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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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  • Habibi Cafe

    102 N. Mckinney St. Richardson, TX 75081-3335

  • Hailey

    Hailey's Club

    122 W. Mulberry St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-323-1160 Clean, colorful and comfortable, Hailey's sports a pool table and two large bars, plus one of the best craft-beer selections in Denton, including local greatness from Rahr and Franconia as well as fine Belgian ales and rotating seasonals. Those are all fine reasons to go, but the main attraction is the live music on the generously sized stage and powerful P.A. system. Little wonder that Hailey's is rivaled only by Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios when it comes to booking the hottest touring indie-rock groups and big local acts in Denton. Read more about Hailey's Club >>

  • Halls Cinema Products

    804 W. State St. Garland, TX 75040-6205

  • Hank

    Hank's Texas Grill

    1310 N. Central Expressway McKinney, TX 75069

  • Harbor Point Club and Grill

    Harbor Point Club and Grill

    2121 W. Buckingham Road Richardson, TX 75081
    972-231-9365 Open for nearly a decade before moving to its current location in 1996, Harbor Point Club & Grill is a bar and grill with a serious neighborhood bar character. There's a large, inviting central bar with plenty of bar stools, as well as a few tables and chairs for more intimate conversations. The joint offers patrons pool, darts and shuffleboard, with leagues for all three -- and there's a trophy wall. Karaoke's on Friday, and live bands plug in on Saturday nights, filling the smoke-filled bar with classic rock and blues. The menu, featuring burgers, salads, sandwiches and appetizers, is popular with the regulars, and the menu isn't your typical drop-it-in-the-frier fare. "Everything is handmade," one proud bartender proclaimed. Read more about Harbor Point Club and Grill >>

  • Hardbody's

    3101 E. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010-1408

  • Hardeman's Bar-B-Q

    2320 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. Dallas, TX 75215

  • Harder Bar

    1909 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-7438

  • Hat Tricks Sports Bar & Grill

    Hat Tricks Sports Bar & Grill

    101 E. Corporate Drive Lewisville, TX 75067
    972-315-8406 Owned by former Cowboys special teams coach Joe Avezzano, Hat Tricks boasts that it's the best small live music venue in North Texas. Not surprisingly, America's Team paraphernalia lays claim to most of the wall space, which surrounds a large central bar, pool tables and video games. The bar has a regular base of mostly middle-agers and a bit of a service industry following. Live music Thursday through Saturday features Texas country, with some cover bands and rock every now and then. Known for its pizza, Hat Tricks offers bar appetizers and $1 drafts during the week after 11p.m. along with karaoke and poker tournaments. Read more about Hat Tricks Sports Bar & Grill >>

  • Havana Bar & Grill

    Havana Bar & Grill

    4006 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75219
    214-526-9494 Havana brings a touch of Miami's South Beach to Cedar Springs, serving up pumping dance beats inside a white stucco building lit with multicolored lights. The club is deceptively larger than it appears from the street, with a spacious dance floor separating the bar from a set of high-backed booths along the building's south wall. An elevated booth cloaked in dangling beads keeps the DJs perched just above the dance floor. Expect to see a well-dressed crowed dancing to Latin, hip-hop and Top 40. Parking is scarce on Cedar Springs, so either bring cash for a valet or prepare for a stroll. Read more about Havana Bar & Grill >>

  • Havana Social Club

    Havana Social Club

    3030 Olive St. Dallas, TX 75219-7690

  • Hawley

    Hawley's Billiards

    5623 Alpha Road Dallas, TX 75240
    972-239-4846 Hawley's Billiards walks a fine line between typical pool hall and cozy neighborhood bar, so expect to see a good mix of serious players and novices cracking balls on the tables or sipping drinks at the bar. Before Hawley's opened there in 1993, its spot in a '70s-era shopping center was home to a handful of pool parlors. Today, Hawley's offers popular arcade games, foosball and darts in addition to the eight 8-foot and four 9-foot billiards tables. Now that Dallas has gone smoke-free, the smokers crowd around the heater on the patio area out front. Hawley's offers daily specials such as free pool on Mondays and Wednesdays, and Thursdays the bar offers "Jack, Jim or Jose" for $2. Read more about Hawley's Billiards >>

  • Henderson Tap House

    2323 N. Henderson Ave Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75206

  • Henderson Tap House

    2323 N. Henderson Ave Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75206

  • Henry's Place

    2541 Metropolitan Ave Dallas, TX 75215-3568

  • Hi/Lo

    2701 Guillot St. Dallas, TX 75204

    Part of the Mason Bar's expansion after being open only a few short months is its intimate first-floor speakeasy bar Hi/Lo. While the Mason Bar, a surprisingly good purveyor of well-balanced cocktails, is open on top, a trip downstairs reveals a different side to the coin. While Mason's main source of décor is framed concert posters from the heyday of Deep Ellum venue Trees, Hi/Lo offers a more dimly lit, plush setting. While the bar is available mostly for private parties, on a recent visit the bartender said they're toying with the idea of opening it to the public on weekends. Read more about Hi/Lo >>

  • Hickory Street Lounge

    Hickory Street Lounge

    212 Hickory St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-387-2222 Denton is a city full of bars where college students at the nearby University of North Texas campus can get hammered on a shoestring budget, but not at Hickory Street Lounge, Denton's answer to the retro Prohibition-era cocktail trend. You need to have a little more spending money to do that here, but while the philosophy of most neighboring bars is quantity over quality, Hickory Street Lounge invites its customers to stop and taste the drinks, mixed by quite possibly the only true mixologist in all of Denton. But the biggest sign of bar's desire to let the taste of its drinks shine through is the strict no-smoking policy, a breath of fresh air when bar-hopping in this college town. Read more about Hickory Street Lounge >>

  • Hidden Door

    Hidden Door

    5025 Bowser Ave. Dallas, TX 75209

  • Hide a Way Club

    3010 E. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010-1405

  • Hideaway Clubs

    4144 Buena Vista St. Dallas, TX 75204-7813

  • The Hideaway

    The Hideaway

    14902 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75254-9191

    Tucked in a little shopping strip off Preston Road, The Hideaway displays vintage posters of John Wayne and Marilyn Monroe who appear to be watching over a bar stocked with neighborhood regulars. A rectangular island bar sits on a platform surrounded by tons of tables, TVs and Golden Tee machines where the bartender really does know everyone's name. It's a good place to post up and pass some time during the week, with a menu more suited for a decent restaurant than a little dive. A daily happy hour from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. accompanies grub specials like fajita Wednesdays and rib-eye Saturdays. Read more about The Hideaway >>

  • Holland's Lounge

    1223 S. Industrial Blvd. Dallas, TX 75207-4702

  • Holy Grail Pub

    Holy Grail Pub

    8240 Preston Road Plano, TX 75024
    972-377-6633 From the dim lighting, vast beer selection, warm wood accents and various not-neon beer signs, the Holy Grail Pub is the quintessential North Texas take on a European pub. Open since the fall of 2009, the pub quickly earned a reputation for offering a wide variety of beer from bottles to draughts -- some 170 rotating selections with a few rare beers that range from $5 to $25 a serving. A full menu offers everything from "small bites" to "burgers" to "big plates," and the weekend brunch menu offered Saturday through Sunday (from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.) includes $4 mimosas and $5 mix-your-own "Custom Bloody Marys." Dartboards are in the back, and a few sets of European café style tables, chairs and umbrellas out front provide a perch for smokers. Read more about Holy Grail Pub >>

  • Home

    5627 Dyer St. Dallas, TX 75206-5003

  • Home Plate Sports Bar

    5922 Curzon Ave Fort Worth, TX 76107-5012

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