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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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  • O

    O'Riley's

    8989 Forest Lane Dallas, TX 75243
    972-235-2781

    http://www.orileys.com This brick-walled pool hall pumps music into the night from a lonely shopping strip, featuring local bands and solo performers all week long. Pool is free on service industry night, Mondays from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.; Wednesdays are open mic night and Thursdays bring a Beatles tribute band to the stage. For other entertainment, darts tournaments and sports on the big screen are always an option, along with weekly beer and shot specials. Sub sandwiches, hot dogs and pizzas are available from the kitchen, as is in-house catering for large parties. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • O.E. Penguin

    O.E. Penguin

    1404 Main Dallas, TX 75202
    214-744-1393

    http://www.oepenguin.com This "feel good bar" is located downtown atop Dr. Bell's BBQ joint and is the perfect place to hang out, let loose and maybe even dress up in the bar's giant penguin suit. No, really - don't be surprised if a penguin asks you for a dance, because there is a penguin costume that patrons eagerly try on and wear around the bar (usually after a drink or three). O.E. Penguin has a New Orleans Bourbon Street feel written all over it, from the bar to the patio overlooking the strip to the bras hanging around the bar. There are drink specials every night of the week, and popular specialty drinks like the icy blue "Penguin Piss." Bring quarters because the bar has a handful of arcade games. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • O:T: Tavern

    O:T: Tavern

    3603A Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-826-7500

    http://www.ottaverndallas.com Before the O:T: Tavern set up shop on Greenville Avenue, its location was home to National Sports Lounge, an over-the-top sports bar. O:T: Tavern has toned down the sports attitude a bit and made bigger changes in the area of food and service. In addition to its well-stocked bar, O:T: Tavern boasts a full menu of made-from-scratch food. And while National Sports Lounge was a certifiable breastaurant, the staff at O:T: Tavern is less scantily clad, which results in more eyes turning to the projection screens and televisions on the wall. After all, it's a sports bar. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Oak

    Oak

    1628 Oak Lawn Ave. Dallas, TX
    214-712-9700

    http://www.oakdallas.com The Design District’s latest in fine dining brings a world of tastes to hungry diners looking for elevated plates that don’t break the bank. Moroccan, Spanish and Austrian flavors dance with high-quality ingredients in a space that’s formal enough for a special date, yet comfortable enough to enjoy on a quiet weekday evening. The bar, to which drinkers belly up for handcrafted cocktails and a bite, is faded off-white marble with thick streaks of green and red. Even when the dining room is sparse, the bar bustles with chatty bartenders and thirsty locals. In the back of the restaurant a projection of an oak tree slowly shifts colors from lifelike green to purple and pink and red. It’s a good metaphor for the menu, which constantly shifts as new items are added, others are updated and some disappear forever. Be careful perusing the menu at Oak. Fail to order an enticing plate and you may never see it again. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Oak Cliff Social Club

    The Oak Cliff Social Club

    238 W. Davis St. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-941-0298

    Oak Cliff Social Club, located on the eastern edge of Oak Cliff's Bishop Arts District, offers a no-frills drinking environment for folks looking to hang around the neighborhood when the shops and restaurants close down for the night. With six beers on tap, the most exotic being Brooklyn Lager, the bar isn't for the beer snob but rather those looking for a subdued hangout. The raw wooden slats that line the walls – all finished with slightly different shades of brown – give the place a warm feeling, while the vaulted ceiling opens up the long barroom. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Oak Street Draft House

    Oak Street Draft House

    308 E. Oak St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-395-1950

    Alumni at Denton’s University of North Texas often hang around long after graduation, which means they need places a little more grown-up than the average college bar. Oak Street Draft House, a beer bar built into an old house, seeks to meet that need. They don’t do the typical college-bar drink deals that can be found on Fry Street, but the wide range of mostly Texas brews can be had on the cheap. A a nice touch: The taps aren’t topped with the traditional handles provided by beer companies. Instead, each is a brightly colored design made by glass blower Matt Marchand. The taps work well with the bar’s vintage aesthetic; old photos and artwork freckle the tall white wooden walls. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • OK Corral

    4200 S. Freeway Fort Worth, TX 76115
    817-207-0045

  • The Old Crow

    The Old Crow

    1911 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-7438
    214-828-2769

    Utterly unremarkable and unpretentious, The Old Crow is the perfect spot on Lower Greenville if you just want to have a few cheap beers, watch a game and maybe shoot a round of stick or throw some darts. From the plywood floor to the Pabst Blue Ribbon and Busch Light to the random assortment of yard-sale decorations, this dive is perfectly un-Dallas. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Old Mill Inn

    Old Mill Inn

    1112 First Ave. Dallas, TX 75210
    214-426-4600

    http://www.oldmillfairpark.com

  • The Old Monk

    The Old Monk

    2847 Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-821-1880

    http://www.oldmonkdallas.com Just on the basis of suds alone, this English-style pub chugs up high marks with brews from 10 countries including three varieties of Chimay, the heady Belgian beer brewed by Trappist Monks. But Old Monk has other charms, too, from its dark wood paneling fashioned from confessional booths to its bar tables rendered from old barrels. Plus, it has decent bar fodder, including Belgian-style steamed mussels, cheese boards, frites and a German sausage plate. Go for the head, but stay for the belly. Check out the new seasonal beer. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Old School Music Grill

    Old School Music Grill

    9220 Skillman St. Dallas, TX 75243
    469-774-2521

    Wedged in a crowded strip mall off Skillman Street is Old School Music Grill, a bar that's got soul in both its music and appetizers. Once you get through the mandatory security check and pat-down at the front, you're greeted by a spacious dance floor and large cash-only bar. The selection is limited on the cocktail front, but what it lacks in liquor it makes up for in atmosphere. Old Motown hits and soulful jams play in rotation with Top 40 tunes that summon crowds of men and women to the dance floor for all-out dance-offs. Resident DJs pick up the mood during the week, spinning a variety of hip-hop and R&B. If you're feeling like a wallflower, head to the back where three pool tables and a large, fenced-in patio reside. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Oscar

    Oscar's Pub

    6323 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76116
    817-732-3833

    Oscar's is a neighborhood bar among the Camp Bowie watering holes that cater to sports fans and college kids. "I know 80 percent of the people that come in here," the woman working the wooden bar said on a recent visit. The long and narrow space is lit warmly, with the bar on one side of the room across from a few sparse tables and chairs. The red ceramic tiles on the floor give the place a homey feel. The same goes for the customers inside, who all seem to know each other as they discuss the Rangers game on the bar's overhead flat-screen. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • O'Shea's Irish Pub

    310 Grapevine Hwy Hurst, TX 76054

  • OT Tavern

    5101 W. Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75209
    214-956-9552

  • Oui Lounge

    Oui Lounge

    3509 Blue Bonnet Circle Fort Worth, TX 76109
    817-927-9209

    People hang out at Oui Lounge because their parents did, and their parents before them. The bartenders boast a better pour and better prices than any bar in the area, and it's worked for them since 1952. No gimmicks and proud of their tradition, it's a wood-paneled hideaway with two pool tables, three rooms separated by low dividers and a bar stocked with longtime regulars. There's free popcorn, a jukebox and plenty of space to push the low tables together for big groups. To get to know the locals, it's a good idea to show up early on weekends before the college kids pour in. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Overtime Bar & Grill

    Overtime Bar & Grill

    5201 N. Beach St. Fort Worth, TX 76137
    817-222-9949

    http://www.overtimebargrill.com

  • Ozona Grill & Bar

    Ozona Grill & Bar

    4615 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-265-9105

    http://www.ozonagrill.com Ozona Bar and Grill is named after the tiny, unincorporated West Texas town of Ozona. A town that happens to be the one-and-only town in all of the vast expanse that is Crockett County, and whose motto happens to be "The Biggest Little Town in the World." So Ozona's a fitting name for a bar and grill with "The Biggest Little Award-winning Patio In Dallas." With trees, vegetation and fencing separating the multi-level patio from Greenville Avenue, it's no wonder that the place is a popular happy hours (and beyond) spot for such a great cross-section of Dallas. Naturally, the patio's typically hoppin' in the summer months. The menu offers everything from Tex Mex to steaks to burgers and chicken-fried steak. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Ozzie Rabbit Lounge

    Ozzie Rabbit Lounge

    6463 E. Lancaster Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76112
    817-446-9010

    http://www.myspace.com/ozzierabbit Hopeful regulars chant the name of their favorite drinks as a wheel labeled with specials spins to a halt, selecting a new beer or shot special every half hour. With a corrugated metal ceiling and desert motif, complete with stuffed ram heads, The Rabbit exudes a young, cowboy rockabilly vibe mixed with a smattering of JFK. That's because Lee Harvey Oswald resides in a cemetery nearby, and the bar took its name from Oswald's call sign in the Army, "Ozzie Rabbit." The bar features a rolling happy hour and a great jukebox, a huge back patio and a smokes-and-snacks vending machine. Good for a cheap laugh, the bathrooms are labeled as cocks and beavers. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

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