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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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  • Vagabond


    3619 Greenville Avenue Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75206

    You’d never expect music like this in a restaurant like this. Sure, lots of burger places tuck an acoustic guitar balladeer in the corner who plays Coldplay covers and largely goes unnoticed, but Vagabond curates real artists. When they play, they command the entire room. If the music is not your thing, simply head out to the back patio where you’ll find an irregularly shaped bocce court fashioned from the grave of a swimming pool. The reason you’ll come back repeatedly, though, is the food, which is quite good for bar food standards, and downright exceptional if you’re considering music venue chow. The burgers are hefty, juicy specimens that reduce your bun to a mess as you finish, and there are options other than beef including grilled chicken and vegetarian. Whichever you get, make sure you get a side of the streak fries. They’re fried in duck fat. There’s nothing else you need to know. Read more about Vagabond >>

  • Velvet Hookah

    15375 Addison Road Addison, TX 75001-4552

  • Venice Beach Entertainment

    1621 E. Lamar Blvd. Arlington, TX 76011

  • The Venue Grill

    441 Stacy Road Mc Kinney, TX 75069

  • Venus Room

    2348 Lu Field Road Dallas, TX 75229

  • Veritas Wine Room

    Veritas Wine Room

    2323 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-8378
    214-841-9463 If Veritas Wine Room's rustic, old-world décor and dimly lit, relaxed atmosphere make the wine bar and retail shop feel more like a pub than a wine room, it's by design. Planned as a "VinoPub," Veritas was opened in the summer of 2008 on Henderson Avenue. Boasting a revolving list of 350 labels of wine, the shop's sommeliers keep a well-varied selection of 20-plus wines available by the glass. The food menu offers an array of Texas meats, cheeses and chocolates, as well as some selected imported foods. Wines aside, the casual-to-dressy neighborhood haunt is known for its heaping cheese boards and craft beers. A local gallery provides colorful artwork that lines the walls, and seating inside ranges from cozy pub tables to large communal tables to comfy armchairs. Read more about Veritas Wine Room >>

  • Vernon's Grille

    5290 S. Beltline Road Grand Prairie, TX 75052

  • Vickery Park

    Vickery Park

    2810 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-6504
    214-827-1432 Considering its location in the upscale Knox-Henderson area, Vickery Park is refreshingly unpretentious. Whether you hang out on the well-worn porch, watch a game on one of several big screens in the main room, belly up to the spacious bar or settle into one of the couches in the lounge area, you'll feel at home. The bar boasts an impressive selection of craft beers, including rotating special offerings, along with the more familiar light American beers. Read more about Vickery Park >>

  • Vickery Park

    Vickery Park

    1011 E. 15th St. Plano, TX 75074-6221

  • Victor Tango

    Victor Tango's

    3001 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-6404
    214-252-8595 Since 2008, this sleek Henderson Avenue restaurant has been a spot for the young social set to show off some new threads, throw back specialty cocktails and sip on craft beer. The food is all over the map, but it's good, leaning on Asian, Middle Eastern, Spanish and American flavors. Picture a hunk of celery root cut like a steak and served with a savory tonnato sauce and frisée, or if you'd prefer beef, order the hanger steak rare and watch it arrive a shade of burgundy. The flatbreads are a good choice, as is the grilled octopus salad. You should drink here, if only because everyone else is. Victor Tangos is as much about the scene as it is about the sauce you're mopping off your plate. You'll find plenty of craft cocktails from an ever-changing menu and what the barman refers to as "the best little beer list in Dallas." Read more about Victor Tango's >>

  • Victory Tavern

    Victory Tavern

    2501 N. Houston St. Dallas, TX 75219
    214-432-1900 A staple of Victory Park, Victory Tavern is the moderate- to high-priced bar and grill that fills up on game and concert nights and empties out when the downtown entertainment district does. The bar, a huge rectangle in the middle of room, is covered in warm cherry wood, as is the ceiling and the walls. The bartender, dressed in a shirt and tie, offers a drink and points to the handful of bar taps on his side of the counter. A recent night offered Blue Moon, Rahr and a few other domestics. A few flatscreen televisions on the back wall show sports, which, on some nights, are played live just a few steps away at the American Airlines Center. Read more about Victory Tavern >>

  • The Village Country Club

    The Village Country Club

    8308 Southwestern Blvd. Dallas, TX 75206-1504
    214-772-3100 Located in The Village Apartments, The Village Country Club is exclusive to the residents of the apartments and their guests - though we hear that some folks keep coming back to haunt this bar long after they've moved to other habitations. In addition to the restaurant and bar, the club features amenities for residents like a fitness center, a walking trail, a practice putting green complete with driving area for golfers and free Wi-Fi. Village Country Club's bar and lounge area features enough tables to accommodate a large crowd, a full bar, several flat screen TVs and pool tables. Also, outside there's a swimming pool and another bar. The club hosts special events for residents (and their guests) like movie nights, live concerts and themed parties. Read more about The Village Country Club >>

  • Vino 100

    Vino 100

    2909 Mckinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-969-9463 This wine bar might come across as classy, but with 100 bottles at $25 or less, it's an affordable and welcoming wine bar. Sure, there are selections well over the $25 mark on the Captain's Wall, but the overall feel is one absent of pretense. That's what co-owner Clint Brookshire and company have been going for since this location opened in 2005. Anyone, according to Brookshire, should be able to enter Vino 100 and feel comfortable immediately. To that end, each selection is described simply and evaluated for the guest according to the wine's taste and body and there's a suggested food pairing on the Vino 100 Wine Barometer. Members in the Vino 100 wine club receive a discount not just on the wine but also chef Mark McDaniel's Mediterranean-themed tapas menu. Read more about Vino 100 >>

  • VIP

    VIP's Lounge

    3237 White Settlement Road Fort Worth, TX 76107
    817-335-1647 Located across from Greenwood Cemetery since 1976, VIP's indulges the notion that it is haunted. A poster by the door even says so. The place is a one-room dive painted with murals by local artists. Dragons, suns and jungles share the walls with full-length mirrors around a comfy L-shaped bar. The name is ironic at best, but the dive has a certain charm to it, the staff pleasantly gruff but chatty. Shuffleboard, darts and pool entertain long-time regulars and TCU students seven days a week, offering cheap, beer, Jell-O shots and fresh tamales. Read more about VIP's Lounge >>