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The Door (Dallas)

The Door (Dallas)

The Door first opened the doors of its Deep Ellum all-ages location back in May 1998, and it's been a popular place for young music fans to get their rocks off to the popular touring and local acts of every genre.
Plush (Dallas)

Plush (Dallas)

With its upstairs VIP area, bottle service, smoking-hot dancers and bass-heavy sound system, this ultra lounge is one of the hottest in Dallas.
The Wild Turkey

The Wild Turkey

Since 1978, The Wild Turkey has been the site of much gobbling - of food, that is -- in a rustic setting, reminiscent of a honky-tonk and sports bar combo.

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  • The Cellar 22

    The Cellar 22

    219 E. Hickory St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-435-0149 In recent years, a handful of more adult-oriented places have cropped up in Denton. (Probably because so many University of North Texas students hang around after graduation.) Cellar 22 is one of them. Eschewing the cheap-beer college bar scene of the nearby Denton Square, Cellar 22 is a wine and cigar bar that offers a selection of close to 100 wines. In the front room, patrons can sample wine at the small wine bar or on cocktail tables. And in a back ventilated smoking room, you can light up a selection from the walk-in humidor. Read more about The Cellar 22 >>

  • The Cellar Restaurant & Bar

    The Cellar Restaurant & Bar

    220 E. Las Colinas Blvd. Irving, TX 75039
    214-772-6438 Quietly, over the Super Bowl weekend, The Cellar Restaurant & Bar opened in the space that had been previously occupied by Texas Bar & Grill. But instead of keeping with the previous bar's wood-grain Americana style, The Cellar has renovated the space with a sleeker look. Aimed squarely at the Las Colinas dweller who wants to go to a proper club without driving to downtown, the bar's long, cavernous space is filled with all the staples of area ultra-lounges. Neon lights, sleek stone floor, shiny marble bar and a strict non-smoking policy keep the place in step with Dallas hotspots. If the non-smoking policy is a deal breaker, there's plenty of room to light up on the patio, which sits right next to the Las Colinas canal. Read more about The Cellar Restaurant & Bar >>

  • The Cellar

    The Cellar

    2916 W. Berry St. Fort Worth, TX 76109

    One of Fort Worth's oldest and most aptly named dives, The Cellar is full of character. A walk through the narrow entrance, then down a dark, crooked stairway opens up to a low-lit den with a U-shaped bar. The low-hanging ceiling, held up by walls made of huge stones, gives it a warm basement feel. There's nothing contrived about The Cellar's whimsy, and to say the place has aged gracefully wouldn't be true. But all the imperfections serve as part of The Cellar's charm, which is probably the reason it's a hangout for college kids-that, and the fact that it's near Texas Christian University. It's also popular with musicians playing at the neighboring Aardvark and Moon Bar. Read more about The Cellar >>

  • Cendera Center

    Cendera Center

    3600 Benbrook Hwy Fort Worth, TX 76116

  • Champion Billiard

    9530 Overlake Dr Dallas, TX 75220-5950

  • Champps Americana

    Champps Americana

    855 W. John Carpenter Freeway Irving, TX 75039
    972-373-0333 Champps, located in Irving's Las Colinas business district, is the closest thing you'll find to a neighborhood bar in the West Dallas suburb. The bar has a well-worn atmosphere, but the glossy menus, complete with photographs, keep it on par with Chili's. The place is huge, with high ceilings and projection screens that stretch all the way to the top. Games from multiple cities are on at all times, probably because of the bar's proximity to DFW Airport and several nearby hotels. In addition to its impressive drink list, the food menu has more than just pub grub, including everything from a New York strip to wings. Read more about Champps Americana >>

  • Chan Thai Restaurant

    Chan Thai Restaurant

    312 W. 7th St. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-948-9956 Since 2004, this North Oak Cliff Thai food establishment has provided guests a relaxed dining experience with a nightclub ambience. It"s sleek and hip befitting this Bishop Arts District gay-friendly spot. Happy hour (4-7 p.m.) attracts freeloaders. It"s then when guests are offered free appetizers along with bottom-barrel drink specials. The menu reads like an All-Star roster of the Southeast Asian country"s culinary offerings. There is panang curry and pad Thai. There are summer rolls filled with shrimp and crab and pineapple fried rice. There are also the chef"s specials chicken or beef citrus, fried meat swimming in an orange sauce speckled with orange zest. Of course, the kitchen has some more exotic specialties, all of which use seafood to spice up your meal. Read more about Chan Thai Restaurant >>

  • Chandlers Landing Yacht Club

    501 Yacht Club Drive Rockwall, TX 75032-5741

  • Charlie Browns Club

    2732 E. Lancaster Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76103-2804

  • Charlie

    Charlie's Sports Bar & Grill

    1820 W. Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX 75235

    In an all but abandoned shopping center near the intersection of Harry Hines and Mockingbird in West Dallas, Charlie's Sports Bar, a no-funny-business dive, serves up cheap bar food and even cheaper drinks. Charlie's has occupied its corner for more than 30 years, and the interior décor, a mix between something from the set of Miami Vice and honky-tonk, hasn't changed much since it opened. The eclectic vibe is probably a reflection of the customers, who come from the nearby Love Field Airport and several neighboring hotels. Read more about Charlie's Sports Bar & Grill >>

  • Chasers Lounge

    Chasers Lounge

    2932 N. Buckner Blvd. Dallas, TX 75228

    Chasers deals in Southern pride and novelty bumper stickers. Live country and classic rock five nights a week may hit the spot when giant Jenga, darts, foosball, pool, slots and shuffleboard just aren't enough. Biker photos line the bar and a dance pole crowns the center of the dance floor. Add a weekly happy hour and service industry Monday, occasional swap meets and support of local bike runs, and anyone may find themselves in the mood to buy the house a round. Plus, if you are so inclined, the tenders ring a big red bell just for you. Read more about Chasers Lounge >>

  • The Chat Room Pub

    The Chat Room Pub

    1263 W. Magnolia Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76104
    817-922-8319 This Fort Worth bar had built a devoted clientele of regulars in more than five years as a Fairmount-area hangout until musician Brad Hensarling took over ownership from Jon Carney during a dark period in Fort Worth's music history, as the Wreck Room and the Black Dog Tavern were shutting their doors, thanks to massive redevelopment projects in the Seventh Street area. Hensarling's musician friends needed a place to play. Turns out, the Oriental rug along the bar's painting-festooned back wall does quite nicely as an improvised stage. Bartender Ben Rogers works with The Roman Seasonal to book acts and runs sound during the shows. Both see The Chat Room as part of a larger neighborhood effort to keep ownership local and offer an alternative to those who don't want to hang out with the Yuppies, frat boys or tourists drawn to other parts of Cowtown. Read more about The Chat Room Pub >>

  • Chaucers-Restaurant

    2019 N. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75202-1716

  • Chesterfield

    Chesterfield's Food & Spirits

    2555 Inwood Road Dallas, TX 75235-7447
    214-353-9268 Chesterfield's is a sports bar located at Maple and Inwood in an eclectic strip center that also includes a tattoo shop, check-cashing place, boat junkyard and, inexplicably, a fine wine shop. The menu is heavy on the battered-and-fried, with cheese sticks, poppers and "New 'Amazing' Spicy Fried Pickles" on the apps menu and corn dogs, chicken-fried steak, catfish and sandwiches among the entrees. Dartboards cover just about every vertical surface along with plaques from the dart and pool leagues and a few eight-liner video slot machines. Read more about Chesterfield's Food & Spirits >>

  • Chicas Locas

    3021 W. NW Highway Dallas, TX 75220-5940

  • Chill


    814 S. Main St. Grapevine, TX 76051
    817-310-0004 The coolest thing about Chill Bar in Grapevine is a long metal piece that juts out of the wooden bar like a train track, covered with frost. On a recent visit one Sunday afternoon, I ordered a beer (the bar doesn’t offer a wide variety). The bartender pulled it from the frost-covered tap, hung a lime from the rim of the glass and set it right in the frost. Not much stands out about the rest of the bar. The exterior is built entirely of raw sheet metal, and inside there are flatscreen TVs and a small DJ booth built into the corner. Read more about Chill >>

  • Chop Shop Sports Garage

    2661 Midway Drive Carrollton, TX 75006

  • Christie

    Christie's Sports Bar

    2811 Mckinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204-8600
    214-954-1511 This family-owned and operated "Cheers of Uptown" watering hole has all it needs to fit the sports bar bill -- big-screen TVs everywhere the eye can see (even on the covered patio!), two pool tables as well as mahogany and brass appointments. The latter gives it a classier feel befitting the location. That extends to the menu. The house specials include the teriyaki steak, pasta with garlic chicken or shrimp and chicken-fried steak. For those in need for a more "authentic" sports bar grub there are chicken wings. The burgers, like the Italian, come big, sloppy and juicy. Teetotalers can enjoy root beer floats.Happy hour runs from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. every day, but Christies also features nightly drink specials. Read more about Christie's Sports Bar >>

  • The Church

    2424 Swiss Ave. Dallas, TX 75204

  • Churchill

    Churchill's British Restaurant and Pub

    100 N. Tennessee St. McKinney, TX 75069

  • Circle M Saloon

    2929 Alta Mere Dr Fort Worth, TX 76116-4184

  • Circle Spur Grille

    4440 W. Airport Frwy Irving, TX 75062-5821

    The Circle Spur Bar & Junoon Grill provides a casual and lively atmosphere every day of the week. Junoon Grill serves lunch & dinner everyday of the week. Our hours of operation are Tuesday thru Sunday 11:30am-10:30 pm. Circle Spur Bar is open Wednesday-Saturday 5pm-2am. Sunday-Tuesday until 5pm until 12 midnight. We have a variety of imported beers, fine wines and liquors. Our menu of appetizers is sure to satisfy your appetite. No need to scour the town for a steak house, here at the Circle Spur we have everything from Black Angus Tenderloin season and grilled to perfection to Slow Roasted Prime Rib that’s flavorful and delicious. For a bit of fun, drop into the Circle Spur Bar and play a game of billiards, or darts. We offer great “Happy hour” drink specials every night of the week. Don’t forget to join us for Karaoke every Thursdays at 9pm. Junoon Grill offers Fresh of the grill Chicken Tikka's, Fish fry, Prawns, Biryani, Buttery hot Nan's, and a variety of Pure Vegan curries.We ONLY use Zabiha Halal meat for our non-vegetarian dishes. Read more about Circle Spur Grille >>

  • City Club

    901 S. Main St. Dallas, TX 75202
    214-748-9525 Private club. Membership required. Read more about City Club >>

  • City Club of Fort Worth

    City Club of Fort Worth

    301 Commerce Street Fort Worth, TX 76102
    817-878-4000 Private club. Membership required. Read more about City Club of Fort Worth >>

  • City Tavern

    City Tavern

    1402 Main St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-745-1402 This is an easy-going restaurant and bar that loves a good rock show. While the menu, beginning with lunch, doesn’t stray too far from the normal pub-grub choices (e.g., fish and chips, burgers, gigantic stuffed jalapeños), a po-boy and a pulled pork sandwich are also available. Customers can enjoy $3 drink specials or beer-and-a-shot pairings. Don’t be surprised if owner Josh Florence is the bartender serving it to you. Arriving before 10 p.m. is your best chance of snagging a table to take in the tunes from a long roster of bands on a Friday night. Thanks in part to the amiable staff, its well-worn wood decor and a kickin’ soundtrack, this joint oozes a neighborly vibe. Read more about City Tavern >>

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