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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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  • G Willikers Pub

    G Willikers Pub

    310 109th St. Arlington, TX 76011-6862

    G Willikers Pub wraps itself around an island bar practically the size of the entire place. Dark and seedy but comfortable with low ceilings, the bar is mainly frequented by a neighborhood crowd for karaoke, featured every night of the week. Dark wood-paneled walls and a carpeted floor lend the feel of a trailer home more than a bar. Old-timers post up next to a pool table and video slots in the corner to watch the younger kids belt out a tune. The bar is packed with regulars, and its tables are often strung with balloons for a birthday party. Read more about G Willikers Pub >>

  • Galaxy Club

    2820 Main St. Dallas, TX 75226-1501

  • The Garage at The Pour House

    The Garage at The Pour House

    2725 W. 7th St. Fort Worth, TX 76107
    817-335-2575 The Pour House occupies a large building in West Fort Worth, where its owners recently expanded into an unoccupied side room. But instead of keeping with the Pour House's sports-bar theme, they decided to create something aimed at the ultra-lounge set. The shiny bar showcases several different brands of vodka, and sleek, modern couches line the walls, leaving a large dance space on the stained concrete floor. And on rare nights in Texas when the weather is just right, several massive garage doors open up to the patio. Read more about The Garage at The Pour House >>

  • The Garage

    The Garage

    113 Ave. A Denton, TX 76201
    940-383-0045 Established in 2008 in the old Muthers' pool hall location, this Fry Street area bar is just steps away from The University of North Texas. So expect to see the place packed with college-age folks for The Garage's 5 to 11 p.m. happy hour. Live music provides an alternative to the jukebox most Friday and Saturday nights. There's a patio and several pool tables, foosball and some arcade games to pass the time when not relaxing in The Garage's booths -- made of old car seats, complete with headrests. On any given night, you'll spot plenty of UNT T-shirts and ball caps. The Garage offers many popular daily drink specials, such as 50-cent wells on Wednesday nights, $4 pitchers on Sundays or 50 cent drafts for Monday Night Football. Read more about The Garage >>

  • Garland Square

    150 N. 6th St. Garland, TX 75040

  • Garza's Cue Club

    2310 W. Main St. Grand Prairie, TX 75050-4926

  • Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill

    10261 Technology Boulevard E. Dallas, TX 75220

  • Gasoline Alley

    788 S. Mill St. Lewisville, TX 75057

  • Gators Croc & Roc Rooftop Restaurant, Bar , and Group Dining of the West End / Dallas

    Gators Croc & Roc Rooftop Restaurant, Bar , and Group Dining of the West End / Dallas

    1714 N. Market Dallas, TX 75202
    214-748-0243 Though Gator's Croc & Roc is located in Dallas' West End, everything from the 'gators hung from the rafters to the cheery wait staff to the frozen drink machines behind the bar make this casual party bar and restaurant feel like Bourbon Street. These drink machines churn out brightly colored specialty drinks ranging from margaritas and strawberry daiquiris to Blue Hawaiians and the, um, "Lethal Weapon 2." The menu enhances the New Orleans feel with its predominantly Cajun and seafood dishes. Gator's also offers burgers, sandwiches, salads and a few Tex-Mex favorites. Its website touts the nightly "racy" piano entertainment. And new patrons shouldn't be surprised to see folks dancing atop Gator's snow-white grand piano. The space can be rented out for private parties, and it's a popular spot for bachelor/ bachelorette parties. Read more about Gators Croc & Roc Rooftop Restaurant, Bar , and Group Dining of the West End / Dallas >>

  • Gatsby's Bicycle Bar

    1914 Commerce St. Dallas, TX 75201-5205

  • Ghetto Club

    1645 Starks Ave Dallas, TX 75215-4926

  • Gilley

    Gilley's Dallas

    1135 S. Lamar Dallas, TX 75215
    214-421-2021 There's been a lot of confusion surrounding Gilley's ever since South Side Music Hall opened. The entire building is known as Gilley's Complex, but the big question is: Which of the complex's four venues is actually known as Gilley's? Here's the lowdown: Gilley's is South Side Music Hall. It's called Gilley's when Country and Western shows like, say, The Big D Opry take place. For the rock and roll shows it's called South Side Music Hall. Despite the alternating name, the cavernous venue's look remains the same. But thanks to the warm-lodge look of the interior's stone walls, it feels more natural as a country music venue. It doesn't hurt that the wood floor offers plenty of room for line dancing. Read more about Gilley's Dallas >>

  • The Gin Mill

    The Gin Mill

    1921 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-824-3343 There's a growing popularity with Prohibition-era cocktails in Dallas bars. The Gin Mill is yet another place jumping on board the trend; as the name suggests, patrons can ask for an Old Fashioned or Aviation from the bartender and not be met with a "Huh?" The Gin Mill opened on Henderson Avenue in East Dallas in the space once occupied by Bar Celine. As such, all of Bar Celine's decorations - the draping pastel-colored velvet curtains on the walls, decadent sconces and plush furniture -- have all gone untouched. Read more about The Gin Mill >>

  • Ginger Man

    Ginger Man

    3716 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76107-3354
    817-886-2327 The food is pretty basic: sandwiches, pretzels and salads. The beer selection, on the other hand, is top-notch. An excellent variety of imports and hard-to-find domestic craft brews is constantly updated. A big outdoor patio and warm wood interior makes this a brewhound's destination in any weather. Read more about Ginger Man >>

  • Ginger Man

    Ginger Man

    2718 Boll St. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-754-8771 This Ginger Man location in an old two-story house really takes the "public house" origins of the word seriously. The pub offers up picnic style seating in the beer garden out back, an upstairs lounge with its own bar, and a balcony with still more picnic tables under a covered patio. This Ginger Man has been serving patrons in the Uptown area for nearly 20 years. Today, the bar has more than 80 draft beers to choose from, with another 100 or so bottled beer offerings. Downstairs, there's a spacious dog-friendly patio, but Ginger Man tends to fill up quickly -- inside and out -- during happy hours, as do all the nearby parking spots. If you like a good ghost story, just ask the bar staff or one of the servers, as there are rumors the old house-turned-pub is haunted. Read more about Ginger Man >>

  • The Ginger Man Lakewood

    6341 La Vista Drive Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75214

  • Gizmos Disco

    7709 Camp Bowie West Blvd Fort Worth, TX 76116-6415

  • Glass


    1899 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-740-1899 In the world of ultra lounges, bigger is better - at least according to Walter Minhoto, manager of Uptown's massive club Glass. He claims that the 58-foot bar is the largest in the city, and the chandelier that hangs in the adjacent room is the largest in any Texas club. Outfitted with sleek marble floors and walls, Glass would feel like a museum were it not for the neon lasers shooting from the ceiling. The VIP sections offer bottle service and sit in the center of the main room, divided from the not-so-VIP area by hanging beads. The beads don't offer much privacy, but who doesn't want to be seen at a place called Glass? Read more about Glass >>

  • Glass Boot Biergarten

    Glass Boot Biergarten

    1804 McMillan Ave Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75205 If you don’t want to head out to the suburbs to get your German fix, a newcomer to the Knox-Henderson neighborhood offers a taste of Bavaria. Glass Boot Biergarten is a place to drink beer, first and foremost. They have large mugs and boot-shaped glasses that they’ll fill with a small selection of German beers, in addition to a wide selection of the cans and bottles you’ll find at most of the party bars along Henderson Avenue. You won’t find sausages like these elsewhere, though. You can order a plump bierwurst with a finely ground and springy texture, and other German links like smaller Nürnbergers, which come in pairs, Weisswurst and Knockwurst. Or maybe you’d prefer to nibble on a smoky Polish Kolbasse or even smokier Cajun Andouille. And to prove that no sausage is left behind, a mild Italian sausage joins a number of Franken-sausages made with ingredients including chicken and cheese. Read more about Glass Boot Biergarten >>

  • Glass Cactus

    Glass Cactus

    1501 Gaylord Trail Grapevine, TX 76051
    817-778-2800 The massive complex in the middle of rural Grapevine known as the Gaylord Texan is home to one of the largest hotels in the DFW area. It's a great one-stop shop for weekend getaways including shopping, spa treatments, food and entertainment -- at the center of which is the Glass Cactus. The Western-style venue on the Gaylord Texan campus hosts some of the area's hottest cover bands and the occasional touring act. But it's more than just a concert venue. The large dance floor invites you to cut loose, and with the help of the impressive beer and cocktail menu, event the most reluctant dancer will find their rhythm. Read more about Glass Cactus >>

  • The Globe

    525 Riverfront Blvd Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75207

  • Go Lounge

    5000 Ross Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-7707

  • The Goat

    The Goat

    7248 Gaston Ave. Dallas, TX 75214
    214-327-8119 This neighborhood dive bar hosts blues bands every night, so sit back to watch the music, join in on an open jam night (or karaoke Sundays) or chill out in the back with the shuffleboard table. Read more about The Goat >>

  • Gold Bar

    4291 Belt Line Rd Addison, TX 75001-4510

  • Gold Nugget

    2602 W. Division St. Arlington, TX 76012-4803

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