale, general manager for the three clubs.

The original Rebel's is located on Fifth Street in Austin and features a large dance floor, full service bars, country and dance music, and a mechanical bull. Hale said those features will all be included in the Oak Ridge North location. The club will be open to those 21 and up.

Grassmonkey, also 21 and up, will offer a variety of games, including virtual golf and classic arcade games, like "Frogger," Hale said.

One Oak will be open to those 18 and up and will feature dance club music. The upstairs patio will be open on Sundays for brunch and a "Sunday fun day" atmosphere with a disc jockey, Hale said.

He said the goal was to provide entertainment attractions for youth and adults, an environment where parents could allow their kids to go to a club like One Oak while they drop in at Grassmonkey and Rebel's to dance or play games.

He's hoping Rebel's will draw people from The Woodlands, Oak Ridge, Shenandoah and Conroe.

"We've looked and there's just not much of this kind of thing out there for them," Hale said.