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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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  • M Bar

    M Bar

    221 E. Las Colinas Blvd. Irving, TX 75039
    972-556-0800

    The M Bar, inside Las Colinas' Omni Mandalay Hotel, has remained tucked into the back corner of the lobby for more than a decade. But in recent years, it's received a face lift. Before, there were no walls separating the bar from the rest of the lobby, but now it feels much cozier in the confines of four light cedar walls, which includes the bar, some seating and a pool table. As expected in a hotel bar, it offers a decent selection of expensive scotches and bourbons, which is probably why the M Bar draws plenty of locals as well as hotel guests. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Mable Peabody

    Mable Peabody's

    1215 E. University Drive Denton, TX 76201
    940-566-9910

    First opened in 1979, Mable Peabody's Beauty Parlor and Chainsaw Repair served as a watering hole for Denton's gay and lesbian community. That is, until March 2007, when an arsonist, using the bar's own liquor to set the nightclub ablaze, torched the original Mable Peabody's. In the fall of 2008, owner Kelly Sanders reopened the bar just a block or so from the original spot. The new location is more than twice the size of the original, with a spacious central bar, a huge dance floor and stage area that has plenty of mirrors - so folks can watch themselves dance. There's a digital jukebox, an assortment of video games, pool tables and nightly drink specials. The original bar with the unforgettable name gained a reputation as a popular underground venue, hosting under-the-radar touring acts, but now, while it still hosts shows on occasion, Mable Peabody's is bar first, venue second. And, today, its website bills the bar as "the Cheers of Denton, Texas for the gays and lesbians." Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Mac

    Mac's Bar & Grill

    6077 Interstate 20 W. Arlington, TX 76017
    817-572-0541

    http://www.macsteak.com Mac's is more grill than bar, but the pub side of this American-style eatery draws a local crowd for pre-party weekend dinners or early nightcaps during the week. Since 1987, a black stone-top bar, ornate dark wooden shelving and a few tall round tables have afforded the neighborhood regulars a spot to catch the game with or without dinner. The dinner menu is chiefly American classics such as the filet, New York strip and prime rib, plus pastas and fresh seafood. The lunch menu offers up burgers and sandwiches, and Mac's serves brunch Sunday mornings. It's an early-bird bar, closing at 10 p.m. during the week and midnight on weekends. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Macaroni Island

    2311 Houston Place Denton, TX 76201

  • Mad World Records

    Mad World Records

    115 W. Hickory St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-591-3001

    http://www.facebook.com/madworldrecords

  • Magic Time Machine

    Magic Time Machine

    5003 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75254
    972-980-1903

    http://www.magictimemachine.com Since opening in the '70s, Magic Time Machine has entertained guests by one-upping ordinary themed restaurants with its costumed staff, who are required to double as improv comics. So be prepared for a good skewering with your meal. Every night is Halloween, here, as characters ranging from Disney favorites (such as Captain Jack Sparrow, Cinderella or Tinkerbell) to comic icons (such as Charlie Brown, Wonder Woman or Spider-Man) whisk trays of food to various themed booths and seating areas. Diners could end up seated in a school bus, a giant Jack-o-Lantern or a Tiki hut. Not surprisingly, Magic Time Machine is a favorite venue for kid birthday parties, but diners can also go for the "Roman Orgy" menu option with platters for four or more, among them brisket, ribs and fresh fruit. After 10 p.m., The Blue Lounge upstairs offers an adults-only escape from the non-smoking, family-friendly dining area downstairs by providing a full bar, lounge areas and a stage. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Magnolia Motor Lounge

    Magnolia Motor Lounge

    3005 Morton St. Fort Worth, TX 76107-2927
    866-413-2902

    http://www.mmlbar.com

  • Main Event

    Main Event

    3941 Central Expressway Plano, TX 75023
    972-881-8181

    http://www.maineventusa.net Founded in 1998, Main Event Entertainment is a Dallas-based company that today operates nine "family entertainment centers" scattered around Texas. The Plano location features 34 bowling lanes, more than a dozen pool tables, shuffleboard, laser tag and a massive arcade. While the kids are running around the arcade waving tickets between playing skee ball, air hockey or the latest version of Dance Dance Revolution, the chaperones can hang out at the full-service bar and café. Bartenders say pitchers of beer are popular with the bowlers and billiards folks, and the pizza and burgers are the most popular munchies. Also, this Main Event boasts some 2,000 square feet of banquette spaces that can be rented out for various events. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Main Event

    3491 N. Central Expressway Plano, TX 75023-6904
    972-881-8181

    http://www.maineventusa.net

  • Main Street Event Center

    Main Street Event Center

    2208 Main St. Dallas, TX 75201

    Just west of Central Expressway on Main Street sits Main Event Center, one of the biggest nightclubs in the metroplex. Formerly Purgatory, and briefly Bacy’s, the club boasts seven different rooms built into the four-story complex. Standing in the long lines that pour out in the street, patrons can hear the bass from the speakers rattling the walls. Inside, scantily clad ladies dance while sharp-dressed men cooly watch the action off to the side. The bar serves little other than vodka and domestic beer, and in the VIP section, patrons pay for bottle service. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Malarkey

    Malarkey's Tavern

    4460 Trinity Mills Road Dallas, TX 75287
    972-931-7300

    http://www.malarkeystavern.com Shooting for more than cookie-cutter pub grub, this North Dallas bar and restaurant in the former Prego's Pasta space has wooden beams lining the ceiling and stones atop the east and west walls, all shipped from Ballymoon castle, built between 1290 and 1310 near Bagenalstown, Ireland. Of course, Malarkey's can't help but give in a little to native expectations of an Irish pub. There are flatscreen TVs broadcasting sports games. There are Irish classics and Irish-inspired items (Irish tacos) on the menu as well as more American favorites, such as pizza and burgers. The beer menu touches both sides of the Atlantic, with everything from Guinness to Texas-brewed craft suds. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Mambo

    Mambo's Tapas Cantina

    1010 Houston St. Fort Worth, TX 76102
    817-336-3124

    http://www.mambosfortworth.com

  • Mantus Ultralounge

    Mantus Ultralounge

    1520 Main St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-744-2222

    http://www.mantusdallas.com According to Mantus, the ultra-lounge is "Dallas' only premier house music venue," and the ultra-chic club features local DJs and also brings in big-time DJs like Fedde le Grand, a internationally known Dutch house DJ. Mantus is located beneath Iron Cactus on Main Street in the heart of downtown. Entering guests descend a small spiral staircase, then pass through a small outer bar area before arriving at the sleek, swanky lounge area, bathed in cool blue lighting. Inside, in addition to the modern mood lighting, the ultra- lounge offers plenty of seating, a large bar whose front is filled with shimmering crystals and more modern mood lighting. It's a bit like being inside an exotic fish tank of the future--minus the fish, of course. Mantus is open Friday through Sunday from 10 p.m. until 2 a.m. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Martini Park

    7200 Bishop Rr. Plano, TX 75024
    214-473-6644

    http://www.martinipark.com This Plano nightspot at the Shops at Legacy is almost worth the trip north and the increasing tollway fares. Posh and upscale sometimes push aside fun for the S and M crowd (standing and modeling), but somehow, despite its glamorous appearance, it pulls off a surprising amount of character with a nightly DJ and band (usually cover) performing literally behind and atop the bar and friendly attentive service. This is decidely a lounge with several tables and sitting areas with a small space for those with dancing shoes. Martini Park could easily be preconceived as playground for jerky douchebags but instead reminds us that there's fun to be had north of 121 as well. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Mason Bar

    Mason Bar

    2701 Guillot St. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-220-0227

    http://www.themasonbar.com It's difficult to define Uptown's The Mason Bar. It's a bar, restaurant and pseudo-gallery. The big, boxy room has high ceilings with crown molding and dark blue walls. Just below the ceiling line (still far above eye level) a huge collection of concert posters -- all shows that took place in Dallas -- circles the room. Longtime local music fans will enjoy remembering some of these shows, like the time Pavement played Trees in 1999, while sipping on craft cocktails or beer from the bar's menu. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Matador

    The Matador

    1906 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-824-2888

    http://www.matadortapas.com One of newer bars brought to life during Greenville Avenue's cleanup process is the Matador, a rock 'n' roll bar with a taste of Spain. It's easily distinguished from its Greenville neighbors by a large mural of a toreador who appears to sweep customers inside. The renovated inside is decorated with Spanish art, but the bar has guest art exhibitions from time to time as well. The booths and seats are upholstered in red and black leather for that rock 'n' roll touch. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Max

    Max's Wine Dive

    3600 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-559-3483

    You can learn a lot about the West Village restaurant on Lemmon Avenue from its name. Max’s Wine Dive attempts to democratize wine drinking, serving Vouvray and Champagne alongside fried chicken and macaroni and cheese. The Austin-based small chain is pushing out bustling wine bars serving comfort food to Houston, San Antonio and Dallas. A large open kitchen vents the smells of simmering collard greens and buttery potatoes as Uptown locals pore over a sizable wine list organized by rockin’ whites, jammin' reds, bubbles and beer, while the menu is separated into small and large plates. Sliders come in bison and fried chicken versions while piquillo peppers get stuffed with brisket and oozing cheese. A $16 burger makes use of Angus short rib, brisket, chuck and belly on a fresh brioche bun with hydroponic Bibb lettuce and house-made pickles, served with Max's frites and house-made pickled jalapeños. And if a $16 burger isn’t enough for you, you can always add bacon and a fried egg for $6 more. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • McFadden

    McFadden's

    4050 Belt Line Road Addison, TX 75001
    469-206-3610

    http://www.mcfaddensaddison.com In press releases leading up to the opening of McFadden's, the key phrase was “The Irish Are Coming,” but the surface is about as far as they reach. There are some large fixtures in place that are somewhat convincing. A windowed wall that divides the massive space into two rooms is painted the color of stout beer, and looks like it could be found along an Irish street. However, going to the cavernous Addison bar for an Irish pub experience is a lot like going to a Tex-Mex restaurant in Dublin in hopes of an authentic meal. The staples are there: Guinness, Bass and Smithwicks are on tap, along with cheap shots of Jameson, but the heart – it's all Addison. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • McKinney Avenue Tavern

    McKinney Avenue Tavern

    2822 Mckinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204-2538
    214-969-1984

    http://www.mckinneyavenuetavern.com When you're looking for a serious sports bar, Big Al & Redneck Steve's McKinney Avenue Tavern has you and your team's number. It's the kind of place where you see several tables filled with folks in sweaty, grass-stained uniforms who just left a baseball diamond or a football field and are ordering pitchers before watching a game. And with flatscreens both inside and on the patio (including a huge 96-inch big screen), no matter where you're seated you'll be sure not to miss a second of the action. The bar always offers $3 PBRs and happy hour runs all night on Tuesdays. The front patio offers regulars a good view of McKinney Avenue for Uptown people-watching and provides a nice, quieter spot when a big game is on inside. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • McSwiggan

    McSwiggan's Irish Pub

    6910 Windhaven Parkway Lewisville, TX 75056-5204
    972-820-0688

    http://www.mcswiggansirishpub.com Entering McSwiggans is the trickiest part, as the main outer door is quite heavy. Once inside, you are greeted by dark woods, Irish beer signage, and dart boards. Billing itself as "The Unofficial Boston Pub of Dallas," McSwiggans impresses with pub comfort food, including breakfast on weekends. Fresh sliced deli ham is grilled with cheddar cheese for a satisfying sandwich, and the side salad spotlights good field greens. Shepherd"s Pie is soul-warming on sunny or chilly days, and whatever the weather, be sure to sit in the genuine Fenway Park and Boston Garden seats to the left of the bar. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Meddlesome Moth

    Meddlesome Moth

    1621 Oak Lawn Ave. Dallas, TX 75207
    214-628-7900

    http://www.mothinthe.net Keith Schlabs and Shannon Wynne, the team behind the Flying Saucer craft-beer chain, have upped their suds game. In 2010, they opened this gastropub with 40 rotating drafts, two cask ales and more than 85 bottles, all of which can be expertly paired with chef Chad Kelley's high-end pub grub. The restaurant is also the sight of frequent beer dinners, for which craft-beer brewmasters are brought in to showcase that beer and food can be matched like wine and food, often with surprising results. Meddlesome Moth is a beer connoisseur's mecca. However, it's not a solemn temple to beer, stained-glass windows notwithstanding. Rich Brazilian wood walls, a pewter-top bar and an earth-tone palette give it a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. Because when you drink beer, you want to kick back, not sip in a stuffy setting. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Media Grill + Bar

    2201 N. Stemmons Freeway Dallas, TX 75207
    214-748-1200

    http://www.hiltonanatole.com

  • Medina Oven & Wine Bar

    Medina Oven & Wine Bar

    2304 Victory Park Lane Dallas, TX 75219-7646
    214-979-0003

    http://www.medinadallas.com This tiny 50-seat restaurant with an open kitchen embedded with an oven for gas-fired thin crust pizzas is perhaps the most stylish Moroccan restaurant ever to hit Dallas. Rich reds, burgundies, oranges and olive oil greens. Intricate metal work. Imported lanterns for sconces. Medina's brief menu includes a handful of tagines (Moroccan stews), phyllo (pastry) rolls filled with shrimp or spinach or goat cheese, and grilled brochettes with chicken or Andalusia scallops or tenderloin or chicken. That it's in Victory Park is as strange as it is wonderful. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Memphis Restaurant

    Memphis Restaurant

    5000 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75240
    972-386-9517

    http://www.memphis-dallas.com Neither rain nor sleet nor any holidays will keep the show from going on at Memphis Restaurant and Club in Addison. The club's stage has hosted live music every night since opening in 1981. With plenty of well-worn wood, rickety stools and brass rails, Memphis looks like a silver-screen version of a classic, cozy, smoke-filled nightclub. Memphis' tables sit right next to the stage with only a narrow area (reserved for dancing) separating them from the elevated bar. The Shuck N' Jive next door is under the same management/ownership, and the kitchen's open until 1:30 a.m. A convenient door between the bar and restaurant means patrons don't even have to walk outside to place orders from the popular Cajun joint's menu. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Men

    Men's Club of Dallas

    2340 W. NW Highway Dallas, TX 75220
    214-956-8800

    Classy and plush, with high-backed chairs to kick back in around the main stage, The Men's Club comfortably mixes upscale dining with adult entertainment. On the menu, live Maine lobster and steak au poivre are a regular staple, and Monday through Friday, lunch and dinner specials include an all-you-can-eat lunch buffet on Wednesdays and the club's popular Kick-Ass Filet Thursdays. Lifetime memberships of $2,000 are made more attractive by a VIP lounge with stage, five bars and the only adult club in the area with a pool and hot tub. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

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