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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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  • La Bare

    La Bare

    2102 W. Northwest Highway Dallas, TX 75220
    972-333-3332 Bachelorette parties, birthdays and girls' nights out have made La Bare a hunky, muscle-bound success since 1978. On the main stage, faux policemen, Marines, firemen and cowboys dance beneath strobe lights for an enthusiastic crowd whose screams nearly drown out the pounding club music. Smaller round stages feature a rotating crew of entertainers and can be reserved for parties. (Chairs and a ledge around the smaller stages allow their use as tables.) An upbeat, energetic vibe, drink specials during the week and a candle-lit VIP room draw a crowd most nights. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • La Bare

    2102 NW Highway Garland, TX 75041-4838

  • La Duni Latin Cafe

    La Duni Latin Cafe

    4620 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75205
    214-520-7300 This "Latin brasserie," sprung from the mind of ZuZu Handmade Mexican Food chain co-founder Espartaco Borga, is a collision of homespun recipes from Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Venezuela, Colombia, Mexico and Cuba. This makes for a sexy assortment of enchiladas, salads, quesadillas, grilled marinated picanha steaks and sandwiches on fresh-baked rolls. La Duni also has a terrific wine list cataloging some 89 wines, all of them from Spain and South America and all of them available by the half-glass, glass and half-bottle, or by the bottle. Fresh house-baked goods are served daily, and La Duni is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, which makes you wonder how wine is served before 10 a.m. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • La Duni Latin Kitchen and Baking Studio

    La Duni Latin Kitchen and Baking Studio

    4264 Oak Lawn Ave. Dallas, TX 75219
    214-520-6888 This Highland Park branch of Taco and Dunia Borga's popular Latin fusion eatery is more café -- albeit one writ large (the main dining room sits 90) -- than restaurant. The menu is still full of award-wining fare, beginning with coffee at first light and breakfast pastries made by pastry chef Dunia. Lunch and dinner include what the Borgas call "Latin, or Mestizo, flavored foods," including grillados (grilled sandwiches), and family-style platters, like pollo criollo and bife de cuadril. The Gaucho Steak, an Argentine-inspired rib-eye presentation and enough for three, is a big dinner draw. But what distinguishes this La Duni from the other two outposts are the signature baked treats, like guava and cheese Gloria and the banana mantecada enjoyable at Mojito bar. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • La Margarita Mexican Restaurant

    2922 N. Belt Line Road Irving, TX 75062-5247

  • The Labb Sports Lounge

    The Labb Sports Lounge

    218 W. Oak St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-293-4240 The Labb Sports Lounge is the newest bar on the Denton Square, but its regulars have been going there for years. That's because The Labb has continued with a format similar to the last bar to occupy the cavernous space, Texas 8 Ball. It has switched focus in one area, though: food. The Labb now offers sandwiches and other pub grub menu items to the droves of hungry college students from the nearby University of North Texas campus. Also catering to college kids are the ridiculously low happy hour drink prices every night of the week. Monday offers $2 margaritas and $2.50 Mexican beer. And for the really thirsty, The Labb has Jim Beam on tap. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Lake House Bar & Grill

    7510 E. Northwest Highway Dallas, TX 75214

  • Lake House Bar and Grill

    Lake House Bar and Grill

    7510 E. Northwest Highway Dallas, TX 75214
    214-957-4412 Located less than a mile away from White Rock Lake, just off of Northwest Highway, Lake House Bar & Grill is a far cry from an actual lake house. Although the lake house theme saturates every bit of the bar's decor, from water lifesavers to paddles, the bar's building sits in a parking lot, faces a highway and has not a single view of the water. What makes up for the misleading name is the bar's attentive service, neighborhood-friendly atmosphere and very affordable prices. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Lakewood Growler

    6448 E. Mockingbird Lane Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75214

  • Lakewood Growler

    6448 E. Mockingbird Lane Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75214

  • Lakewood Landing

    Lakewood Landing

    5818 Live Oak St. Dallas, TX 75214
    214-823-2410 The place's slogan, "An Upscale Dive," presents two problems. First, many would make the argument that it's a contradiction in terms. And second, there's the matter of self-identification: A dive can't know it's a dive. Yet it still qualifies as one of "Dallas's Most Authentic Dive Bar". In the Landing's defense, the food and drinks are cheap, and the place welcomes all to come and slump into one of its booths dimly lit by a vintage Bud lamp. Decoration is mostly of the sentimental variety, with photos of beloved regulars and a shrine to the late, beehived waitress Lucille. The CD jukebox is heavy on local bands, indie-rock and classic country, and the menu offers up everything from burgers to tacos. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Lakewood

    Lakewood's 1st & 10

    6465 E. Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX 75214-2454
    214-826-0110 Strewn with sports memorabilia and about 97 big-screen TVs, this clean, spacious bar exists for one purpose and one purpose only: sports. That said, if the game on TV doesn't hold your attention, the Barbie-doll waitresses, fried bar food, signature cocktails and pricey draft beers will. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Lambert

    Lambert's Steaks, Seafood & Whiskey

    2731 White Settlement Road Fort Worth, TX 76107
    817-882-1161 As advertised in the name, Lambert's has a variety of steaks, seafood and a very well stocked whiskey shelf. A visit to this West Fort Worth restaurant and bar means a good meal at a classy place with a laid-back atmosphere. The bartender boasts that "You can get a $2 can of Pabst Blue Ribbon or a $500 bottle of Cristal." The regulars at Lambert's -- TCU alums and Fort Worth's old-money elites -- seem to appreciate the variety. All are dressed down, but they don't hesitate to drop big bucks on a bottle of wine or a dram of scotch. The wild boar heads that line the white brick wall and the stacks of firewood in the aging building's corner add to the Cowtown steakhouse's character, and the friendly staff and talkative bartender make all feel welcome -- even those there for the $2 PBR. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Larry Flynt's Hustler Club

    202 Commerce Shreveport, LA 71101

  • Le Vu

    Le Vu'

    2505 Pacific Ave. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-280-0738 Le Vu’ is an upscale dance club and lounge on Pacific Avenue that got people talking early in its run. With a top-shelf bar, VIP booths, bottle service and expansive dance floor, the club is a dwelling for Dallas socialites looking to see and be seen. A large marble wrap-around bar is fixated in the center of the room, while booths and tables line the walls. DJs sit high in a booth that overlooks the dance floor, saturated in changeable neon lights and mirrors. A small, walled-off section in the back of the club features a smaller, less crowded bar for those looking to mingle and chat. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Lee Harvey

    Lee Harvey's

    1807 Gould St. Dallas, TX 75215
    214-428-1555 In December 2010, the chef and owners here put a non-bar-food item on the venerable and much-loved Dallas institution's menu: a 10-ounce steak with fries, a far cry from Monday night's dollar fish and steak tacos. Other items officially added about that time were the shrimp basket and a tortilla soup. On Friday nights, the fireside picnic tables are packed sardine-can tight with more than just in-the-know hipsters. Above all, though, folks come to Lee Harvey's for the cheap drinks and lack of pretense. Lee Harvey's is a popular bar with a neighborhood feel -- the wood-paneled walls and neon beer signs help -- and prices to match. Next time you go, ask Bacon, the bar's cat, how the cookbook is coming along. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Legends Sports Bar and Grill

    1940 Justin Road Highland Village, TX 75077

  • Level Bar And Grill

    Level Bar And Grill

    3903 Lemmon Ave. Dallas, TX 75219
    214-498-5815 Opened late-January 2010, Level Bar & Grill took over the two-story spot left vacant when Rush closed months before. The location's easy to spot by the warm glow of string lights hung on the two wrap-around patios. Open daily from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m., Level offers happy hour specials until 8 p.m., such as $3 wells or $7 "Blue Motherfuckers," which are potent, punch-like concoctions of various liquors, liqueurs and fruit juices. There are plenty of TVs, and a group of folks meet together Tuesdays to watch Glee from the bar. Level brings in different DJs every night of the week to keep folks dancing, with karaoke nights, live entertainment and talent shows planned to mix things up. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Libertine Bar

    The Libertine Bar

    2101 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-824-7900 The Libertine is a small free-standing building designed to look like a colonial-era tavern. Located just north of Lower Greenville's club scene, the bar attracts foodies and beer snobs alike. The place is known for spinning excellent indie rock music, and for its five-course beer-pairing dinners dinners. The menu goes beyond typical pub grub, too. Among the hits are the cheese board, with selections that change weekly; steak au poivre with potatoes au gratin in a port-wine reduction; and pulled pork tacos. Of course, if you want to slum it, wings and PBR are available. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Library Bar

    The Library Bar

    3015 Oak Lawn Ave. Dallas, TX 75219
    214-224-3144 The Library Bar sits on the ground floor of the historic Warwick Melrose Hotel in the Oak Lawn area, not far from downtown Dallas. Designated a Dallas Historic Landmark in 1983, the original apartment hotel was built in 1924. The Library Bar offers patrons a relaxing, dimly lit piano-bar environment in a laid-back library setting -- though at night, it's far too dark in The Library Bar to read any of the books lining the shelves. The bar specializes in wines and martinis and features a "wedding cake martini," which is a favorite among the regulars. It features live music every day of the week -- with the exception of Sundays -- so the library setting makes a great cozy place to unwind while sipping on a well-made drink. Some menu favorites include the five-spiced calamari salad with sweet Thai vinaigrette, the seared day-boat scallops with chorizo and preserve of lemon butter and the Global Cheese Plate & Charcuterie platter (local artisan cheeses, smoked Texas peppered salami and a menagerie of breads and crackers as well as mustard and fresh and dried fruit) Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Library Bar

    The Library Bar

    611 Houston St. Fort Worth, TX 76102
    817-885-8201 Contrary to what you might assume, the Library Bar is not a popular study place for students at the nearby Texas Christian University. It isn't even a good place for light reading. In fact, the lights of this popular Fort Worth bar are so low it's impossible to see the titles on the bookshelf that wraps around the top of the room. The drink menu, however, is in plain sight from just about any seat in the room. And it's the drink specials on that brightly lit menu board that keep the place jam-packed with TCU students for $1 longnecks and $2.50 you-call-its on Throw Back Thursdays. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Lion & Crown Pub

    Lion & Crown Pub

    5001 Addison Circle Addison, TX 75001
    972-503-5001 Addison seems to have its fair share of pubs. Within a square mile you can find The Flying Saucer, The Mucky Duck and Social House. But the bar that out-pubs them all is Lion & Crown, located on the Addison Circle. The sheer amount of British memorabilia and décor on the bar's wooden walls give the place a legit UK vibe, minus the incessant rain and cool accents. The bar features a wide variety of popular imported beers and Irish whiskies. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Lipstick Gentlemen

    Lipstick Gentlemen's Club

    10859 Harry Hines Blvd. Dallas, TX 75220

    Keep an eye on the DJ booth, because the blue flashing light means all shots are $2 off. Since 1989, Lipstick has featured a small main stage and three side stages lined with mirrored walls, tiny round tables and a raised VIP area in back with a view of the main space. It's short on frills but big on specials, with $2.50 wells and $3.50 longnecks every day until 9 p.m. and free buffet with $1 drinks the first and third Tuesday each month. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Liquid Lounge

    Liquid Lounge

    2800 Main St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-760-9785 The Liquid Lounge, the Curtain Club's much smaller kid sister, operates out of the same building as the big club. But where Curtain doesn't offer much beyond a band and a beer, the Liquid Lounge has a few more time-wasting options. The upstairs balcony has a pool table and a handful of classic arcade games, and the floor level has plenty of booths and tables to gather around. It might be hard to get a word in edgewise, though, when entry-level local acts are cutting their teeth on the stage located only a few feet away from any point in the room. It helps that a small patio is situated just outside the club's backdoor, where patrons smoke and chat between or during band sets. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Liquid Zoo

    Liquid Zoo

    6750 Abrams Road Dallas, TX 75231
    214-221-3004!/pages/Liquid-Zoo-Bar-Grille/174248815977071?sk=info Liquid Zoo owner Nell Scarborough says her establishment is “kind of like Cheers.” On a recent visit to the East Dallas neighborhood bar, located in a strip center on the corner of Skillman Street and Abrams Road, everyone seemed to know everyone else's name, and they all sang along to the Richard Marx-esque power ballads playing on the stereo. In the early evening, the place doubles as a restaurant. The beef for burgers is ground in-house daily, according to Scarborough. The décor, a cluttered bunch of pictures and antiques on every wall, gives the place a familiar feel. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

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