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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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  • 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 >>

  • St. John

    St. John's Wood

    2908 McKinney Ave. Plano, TX 75024
    214-880-1700 The London district that gives this bar its name is home to some of the most expensive properties in the world. As a salute to that classy lifestyle, St. John's Wood renovated a clean, double-story loft in the heart of Uptown into a hardwood hangout for a young professionals and neighborhood locals. A big stone-tiled patio under wooden trellises dwarfs the smaller downstairs interior where a few tables surround a little black stone-top bar. On the menu, burgers and you-call-it soda floats keep the patrons coming, as do $2 Margarita Mondays, daily happy hours and a waffle and omelet bar outside for weekend brunch. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • St. Pete

    St. Pete's Dancing Marlin

    2730 Commerce St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-698-1511 This popular and very noisy Deep Ellum pub has a reasonably priced menu. Pizzas feature an herb-infused thin crust and spicy tomato sauce, burgers are straightforward, American patties seasoned simply with pepper and salt, and there is even a pasta selection. Service is bustling and friendly, and on Friday and Saturday nights, when the rest of Deep Ellum blares its loudest music, St. Pete's offers an alternative with acoustic singer/songwriters and cold beer. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Stadium Cafe

    Stadium Cafe

    4872 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75254-7541
    972-701-0030 This Addison sports-themed restaurant has been around since 1997 and is as "neighborhood" as a place on Belt Line can get. Filled with regulars, the spot serves up two-dollar half-pound burgers and fries every Monday from 5 to 10 p.m., a free buffet on weekdays between 5 and 7 p.m. and loads of eat and drink specials on other days. With few exceptions, the full menu doesn"t steer too far from sports-bar fare. Of course, there are TVs wherever the eye rests, as well as video games like Big Buck Safari and Golden Tee -- sports bar requirements. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Stagecoach Ballroom

    Stagecoach Ballroom

    2516 E. Belknap St. Fort Worth, TX 76111-1104
    817-831-2261 Fort Worth is home to one of the largest ballroom dance floors in Texas, and that dance floor belongs to the Stagecoach Ballroom, a family-run country and Western dance hall that's been welcoming people of all ages since the mid-1950s. The Czajkowski family and their friends tend the long bar, and local bands and imports perform for a crowd that can number from 300 to 700 on weekends. The Stagecoach also hosts singles events and dance lessons. Remember to wear your boots. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Staggering Irishman

    18101 Preston Rd Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75252

  • The Staggering Irishman

    18101 Preston Rd Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75252

  • The Staggering Irishman

    18101 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75252

  • Stan

    Stan's Blue Note

    2908 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206

    Though the name would suggest otherwise, Stan's Blue Note is not a blues club. In fact, the only music this bar and grill offers comes from the digital jukebox, which boasts a fun smattering of everything from current hits to Sinatra. The beer selection may be expansive, but this isn't a beer destination either, as the choices aren't too adventurous and are served in frosted Mason jars--sure to make any beer nerd shudder. What it does offer is reasonable prices, an inviting, well-worn interior and a patio perfect for people watching, making it a favorite spot to unwind after a night of live music. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Standard Pour

    The Standard Pour

    2900 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204

    With the craft cocktail and mixology trend on full tilt in Dallas, Standard Pour takes the scene to the Uptown set. Located on the corner of McKinney Avenue and Allen Street, the bar invites an attractive mix of young patrons to sample a good selection of well made pre-Prohibition era cocktails. Pinpointing any one inspiration for the decor is difficult, as one section of the wall is covered with clocks set to various time zones. Other parts of the room nod to 19th-century France while the tall brick wall, lined with shelves stocked with a wide variety of booze, conjures nights spent at New York bars. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Starlight Lounge

    Starlight Lounge

    4319 Main St. Dallas, TX 75226

    Though its East Dallas neighbors are almost entirely businesses catering to Hispanics, the crowd at Starlight might be white, Hispanic or mixed depending on what time you go, according to its bartender. And "mixed" is perhaps the best description of the amenities at the Starlight Lounge--featured as one of "Dallas's Most Authentic Dive Bars". It's got a deafeningly loud Internet jukebox, a well-worn pool table, cheap beer and several eight-liner video slot machines. It's in a somewhat seedy neighborhood, evidenced by the occasional panhandling flower salesmen and black-eyed women who come in and never seem to buy a drink. So this bar is best left to the adventurous, those unfazed by loud jukeboxes and those who drink their breakfast. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Starlight Room

    Starlight Room

    603 Munger Ave. Dallas, TX 75202

  • Starzz Lounge

    Starzz Lounge

    2026 Commerce St. Dallas, TX 75201

    Pure Lounge is an 18-and-up dance club and ultra-lounge on the eastern outskirt of downtown just before Commerce funnels its one-way traffic into Deep Ellum. Pure offers Dallas' too-young-to-drink clubgoers a chance to dance the night away with all the expected downtown flair of nearby 21-&-up clubs on Main Street's "Money Alley" -- complete with velvet ropes, bouncers, lounge areas, VIP sections, energetic DJs and bartenders, and state-of-the-art lighting and mood effects including (but not limited to) lasers, strobe lights and smoke machines. The various lounge areas offer club-goers excellent views of the elbow-to-elbow crowd on the huge, centrally located dance floor. There's plenty of parking nearby, but you may want to bring cash to tip the parking lot attendants. Also, the bar has a $20 minimum for credit cards. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • State & Allen Lounge

    State & Allen Lounge

    2400 Allen St. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-239-1990 One of the most friendly bars in uptown is State & Allen Lounge. The selling point of the lively hangout is its extensive wraparound patio, perfect for sipping fine wines and people-watching. One side of the bar features a bistro-style interior, with wall-to-wall wine and aged bourbon selections, while the other boasts several tables and flat-screens for game days. State & Allen Lounge manages to strike a balance between both casual hangout and upscale lounge, and attracts mostly young professionals and their amicable pets. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Station 4

    Station 4

    3911 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75219-3519
    214-526-7171 The king (or queen?) of dance clubs, this hook-up-friendly outpost in Oak Lawn has the hottest beats and the hottest bodies. Questionable fashion choices abound (no one can really pull off vinyl short-shorts), but it's still the best environment for getting sweaty and heady while a DJ drops the needle. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Station 4 & Rose Room

    3911 Cedar Springs Rd Dallas, TX 75219-3519

  • Sterling

    Sterling's Bar and Grill

    18110 Midway Road Dallas, TX 75287
    972-733-3683 The cavernous space on the corner of Midway and Frankfurt has only recently changed its name to Red Rock. But long-time regulars will remember it by the name Sterlings. The Red Rock owners, though, have plans to do more than change the name: They want to inject the old neighborhood bar with new life -- starting with the beer menu. On a recent visit, the bartender was kind enough to educate a curious regular on the new selection of beers visible in a newly installed display cooler. Some things will remain the same, though. The huge stage that stands in the corner will still feature cover bands on the weekends, and the popular billiards tables will still draw locals looking for a game of pool. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Steve Fields Steak and Lobster Lounge

    Steve Fields Steak and Lobster Lounge

    5013 W. Park Blvd. Plano, TX 75093-2514

  • Stilletos Cabaret

    3929 S. Highway 157 Euless, TX 76040

  • Stingrays

    703 McKinney Ave Dallas, TX 75202

  • Stingrays Restaurant and Bar

    703 McKinney Ave Dallas, TX 75202

  • Stoneleigh P

    Stoneleigh P

    2926 Maple Ave. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-871-2346 In case you're wondering about the name, this historic watering hole used to be a pharmacy--called the Stoneleigh Pharmacy. It's as classy as you'd expect an Uptown bar to be, yet still manages a humble, welcoming, aw-shucks vibe. The parking lot may be full of luxury cars, but any place that sells $2 cans of Pabst Blue Ribbon, Schlitz and Pearl Light all day and every day can't be too uptight. As far as food, queso verde is by far your best bet -- though the excellent smoked chicken nachos can make for a meal on their own. Drinks at the full bar are priced a bit lower than one might expect for the location -- including, of course, those aforementioned canned brewskis, along with $2.75 Lone Stars and a moderate selection of bottled imports and domestics that all fall under $5. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Stonestreet Martini Bar

    1520 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75201

  • Strangeways


    2429 N. Fitzhugh Dallas, TX 75204
    214-823-7800 There's a little bit of mystery surrounding the name of the East Dallas bar Strangeways. The bartender will deny that it was named after The Smiths' record, Strangeways, Here We Come, but the bar's décor and music selection would suggest otherwise. The industrial look of the interior - raw wooden walls, concrete slab floor, and harsh, low lighting - is reminiscent of a bar one might find in the band's hometown of Manchester. Same goes for the playlist, most of which is taken from the British new wave and dance movement of the 1980s. The industrial theme ends, though, when you get to the menu, which features a wide range of rare craft beers and elevated bar food. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Strokers Ice House

    Strokers Ice House

    9324 Harry Hines Blvd. Dallas, TX 75235
    214-351-5252 Rick Fairless owns Stroker's Ice House, but it's his 71-year-old, profanity-spewing mother that manages the self-proclaimed "biggest, baddest biker bar in Dallas." Featured on the reality show Ma's Roadhouse, the stuffed critter-head and biker-babe covered walls enclose a venue born for classic rock, poker tournaments and wet T-shirt contests. This all fueled by the only beer on draft, Miller Lite. Though other beer and liquor selections are available, the bar's "when it rains we pour" policy makes dollar drafts hard to turn down in gloomy weather. Also available: a tattoo parlor and bike shop complete with bikini bike-wash girls. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

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