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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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  • Kaliente

    4350 Maple Ave. Dallas, TX 75219

  • Karen's On the Creek

    4654 White Settlement Road Fort Worth, TX 76114-3876

  • Katy Trail Ice House

    Katy Trail Ice House

    3127 Routh St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-468-0600 Dallas has plenty of ultra-lounges and dive bars in its watering-hole repertoire, but the city didn't have an ice house-inspired bar to speak of. The owners of the Barley House and Bryan Street Tavern filled that niche with a Texas-centric ice house complete with nearly 30 Texas beers on draft and several newly bottled Texas whiskeys. As the name suggests, the bar is located just off the Katy Trail, and since it's relying on outdoorsy types to stay in business, it has one of the biggest, most colorful patios in town. If you need something to soak up all the Texas suds, the bar has a full menu that includes dark-beer venison chili -- what else would you expect from a roadhouse menu? Read more about Katy Trail Ice House >>

  • Katy Trail Ice House Outpost

    Katy Trail Ice House Outpost

    4700 West Park Blvd. Plano, TX 75093

  • The Keg Steakhouse & Bar

    The Keg Steakhouse & Bar

    5760 SW Loop 820 @ Bryant-Irvin Road Fort Worth, TX 76132

  • Kelly

    Kelly's East Side Pub and Grill

    1422 K Ave. Plano, TX 75074-6227
    972-424-9200 Located near the heart of downtown Plano, this bar and restaurant has a warm, local hangout feel to it. The "pub and grill" offers a full menu, and keeps regulars coming back for lunch and dinner specials every Monday through Friday, as well as a 4 to 7 p.m. happy hour with complimentary appetizers. Kelly's boasts a hefty selection of beers with nearly 30 on tap and 30 that can be ordered by the bottle. There are TVs aplenty, so if you're seated at the bar you won't miss a second of a game. Read more about Kelly's East Side Pub and Grill >>

  • Kelly's Lounge

    106 Wichita St. Fort Worth, TX 76140-3231

  • Kennedy Room

    Kennedy Room

    2512 Maple Ave. Dallas, TX 75201

    A mere 350 square feet is all the Kennedy Room -- a small Kennedy-themed bar in Uptown -- is working with. Cramped seating and few tables may seem initially off-putting for people looking to grab drinks on a busy weekend, but there's room on the spacious outdoor patio offered in front of the pink Montaigne Club building on Maple Avenue. If you're lucky enough to grab one of the 10 or so tables and sparse bar stools, you can admire the Kennedy Room's overhanging Kennedy and Jackie O. mural, the penny-lacquered bar and classic cocktails it serves. Read more about Kennedy Room >>

  • The Kessler Theater

    The Kessler Theater

    1230 W. Davis St. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-272-8346 Known simply as "The Kessler" to insiders who frequent the recently remodeled theater, this Oak Cliff establishment has remained a fixture on the corner of Davis Street and Clinton Avenue since 1942. Over the years, it's been a movie theater and a revival tabernacle, but sat dormant from 1978 until 2009. With Oak Cliff's recent cultural resurgence, The Kessler has been renovated and reopened. Now, it functions as a dance studio, concert venue, an art gallery with a frequently changing gallery space and a bar that offers a much wider variety of drinks than your typical music venue. Locally brewed beers and well-priced spirits stream from the art deco designed bar, which has a 1930s New York feel--but according to the owner, The Kessler's vibe is "exclusively Oak Cliff." Read more about The Kessler Theater >>

  • Keys Lounge

    Keys Lounge

    5677 Westcreek Drive Fort Worth, TX 76133
    817-292-8627 Though it's changed owners multiple times, Keys has been up and running strong since the late 1970s. It's the hole-in-the-wall blues bar always stocked with neighborhood regulars who come for cheap beer and good tunes. Currently musician-owned and -run, Keys boasts that it showcases the best talent in Fort Worth, mostly blues with occasional rock or jazz. From the Monday night acoustic session, to the Thursday through Sunday open jam, every night of the week features some type of live music. Happy hour runs daily from opening to 8 p.m. With a stage, lounge-style tables and a disco-ball dance floor, Keys operates mainly as a music venue, but offers pool in the back room as well. Read more about Keys Lounge >>

  • KG

    KG's Sports Grill

    581 W. Debbie Lane Mansfield, TX 76063

  • King's Cabaret

    1602 Market Center Blvd. Dallas, TX 75207-3916

  • Kings X

    9191 Forest Lane Dallas, TX 75243-6239

  • Kinki Lounge

    Kinki Lounge

    3606 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-5632
    214-874-0400 According to promotional info on its website, Kinki Lounge is named for a region in Japan. But its mood is certainly enhanced by its kinky goings-on during theme nights like Provocateur Saturdays, which includes everything from go-go "dancers" and fire-eaters to "the horseman," a guy who gives clubgoers a ride on his back. In the back of the club, there's a glass-enclosed VIP room known as the Taboo Room that makes for a great place to watch the rest of the action, and even has its own separate bar, bartender and bottle service. Kinki's main bar is in the center of the lounge, and its cocktail waitresses and bottle servers wear uniforms that basically amount to lingerie and fishnet stockings. It's a dance club and lounge, and on Friday and Saturday nights, expect lines to get in, so, naturally, it helps to look good or be on the list. Read more about Kinki Lounge >>

  • Kirby

    Kirby's Prime Steakhouse

    3305 E. Highway 114 Grapevine, TX 76092
    817-410-2221 Says one long-time regular sitting at the bar of Kirby's: "This place has the best food in Southlake. We've been coming here for years." Turns out, the bar is full of people who have been frequenting the popular steakhouse since it opened in 1999. There's nothing fancy about the design of the place. The granite bar top juts out from the dark wood-paneled wall that displays bottles of expensive spirits. What keeps people coming back, say these regulars, aside from the menu full of prime cuts of beef, are the bartenders, who are experts in mixing drinks and even better at memorizing the names and stories of the folks who find themselves at the Kirby's bar. Read more about Kirby's Prime Steakhouse >>

  • Kismet Lounge

    Kismet Lounge

    3707 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-823-8883 With plush red velvet seating lining the walls, a spacious dance floor, and a long bar complete with an aquarium filled with exotic fish, this spot -- equal parts hookah bar, lounge, and dance club -- makes for a great hangout spot after eating at one of the nearby eateries on Lower Greenville Avenue. You can share a hookah under the bar's fiber optic twinkling "star-light" ceiling or sip on one of the unique creations from the specialty martini menu, which includes signature drinks like Pink In The Middle and Turkish Coffee Martini, the latter of which tastes just like liquid tiramisu. The booths can be reserved if you want bottle service while puffing on a hookah. Read more about Kismet Lounge >>

  • Knox Street Pub

    Knox Street Pub

    4447 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75205
    214-528-5100 Located a stone's throw from Knox on McKinney Avenue, Knox Street Pub provides its patrons a straightforward, no-frills neighborhood bar feel with a good-sized dance floor to boot. The Pub offers specials all seven days of the week and a bar-food menu with some Tex-Mex offerings to spice things up. There isn't much seating inside, other than stools at the bar and one comfy couch for dance-floor breaks, but the pub's front patio has plenty of wooden picnic tables and a second bar for open-air fountain-side mingling. Read more about Knox Street Pub >>

  • Kostas Cafe

    1050 W. Park Blvd. Plano, TX 75075-2648

  • Kostas Cafe

    4621 W. Park Blvd. Plano, TX 75093-2318

  • Krem


    3100 Independence Parkway Plano, TX 75075
    972-867-8700 While this club in Plano may be located in a strip shopping center, it doesn't skimp on bringing the suburbs the full ultra-lounge package. From Krem's valet parking to the modern mood lighting to the VIP section and massive fully stocked bar inside, the club definitely captures the feel of a downtown lounge. The club's interior flaunts white leather booth seating, dark walls, florescent blue under-lit tables and a marble-top bar. There's an elevated DJ booth that hosts the club's DJs Thursday through Sunday. Naturally, there's plenty of space to dance. Krem connects to its sister Sports bar, Twenty7, as both are owned by former Texas Ranger and Detroit Tiger Craig Monroe. Read more about Krem >>

  • Kristie's Bar & Grill

    3950 Rosemead Parkway Dallas, TX 75287

  • Kung Fu Saloon

    Kung Fu Saloon

    2911 Routh St. Dallas, TX 75201

  • Kush Mediterranean Bar & Grill

    Kush Mediterranean Bar & Grill

    2100 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-821-8997 Kush's front-to-back blue lighting and contemporary décor create a laid-back feel, inside and out, and the covered patio makes for a great place to relax during happy hour. This hookah lounge and Mediterranean bar and grill just recently started serving lunch (featuring some great on-a-budget offerings, like a burger, fries and a beer for under $5), but the place's real strong point is the nightlife. The lounge feature DJs most nights of the week with no cover and on Tuesdays serves up $2 draft beers, shots and a wide assortment of drinks from whiskey and coke to tequila sunrise to sex on the beach, which, by the way, is also one of the available shisha flavors you can order to smoke in a hookah. Read more about Kush Mediterranean Bar & Grill >>