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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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  • 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 this Dallas bar or club >>

  • 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 this Dallas bar or club >>

  • 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 this Dallas bar or club >>

  • 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 this Dallas bar or club >>

  • 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 this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Social 121

    Social 121

    5760 State Highway 121 Plano, TX 75024

  • 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 this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Social House Supper Pub

    The Social House Supper Pub

    5100 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75254
    972-392-4300 A note on the menu of Addison's Social House claims that it's the first supper pub to come to the United States. That claim might be a hard sell for those who are already familiar with Addison's many pubs that also serve supper, but Social House does stand out in certain ways. The contrast between the dark wood of the furniture and the sandy-colored flagstone walls works nicely under the bar's low spot lighting. There are three separate bars in the Social House, one devoted to wine, one devoted to beer - with 50 on tap - and another where bartenders mix signature cocktails like the bourbon-based Mad Men. During supper, the flat-screen TVs on the wall show sharp images of classic art before yielding to sports later in the evening. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Social Restaurant and Lounge

    Social Restaurant and Lounge

    6101 Hillcrest Ave. Dallas, TX 75205
    214-219-8282 If you thought it impossible to find a successful boutique hotel across from SMU, you'd be wrong. The luxury is bright in this four-floor hotel. That extends to the establishment's restaurant, Social, which is located in the rear of the hotel's first floor. The 60-seat hideaway offers not only chat-inducing cocktails like The Mustang and Texas Peach, it also serves breakfast, often to the visiting parents of students. Signature entrées enjoyed on the custom-made red-velvet furniture include horseradish-crusted salmon with caper butter sauce and grilled, spice-rubbed flatiron steak with Béarnaise butter. But executive chef Jon Schwarzenberger also has small plates and lighter fare all the better for socializing. Among that selection is the breaded artichoke hearts with feta-cucumber dip, calamari fries and a selection of sandwiches that come with house-made potato chips. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • SODA Bar

    SODA Bar

    1325 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75215

  • Soho Food and Jazz

    Soho Food and Jazz

    5290 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75240
    972-490-8686 Whether cool or hot, smooth or be-bop, this Addison club has the appropriate menu selection with which to pair its jazz. Executive Chef Chad Burnett's dishes serve as a counterpoint to the casual atmosphere. South Carolina hare (confit with Vidalia onion hash, a Tuaca demi and tangerine glaze), big-eye tuna (sesame seared, with jasmine gnocchi, snow peas and hoisin barbecue sauce) and Hudson Valley duck (jerk and confit with potato-haricot vert Lyonnaisse and mango-Bacardi glaze) are all fine accompaniments to day after day of musical acts. If music is your emphasis, the jazz club offers extensive small-plates and drink menus. These include rice-crusted oysters with Thai sauce and Soho's signature martinis. The latter are only four dollars during happy hour. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Someplace Else

    1900 W. Arbrook Blvd. Arlington, TX 76015

  • Sons of Hermann Hall

    Sons of Hermann Hall

    3414 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-747-4422 The Sons of Hermann Hall on the corner of Elm and Exposition on the outskirts of Deep Ellum has been there for more than a century. Still used as a private lodge, the building is now a Texas Historic Landmark and is open to the public for some of the areas best concerts. Visit the downstairs bar for a drink and a game of pool or shuffleboard, take in a performance of your favorite musical act upstairs in the ballroom, or take a tour of the lodge's historical bowling alley. Not much has changed inside the Sons of Hermann Hall over time. It's like stepping inside a time machine set for decades ago. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • South Side Music Hall

    South Side Music Hall

    1135 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75215
    214-421-2021 The Gilley's Dallas Complex, home to The South Side Music Hall, is located just a few blocks south of downtown near the Convention Center. Opened in 2003 a few years after a fire gutted the original Gilley's in Pasadena, Texas, Gilley's Dallas has "El Toro," the original mechanical bull made famous in Urban Cowboy, much of which was filmed in the original honky-tonk. The Gilley's Dallas Complex, featuring The Palladium Ballroom, The South Side Music Hall, and The Loft, as well as a number of other "event spaces," is more a venue of many venues than the original honky-tonk. As a result, there's a show (or several shows) happening nearly every night of the week. Gilley's also hosts private parties, events, receptions and convention groups. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Southern Junction

    5574 Highway 276 Royse City, TX 75189
    972-771-2418 Real Texas tunes and real Texas tastes. The Junction offers entertainment for the discerning C&W ear and the best steaks in North Texas for the discerning taste buds. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Sparks Bar and Grill

    Sparks Bar and Grill

    5209 Rufe Snow Drive Fort Worth, TX 76180

  • Spearmint Rhino

    Spearmint Rhino

    10945 Composite Drive Dallas, TX 75220
    214-902-0700 Not to be confused with the Vegas club of the same name, Dallas' Spearmint Rhino, along with having one of the more eccentric names for a strip club, provides a plush interior and some of the city's highest dance poles. The main room is split by a stage that stretches from a bar lining one side of the club and is usually occupied by at least two dancers. Upstairs you'll find plenty of private booths and tables. Topless only, Spearmint Rhino is one of the more upscale clubs in Dallas, which means it comes with a premium price tag. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Speed Zone

    Speed Zone

    11130 Malibu Dr Dallas, TX 75229-4403

  • Speeds Billiards & Games

    Speeds Billiards & Games

    700 N. Watson Road Arlington, TX 76011
    817-640-7675 Like a gigantic den carpeted with whitewashed wood paneling, Speed Billiards seems comfortable hosting just about every entertainment a bar could have. Tons of pool tables, dart boards and arcades surround a small wooden central bar where no matter where you sit, a flat-screen meets the eye. Beer and liquor specials run through the week, with free pool on Sundays and Mondays. Pool, darts and foosball tournaments offer the competitive crowd a place to hang out during the week while on weekends, Texas Hold 'Em tournaments and shot specials call to the younger Arlington locals. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Spencer

    Spencer's Corner

    6861-C Green Oaks Road Fort Worth, TX 76116

  • Spike

    5321 E. Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX 75206-5185

  • Sporting News Grill

    Sporting News Grill

    3300 W. Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX 75235

  • Sports City Cafe

    3808 Towne Crossing Blvd. Mesquite, TX 75150

  • Sports Page

    Sports Page

    3300 W. Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX 75235-5906

    Located within eyesight and earshot of the airport, Sports Page Grill sits adjacent to the lobby of the Wyndham Dallas Love Field, which recently underwent a $13 million renovation to update the place and help soundproof the hotel's rooms. Like the Wyndham, the Sports Page Grill underwent some remodeling and upscaling (see: plush red banquettes). Inside, you'll find plenty of sports memorabilia, several large flatscreen TVs, attentive wait staff, a full bar and an extensive menu, from which you can order up appetizers, steaks, sandwiches, salads and many other options. In the morning, folks sip Starbucks Coffee and nibble on pastries, eggs, fruit and the like at the breakfast buffet. At night, expect to see some weary travelers unwinding at the bar. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Scotty

    Scotty's Elm St. Saloon

    1608 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75201

    Straight in the heart of downtown Dallas is The Spread Eagle Saloon. Squeezed in between large buildings, the bar's Elm Street location attracts an array of people, including businessmen, construction workers and young couples. Two pool tables, a foosball table, dart boards and a coin-operated boxing machine provide patrons with entertainment during or after the several football or basketball games, which are always projected around the room and on the large screen near the bar. Step out front and have a seat at one of the four tables in the small roped-in area for an up-close view of the Dallas skyline. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

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