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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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  • Saffron Room

    3707 Greenville Ave Dallas, TX 75206-5311

  • Salt Sports Bar

    Salt Sports Bar

    321 Town Place McKinney, TX 75069

  • Sambuca 360

    Sambuca 360

    7200 Bishop Plano, TX 75024
    469-467-3393 For more than 18 years, brother and sister co-owners Kim and Holly Forsythe have developed the dinner club atmosphere and brand of Sambuca from the original Deep Ellum location to offspring establishments. The Forsythes have opened shops across the South and metroplex, not to mention this outpost at the Shops at Legacy in Plano. Designed as a casual -- in their words,"a rockin'"--grill, the latest iteration, Sambuca 360 offers mid-range-priced (read: no more than $30) versions of its re-imagined specialties. Among the dishes favored by the evening wear crowd are the salmon carpaccio with shallots and lime as well as the filet with Gorgonzola walnut butter, smashed potatoes and green beans. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • San Francisco Rose

    San Francisco Rose

    3024 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-826-2020 This Greenville Avenue classic offers typical bar fare, including burgers, sandwiches and pizza, and with several HD TVs blasting the big game, it's the perfect spot to have a beer and support your team of choice. Much of the food is good, not great, but don't miss the sweet potato fries, which are crispy and lightly sweet and go great with a cold drink. Free valet parking helps sweeten the deal. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Sandaga 813

    Sandaga 813

    813 Exposition Ave. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-616-0802 If Exposition Park is the jazz capital of Dallas, saxophonist Shelley Carroll is king. One such venue at which he performs regularly is Sandaga 813, located on Exposition Avenue in the space formerly occupied by Minc. Not much about the atmosphere has changed. The lounge area along the exposed brick wall is covered by a hut-style canopy. And the chairs and cocktail tables in the middle of the room can be easily removed when DJs spin on the weekends. But really, weeknights are where it's at. The grown-folks crowd, low lighting and really impressive jazz make for a one-of-a-kind experience in Dallas. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Sandbar Cantina and Grill

    Sandbar Cantina and Grill

    317 S. 2nd Ave. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-647-1424 The Sandbar Cantina and Grill, a massive sprawl of white sand volleyball courts in that sort of untouched southeastern section of Deep Ellum, features six courts, all of them regulation size, all of them beautiful. Owner Mike Morgan says the most common reaction he gets when new patrons stumble upon the bar is “Holy shit, I'm at a white sand beach, not an unpretentious bar.” He also says there are plans for expansion. Soon, more courts will be built and a second story will be added to the indoor space, which houses a full bar and working kitchen serving Baja-style grub. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Sangria


    4524 Cole Ave. Dallas, TX 75205
    214-520-4863 An interpretation of the Spanish mid-to-late afternoon nosh by serial restaurateur Alberto Lombardi (Toulouse, Cibus, Penne Pomodoro), this eatery offers diners excursions through Mediterranean regions beyond the Iberian Peninsula. Standard tapas like garlic shrimp get equal footing (eating?) with ham and cheese croquettes with spanikopita and a chicken tagine. House-made pastas and paella are also available. Customers enjoying the classic tortilla española and patatas bravas between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. on the first Sunday of each month are treated to flamenco acts. However, Mondays might be the best day to patronize Sangria. It is then, from 8 p.m. to close, that selected tapas are two dollars, which is more in line with the cost of tapas in the land of castanets and Don Quixote. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Scat Jazz Lounge

    Scat Jazz Lounge

    111 W. Fourth St. Fort Worth, TX 76102
    817-870-9100 Capturing the speakeasy spirit with classic handcrafted cocktails and an underground appeal accessible by elevator, Scat Jazz Lounge, hidden in an alley off 4th Street, is the only jazz bar downtown. It aspires to be world-class and old-school while also maintaining a hip and intimate feel. Lighting and textures are soft, and menu offerings are limited to light finger foods so there's no clink and clank of dinner clamor to compete with the music. Open six nights a week, Scat attracts an after-dinner crowd. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Second Floor Bistro Bar

    The Second Floor Bistro Bar

    13340 Dallas Parkway Dallas, TX 75240-6603
    972-450-2978 Tucked away on the second floor (hence the name) and more, shall we say serene, than the Westin's boisterous Oceanaire, this Scotch lounge/modern international restaurant was still feeling around for sure footing during review visits. But there's quite a bit of promise, given chef J. Chastain's penchant for solid technique. Ingredients are fresh, slices of sashimi grade tuna melt on your tongue and homemade pasta is cooked perfectly al dente. Although the cooking seems understated and the room feels like, well, a dressed up hotel space, an emphasis on quality shows through. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Service Bar

    Service Bar

    1919 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206

    This grimy Lower Greenville drinking spot may be dark. And yeah, it may sometimes smell like sewage, now that the smoking ban keeps it from smelling like a comparably rosy ashtray. But the patio makes for a nice place to chill out, and the drink specials will have you too drunk to care in a hurry. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Sharky

    Sharky's Bar & Grill

    17453 Preston Rd. Dallas, TX 75252
    972-713-0201 For more than 20 years, this North Dallas sports and billiards bar has been attracting folks to a strip shopping center on Preston Road (just south of Frankford Road) with the promise of airing every big sporting event on one of their many big-screen TVs, free pool with lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and a happy hour every day from open until 9 p.m. with $2.50 wells and domestic bottles and $2.25 drafts. Thursdays and Saturdays the bar hosts popular karaoke nights, and there's a full menu along with a $5 menu of bar staples like burgers and tacos, plus a late night menu. In addition to billiards, Sharky's has video games, shuffleboard and darts. There are two lounge areas with comfortable seating. Sharky's also has a patented drink called the "Sucker Punch"-- a mix of Stoli Blueberi Vodka, Red Bull, Sprite and cranberry juice. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Sherlock

    Sherlock's Baker St. Pub & Grill

    5100 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75254
    972-726-6100 If the name didn't clue you in to this bar and grill's all-things-British theme, you'll figure out the second you open the door and see the full-size red telephone booth and the walls, which are bedecked with rugby and cricket memorabilia mixed in with the typical pub design. Because Sherlock's boasts far more easily re-arranged seating than your average pub, it's a great place for large groups-and there's also a large patio. The pub's located in a strip mall in smoke-friendly Addison, so be prepared for a haze. The place can get pretty packed during happy hours and weekends-what with two bars, a full dining menu, nightly live music and popular drink specials like $2 wells and domestic drafts from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and all day on Sunday. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Sherlock

    Sherlock's Baker Street Pub

    254 Lincoln Square Center Arlington, TX 76011
    817-226-2300 The mystery of how Sherlock's Pub managed to become so successful is easily solved in one visit. Located popular Arlington shopping center Lincoln Square, Sherlock's is a multifaceted venue. On the bar-and-grill side, the dark wood walls are covered with old leather-bound books, globes, and knickknacks, reminiscent of 221B Baker Street-sans the flatscreen TVs, of course. A second main space is the entertainment area, which serves as a concert venue and a game room. But the most exciting thing about Sherlock's Pub? The Monday night $2 you-call-it drink special. Is it the 19th century decor or the unbeatable drink prices that keep people coming back? Elementary, my dear Watson -- it's both. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Shipping and Receiving

    201 S Calhoun St Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 76104

  • Ships Lounge

    Ships Lounge

    1613 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206

    Ships is one of the oldest dives in town and it sits in between the Lower Greenville club scene and an old East Dallas neighborhood. Visiting Ships on any evening offers a one-of-a-kind look into what happens when the two worlds collide. On one end of the bar, you'll see folks who've been regulars since the bar opened some 50 years ago. And, just a few seats down, you'll usually see musicians and artists mixed in with people trying to catch a game on TV. The older regulars like to keep the place quiet, and they enforce a strict no-cussing policy. So be prepared to use your inside voices-or at least keep it to a dull roar. Ships has all the charm of an old-school neighborhood dive, but the people you'll rub elbows with there make the place such an interesting bar. The cozy, welcoming place dates back to the '50s and has been owned by Charlie Red around 30 years. Red may be the reason there are few patrons disturbing the peace at Ships. One barmaid says he's been known to break his own no-cussing/no-fighting rules when it comes to enforcing order. But he's also the kind of peacekeeper who's willing to buy a round for the house after enjoying a few himself. Ships shows every second of its age in its attitude and catch-as-catch-can decor. A cramped walkway separates the bar from a row of tiny booths, a set-up better suited to quiet conversation than group commotion. As its name implies, there's a nautical theme, from the anchor design upholstered to the blue padding on the front door to the submerged treasure chest painted on a closet in the back. Pieces of the glossy black ceiling are peeling off in sheets, and the men's and women's closet-sized restrooms share a common sink. Don't bother pulling out your plastic here: The antique brass cash register is just that-a cash register--ready to make change for the Best of Dallas-winning jukebox stocked with classic Motown, country, soul and blues. And while it may be beer and (boxed) wine only, Ships is a great place to watch the Cowboys, as happy hour prices ($1.25 drafts) apply during the game. There's a sizable flat-screen behind the pool table but the older regulars seem to prefer the smaller set by the front door. Ships is the kind of place its loyal patrons can depend on. The sign says its hours are 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. every day, but one bartender explains that whoever opens will usually relent for the early birds waiting outside. And every day means every day--Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Silver City

    Silver City

    7501 N. Stemmons Dallas, TX 75247
    214-689-8989 Nude sculptures flank Silver City's central bar. The main room has four stages of topless beauties so no matter where you’re sitting you can savor the view. Every guest is treated as VIP at Silver City Cabaret. Offering a discreet shuttle service and an in-house lingerie boutique, the club has the entertainers, top-shelf liquor and happy hour specials that have pulled in a solid regular base since 2000. It also coordinates after-hours parties with local clubs and offers a respectable steak and seafood menu, along with $2 Tuesday drink specials. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Silverado Room

    Silverado Room

    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 >>

  • Simone Lounge

    Simone Lounge

    222 Hickory St. Denton, TX 76201

  • Single Wide

    Single Wide

    2110 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206

    Just days before it would have turned 26, Lower Greenville dive bar The Winedale Tavern shuttered its doors. Weeks later, Kim Finch opened The Single Wide in its place, the neighborhood's answer to Finch's other bar, The Double Wide in Deep Ellum. Just as her other bar pokes fun at redneck culture, The Single Wide does the same. One of the bar's walls is decorated with old hubcaps, another is covered with old deer head trophies, and in the corner sits a fully functional Elvis Presley pinball machine. The drink menu follows suit with "Yoohoo Yeehaw," "Hurritang" and "Boone's Farm Martini." Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Sissy

    Sissy's Southern Kitchen & Bar

    2929 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-827-9900 Here's how to navigate Sissy's, the saccharine sweet Southern love fest from restaurant newcomer Lisa Garza. Grab two or three friends and sit at the gorgeous marble bar. Order a bready Abita amber or one of those stunning, spicy margaritas garnished with a flower blossom. Then order a bucket of chicken and a bottle of that housemade hot sauce for every hand. Stick to basics for sides: whipped potatoes, mac and cheese, Texas caviar and leathery collard greens, which wake up nicely with a touch of lemon or vinegar. Practice restraint if you want to make it through dessert. Bread pudding brings a soft, custardy, jiggling, car battery-sized piece of lead, topped with candied nuts and drizzled with crème Anglaise. Chocolate cake claims to be better than sex, which is nuts, but it’s still pretty good. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Sisu Uptown Resort

    Sisu Uptown Resort

    2508 Maple Ave. Dallas, TX 75201

    Sisu Uptown Resort is one of the few Uptown aqua lounges that does not require a club membership. Open to the general public, Sisu's pool accommodates people looking to swim year round, and can easily shift from indoor club to outdoor party, depending on the season. A haven for Dallas' least modest bikini-wearing socialites, Sisu's multiple bars and DJ booth make the large lounge the perfect location for the dozens of year-round fashion shows, DJ spinoffs and raffle events it hosts. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Skybar


    1000 Texan Trail Grapevine, TX 76051-3776

    To get to Skybar, which is on the second floor of Vineyard Steak House in Grapevine, you have to pass through the restaurant's labyrinth of Tuscan-inspired design and the scent of mesquite-charred beef. Skybar is an extension of the popular restaurant, but once you traverse the stairs, the experience is much more casual. On a recent visit, a singer performed cover songs on an acoustic guitar as a handful of satisfied dinner guests with loosened ties polished off after-dinner martinis. The bartender informed us that we could order dinner in the bar, but we just settled for one of the 250 selections on the wine menu. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Skye Bar

    Skye Bar

    1217 Main St. Dallas, TX 75202
    214-741-1059 This three-story club is located off Main Street, right in the heart of downtown. Each floor has one to two bars and a dance floor, and it isn't a club for wallflowers. The first two floors offer VIP sections, and the first and third provide go-go dancers. In order to get the best feel for the place, we recommend starting at the top and working your way down to determine which floor is right for you. If you are running fashionably late, be prepared to wait in one of the longest lines on Main Street. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Slip Inn

    The Slip Inn

    1806 McMillan Ave. Dallas, TX 75206

    Despite its trendy Henderson locale, The Slip Inn feels every bit like an inner-city underground club, helped by the red neon lighting and black vinyl seating. The bar makes for an excellent hangout with a 3 to 8 p.m. nightly happy hour, booth seating in back and DJs spinning hip-hop every night of the week. Up for a game of pool? The Slip Inn has a pool table and holds a 9-ball tournament on the last Tuesday of every month. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Smoke


    901 Fort Worth Ave. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-393-4141 As the name implies, there is plenty of barbecue-from brisket to ribs to real Carolina-style pulled pork. But Smoke is more than a barbecue pit. Chef Tim Byres, formerly of Stephan Pyles, takes the name very literally. He cooks almost everything the restaurant offers over burning hardwood in the traditional way of the pre-electric South. Fresh fish and scallops carry a smoky tinge, as does house-cured meat and grilled vegetables. Breakfast is one of the city's best. But dinner ranks up there, too-as long as you don't mind smelling like smoke on your way home. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

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