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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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  • W xyz Bar @ the Aloft Hotel Plano

    W xyz Bar @ the Aloft Hotel Plano

    1033 Young St. Dallas, TX 75202-4807

  • W.W. Fairfield

    W.W. Fairfield's

    147 N. Plano Road Richardson, TX 75081-3827
    972-231-3844 A North Texas tradition since 1978, W.W. Fairfield's boasts some dedicated employees who've been punching a time clock at the honky-tonk for more than 25 years. One of its bars in the back even has "reserved" spots for equally long-time regulars. W.W. Fairfield's is sandwiched between Yum Yum Greek Restaurant and Pho Bac Vietnamese Restaurant in a Richardson strip shopping area, but the strip offers plenty of parking even on busy Friday and Saturday nights. The country and Western bar features a large wooden dance floor and live music on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, with dance lessons available Monday through Thursday. It offers a bar menu of sandwiches, burgers and appetizers like cheese sticks, cheese fries and stuffed jalapeños, and there are dartboards, pool tables and big screen TVs. Read more about W.W. Fairfield's >>

  • Water Hole

    3620 Raider Drive Hurst, TX 76053-7908

  • Way Station

    1109 Dickens Court Arlington, TX 76015-3506

  • We Can Do It Club

    711 Barden St. Fort Worth, TX 76107-2727

  • Weasel's Sports Bar

    5631 Sears St. Dallas, TX 75206-7117

  • Webb Lounge

    9745 Harry Hines Blvd. Dallas, TX 75220-5441

  • Webb's Bar & Grill

    2224 E. Airport Frwy Irving, TX 75062-4835

  • Weekends Sports Bar

    Weekends Sports Bar

    600 Cooke Drive Rowlett, TX 75088

    Half beach bar and half honky-tonk, Weekends is the boot scootin', live-music party center on Lake Ray Hubbard. On one side in the cabana bar, a young party crowd can be entertained by cover bands, a dance floor, a huge game room, happy hour margaritas and a free late-night taco bar. A second space calls out to the country fans, with more live bands in this Western-style, Texan-friendly watering hole. Read more about Weekends Sports Bar >>

  • West Village

    West Village

    3699 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204

  • Western Place Club

    837 N. Burleson Blvd. Burleson, TX 76028-2909

  • Wet Willie

    Wet Willie's Saloon

    12301 Camp Bowie W. Blvd. Aledo, TX 76008

  • Whiskey Cake

    Whiskey Cake

    3601 Dallas Parkway Plano, TX 75093
    972-993-2253 Located just off the Dallas North Tollway at Parker Road in Plano, Whiskey Cake takes over the old Plano Tavern location, remodeling, renovating and reinventing the spot into a farm-to-kitchen gastropub -- complete with potted herbs in a grow room. Opened by the folks behind the Ranch in Las Colinas (and Twin Peaks), Whiskey Cake offers contemporary, "scratch-only" American cuisine prepared with fresh, local, seasonally available ingredients. Beer is served ice-cold, and classic cocktails are made even classier with fresh ingredients like homemade syrups and fresh-squeezed fruit and vegetable juices (huge industrial-size juicers, as well as heaps of produce, are visible behind the bar). Also, no soda fountains -- the soft drinks at Whiskey Cake come in bottles. Read more about Whiskey Cake >>

  • Whiskey Cake Kitchen & Bar

    3601 Dallas Parkway Plano, TX 75093

  • Whiskey Girl Saloon

    Whiskey Girl Saloon

    2413 Ellis Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76164

    Whiskey Girl Saloon is nestled in the heart of the Fort Worth Stockyards, with country bars and honky-tonks cornering it on all sides. The 5,000-plus-square-foot bar is one of few in the area that serves as a venue for local country, alternative and indie acts alike. Catch the venue on one of its “open bar” nights and pay less than $20 to drink and watch performances by local lineups that play on one of the venue's two large stages. Read more about Whiskey Girl Saloon >>

  • White Elephant Beer Garden

    White Elephant Beer Garden

    106 E. Exchange Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76106
    817-624-8273 Do you like the fake six-gun shootouts at Six Flags? Then you"ll love this place, with its brass foot rails, a history that traces back (in name, anyway) to the 1880s and regular appearances by some pretty great country troubadours who like to kick it old-school, such as Brian Burns. Giddy up. Read more about White Elephant Beer Garden >>

  • White Horse Saloon

    9100 N. Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75231

  • White Rock Sports Bar & Grill

    White Rock Sports Bar & Grill

    718 N. Buckner Blvd. Dallas, TX 75218

    This unique Lake Highlands-area dive bar is located in a strip shopping mall just a stone's throw from White Rock Lake. With plenty of TVs and seating, the neighborhood sports bar makes for a good location to catch a big game while enjoying White Rock's drink specials. At night, you can't miss the joint thanks to the bright-as-day glow from the huge neon sign that runs the width of the bar. The kitchen cranks out typical bar fare (the burgers are popular with the regulars - "Damn good," one said), and bring quarters in case you feel like playing some arcade or pinball games. Billiards and shuffleboard are available, too. Read more about White Rock Sports Bar & Grill >>

  • Whitehall Exchange

    Whitehall Exchange

    500 N. Bishop Ave. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-946-3900 There's a certain art-forward, laid-back feel to the restaurants and bars popping up in Oak Cliff's Bishop Arts District. Whitehall Exchange, a relaxed wine bar on the corner of Bishop and Seventh, follows the shared attitude. It feels nothing like a stereotypical wine bar. It feels almost like an old neighborhood haunt with its pressed tin roof and faded dark blue walls with chipped paint. It's friendly too. Even on a busy night the bartender is willing to entertain an endless amount of wine tasting requests before patrons commit to purchasing a glass or bottle, which can be accompanied by a number of flatbreads. Read more about Whitehall Exchange >>

  • Why Not Club

    704 E. Division St. Arlington, TX 76011-7216

  • The Wild Rooster Bar

    The Wild Rooster Bar

    3204 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76107
    817-332-9453 Fort Worth's Wild Rooster is considered part of the Seventh Street Corridor, though it sits alone on the fringe. But being located apart from the other neighborhood bars isn't a bad thing. It means people who visit the bar aren't going to barhop up and down the street. They're there for the night. And Wild Rooster gives them reason to be. The roomy bar is cavernous but never feels empty, thanks to an abundance of seating and décor that covers the red walls. On weeknights, you can sit at the bar and watch the game. On weekends, you can catch one of Fort Worth's best country or rock acts on the Wild Rooster stage. Read more about The Wild Rooster Bar >>

  • The Wild Turkey

    The Wild Turkey

    2470 Walnut Hill Dallas, TX 75229
    214-351-5383 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. There are plenty of televisions broadcasting local and national sporting events as well as some arcade games, but the emphasis here is on the down-home cooking and casual atmosphere. Specialties include chicken-fried steak and pot roast served with the restaurant's signature garlic rolls. There are a healthy variety of hamburgers and sandwiches, like the namesake double-decker of fresh smoked turkey breast and lettuce on wheat toast with the house special dressing or mayo. Finger foods are popular on game days. However, the menu veers into Tex-Mex, pasta, steak and children's menu territory. Read more about The Wild Turkey >>

  • Willhoite

    Willhoite's Restaurant

    432 S. Main St. Grapevine, TX 76051
    817-481-7511 The folks who run Willhoite's in downtown Grapevine are awfully proud of their city's roots. After all, they named their restaurant and bar after Andrew Willey Willhoite, the man who opened a gas station in the bar's space in 1919. In an homage to him, a vintage car sits atop a buffet where you can serve yourself what the place calls "contemporary fast food." Willhoite's biggest attraction, though, is the nightlife. The place bustles with light-beer-guzzling fortysomethings, most of them waiting their turns for karaoke. Read more about Willhoite's Restaurant >>

  • Willie's Lounge

    1105 S. Beacon St. Dallas, TX 75223-1617

  • Windmill Lounge

    Windmill Lounge

    5320 Maple Ave. Dallas, TX 75235
    214-443-7818 There's a line in bartender Jason Kosmas' book, Speakeasy, that talks about the benefit of hanging out in the old man’s bar. Wisdom is passed down, advice is doled out, strong drinks are poured. Windmill owner and barman Charlie Papaceno is certainly no old man, but his bar seems to be the go-to drinkery for the area's best bartenders. The Windmill, located just beyond the outskirts of Uptown, finds its charm in its divey digs. The dark room is lined with second-hand tables, and the songs on the jukebox hit the spot almost as well as the drinks. And at the heart of the place is Papaceno, who makes each drink with a smile and friendly conversation. Read more about Windmill Lounge >>

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