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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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  • Fahrenheit DFW

    907 Houston St. Fort Worth, TX 76102

  • Family Karaoke

    Family Karaoke

    11433 Goodnight Lane Dallas, TX 75229
    469-522-0365 Some people don't like karaoke, or would prefer to sit there and just watch the fun. That's cool. But just trust that at Family Karaoke--where parties of up to 25 can reserve private sound-proofed rooms with wait-service who bring pitchers of beer, carafes of neon goodness and ample Jell-O shots, as well as tasty pub grub and Korean nosh--the power of the mic will compel you to at least pick up a tambourine (supplied), if not join in a sing-along. Plus, the monitors play magical scenes of Korean music videos and soap opera equivalents that will knock you free of all reality even if the the soju hasn't already. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Fan Sports Lounge

    2990 N. Olive St. Dallas, TX 75219

  • Far West

    Far West

    7331 Gaston Ave. Dallas, TX 75214-4131

    Despite its name, this massive Tejano club is located in East Dallas, only minutes away from White Rock Lake. Tejano enthusiasts, scantily clad women and those looking to blow off steam come together on Far West's several dance floors. One room specializes in Tejano music, and another plays dance and hip-hop. The club also features live music and frequently operates as a banquet hall for weddings, high school dances and other private events. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Fare Room

    10723 Composite Drive Dallas, TX 75220

  • The Fare

    2711 Majesty Arlington, TX 76011

  • Fearing


    2121 Mckinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75201-1873

  • Ferrari

    Ferrari's Italian Villa

    14831 Midway Road Addison, TX 75001
    972-980-9898 Owner Francesco Secchi is from Sardinia and has additional island experience from stints with the Royal Caribbean and Royal Viking cruise lines, so he's developed solid creature-of-the-sea expertise. Try the scampi alle fiamme (jumbo shrimp in garlic, olive oil, pinot grigio and brandy served with linguini and flambéed at your table) or the risotto with camberi and calamari (arborio rice with fresh calamari, shrimp, spinach, onions, garlic, black olives and tomatoes). You might meet Francesco if you order the crepe suzette, as he sometimes prepares this sweet, flambéed dessert while chatting with customers at their tables. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Ferrari

    Ferrari's Italian Villa

    1200 William D. Tate Ave. Grapevine, TX 76051
    817-251-2525 Ferrari's Italian Villa is known throughout Grapevine as a pretty swanky Italian restaurant, big on class and even bigger on food. The little circular bar that sits under a very cool abstract octopus chandelier is the jewel in Ferrari's crown. The shelves holding the bottles of high-dollar spirits emit bright light that makes each translucent bottle look more appetizing than the last. The friendly and able bartenders seem happy to chat but are never intrusive, whether they're wiping the marble bar top or shaking up Ferrari's signature martinis. If you're in the mood to try several different flavors without risking a terrible headache the next day, try a martini flight, which is three ounce-and-a-half samples of Ferrari's signature martinis. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Fillmore Pub

    The Fillmore Pub

    1004 E. 15th St. Plano, TX 75074
    972-423-2400 This new Irish-style pub offers great cheese boards, sliders with fries and pommes frites with a dipping-sauce trio of interesting alternatives to plain old ketchup. Befitting of a Euro-style pub, the Fillmore is clean and beautifully decorated with polished wood and sports sturdy, scarred, wooden tables. Unlike most bars in Ireland, though, it's kept dark. And, as one would expect from former Old Monk employees, it offers a sprawling beer selection of imports and domestic craft brews. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Filthy McNasty

    Filthy McNasty's Saloon

    114 W. Exchange Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76164

  • The Finish Line Club

    12037 Camp Bowie W. Blvd. Aledo, TX 76008

  • Fire Oak Grill

    Fire Oak Grill

    114 Austin Ave. Weatherford, TX 76086
    817-598-0400 The terms "fine dining" and "Weatherford" are no longer mutually exclusive. This restaurant and bar serves up the likes of Chilean sea bass, lobster and steak along with a nice wine selection. But with its walls covered with local artists' work and an interesting array of original cocktails served up at the bar, you don't have to have a meal to enjoy yourself. The bar also plays host to live music every Thursday night, bringing in country, Americana and Western swing artists--plus the occasional appearance of former Big Star bassist Andy Hummel's new band. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Firefly


    14905 Midway Road Addison, TX 75001-4957
    972-788-9210 This pan-Asian restaurant takes the tapas craze and runs with it. Small plates, appetizers and hors d'oeuvres don't go by those terms, but rather are renamed tapas. A small bowl of pho is a hot tapa. The tuna tower is a cold tapa. The signature Firefly Rolls (grilled pork, mango, mixed greens, mint, vermicelli and peanuts with a jalapeño vinaigrette) are spring rolls tapas. Some tapas options have more substantial brethren. A bowl of udon is one of them. But that is not what draws people to Firefly. It's all about the happy hour and all-you-can-eat sushi specials. These offerings are cheap and allow for marathon eating. The lunch sushi deal is a mere $10.95. The dinner price sees an increase of $12. Happy-hour drink deals start at $1.75. All the menus are severely limited, but your pocketbook doesn't have to be. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Fireside Pies

    Fireside Pies

    2820 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-370-3916 While it bills itself as a neighborhood joint, Fireside Pies is still a chain, albeit a local one. It slings out crusty, pecan-wood-fired oven pizzas, like the fresh mozzarella (market tomatoes, hand-torn basil and balsamic vinegar) and the spicy Italian sausage with scamorza and roasted red onions. The rustic method of making pies is echoed by the cedar and copper design elements. Fireside negotiates a fine line between importing goods from Italy and using local ingredients. Among the latter are the mozzarella and scamorza from Paula Lambert's Mozzarella Company as well as Jimmy's sausage from Jimmy's Italian Food Store in Old East Dallas. Customers here rave about the pizza while supporting hometown business. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Fireside Pies

    Fireside Pies

    5717 Legacy Drive Plano, TX 75024-3689
    972-398-2700 While it bills itself as a neighborhood joint, Fireside Pies is still a chain, albeit a local one, but one slinging out crusty, pecan-wood-fired oven pizzas like the fresh mozzarella (market-bought tomatoes, hand-torn basil and balsamic vinegar) and the Jimmy's spicy Italian sausage with scamorza and roasted red onions. The old-world-inspired method of crafting pizza pies is echoed by the rustic cedar and copper design elements. Enjoy the eats in a comfortable booth, on an all-weather patio or at the bar, where you can witness the pizza magic happen. Fireside negotiates a fine line between importing goods from Italy, like Parmagiano Reggiano and prosciutto, and using local ingredients, among them the mozzarella and scamorza purchased from the Dallas Mozzarella Company. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Fish Shack

    Fish Shack

    700 E. 15th St. Plano, TX 75074
    469-229-0838 Surely the fry cooks at the defunct Long John Silvers location that now houses Fish Shack never imagined fashioning whitefish ceviche or grilling rainbow trout, both can"t-miss specialties at this humble counter-service joint in Plano. What elevates the offerings is fish fresh enough to please even a one-legged pirate: Delivery trucks visit the restaurant no fewer than four times a week. But fans of battered seafood needn"t despair. Other menu stand-outs include delicate crab cakes, perfectly executed hush puppies and greaseless coconut shrimp, dabbed with sweet marmalade. And while fresh Gulf-style seafood may be the main attraction here, but the happy hours alone are almost worth the trip. Drafts are $2.50-and that includes craft brews from Hawaii's Kona Brewery, not just the usual Bud and Coors lights. Classic rock on the P.A. and a relaxed family-friendly atmosphere draws a diverse neighborhood crowd to this small, comfortable shack. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Fish

    The Fish

    3636 Mckinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204-1422
    214-522-0071 At this sushi and sashimi house, diners get two things: glitz and fish. High ceilings; a red and black color scheme; a tremendous glass wine cage; an aquarium behind the bar; and mosaic tile walls that give this eatery a swanky, mod ambience. The offerings run the gamut from seasonal crawfish and giant clam to the unexpected (e.g., cheeseburger roll, which contains no beef). The chefs also venture into sci-fi/fantasy-inspired rolls. Such examples of this adventurous cookery are the fiery Godzilla (fresh salmon with chopped onions, jalapeño and green Tabasco). Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Five Elements Grill & Bar

    3937 N. Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75204

  • The Flame Steakhouse

    3375 W. Euless Blvd. Euless, TX 76040

  • Flight Bar

    Flight Bar

    1200 William D Tate Ave. Grapevine, TX 76051-4030
    817-251-2525 One of Grapevine's swankier joints, Flight Bar is connected to Ferarri's Italian Villa-home to pretty expensive, but delicious Italian cuisine. Flight Bar is named after its Martini selection. They offer flights of three Martinis ranging from our personal favorite, The Bond, which features a dirty Martini, a pickle brine Martini, and a jalapeno Martini, to sweeter, more decadent choices. The sleek, dark look of the interior suggests that Flight Bar is Grapevine's answer to the ultra-lounge, but the place is more about the drinks than it is the scene. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Flying Saucer

    111 E. 3rd St. Fort Worth, TX 76102

    The specialty of any pub-restaurant is, of course, food that goes well with beer. The dishes here--lots of wursts, sandwiches and snack-type foods--surpass standard pub fare, but the main attraction at this Sundance Square establishment is beer, with more than 75 varieties on tap and close to 200 in bottles. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium

    The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium

    14999 Montfort Drive Dallas, TX 75254-7519
    972-991-7093 Known more for its extensive beer menu than its basic bar grub menu, Flying Saucer has more than a dozen locations, and this one makes good use of an old Colter's Texas BBQ joint. The bar has more than 200 beers to choose from, with a whopping 90-plus beers on draft. While it can be tough to select from the extensive menu, the nubile bar maids dressed in plaid schoolgirl skirts tend to be more than happy to help you whittle down your selection. Because it's located in Addison, Flying Saucer allows smoking indoors, which makes it feel more pub-like than other similar watering holes in Dallas. After 8:30 p.m. the establishment starts checking photo IDs and only admits folks 21 and up. Regulars, known as "beerknurds," can join the "U.F.O. Club," which keeps track of the beers they've tried. Once someone tries all 200 they are eligible for the bar's "Ring of Honor." Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Flying Saucer on the Lake

    Flying Saucer on the Lake

    4821 Bass Pro Drive Garland, TX 75043
    972-226-0725 The Flying Saucer is a local chain that has one person in mind-the adventurous beer drinker. The Saucer has over 100 beers on tap from all over the world, and even more in bottles. The selection is constantly rotating, so in order to keep up, you must visit often. Not only is it a great bar to frequent regularly, it has several big annual events where 15-20 craft beers in 4oz. samples, are well, sampled. What's even better is that the events take place lakeside, so the cool breeze from Lake Ray Hubbard adds a special element to the exotic suds you no doubt will be enjoying soon. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Foundation Room

    2200 N. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75202-1006

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