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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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  • Tradewinds Social Club

    Tradewinds Social Club

    2843 W. Davis St. Dallas, TX 75211-3679

    In Oak Cliff lives a little dive bar that doesn't take itself too seriously. With one pool table, a small bar and a short wooden deck out back, Tradewinds is a neighborhood bar full of regulars who argue that Oak Cliff will soon be as safe as Uptown. Some nights the bar will serve up homemade pizza, occasionally it will give out free shots to its regulars and every now and then it has live music on the weekends. It's all about what mood they're in. There's no set schedule for this safe and lighthearted spot, so you just have to see what's in store when you show up. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Treehouse Bar & Grill

    The Treehouse Bar & Grill

    1512 W. Hickory St. Denton, TX 76201

    What looks like an actual treehouse, if it were first an old fraternity house, is a spanning two-story bar directly next to the heart of the University of North Texas campus. Catering mostly to students, The Treehouse has more than 80 specialty shots that line the menu hanging above the downstairs bar, including the "cheap fuck" and the "orgasm," to name a couple. With its wooden exterior and mahogany interior, The Treehouse is a good place to go if you're not too picky about your draft beer selection and want fruit-flavored alcohol at a considerably low price. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Trees


    2709 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75226-1425
    214-741-1122 This is the place where all Dallas rock music fans have been at one time in their lives. Visiting Trees is like a rite-of-passage for area high-school seniors, who have assured their parents that they're safe and sound at a friend's house. It's a place with great history and legend, like Kurt Cobain's infamous fight with a bouncer, and many ear-splitting performances from The Flaming Lips. In recent years Trees shut down and reopened with the help of new management. A fresh coat of paint and some remodeling around the bar has the once ramshackle operation looking as sleek as any ultra-lounge in town. A trip to Trees is a history lesson--plus you get to hear some great local and national bands. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Trinity Hall

    Trinity Hall

    5321 E. Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX 75206
    214-887-3600 Upon first visit, Trinity Hall seems like just another faux-Irish Pub, of which there are many in North Texas. But what sets Trinity Hall apart from the others is that it's run by an actual Irish dude. There is a huge selection beer, and a Scotch menu that is intimidating to the faint-of-heart, and weak-of-wallet. It's not your typical sports bar, but Trinity Hall is the perfect place to watch soccer. They screen games from the World Cup and the English Premier League. Drop by one Saturday, order a Guinness and enjoy the rest of your weekend. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Trinity Hall Irish Pub & Restaurant

    305 Central Expressway N. Allen, TX 75013-2631

  • Trinity River Sports Cafe

    Trinity River Sports Cafe

    5214 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75215
    214-347-8945 With two floors of reception-style table seating, a stage and dance floor, this dine-and-dance club off South Lamar offers music, sports and food daily from noon to 2 a.m. As for sports, 10 plasma screens and a projector broadcast professional and college games. As a nightclub, Trinity River features a full bar, DJs on weekends and caters special events any time with a party reservation. The menu includes platters for 10 to 15 and a regular selection including American choices like chicken tenders and pork chops and an international menu Wednesday through Friday. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Trinity Tavern

    Trinity Tavern

    4212 360 Fort Worth, TX 76155
    817-354-2010 Located on the eastern fringe of Fort Worth is Trinity Tavern, one of the area's sleeker watering holes. Managing partner Joel Fincher describes his bar as "a little bit of Uptown with Fort Worth prices." It's certainly not anything like the massive ultra-lounges in Uptown Dallas, but its stone floor and wooden ceiling give the place a somewhat sophisticated feel. So too does the no-smoking policy and the art hanging on the walls, all of which is for sale. What keeps the place casual is the light dinner menu and the bar's cozy space. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Trophy Room

    The Trophy Room

    2714 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204

    Like J. Blacks and Beauty Bar before it, The Trophy Room is another Austin establishment replicated for Dallas drinkers -- complete with stage for live shows, antlered "trophies" mounted and hung on the walls, and, perhaps most important, the mechanical bull. The bucking machine is placed front-and-center on Trophy Room's front patio and has helped earn this new Uptown bar plenty of early buzz. And the building's orange-painted facade makes it easy to spot, while the brown and green walls and warm wood accents keep the hunting "theme" going. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Tumbleweed

    Tumbleweed's Sports Bar

    1008 NE Loop 820 Fort Worth, TX 76104
    817-626-5225 You'll find Tumbleweed's Sports Bar at the furthest edge of Fort Worth, situated among a few gas stations and restaurants on the south side of Loop 820. The first thing you'll see upon walking inside the bar is a mounted buffalo head and a wooden Indian. The regulars here include local service industry types getting off work and anyone else wanting to shoot pool on one of Tumbleweed's six tables. Most likely, they were lured by the free pool that Tumbleweed's offers on Sundays or Mondays. The walls aren't plastered with televisions, but there are enough screens to find the game you need. If you're hungry, the nearby Dickie's BBQ delivers straight to the bar. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Twenty7 Sports Bar and Grill

    Twenty7 Sports Bar and Grill

    3100 Independence Parkway Plano, TX 75075-9152
    972-599-2000 Located in a strip shopping center off Parker and Independence Parkway in Plano, this sports bar makes for a solid hangout spot whether you're looking to grab a quick bite and relax or down a few cold ones while watching a game. At this sports bar and grill, don't be too surprised if you see folks dancing between the tables also, because a door connects Twenty7 to sister ultra lounge Krem. Both are owned by former Texas Ranger and Detroit Tiger Craig Monroe. Twenty7's fully stocked bar offers up a happy hour Monday through Friday, a full menu of classic game-watching finger foods and plenty of TVs. There are free WiFi, a few different games to play (darts and Golden Tee) and a nice patio out front. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Twilite Lounge

    3032 S. Main St. Fort Worth, TX 76110-4227

  • The Twilite Lounge

    2640 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75226

  • Two Brothers - Plano

    Two Brothers - Plano

    8308 Preston Road Plano, TX 75024

    Opened in 2008, this popular family-owned restaurant and bar wasn't the first venture for brothers Josh and Steven Morgan. The pair previously owned two other spots -- in North Dallas and the flagship Frisco location, which opened in 2005. Their bar and grill offers wallet-friendly lunch specials Monday through Friday, as well as happy hour Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. -- with specials like $2.50 for select beers, $3.50 margaritas and $4.50 wells and select wines. The menu offers everything from breakfast to finger foods to dinner platters, depending on the time of day. Open from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m., seven days a week, or as one waitress put it, "in other words, almost all the time." Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Two Corks and a Bottle

    Two Corks and a Bottle

    2800 Routh St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-871-9463 The thing that sets Two Corks and a Bottle apart from other wine bars in Dallas is the location from where the wine is fermented and bottled. At Two Corks, it's all done right there in the Uptown shop. It only sells house-made wines, which sounds like a turn-off; people tend to put their trust in more widely distributed labels. But considering that the grapes are shipped direct from California, the wines offered here are on par with top brands. The shop offers a multi-tiered wine club, in which members get discounts and free bottles each month. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Uncle Bruce

    Uncle Bruce's Saloon

    6310 State Highway 78 Sachse, TX 75048

  • Union Park Gastropub

    Union Park Gastropub

    1311 Main St. Dallas, TX 75202

  • University Pub

    University Pub

    3019 S. University Drive Fort Worth, TX 76109-5608

    Across the street from Texas Christian University, The Pub has catered almost exclusively to college students since 1981. It's a no-surprises kind of place: no special nights, events or bands. Where Irish joints sport the Celtic knot, this spot is all about school spirit. The walls are covered with university flags, and the beer is served in cups equally suited for a beer pong table. In back are a pool table and photo collages of partying students representing patrons dating to the '80s. But you have to be a solid regular to pass the cut and make it on the wall. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Uptown Bar & Grill

    Uptown Bar & Grill

    2523 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-969-9433 If there’s a dive in Uptown, Uptown Bar & Grill is it. For nearly two decades, the bar has offered cheap drink specials and good burgers to the Uptown set. Neon beer lights cast a campy red hue over the thick tiled floor, on the outskirts of which sit tables where patrons order drinks and pub grub while watching karaoke, one of the bar’s biggest draws. Another big draw in the warmer months is Uptown Bar & Grill’s expansive patio, which offers a good vantage point for watching people or games, the latter of which flicker on outdoor flat-screen televisions. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Uptown Pub

    Uptown Pub

    3605 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-522-5100 Beat-up old tables, an inviting large patio and very cool shuttered booths make this shabby, homey little dive bar a cozy home away from home. Good beer selection, decent pub fare. Overall, not a bad place to bring a couple of friends for a laid back session of catch-up. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Urban Vines Wine Bistro

    9219 Garland Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76116

  • Uropa

    2600 Main St. Dallas, TX 75226

    Three huge, separate dance halls for hip-hop, techno and smooth tunes make this Deep Ellum club as big as, well, Europe. Whatever dancing mood you're in, Uropa will sate it with space to spare. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Usual

    The Usual

    1408 W. Magnolia Avenue Fort Worth, TX 76104 Fort Worth's bike-friendly Fairmount Neighborhood on West Magnolia is one of the hipper places to hang out in Cowtown, thanks in part to The Usual, one of the few bars west of Dallas to offer a drink menu of classic and Prohibition-era cocktails. The bar's interior has a modern, minimalist design with raw wood walls and chairs, and a marbled, stained concrete floor. Unlike most of the surrounding Fort Worth bars, The Usual has a strict non-smoking policy, but the narrow patio in the back offers plenty of space for folks who need a smoke to accompany their drink, in addition to a place to lock up their bikes while enjoying an Old Fashioned or a Moscow Mule. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Vagabond

    3619 Greenville Avenue Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75206

  • 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 this Dallas bar or club >>

  • 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 this Dallas bar or club >>

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