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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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  • Diamond Jim

    Diamond Jim's Saloon

    305 Great SW Parkway Arlington, TX 76011

    For bikers, punks and metalheads, Diamond Jim's is the kick-ass live music venue where leather jackets and tattoos are king. A small stage in the dark and smoky space is the home of Rogue Radio, the house cover band, where Thursday night contestants take the stage with the band for "Rogue-okie" karaoke. Tons of tables and booths rim the mosh pit/dance floor and a balcony upstairs offers a spot to watch the action from above. There are pool tables and foosball; Tuesday nights feature the Platinum Poker Club; and for something different, the bar hosts free Latin dance lessons Sunday nights. Read more about Diamond Jim's Saloon >>

  • Dino

    Dino's Sports Bar and Grill

    2707 Race St. Fort Worth, TX 76111
    817-222-2608 Classic rock cover bands on Saturday nights make Dino's half music venue, half pool hall. It's a good old Texas bar, one large open space with lots of tables and a worn wooden bar the length of the back wall. Jäger and Tuaca shots are always three dollars, and a menu served to 3 p.m. includes a typical bar fare of wings, skins and onion rings, also with sandwiches, salads and a little Tex-Mex. Since 2008, it's been a bar out of its element in a suburban neighborhood, drawing a crowd mixed with after-work business types early and a Hispanic following late-night. Read more about Dino's Sports Bar and Grill >>

  • The Dirty Rooster

    604 W. Bethany Allen, TX 75013

  • Disco Centro

    7879 Spring Valley Rd Dallas, TX 75254-2855

  • Discoteca Mexico

    813 N. McDonald St. McKinney, TX 75069

  • Dish Restaurant and Lounge

    Dish Restaurant and Lounge

    4123 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75219-3535
    214-522-3474 Modern, plush and inviting doesn't begin to describe this hot spot that hits all the concepts in the chic restaurant-lounge instruction manual. The 5500 square-foot Dish is bedazzled. It has lighting fit for a club; coves for intimate rendezvous; geometric bump-outs on the walls; chain-mail drapery; and a patio that channels an island getaway. The affordable menu includes selections with locally sourced items (barbecue braised short ribs with Lucky Layla buttery mash) as well as unique cocktails (strawberry basil margarita). It's as if nightlife impresario Tim McEneny (LIFT and Dragonfly at Hotel ZaZa) and his partner/chef Doug Brown (Beyond the Box) were gunning for a sure thing. Read more about Dish Restaurant and Lounge >>

  • The Dive Bar & Grill

    3685 Preston Rd Frisco, TX 75034

  • Doc's Drive In

    5318 S. 2nd Ave. Dallas, TX 75210-3303

  • Dolphin Lounge

    1404 N. Industrial Blvd. Dallas, TX 75207-3912

  • Door

    3202 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75226-1533

  • The Door Dallas

    The Door Dallas

    2513 Main St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-742-3667 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 (with a slant toward pop, rock, punk rock and pop-punk). Together with its sister venue, The Prophet Bar, The Door hosts acts nearly every night of the week. An always up-to-date online calendar lets concertgoers easily find out what bands will be on which venue's stage. A large wraparound bar serves up specials. It's a huge space with plenty of room in the back where the chaperones tend to gather. Just be prepared to pay a cover. Read more about The Door Dallas >>

  • The Door Fort Worth

    2521 Rodeo Plaza Fort Worth, TX 76106
    817-624-6736 The sister club to the Deep Ellum original offers local kids, teens and adults a chance to see Christian rock groups other than in their church or a coffeehouse. (Non-Christian bands do play here as well.) A single large room with a stage in front, a non-alcoholic bar in back and that's about it. Read more about The Door Fort Worth >>

  • Double Duce

    14010 C F Hawn Frwy Dallas, TX 75253-5415

  • Double-Wide


    3510 Commerce St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-887-6510 Dallas' most hilariously-awesome theme bar is, without a doubt, Double Wide. True to its name, the interior of the bar is set up like the inside of a very seedy double-wide trailer. Bad paintings of nude women from the 70s and weird stuffed creatures line the wood panel walls. The patio floor is made of green Astro-turf, the patio chairs are toilets, and the small concert venue showcases some of the best local and national rock bands. Read more about Double-Wide >>

  • The Draft House

    The Draft House

    3940 Rosemeade Parkway Dallas, TX 75287

    Upon entering this North Dallas watering hole, you are quick to realize why it's called The Draft House. The wall at the end of the U-shaped, wooden bar is crowded with taps, ranging from exotic imports like Hoegarden to bar-room staples like Bud Light. But it isn't just a beer bar. Catering to the preferences of the surrounding Carrollton and Addison neighborhoods, there is plenty else to do here. The televisions that crowd your peripheral vision make it difficult to decide whether to examine the food and drink menu or to watch the game. But if neither of those options strike your fancy, there are several arcade games that line the back wall. Read more about The Draft House >>

  • Draft Picks Sports Bar & Grill

    Draft Picks Sports Bar & Grill

    703 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75219
    972-993-3636 Much like the other bars that share the West End neighborhood with Draft Picks, the idea is that bigger is better. If it weren’t for the attractive waitresses delivering beers to the tables on the outside of the room, you’d think you were in a movie theater. The bar’s back wall is covered with a massive screen, on which games, fights and other various sporting events are projected. The rest of the room, lined with exposed brick walls, has a few nooks with couches and lounging areas, all within view of the big screen, and other, smaller flat-screens. Read more about Draft Picks Sports Bar & Grill >>

  • The Dram

    The Dram

    2918 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206 There are a number of spots to wet your whistle on the Henderson Avenue corridor, most of which offer a somewhat elevated food menu and craft cocktails. But at The Dram, there's not a food menu in sight. They don't need one. The cocktails are reason enough to go. And so is the atmosphere. Plush furniture fills the low-lit space, and the padded wallpaper features a well-curated collage of art, both vintage and new. The Dram is decadent without feeling like a pretentious ultra-lounge, drawing an eclectic mix of drinkers. Read more about The Dram >>

  • Dreams

    525 S. Industrial Blvd. Dallas, TX 75207-4501

  • Dublin Square

    6651 Fossil Bluff Drive Fort Worth, TX 76137-6580

  • The Dubliner

    The Dubliner

    2818 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-818-0911 Guinness lovers and lovers of camaraderie converge at this casual and welcoming Irish pub. The beer certainly reflects the Emerald Isle influences, on tap are Guinness, Harp, Smithwick's, Newcastle and a rotating selection of featured beer. The bottles are heavy on the Irish and UK suds with some domestic and international brews, whiskey and other spirits rounding out the menu. The food is decidedly American bar grub, mostly sandwiches. The closest the menu gets to the other side of the pond is a spiced Welsh rarebit of cheddar, Smithwick's Ale, worcestershire sauce, tomatoes, scallions and bacon. Whether you stop by for a pint or a nosh you'll be kept warm by the crackling fireplace inside in the winter or cooled down while chatting up new friends on the air-conditioned patio in the summer. Read more about The Dubliner >>

  • Dugout of Addison Circle

    5076 Addison Circle Addison, TX 75001-3332

  • Duncanville Lions Club

    Lions Trail Duncanville, TX 75116

  • Durango Club

    3608 N. Main St. Fort Worth, TX 76106-4349

  • Durango Night Club

    9911 Denton Drive Dallas, TX 75220-5439

  • Dyer Street Bar

    Dyer Street Bar

    5527 Dyer St. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-282-3765 It may not be possible for a dive bar to be located this close to SMU, but Dyer Street Bar is the next best thing. The crowd is generally within five years of trading in the fake ID for a real one. It's invitingly smoky and dark, with a scarred hardwood bar, concrete floor, dartboard, a stained pool table and one cheap plastic foosball table. Other coin-operated diversions include a jukebox with a decent alt-rock selection, Silver Strike and Big Buck Hunter. Read more about Dyer Street Bar >>

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