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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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  • McFadden


    4050 Belt Line Road Addison, TX 75001
    469-206-3610 In press releases leading up to the opening of McFadden's, the key phrase was “The Irish Are Coming,” but the surface is about as far as they reach. There are some large fixtures in place that are somewhat convincing. A windowed wall that divides the massive space into two rooms is painted the color of stout beer, and looks like it could be found along an Irish street. However, going to the cavernous Addison bar for an Irish pub experience is a lot like going to a Tex-Mex restaurant in Dublin in hopes of an authentic meal. The staples are there: Guinness, Bass and Smithwicks are on tap, along with cheap shots of Jameson, but the heart – it's all Addison. Read more about McFadden's >>

  • McKinney Avenue Tavern

    McKinney Avenue Tavern

    2822 Mckinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204-2538
    214-969-1984 When you're looking for a serious sports bar, Big Al & Redneck Steve's McKinney Avenue Tavern has you and your team's number. It's the kind of place where you see several tables filled with folks in sweaty, grass-stained uniforms who just left a baseball diamond or a football field and are ordering pitchers before watching a game. And with flatscreens both inside and on the patio (including a huge 96-inch big screen), no matter where you're seated you'll be sure not to miss a second of the action. The bar always offers $3 PBRs and happy hour runs all night on Tuesdays. The front patio offers regulars a good view of McKinney Avenue for Uptown people-watching and provides a nice, quieter spot when a big game is on inside. Read more about McKinney Avenue Tavern >>

  • McSwiggan

    McSwiggan's Irish Pub

    6910 Windhaven Parkway Lewisville, TX 75056-5204
    972-820-0688 Entering McSwiggans is the trickiest part, as the main outer door is quite heavy. Once inside, you are greeted by dark woods, Irish beer signage, and dart boards. Billing itself as "The Unofficial Boston Pub of Dallas," McSwiggans impresses with pub comfort food, including breakfast on weekends. Fresh sliced deli ham is grilled with cheddar cheese for a satisfying sandwich, and the side salad spotlights good field greens. Shepherd"s Pie is soul-warming on sunny or chilly days, and whatever the weather, be sure to sit in the genuine Fenway Park and Boston Garden seats to the left of the bar. Read more about McSwiggan's Irish Pub >>

  • Meddlesome Moth

    Meddlesome Moth

    1621 Oak Lawn Ave. Dallas, TX 75207
    214-628-7900 Keith Schlabs and Shannon Wynne, the team behind the Flying Saucer craft-beer chain, have upped their suds game. In 2010, they opened this gastropub with 40 rotating drafts, two cask ales and more than 85 bottles, all of which can be expertly paired with chef Chad Kelley's high-end pub grub. The restaurant is also the sight of frequent beer dinners, for which craft-beer brewmasters are brought in to showcase that beer and food can be matched like wine and food, often with surprising results. Meddlesome Moth is a beer connoisseur's mecca. However, it's not a solemn temple to beer, stained-glass windows notwithstanding. Rich Brazilian wood walls, a pewter-top bar and an earth-tone palette give it a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. Because when you drink beer, you want to kick back, not sip in a stuffy setting. Read more about Meddlesome Moth >>

  • Media Grill + Bar

    2201 N. Stemmons Freeway Dallas, TX 75207

  • Medusa

    1930 Pacific Avenue Dallas, TX 75201

  • Mehdi's Bar & Bistro

    807 Park Ave Dallas, TX 75201-6213

  • Melios Brothers Char Bar

    2026 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-7124

  • Memphis Restaurant

    Memphis Restaurant

    5000 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75240
    972-386-9517 Neither rain nor sleet nor any holidays will keep the show from going on at Memphis Restaurant and Club in Addison. The club's stage has hosted live music every night since opening in 1981. With plenty of well-worn wood, rickety stools and brass rails, Memphis looks like a silver-screen version of a classic, cozy, smoke-filled nightclub. Memphis' tables sit right next to the stage with only a narrow area (reserved for dancing) separating them from the elevated bar. The Shuck N' Jive next door is under the same management/ownership, and the kitchen's open until 1:30 a.m. A convenient door between the bar and restaurant means patrons don't even have to walk outside to place orders from the popular Cajun joint's menu. Read more about Memphis Restaurant >>

  • Men

    Men's Club of Dallas

    2340 W. NW Highway Dallas, TX 75220

    Classy and plush, with high-backed chairs to kick back in around the main stage, The Men's Club comfortably mixes upscale dining with adult entertainment. On the menu, live Maine lobster and steak au poivre are a regular staple, and Monday through Friday, lunch and dinner specials include an all-you-can-eat lunch buffet on Wednesdays and the club's popular Kick-Ass Filet Thursdays. Lifetime memberships of $2,000 are made more attractive by a VIP lounge with stage, five bars and the only adult club in the area with a pool and hot tub. Read more about Men's Club of Dallas >>

  • The Men's Club

    2816 Stanley Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76110

  • Mercy Wine Bar

    Mercy Wine Bar

    5100 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75254
    972-702-9463 Mercy Wine Bar takes its name from a Roy Orbison song, but you won"t find any tribute to him inside. Instead, you will find a very dark interior, pulsing with techno music, where you can relax at bar, table or couch. Full service menu for pairing and sharing, and of course good wines, available by flight, carafe, or bottle. Menu options include Blackened Ahi Tuna, Mac and White Truffle Gratin, and a seasonal fruit plate. Read more about Mercy Wine Bar >>

  • The Meridian Room

    The Meridian Room

    3611 Parry Ave. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-826-8383 This stalwart of Exposition Park has been a popular hangout for discerning bar goers in Dallas for well over a decade. There isn't a specific draw. Rather, discovering the bar's subtleties will make you a regular, just like the Expo Park dwellers and music fans who hang out in the nearby Deep Ellum neighborhood. The way the sun creates long shadows that fill the narrow space in the late afternoon is sublime, especially with a two- or three-beer buzz. A rotation of local artwork covers one wall, while a tall wooden case holds hundreds of bottles behind the bar on the other side. And the food, a selection of high-brow pub grub, is great for dinner or a late-night snack. Read more about The Meridian Room >>

  • Metro 5

    703 Mckinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75202-1007

  • Mexico Lindo Bar

    4832 E. Grand Ave. Dallas, TX 75223-2942

  • Mi Casa Bar

    3524 Hemphill St. Fort Worth, TX 76110

  • Michael's Ancho Chile Bar

    3413 W. 7th St. Fort Worth, TX 76107-2718

  • Midnight Rodeo

    17727 Addison Road Dallas, TX 75287

  • Millie's Oasis Club

    8115 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76001-7103

  • Milo Butterfinger

    Milo Butterfinger's

    5645 Yale Blvd. Dallas, TX 75206-5017

    Every inch of this joint yells "SPORTS!" from the signed Troy Aikman jersey on the wall near the front door to the big-screen TVs throughout the bar to the bowling, hunting and Golden Tee arcade games in the back. Cheap drinks, good sandwiches and friendly servers make it a relaxing place to take in a game. Also, you can check out the display of Born on the Fourth of July memorabilia, including script pages, as scenes from the Oliver Stone film were filmed there. The place was opened in 1971, and looks every bit its age, if not more. But somehow, the faded paint, layers of bathroom graffiti and busted booth benches add to the charm. Read more about Milo Butterfinger's >>

  • Mimosa Street Grill & Tavern

    1310 W. Campbell Road Richardson, TX 75080-2834

  • Minnie's Place

    4721 S. Malcolm X Blvd. Dallas, TX 75215

  • Mitch's

    1806 Mcmillan Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-7102

  • Mom's Watering Hole

    12324 Rendon Road Burleson, TX 76028

  • Monica's Nueva Cocina

    4123 Cedar Springs Rd Dallas, TX 75219

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