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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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  • Showdown

    2019 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76010-5537

  • Showdown II

    4907 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76107-4152

  • Shuckers Sports Bar

    6500 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76116-4352

  • Side Tracked Pub & Grub

    3101 E. Division St. Arlington, TX 76011-6821

  • Sideline Club

    10016 N. Crowley Road Crowley, TX 76036-9588

  • 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 Silver City >>

  • Silver Dollar Saloon

    2811 S. Cherry Lane Fort Worth, TX 76116-3901

  • 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 Silverado Room >>

  • 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 Single Wide >>

  • 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 Sisu Uptown Resort >>

  • Six Ball Club

    3610 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75215-3615

  • 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 Skybar >>

  • 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 Skye Bar >>

  • Slice New York Style Pizza & Bar

    2010 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-7167

  • 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 The Slip Inn >>

  • Smith's Drive Inn

    5315 S. 2nd Ave. Dallas, TX 75210-3304

  • Smokey's

    710 W. Jessamine St. Fort Worth, TX 76110-2633

  • SMU Boulevard Ice House

    SMU Boulevard Ice House

    5625 Yale Blvd. Dallas, TX 75206

    Located on the opposite side of Central Expressway from Southern Methodist University, SMU Boulevard Ice House used to be known as the Yale Ice House before the city went and changed the name of the street out front. It's owned and operated by Phillip Leitch, who also owns Across the Street Bar next door. Just park anywhere in the area and you can walk to any of the popular happy hours and after-hours hangouts in the neighborhood. This bare-bones bar has an open-air patio with plenty of seating. Oh, and Leitch says, "There's always $5 pitchers of whatever's on draft, like Coors Light, Bud Light or Shock Top." Read more about SMU Boulevard Ice House >>

  • Smyth


    4513 Travis St. Dallas, TX 75205

    Owned by the gentlemen who brought you South Dallas' swanky retro bar Cedars Social (a secret agent-themed upscale bar and restaurant), Smyth is a lush cocktail bar with a permeating '70s vibe. Trained servers do not simply take your orders at Smyth — they seat you in one of the eight exclusive booths, which require calling ahead to reserve, and then ask you your tastes in flavors and spirits, information they use to concoct a customized, hand-crafted cocktail. Some cocktails even include a "wisp of match smoke" over the tops of them, for added aroma and flavor. If you're looking to impress someone, take them to Smyth. Just be sure you can find the entrance, since it's a hidden door on the side of the building. Read more about Smyth >>

  • Sneaky Pete

    Sneaky Pete's

    2 Eagle Point Dr Lewisville, TX 75077-1773
    972-434-2500 Sneaky Pete's on Lake Lewisville has really embraced summertime lake culture. The restaurant and sports bar, with its lake-themed décor, boasts good food and cheap drinks as well as a calendar with different events every night. It's a great place to relax and catch a live band or watch pro or college football on the screens that line the walls. Because of its unique location on Lake Lewisville, people enjoying the lake can steer their boats into the marina and walk right up to the bar. And if you feel like staying outside, you can start a game of sand volleyball on its numerous courts. Read more about Sneaky Pete's >>

  • Snookie

    Snookie's Bar & Grill

    3604 Oak Lawn Ave. Dallas, TX 75219
    214-521-1068 Since 1996, this bar and grill has been knocking out customers with its lauded chicken-fried steak, not to mention its burgers. Predictable, as is the classic and indie rock-heavy jukebox, we know, but the ravenous droves who populate the place speak for themselves. On the way home from a night of tossing 'em back, a fried-food fix can be yours at Snookie's. It's open until 2 a.m. So, why not could kill two birds with one stone? Start the night here and end it here by munching on cheese fries and sliders at the bar, behind which the keeps sling everything from domestic drafts to Technicolor shooters. Read more about Snookie's Bar & Grill >>

  • Snuffer

    Snuffer's Restaurant & Bar

    2408 Preston Road Plano, TX 75093
    469-467-9911 In this city, there are greasy burger joints and there are joints with good greasy burgers. Snuffer’s is one of the latter. The lower Greenville hot spot (other locations are scattered across the metroplex) offers the epitome of hangover relief in a hand-formed patty that is oh-so-guilt-inducing. Made to order, the devil burgers are not desires of whim but, instead, craveables. Just trust us. As far as lighter fare, Snuffer’s also places high. Chicken sandwiches, marinated chicken strips, turkey burgers and even salads all rated readily noshable and palate-pleasing. Watch the sodium content by opting for a large water and all should be well…or go with a shake and lie on the couch for the rest of the day. Your call. Read more about Snuffer's Restaurant & Bar >>

  • So & So

    So & So's

    3309 McKinney Ave Dallas, TX 75204

    The bars in Uptown have typically not been known for exemplary bar food, as most stay well within the confines of burgers and things topped with melted cheese. So&So bucks this trend with its new McKinney Avenue dining room. Sure, there’s a burger on the menu, and even pizza, but the majority of the dishes lean toward upper-crust dining. Don’t pass on the pork chop. It’s cooked perfectly and paired with cream cheese grits and little figs. A roasted avocado for snacking with chips and a number of desserts will leave you with the impression this place is as much a place to eat as it is to drink. Read more about So & So's >>

  • Social House

    Social House

    5100 Belt Line Road Addison, TX 75254
    214-521-7500 Social House used to serve up burgers and fries to the denizens of Uptown, right off Cedar Springs. Now it's moved to Addison, to larger, grander digs. Multiple dining areas include a quiet dining room, an open bar room and sizeable patio: pretty much everything you need to meet your friends for a drink, party like a frat boy or find a private booth for hushed conversation. If you like burgers, Social House has a big one. As tall as a can of beer, the sandwich takes deliberate compression to pick up and eat. You might even have to cut it in half to avoid making a mess on that new button-down shirt you’re sporting. The rest of the menu looks like any elevated pub-grub docket. There are are Reubens and other sandwiches laden with meat, fish and chips and steaks, salads and pizzas. There are 73 items to choose from on what may be one of Addison's most ambitious menus. Read more about Social House >>

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