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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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  • Naan Sushi

    Naan Sushi

    2600 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75201
    214-772-6399 Seven years after the original location opened in Plano, the proprietors set up a second shop in Uptown's Gables Villa Rosa development. Owner Peter Kim's restaurant has an upscale menu offered by executive chef Tam Huyn. The portions on the special platters are large. These include the Super Tataki (eight pieces of ahi tuna and eight pieces of flounder, wrapped in radish sprouts and jalapeño with cilantro and ponzu sauce). But if you're going to order from that section, defer to the chef. Request the Chef's Choice Platter. The sushi served in this polished location includes not just stalwart selections but house favorites like the spicy deep-fried Texas Tornado and a pillar of seafood, the Ahi Tuna Tower. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Neighborhood Services Bar and Grill

    Neighborhood Services Bar and Grill

    10720 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75230
    214-368-1101 The menu at Neighborhood Services Bar & Grill, the latest entry in Nick Badovinus' growing empire of eateries, looks very much like the menu at his first two restaurants. But this dining room takes its name seriously, cultivating a neighborly vibe that would be hard to resist even if the food wasn't so good. Fortunately, it is: There's a masterful London broil, a meticulously composed roasted beet salad and handmade noodles many customers would probably willingly eat at every meal for the rest of their lives. The restaurant doesn't take reservations, but the best seats are at the spirited bar. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Tried and True

    Tried and True

    2405 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-6942

  • Neon Moon Saloon

    Neon Moon Saloon

    2509 Rodeo Plaza Fort Worth, TX 76106

    Which came first, the Neon Moon Saloon in the Stockyards or the song of the same name by Brooks & Dunn? Either way, you should know what you're getting into: cowboy hats, a mechanical bull and cheap beer. The saloon is right across from Billy Bob's and is basically the same place minus the big country acts, and without all the frills -- except the mechanical bull, of course. Neon Moon is actually two bars in one: the nightclub and the not-as-dimly-lit Silverado room, where there's a stage for karaoke and live music. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • New Media Recordings House

    1329 Hurley Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76104

  • New O

    New O'Malley's Club

    2720 S. Zang Blvd. Dallas, TX 75224

    New O'Malley's--featured as one of "Dallas's Most Authentic Dive Bars"--is a singlewide-sized bar on a sliver of land wedged between Zang Boulevard and Interstate 35 in the heart of Oak Cliff. And whatever change prompted the addition of the word "New" to the club name on the painted brick column that has served as the dive's sign since the '60s, it has long been forgotten. Nothing about the place--not the evil-looking leprechaun mascot by the door, not the faded orange siding on the exterior of the club, not the "Free Drinks Tomorrow" sign hanging above the liquor bottles, not the gray-haired barmaid--looks new. O'Malley's hits every dive-bar stereotype as if it runs through a checklist every morning before opening. Eight-liner video slots? Check. Lingering cigarette stench? Check. Undersized, cramped bathrooms? Check. Leather-faced old-timers who look as if they've been perched on the same spot at the bar since the Nixon administration? Check and check. The club welcomes the Irish--and anyone else. Despite the name and the leprechaun, this is no pub. It doesn't even serve Guinness. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • New Solution Club

    New Solution Club

    516 E. Ave. K Grand Prairie, TX 75050

    In 1981, New Solution Club tucked itself into a small business park off the beaten path in Grand Prairie. And now, 30 years later, aside from a coat of paint on the outside of the bar and a jukebox that was updated some 10 years ago, nothing has changed. Taking a step inside this dark den is like stepping into a time machine. You'll notice that the bar still has its original leather seats, pool tables and wood-paneled walls. You'll also find some of the bar's original customers, whose solution to slake their thirst was solved years before when they became regulars. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • New West

    New West

    6532 E. Northwest Highway Dallas, TX 75231
    214-361-6083 New West Tejano Club has been open for 16 years, but unless you're a regular you might not have noticed the enormous club, since it's tucked behind an auto shop and a strip mall. Like Baby O's, it's open only two days a week, with a DJ on Friday and Tejano band on Saturday. Except for language, Tejano clubs are not much different from country bars: Customers wear Stetson hats and jeans, beer is usually the drink of choice and pickup trucks fill the parking lot. New West is typical -- just much bigger, with four bars, a pool room and a good sized dance floor in the middle. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Nick's Bar and Grille

    5110 Paige Road Lewisville, TX 75056

  • Nickel and Rye

    2523 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75201

  • No Frills Grill & Sports Bar

    No Frills Grill & Sports Bar

    1550 Eastchase Parkway Fort Worth, TX 76120
    817-274-5433 With a TV at each table and several on every wall, there's not a seat in the house of No Frills Grill & Sports Bar without a view of the game. Half of the sports bar is more of a family-friendly space, serving dinner from a menu with burgers, tots, salads, appetizers and other options from the grill. The other side is as unpretentious as the name suggests, one big room with a square bar in the center, a perfect spot to post up with a draft beer and support your Texas teams. Mostly a local crowd, regulars kick back to shoot pool and play poker or trivia on the smaller screens on weeknights. Weekends tend to get pretty packed. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Nodding Donkey Uptown

    The Nodding Donkey Uptown

    2900 Thomas Ave. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-922-8898 If you're in West Texas and you hear someone talking about a nodding donkey, it's probably just an oil-worker talking about oil well pumpjacks. Around Dallas, however, if you overhear some talk of The Nodding Donkey, the folks mean a certain neighborhood saloon located in Uptown across Thomas Avenue from Londoner. Opened fall 2010, the bar features several Texas-size TVs perfect for catching a game, and even has a 3-D screen with several pairs of glasses. The menu features mostly Southern-style food ranging from burgers and sandwiches to Frito pie and brisket chili with jalapeño cornbread, as well as "Texican" items like tacos, flautas and chimichangas. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • NOS Bar

    NOS Bar

    240 W. Main St. Azle, TX 76020
    817-886-7966 After a 2012 relocation to Azle from Fort Worth, Nos Bar has been trying to find its footing. The quaint bar has a small-town sensibility to it that some find endearing. A couple of beers on tap, one pool table and a small carpeted stage in the corner are all they need to be happy at Nos Bar. Live music — usually country — permeates the little building on the weekends, while the week is left quiet for the old storytellers, men who frequent the bar and perch on one of the many squeaky barstools, chain-smoking Marlboro Reds. Nos Bar takes you back to a simpler time straight out of a Louis L'Amour novel. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Nova


    1417 W. Davis St. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-484-7123 This gastropub in the former Kavala space was opened by a conglomerate of local hospitality hotshots, among them chef Kelly Hightower, whose collective restaurant and nightlife pedigree includes Bolla, the Green Room and Hibiscus. From the kitchen come brick-oven fired pizzas (three-mushroom with white truffle oil) and globally inspired entrees (marinated New York strip Vietnamese style with baby bok choy, chili peanuts, cucumber, mint and roasted tomato-ginger sauce). The spotlight shines upon the globally inspired small-plate options. Among the seven available are chicken Parmesan sliders with garlic asiago fries and spicy lamb kofta with minted yogurt dip, each $10 or less. Beyond that, the changing nightly specials are also worth consideration. So too, is the wide-ranging beer and cocktail menu, which offers a well selected rotation of brews. Who knows when they will make it back to the tapas-heavy menu? Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>