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Ten Bells Tavern

Ten Bells Tavern

Ten Bells Tavern may be the perfect neighborhood pub. They pour solid pints of beer, serve great bar food and have an unassuming patio where you can drink to the setting sun.
It'll Do Club

It'll Do Club

Since it's opening in winter 2012, It'll Do has become East Dallas' go-to dance club. It's large interior and spacious dance floor are big enough to hold a candle to even the best and largest Dallas night clubs.
Lola's Saloon

Lola's Saloon

Since 2008, Lola's Saloon has been one of the top venues in North Texas, arguably the best in Fort Worth. Each week, local and national acts shuffle through the bar, which, perhaps thanks to the name, has a looser, more comfortable feel than others.

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  • The Common Table

    The Common Table

    2917 Fairmount St. Dallas, TX 75201-1455
    214-880-7414

    http://www.thecommontable.com It’s a hophead's heaven at Uptown’s The Common Table, thanks to the bar and restaurant’s expertly curated craft beer menu. The bar is located in an old remodeled house on Fairmont, offering a cozy, wide open feel inside and a huge patio in the front where some of the area’s best bands play on Thursday nights. But really, it’s all about the beer. Rotator taps bring in local beers and exotic rarities, weekly. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Cool Beans

    Cool Beans

    1210 W. Hickory St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-382-7025

    http://www.myspace.com/coolbeanslivemusic With daily drink and food specials, this low-key hangout draws an eclectic crowd of college students, musicians and middle-aged regulars. If it's too busy downstairs, head up to the roof, where a second bar offers cheap canned domestic beer. Bands and solo musicians occasionally perform intimate sets on the roof's small stage area. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Cool River Cafe

    Cool River Cafe

    1045 Hidden Ridge Road Irving, TX 75038
    972-871-8881

    http://www.coolrivercafe.com Las Colinas is known as a part of town where business happens. Top executives from all over the country travel to this section of North Irving to buy, sell, merge and do all sorts of other businessy things. And when the day is done, many of these tycoons can be found seated at the richly appointed wood bar at Cool River Cafe. But you don't have to be fluent in business jargon to earn a seat at the bar. Folks from the surrounding North MacArthur neighborhoods fill Cool River Cafe as well, drawn to its wide selection of beers and delicious food. A massive screen lines a far wall, eliminating any trace of a bad seat in the house, and the scotch and cognac menu invites you to flex your wallet muscles, no matter how big or small. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Copa

    Copa

    525 S. Industrial Blvd. Dallas, TX 75207
    214-741-4020

    http://www.myspace.com/copa214 Copa looks like a Mexican restaurant without the tables…or the Mexican food. Serving lunch Monday through Saturday as well as a late-night menu, it offers such favorites as burgers, wings and fish baskets to Tejano music during the week and hip-hop on weekends. A club with Latin flair and a Top 40 spin, red-lit arches and brown-sponged walls cradle a dance floor with plenty of bar space under metallic neon palm trees. On Two-Dollar Tuesday, selections behind the bar and from the kitchen are on special, and three-dollar shots are always available. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Cork It

    909 S. Main St. Grapevine, TX 76051
    817-421-9463

    http://www.corkitofgrapevine.com If North Texas has a wine capital, Grapevine is it. The Mid Cities suburb holds an annual wine festival highlighting Texas wines, and right in the middle of it all sits Cork It, a wine bar with an extensive collection available not only by the glass but by the half-glass and even by the ounce. One entire wall is covered with a special dispenser that regulates the pour, making it easy for patrons to sample the many varieties. On the other side of the room is a casual cafe where menu items are paired with different wines. Patrons can also purchase bottles of wine to go. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Cork Wine Bar

    Cork Wine Bar

    3636 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-780-0373

    http://www.corkwines.com Located in the West Village, four doors from the corner of McKinney Avenue and Cityplace West, this tasting lounge puts a modern spin on the average wine bar. Cork has six different themed state-of-the-art tasting stations, all of which are categorized--some by region or grape, others by rarity. After purchasing a "Cork Card" (a pre-loaded ATM-ish card for wine purchases) patrons can swipe their cards, and experience a taste or glass of the wine. Tastes are one-ounce samples, and glasses are five-ounces; prices vary depending on the type of wine chosen, which means you can taste some of the rarest wines for just a couple bucks. Cork also provides wide variety in its retail selection, and a basic menu of appetizers consisting primarily of cheeses and tasty crackers. Oh, and its chic backroom can be rented out. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Cosmo

    Cosmo's Bar and Lounge

    1212 Skillman St. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-826-4200

    Walking into Lakewood's Cosmo's Bar and Lounge and hearing Yo La Tengo's “Autumn Sweater” is the perfect palate cleanser. The song, along with room – lit by red lamps scattered throughout – signals a change of pace from the outside world. Equally welcome tunes keep emanating from the jukebox: The Kinks, Devo and Michael Jackson – all artists that helped earned the dive bar a few Best Jukebox awards from the Observer. The semi-circular wooden bar, set atop a small platform in the corner of the room, is manned by a fast-working bartender who can whip up a French 75 almost as fast as he can pop the top off of a Lone Star. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Cowboy Up

    8837 Lebanon Road Frisco, TX 75034
    214-705-7590

  • Cowboy Up

    6030 Luther Lane Dallas, TX 75225
    214-361-2011

  • Cowboys Dance Hall

    Cowboys Dance Hall

    2540 E. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010
    817-265-1535

    http://www.cowboysdancehall.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=12&Itemid=18 Cowboys is a supermarket-sized country and Western bar, live music venue and honky-tonk, and it's designed to accommodate large crowds. Good thing, because it's located less than two miles south of Cowboys Stadium, The Ballpark in Arlington and Six Flags Over Texas. That means the place attracts many post-gamers and out-of-towners looking to experience a small slice of Texas. The bar comes complete with cowboys and cowgirls, boot scootin' and beer drinkin' and, naturally, a mechanical bull. There's a large stage in front of the huge dance floor located in the center of the club -- it's usually filled with folks two-stepping and kicking up their boots. And there are plenty of pool tables for wallflowers. Enormous lava lamps on the counter add a cool vibe to a few of the bars. More than half a dozen bars and beer stands are scattered throughout the venue. There's plenty of parking out front. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Cowboys Red River

    Cowboys Red River

    10310 Technology Blvd. W. Dallas, TX 75220
    214-352-1796

    http://www.cowboysdancehall.com Mostly a Western warehouse that brings in young country studs (such as Chris Cagle) and offers dance classes to teach you how to move to 'em. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Cowboys Stadium

    Cowboys Stadium

    925 N. Collins St. Arlington, TX 76011-6023
    817-892-5000

  • Cowtown Bowling Palace

    4333 River Oaks Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76114
    817-624-2151

    http://www.cowtownbowling.com

  • Craft and Growler

    Craft and Growler

    3601 Parry Ave. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-821-1122

    Officially open in November of 2012, Craft & Growler's warm mahogany interior initially seems better suited for a New England setting, although the beer list proves otherwise. The bar's 30 taps cover a diverse selection of craft beers, with a focus on Texas and Dallas-area microbrews. Apart from an incredibly knowledgeable and friendly staff of beer snobs, the cozy bar offers a unique service: You can choose from a wide selection of beer growlers, or bring your own growler and fill it with any of the tap beers to enjoy at home. A haven for beer-lovers of every sort, Craft & Growler is the sort of place that Hemingway would have frequented to finish a novel. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Crazy Horse Saloon

    Crazy Horse Saloon

    508 S. Elm St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-591-0586

    http://www.myspace.com/crazyhorsedentontx Crazy Horse Saloon & Dancehall is in the corner spot in a strip shopping plaza less than a mile outside of downtown Denton. Its website describes the 5-year-old saloon as a "honky-tonk college bar," but the saloon's drink specials, pool tables, dance floor and bar stools seem to attract more of a cowboy and biker crowd than the college bars closer to the square. There's a large hardwood dance floor surrounded by plenty of seating. Crazy Horse hosts karaoke on Tuesday and Thursday nights and live local bands, ranging from country and Western to rock 'n' roll, every Friday and Saturday night when they charge a $5 cover for 21 and up, and a $10 for under 21. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Crossroads Bar

    Crossroads Bar

    1803 N. Elm St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-808-1177

    Tucked away in an unassuming Denton shopping center, Crossroads Bar is just as the name suggests — a cross section of young students and old cowboys. It’s not uncommon to see people of all walks enjoying the bar’s cheap draft beers on the same night. The self-proclaimed “Best Little Beer Joint in Texas” boasts a series of flat-screens, viewable throughout the bar’s smoky interior. Live music permeates the bar throughout the week, offering karaoke on Tuesdays, live piano performances on Wednesdays and various Americana acts on weekends. On most nights you can find couples on the dance floor, two-stepping to country hits. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Crowbar Tattoo Saloon

    Crowbar Tattoo Saloon

    5704 Jacksboro Highway Fort Worth, TX 76114

    It’s easy to miss Crowbar Tattoo Saloon’s quaint building right off of Fort Worth’s long stretch of Jacksboro Highway. The tiny, smoky bar is in fact not a tattoo shop, but a watering hole for 20-somethings looking to catch live bands on the weekends, or adults looking for a quiet place to drink during the week. With just a Big Buck Hunter arcade game, a broken pool table and a slot machine in the corner, unless you come for the live music, Crowbar offers little by way of entertainment. A few beers on tap and decent jukebox are what are promised in Crowbar Tattoo Saloon’s small interior. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Crown & Harp

    The Crown & Harp

    1914 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-828-1914

    http://www.thecrownandharp.com If you've ever wondered about the difference between an Irish Pub and an English Pub, The Crown and Harp will set you straight. The new addition to Lower Greenville's bustling nightlife scene quickly moved in when The Cavern shut its doors late in 2010. According to Cole Hayden, the bar's new manager, the upstairs is an English Pub, and the downstairs is an Irish Pub -- both complete with a new coat of paint, wood paneling, a new beer and scotch-heavy drink menu, and a menu of traditional Irish/English pub-grub, which will be prepared in the kitchen of neighboring restaurant Daddy Jack's. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Cru: A Wine Bar

    Cru: A Wine Bar

    3699 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-526-9463

    http://www.cruawinebar.com Floor-to-ceiling wine racks set into the walls combined with purples and autumnal tones darken this swanky wine aficionados' destination. The low lighting adds a sense of chic and romance to Patrick Colombo's (of Sfuzzi and Ferré fame) West Village wine bar, open since 2002. Crú and its staff stock more than 300 bottles of wine, 50 high-end wines available by the glass, pairings with pizzas, cheese fondue and small plates as well as 14 daily wine flights. The latter include vertical tastings (samples of several vintages of the same varietals), which allow the patron to get an idea of how the changing seasons and weather patterns affect any given year's harvest. A dinner entrée menu is also offered. Among the executive chef Paul Singhapong's specialties are pan-seared diver sea scallops with spinach risotto and sun-dried tomato vinaigrette and beef tenderloin with mashed potatoes and wild mushroom sauce. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Cru Wine Bar

    Cru Wine Bar

    7201 Bishop Road Plano, TX 75024
    972-312-9463

    http://www.cruawinebar.com Floor-to-ceiling wine racks set into the walls combined with purples and autumnal tones darken this swanky wine aficionados' destination. The low lighting adds a sense of chic and romance to Patrick Colombo's (of Sfuzzi and Ferré fame) West Village wine bar, open since 2002. Crú and its staff stock more than 300 bottles of wine, 50 high-end wines available by the glass, pairings with pizzas, cheese fondue and small plates as well as 14 daily wine flights. The latter include vertical tastings (samples of several vintages of the same varietals), which allow the patron to get an idea of how the changing seasons and weather patterns affect any given year's harvest. A dinner entrée menu is also offered. Among the executive chef Paul Singhapong's specialties are pan-seared diver sea scallops with spinach risotto and sun-dried tomato vinaigrette and beef tenderloin with mashed potatoes and wild mushroom sauce. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Curtain Club

    Curtain Club

    2800 Main St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-742-6207

    http://www.curtainclub.com/curtainclub.php Sit outside and people watch, or find a smattering of local acts inside. Curtain gives baby bands their first shot, and the granddaddies of Texas music get a nice stage to come home to. An interesting detail, the walls are covered with local artist Cabe Booth's portraiture of headlining artists. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

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