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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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  • Platinum Club

    2051 W. NW Highway Dallas, TX 75220-2337

  • The Players Club

    1680 E. Belt Line Road Richardson, TX 75081-4620

  • Players Sports Bar

    400 Olive St. Dallas, TX 75201-4005

  • Playhouse Lounge

    313 N. Collett Ave. Dallas, TX 75214-5410

  • Playmates

    311 N. Great SW Parkway Arlington, TX 76011-6845

  • Plaza Lounge

    1605 New York Ave. Arlington, TX 76010-4766

  • Plush Dallas

    Plush Dallas

    1400 Main St. Dallas, TX Dallas, TX 75201
    888-657-5874 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. If you have what it takes to get past the velvet rope, pop your collar and order a $15 drink like the player or diva you are and rub shoulders with rappers, athletes and hangers-on. Read more about Plush Dallas >>

  • PM Gallery

    1608 Main Street, Dallas, TX Dallas, TX 75201

  • Poag Mahone

    Poag Mahone's Irish Pub

    700 Carroll St. Fort Worth, TX 76107

    In Gaelic, Poag Mahone means "kiss my ass," though the pub is way more inviting than its name suggests. In the booming 7th Street bar strip, it's all Irish all the time, with a big wooden bar, tons of seating and plenty of distraction with pool, darts and games in every corner. The Irish flag hangs over the entrance, with every Guinness, Bushmills and Murphy's ad imaginable. Mostly patronized by a young college crowd, it's a big sports stop with TVs on every wall. It's also huge with the rugby crowd, serving as the meeting place and trophy room of the Fort Worth Rugby Club. Read more about Poag Mahone's Irish Pub >>

  • Point After North Sports Bar and Grill, The

    601 Cross Timbers Road Lewisville, TX 75028

  • Pokey's Place

    3007 E. Abram St. Arlington, TX 76010-1406

  • Poly's Sport Bar & Grill

    4360 Beltway Place Arlington, TX 76018-1043

  • The Pooch Patio

    The Pooch Patio

    3811 Fairmount St. Dallas, TX 75219
    214-252-1550 One of the most unique little bars in Uptown caters to humans and canines alike. Take your pooch to The Pooch Patio in Oak Lawn and treat him to a day of relaxation while you partake in the bar's wide selection of craft beers and wine. A shaded front deck or a sun-drenched patio out back allows pups of every kind, as long as they're not destructive. Food, boarding and spa treatment are all services you can purchase at The Pooch Patio and the bar's Bark Boutique store, although many owners go simply to mingle with fellow dog lovers. Read more about The Pooch Patio >>

  • Poop Deck

    Poop Deck

    3570 W. Seminary Drive Fort Worth, TX 76133

    The inside of this dive bar is like the belly of a boat, with dark wood-paneled walls and a ship's wheel behind the bar. The draws include karaoke Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and happy hour specials 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday and Friday nights. Pool tables occupy half the space, and sit under old framed pictures of ships and other boat-related decorations. Across the wooden railing, the other half holds the stage, a small DJ booth and a small dance floor. The usual suspects sit at the bar night after night as eclectic fixtures in the Poop Deck, which has been a neighborhood icon since the disco era. Read more about Poop Deck >>

  • Poor Boys Drive In

    4946 Military Parkway Dallas, TX 75227-1625

  • Poor David

    Poor David's Pub

    1313 S. Lamar Blvd. Dallas, TX 75215
    214-565-1295 Feel free to strike the "Poor- from this bar's title, as the Lamar location has finally overcome construction hurdles and stepped out as a respectable-looking joint. From a huge bar to a spacious sitting area and a damn-fine lineup of country, folk and acoustic acts, things are looking up at David's. Read more about Poor David's Pub >>

  • Pop

    Pop's Safari Room

    2929 Morton St. Fort Worth, TX 76107
    817-334-0559 Pop's Safari Room is the place for anyone trying to avoid loud music, shot girls and dancing. They even let you smoke there - actually, they encourage it. After all, Pop's is a cigar and wine bar for anyone wanting to take a load off with a glass of red and a faux Cuban. Or, you can pay the place a visit to see all of the accumulated pictures of Marilyn Monroe and mounted deer heads on the wall. They go well with one of the available cigars, which range in price from $3 to $60 apiece. There's even a back patio with live music on the weekends. Read more about Pop's Safari Room >>

  • The Porch

    The Porch

    2912 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-6403
    214-828-2916 In the heat of summer, finding places to have a drink that aren't dark and air-conditioned caves becomes a challenge. Enter Henderson Avenue's The Porch, a casual brasserie for those of us with no veranda at home. When the heat comes, fans blow a cooling but oddly humid mist that does its best to keep despair at bay. You could have a few pints here, swilling them down while enjoying a fried-chicken salad you wanted to be healthy but which is definitely not. If you'd rather be honest with yourself, you could go with the Stodg burger, named after Dallas lawyer Steve Stodghill. It's packed with tomato, onion, melted cheddar and a fried egg on a bun smeared with foie gras butter. Other stand-out decadent dishes include a baked mac and cheese accented with cubes of smoked ham and crusted in panko, and sliders heaped with brisket and slaw. You wish you had a porch like this at home. Read more about The Porch >>

  • Post Time

    Post Time

    3650 N. Buckner Blvd. Dallas, TX 75228
    214-328-7760 It's always a honky-tonk Christmas under the lights at Post Time, strobing and strung festively through the dance floor. Not a place to do it small, the pool hall, the dance space and table tops are sized to fit a serious crowd. The native Texan-owned bar features American Poolplayers Association tournaments, sponsoring teams who attest their success with numerous trophies gracing the walls. Live country music and happy hour specials draw the older regulars early but late night when the lights go off and the fog machines kick on, a young crowd takes over and the music accommodates. Read more about Post Time >>

  • The Pour House Sports Grill

    The Pour House Sports Grill

    209 W. 7th St. Fort Worth, TX 76102
    817-335-2575 Most pay-per-view events plus all NFL and NBA packages play on 41 plasmas and two big-screens in this huge sports bar. Boasting more than 100 bottled beers and 140 styles of liquor, The Pour House also hosts live bands Friday and Saturday and offers a mixed menu ranging from nachos to rib-eyes for lunch and dinner. Next door, The Garage at Pour House changes gears a bit with a dance lounge featuring LED lighting at the bar and in the VIP area. You could say it's the classier side of the joint, complete with bottle service, a dance space and DJ booth. Read more about The Pour House Sports Grill >>

  • The Pour House

    The Pour House

    1919 Skillman Dallas, TX 75206
    214-824-1170 This neighborhood bar and restaurant with popular weekly bar-food specials feels more like a casual-dining restaurant than your average sports bar. With a weekday happy hour that's popular in the neighborhood, plus $1 mini burgers on Mondays and 25-cent wings on Tuesdays, the bar's tables fill up early and the patio fills up on not-too-hot evenings. The good thing is, unlike nearby Greenville Avenue spots, patrons don't have to worry about parking because The Pour House is located in a strip shopping mall in Lakewood. Inside, the digital jukebox pumps Top 40 hits while regulars take turns pumping quarters into video games, vying for top scores on video games like Big Buck Hunter. And, thanks to several well-positioned, large-sized flatscreens, no matter where you're sitting you're guaranteed a good view. Read more about The Pour House >>

  • Press Box Grill

    Press Box Grill

    1623 Main St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-747-8226 With the reopening of downtown's historic Wilson Building in 1999 came Press Box Grill, a bar and grill that aims to reflect the history of the building in which it resides. Housed in the Renaissance-style Wilson Building, built in 1903 this downtown restaurant and sports bar provides diners with tweaked American standards (egg rolls with chipotle sauce on the side, center-cut jalapeño pork chop or a Nathan’s hot dog with Shiner chili). Wash it down with any of the 36 draft beers (five of which are Texas-born, including Franconia) and 40 bottles (four from Texas, including local favorite Rahr). Read more about Press Box Grill >>

  • Primebar


    2520 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75201
    214-296-4437 This Uptown bar is nothing like what one would expect from a sports bar. Aside from a good number of well-placed flat screen televisions that adorn the walls, the place is simply a sleek, dimly lit Uptown bar with an impressive beer selection. The layout of the huge room is deceptive. It tricks you into thinking you’re in a small, cozy environment, flanked with warm wooden walls and modern lighting. Part of the room has tall cocktail tables, while another part is set up like a restaurant, where you can order from a menu of creatively dressed up bar food. Read more about Primebar >>

  • Primo

    Primo's Tex-Mex Bar and Grille

    4861 Bass Pro Drive Garland, TX 75043
    972-226-8100 Established by two cousins ("primos" in Spanish) in 1986, this popular eatery offers Tex-Mex family recipes and standards that draw area chefs and hospitality workers after their shifts. It's easy to understand why, what with signature dishes like the piquant Tacos Camperos (a quartet of corn tortillas filled with onions, jalapeños, a cheese blend and a choice of chicken, beef or pork fajita slathered with chipotle sauce) and the Chicken Chuy, a chef's fave comprised of mesquite-grilled chicken breast packed with cheese, bacon, mushrooms and peppers (with rice and beans, of course). Classic enchiladas are well represented on the menu, alongside chimichanga and chile relleno platters. The dining room, like the two-option dessert menu (sopapillas or flan) is a no-fuss, simple space with a front patio for the constant spillover from the inside. Read more about Primo's Tex-Mex Bar and Grille >>

  • Privilege Men's Club

    525 S. Industrial Blvd. Dallas, TX 75207-4501

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