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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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  • R.J. Gator

    R.J. Gator's Florida Sea Grill & Bar

    1101 Melbourne Road Hurst, TX 76053

  • R.L. Griffin's Blues Palace #2

    3100 Avenue E. Fort Worth, TX 76105

  • Rack Daddy

    Rack Daddy's Sports Bar and Billiards

    17509 Coit Road Dallas, TX 75252

    This popular pool hall and bar is conveniently located in a strip shopping plaza next to a check cashing spot, a tattoo parlor, a condom store and a head shop. Small wonder regulars jokingly refer to it as "our little boulevard of broken dreams." More than just billiards, Rack Daddy's offers giant Jenga, lots of dartboards, a few video games and "legal gambling" known as "sweepstakes." While it's non-smoking inside, a spacious front-porch patio tends to fill up with smokers. Daily drink specials and customer appreciation specials (like free pool with any purchase for all of November) keep regulars coming back. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Rack Daddy

    Rack Daddy's Sports Bar and Billiards North Richland Hills

    8236 Bedford Euless Road Fort Worth, TX 76180

    Right off the highway sits Rack Daddy's Sports Bar and Billiards, a little dive in a shopping strip -- simple, no frills and gritty. All day happy hour Monday, two dollar you-call-it Thursday and DJs spinning top 40 provide a young service industry crowd with an after-work watering hole. Being a billiards bar, Rack Daddy's offers pool tables, foosball and video games between the cheap drinks. Sunday nights feature free pool and for a change of pace, it offers Giant Jenga along with Golden Tee and Big Buck Hunter. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Rail Club

    The Rail Club

    3101 Joyce Drive Fort Worth, TX 76116-5114
    817-560-7245 One of DFW's only exclusively metal and hard rock music venues is just off of Highway 30 in Fort Worth. On the large, raised stage (with a gated metal perimeter) is where you will see dozens of North Texas' hard rock bands each month. The cover charge is always reasonable, and if you're not that into the music, five pool tables sit on the opposite side of the venue to entertain you. Multiple bars and an upstairs balcony accommodate hundreds of metalheads, punk rockers and show-goers young and old. If you're sensitive to cigarette smoke, this isn't the place for you, as clouds of smoke billow into the air from every corner, including the small mosh pits that inevitably break out. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Ranch at Las Colinas

    The Ranch at Las Colinas

    857 John W. Carpenter Freeway Irving, TX 75063
    972-506-7262 The mood evoked at The Ranch at Las Colinas goes far beyond its namesake. Yes, the design of the place, inside and out, suggests that you kick off your spurs and mosey up to the bar for a cold one. But the Lonesome Dove decorations are accompanied by a serious upscale vibe. The sleek granite bar top holds selections from The Ranch's more-than-ample wine list, as well as pints from the Texas-only draft menu. If you get hungry, there is more than just standard bar food. The menu features several items grown and harvested locally. And, to top it off, weekends feature live music on the porch, in addition to half-price wine on Saturday night. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Randy

    Randy's Club Cherries

    2506 Knight St. Dallas, TX 75219

    Like walking into an 80s night club, Randy's Cherries hasn't really changed in decades. Laser lights and fog machines still permeate the gay bar's large interior. Shiny surfaces, glossy concrete floors and pool tables attract patrons looking for a place to drink, dance and mingle. Located just on the edge of Uptown, the gay bar's drag shows on the weekends and karaoke throughout the workweek bring in gay couples and singles looking to socialize. Don't head to Cherries' if you want to be a wallflower. The back room of the club features something no other Dallas club has: a shower. Yes, you heard right, a shower in the middle of the room. Things tend to get kind of steamy at Randy's Cherries, so it makes sense to have one. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Rattlesnake Bar

    Rattlesnake Bar

    2121 Mckinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75201-1873
    214-922-4848 The name Rattlesnake Bar conjures images of rocking out with the members of Poison, but that's not quite the case here. One clue would be that it's located on the ground floor of the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, one of the more expensive places to spend a night in town. On a recent visit, we found the décor to be far less rock and roll than decadent and classy. The wood-lined walls and vaulted ceilings of the bar room are scarcely lit by a few chandeliers that keep the crowded room a nice shade of amber. Outside on the patio, the pace is quite a bit slower: The lounge chairs that sit under twinkle-light-filled trees offer peace and privacy. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • RBC

    2617 Commerce St. Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75226

  • Red Dog Right

    Red Dog Right

    3311 E. State Highway 114 Southlake, TX 76092
    817-289-7444 When Front Burner Restaurants, the owner of the Twin Peaks breastaurant chain, set out to open a new location for its scantily clad fare in Southlake, the conservative city residents were none too keen on the idea. Front Burner obliged the city and produced Red Dog Right-an upscale sports bar concept with the widest beer selection in Southlake. The bar, thanks to a few huge bay windows, is accessible to folks on the outdoor patio as well as people indoors, where they catch the game on one of the bar's many flat-screens. If you show up hungry, there's a chef in the kitchen cooking what the bartender calls "upscale bar food." Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Red Door

    The Red Door

    2720 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-748-5105 When City Tavern owner Josh Florence purchased the historic Club Dada, there were some uncertainties about the fate of the property's tiny adjacent room. For a while it acted as a green room for bands performing on the Dada stage. But Florence and company thought it was simply too good to be left untouched, so they decided to open up the Red Door, a hole-in-the-wall dive bar designed to keep Dada's patrons happy on slow nights or during ticketed rock shows. The tiny corner stage and exposed brick walls give the place a comfortably run-down urban feel-synonymous with the rest of Deep Ellum. And Club Dada's old booth seats have been reappropriated for the smaller dive. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Red Lights Nightclub

    1217 Main St. Dallas, TX 75202

  • Red Rock Bar & Grill

    Red Rock Bar & Grill

    18110 Midway Dallas, TX 75287
    972-733-3683 The cavernous space on the corner of Midway and Frankfurt has only recently changed its name to Red Rock. But long-time regulars will remember it by the name Sterlings. The Red Rock owners, though, have plans to do more than change the name: They want to inject the old neighborhood bar with new life -- starting with the beer menu. On a recent visit, the bartender was kind enough to educate a curious regular on the new selection of beers visible in a newly installed display cooler. Some things will remain the same, though. The huge stage that stands in the corner will still feature cover bands on the weekends, and the popular billiards tables will still draw locals looking for a game of pool. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Red Room

    The Red Room

    4950 Beltline .Road Dallas, TX 75254

    An upscale sports bar and lounge in Addison, The Red Room adjoins Asian and Indian restaurant Masala Wok. The exterior is fairly standard, as it's located in a strip shopping plaza, but the interior is designed like an uber-modern living room, with contemporary minimalist décor, off-white and red plush seating, small framed prints on the wall and, as the name suggests, a lot of red accents. The bar and lounge host private parties and an array of weekly events that can be found on the bar's website. For those feeling snacky, the bar's menu has a food section with favorite appetizers such as creamed spinach dip, lamb kabob rolls and chicken or veggie spring rolls. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Regent Highland Park Village

    Regent Highland Park Village

    32 Highland Park Village Dallas, TX 75205

  • Regular Fellows

    7225 Houston School Road Dallas, TX 75241

  • Renfield

    Renfield's Corner

    2603 Routh St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-397-0300 This popular Uptown watering hole has made great efforts to set itself apart from its shinier neighbors, serving as the only Uptown bar to host sets from the area's top bands. To be safe, Renfield's has installed a sprawling beer garden away from all the noise, and even in the heat of the summer, the patio-a comfortable place to order from the bar's extensive menu of imported brews-is filled with young business types there for after-work drinks. The dark interior, which is set up like an old Irish pub, has wood-covered walls and vintage sconces. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Reno

    Reno's Chop Shop Saloon

    210 Crowdus Road Dallas, TX 75226
    214-744-1200 There's one bar in Deep Ellum that the bikers, greasers, metalheads and punks can all agree on: Reno's Chop Shop Saloon. The long, double-sided bar can accommodate even the busiest nights as graphic-T'd bartenders sling Pabst Blue Ribbon drafts and Jaeger Bombs in plastic cups with equal aplomb. Check out a live punk or metal show in the back room if you want to know why disposable cups rather than glassware is such a good idea. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Rick & Trey's Neighborhood Bar

    1100 Dallas Drive Denton, TX 76205
    940-381-2277 Two double-sized rum and Cokes cost just $5 on a Tuesday night at “RT's” in Denton, which has solidified itself as the go-to sports bar in Little D. There isn't a single shoe in the place – it's just a sea of flip-flops and cut-off shorts and ball caps, from which a roar of hoots, hollers and curse words come, depending on how the Rangers are playing. Every now and then you'll see a collared shirt and a nice watch walk through the door, being worn by one of the many UNT fraternity members who show up to Rick & Trey's throughout the week. Other than that, it's pretty much protocol to grab a cheap beer, seek out a hard-to-find empty table and wait till it's your turn to shout. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Rick

    Rick's Cabaret Ft Worth

    7101 Calmont Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76116-4111

  • Ringo

    Ringo's Pub

    5865 Kincaid Road Plano, TX 75024-3647

    Establishments in Legacy line up along well trafficked roads like Bishop or Lone Star…except for this corner pub, tucked away from all the hubbub. While it carries the same accoutrements as so many local British-Irish pubs, this one comes with a Texas twist. Good spot for those looking to hang out without the people watching. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Ringo

    Ringo's Pub

    5865 Kincaid Road Plano, TX 75024-3647

  • Riprocks


    1211 W. Hickory St. Denton, TX 76201

    Because this Fry Street area bar and grill is within walking distance of The University of North Texas -- and its dorms and frat-houses -- don't be surprised if the mostly college-age crowd at Riprocks' bars, booths, patio and arcade are wearing lots of Eagles green. Open 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily, Riprocks has become a popular before-, during- and after-class hangout since opening in 1991. It's known for munchies ranging from sandwiches, burgers and subs to tacos, nachos and quesadillas, which all go with its lower-than-low daily drink specials. Ask about "all day, everyday" offers like $2 pints of select beers or $2 double Long Island Iced Teas. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Rob

    Rob's Billiards and Sports Bar

    13930 Trinity Blvd. Euless, TX 76040

    According to the bartender, the crowd at at Rob's Billiards and Sports Bar changes from night to night. "There's free pool for ladies on Tuesdays, and free pool for guys on Wednesdays," she says over Tuesday night's chatter. The popular Euless watering hole is generally packed every Tuesday -- not a free pool table in sight. The other half of the bar, however, remains empty, because it's used for Thursday's open mic night and Friday and Saturday's live music night, which also draw big crowds. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Rockin Rodeo

    Rockin Rodeo

    1009 Ave. C Denton, TX 76201
    940-565-6611 Since 2005, the Rockin Rodeo has been drawing anyone with a taste for cheap beer, country music and square dancing. Thursday's are live performance nights, and plenty of signed guitars hang on the wall to let you know who's come by in the past. Anyone 18 and up is welcome, and cover charges take effect after 10 p.m. There are a few pool tables far off from the dance floor, and the Big Buck Hunter arcade game instead of the common Golden Tee lets you know it's a country bar. The Rockin Rodeo hosts a variety of contests with cash prizes, so check its website for events. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

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