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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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  • The Bandwagon

    The Bandwagon

    2521 Rodeo Plaza Fort Worth, TX 76164
    817-624-6736

    As the rest of the area leans a bit toward the country side of music, The Bandwagon offers something a little different now and again. Bringing local and national artists to the Fort Worth stockyards, the venue covers indie, metal, rock, country and everything in between. Depending on the people a particular act will draw, the space opens as The Door for all-age shows and The Bandwagon for an older crowd, including a bar for age-appropriate drinkers. Being in the stockyards, the theme of choice includes wagon wheels and worn wood, but most of the music venue is a giant open space, funneling fans in standing room only toward a big stage. Read more about The Bandwagon >>

  • The Bank

    The Bank

    1313 Main St. Dallas, TX 75202
    214-289-1847

    The Bank, located on Main Street in downtown Dallas, makes good use of the basement of an old bank - even to the point of tucking a lounge area, complete with bottle-service, into an old vault. It's wrapped the vault's big round door in lights, and added some lasers and smoke machines that make the bar seem like something out of a James Bond flick. Just grab a martini from one of the attentive bartenders to complete the image. The Bank offers a spacious wraparound bar, plenty of space for dancing, seating throughout, or, if you're looking for a quieter, less bustling place to grab a drink, check out the backside of the bar where there's lots more space to hang out. Read more about The Bank >>

  • Banter

    Banter

    219 W. Oak St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-565-1638

    http://www.dentonbanter.com Known for its hand-pulled espresso, homemade and handmade food and choice beer selection, Banter is a family-owned and -operated bistro with a coffeehouse aesthetic near the square in downtown Denton. Banter's walls feature a revolving assortment of creations by area artists, and its stage features a rotating cast of mostly local bands and artists. Thursdays are open-mic nights. Because it's situated between Texas Woman's University and the University of North Texas, Banter is often filled with students, study groups and, at times, entire classes. But Banter is just as popular with townies. There are patio tables and chairs out front, and seating ranging from comfy couches to folding chairs inside. Read more about Banter >>

  • Bar At Bishop

    Bar At Bishop

    312 W. 7th St. Dallas, TX 75208

    Believe it or not, Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District has a dive bar. The neighborhood is filled with quirky shops and upscale eateries, but then you find Bar at Bishop, a dark hole-in-the-wall spot located just next door to Oddfellows. The walls are black except for where the occasional neon laser lands, and the tile floor is wide open, presumably for dancing. The bar’s biggest benefit? You can hang out in the Bishop Arts District without paying Bishop Arts prices. Still, you get what you pay for. You’re better off ordering a rum and Coke rather than a highfalutin cocktail; for one of those, you're better off at one of the neighboring bistros. Read more about Bar At Bishop >>

  • Bar Belmont

    Bar Belmont

    901 Fort Worth Ave. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-393-2300

    http://www.belmontdallas.com/eats_drinks.html Sitting atop a large hill in Oak Cliff, The Belmont Hotel and its conjoined bar are more than 80 years old, boutique in design and have an adorable vintage flair. The Belmont Bar is a place to enjoy upscale cocktails or martinis in a homey setting. Brick floors, warm sofas and a fireplace take residence in the bar's seating area, which is attached to the front desk of the historical hotel. But there's something else you may have heard about the bar: it's supposedly haunted. Bartenders at the Belmont Bar will tell you one story after another of their ghostly run-ins, if you just ask them. They say wine and cocktail glasses have shattered on their own, objects are moved around, "people" have swung open the bar's locked squeaky front door and much more. The Belmont Bar is perhaps a place to go if you're feeling lonely and want some company. Read more about Bar Belmont >>

  • Bar Nine

    Bar Nine

    900 Houston St. Fort Worth, TX 76102-6225
    817-348-9991

    http://www.bar9fw.com/ With an alluring comfortable style and cozy setting, Bar 9 provides the perfect atmosphere to have fun and let the day melt away. Located in the heart of Downtown Fort Worth on the corner of Houston & 8th, just south of Sundance Square, the historic building houses three distinct floors. Each floor has it’s own wonderfully unique bar and energy Read more about Bar Nine >>

  • Barbara

    Barbara's Pavillion

    325 Centre St. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-941-2145

    http://www.barbaraspavillion.com Good luck finding this "retro-mod-tiki-loungy" dive, but once you do, you'll be sure to return. It's primarily a gay and lesbian bar, but men and women of all persuasions are welcome at this homey, comfy, kitschy spot, which offers karaoke and generous pours. The drinks aren't as cheap as you'd expect from such a down-to-earth bar, but the company more than makes up for it. Read more about Barbara's Pavillion >>

  • BarBelmont

    BarBelmont

    901 Fort Worth Ave. Dallas, TX 75208-1710
    214-393-4141

    http://www.belmontdallas.com/barbelmont.aspx

  • Barcadia

    Barcadia

    1917 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-821-7300

    http://www.barcadiabars.com/barcadia-dallas/ True to its name, Barcadia is half bar, half arcade, and offers video games from Centipede and Dig Dug to Street Fighter 2 and Mortal Kombat, plus skee-ball ramps and popular bar food. And with 24 draft beers to choose from and ample mixed-drink selections, Barcadia is not far from a Chuck E. Cheese with an adult twist. Not feeling gamey? Have a seat on the bar's spacious front patio, which is great for accommodating large groups of people-just make sure to watch out for falling wooden blocks from the giant Jenga game. Read more about Barcadia >>

  • Barcelona Bar

    515 Houston St. Fort Worth, TX 76102

  • Barfly

    3917 W. 5th St. Fort Worth, TX 76107-2023
    817-877-1117

  • Barley House

    Barley House

    5612 SMU Blvd. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-824-0306

    http://www.barleyhouse.com It's no surprise that this Dallas institution is jam-packed with coeds after dark; it's a beer-pong bounce away from Southern Methodist University. However, the endless rotation of original and cover bands brings in live-show fans from across Dallas. While the kitchen does turn out food, mostly appetizers (e.g., "Totally Fried" Sampler: onion rings, stuffed red chiles, chicken strips, fried pickles and fries) and sandwiches (Barley House "Wing" Sandwich: spicy chicken breast with ranch dressing, carrots and celery), some entrées are available. The emphasis is on the musical acts and beer selection, which includes 17 drafts and more than 30 bottles. And for local historical kitsch: The Barley House is proud to advertise, "Laura Bush mentions the Barley House in her 2009 commencement speech at SMU." Read more about Barley House >>

  • Basement Bar

    Basement Bar

    105 W. Exchange ave Fort Worth, TX 76164
    817-624-0050

    Despite being in the historical Fort Worth Stockyards with its tourist pull, The Basement Bar is a neighborhood bar, and literally in a basement. Small and casual, it offers live music from country to reggae, typically with no cover charge. Local historical cattle brands dot the weathered wood surrounding the bar, and ever-present are the horseshoe and cowboy boot décor one would expect in the area. Clientele ranges from young to old, dictated mainly by whatever band is playing. Beer tubs, shot girls and a waitstaff cater to heavier crowds on weekends, though bands perform five nights a week on a corner stage curtained in red velvet at this cozy locale. Read more about Basement Bar >>

  • The Bavarian Grill

    The Bavarian Grill

    221 W. Parker Road Plano, TX 75023
    972-881-0705

    http://www.bavariangrill.com Pick a schnitzel, any schnitzel. Plano's strip mall gem, Bavarian Grill, which has offered fine German/Bavarian fare since 1993, is still totally worth the drive north. Their lightly pan-fried Rahm schnitzel with a light cream sauce is divine indulgence. And oh the Spätzle. The fresh pasta is a perfect counter to red cabbage and an excellent target for extra gravy. Bavarian Grill also offers a vegetarian menu (and it isn't sparse) as well as nightly musical entertainment. Stein Hour, afternoons from 4 to 7, might be the best time to go, as you can munch on delicious appetizers like the crispy frikadelle meatloaf with sauteed onions and mustard or the hearty, meaty goulash for just 95 cents apiece. Be sure to have your server sign your Stein Club card, which entitles you to various rewards after you cycle through all the beer offerings. If you can't visit Germany, you can, at least, eat there…via Plano. Read more about The Bavarian Grill >>

  • Beamer

    Beamer's

    2443 Walnut Hill Lane Dallas, TX 75229
    972-620-5900

    http://beamersclub.com/

  • Beauty Bar

    Beauty Bar

    1924 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-841-9600

    http://www.thebeautybar.com Straight from the '50s, Beauty Bar brings a fresh, mature venue to the Dallas bar scene. True to mid-century aesthetics, the bar's bold Atomic Age décor in gold, emerald and peach provides patrons with a hip, vintage-modern hangout, all covered floor to ceiling in glitter, glitter, glitter. Along with salon-style dryer chairs, it offers a broad import selection and martini list, and a full bar including its own house-brand vodka. Featuring a rotation of local DJs, music revolves around disco, funk, soul and electro, and during the week, guests can splurge on a dash of the glamorous with martini and manicure specials. Read more about Beauty Bar >>

  • Bella32

    15203 Knoll Trail Drive Dallas, TX 75248-3482
    214-420-2733

  • The Belmont Hotel

    The Belmont Hotel

    901 Fort Worth Ave. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-393-2300

    http://www.belmontdallas.com The Belmont Hotel is Dallas' very own boutique hotel. It's a diamond in the rough, really, in the virtual no-man's-land of West Dallas. But what many people are starting to find out, including Esquire Magazine, is that it houses one of the best bars in the city. Meandering around the hotel grounds is encouraged. Pathways connect various peaceful gardens to the patio, where the eclectic-but-trendy crowds gather for well-shaken cocktails, the occasional live music performance, and a spectacular view of the city. Read more about The Belmont Hotel >>

  • Belzie's Bar

    10260 Ferguson Rd Dallas, TX 75228

    http://www.belzies.com/

  • Bennigan's Grill & Tavern

    1320 N. Peachtree Road Mesquite, TX 75149-1300
    972-289-3607

    http://www.bennigans.com

  • Bennigan's Grill & Tavern

    4000 S. Cooper St. Arlington, TX 76015
    817-467-3363

    http://www.bennigans.com

  • Bent Tree Grill

    Bent Tree Grill

    18110 Midway Road Dallas, TX 75287
    972-248-3559

    http://www.benttreegrill.com Bent Tree Grill, a long-time North Dallas bar, hasn't changed much in the last 15 years. But the dimly lit speakeasy feel of its interior suits the many regulars who have been stopping by since the place opened. Low ceilings, thick carpet, and candlelight evoke comparisons to New York's Little Italy neighborhood. So too, does the menu, which features several pizzas and pasta dishes, though it also includes pub-grub staples such as chicken tenders and wings. Even if you're just looking for a place to have a drink in the Bent Tree area, you should be able to find something you'd like with ease on the bar's surprisingly complete cocktail menu and wine list. Read more about Bent Tree Grill >>

  • Benton's Lounge

    4814 S. 2nd Ave. Dallas, TX 75210-2803
    214-426-4139

  • Best Friends Club

    2620 E. Lancaster St. Fort Worth, TX 76103
    817-534-2280

    http://www.bestfriendsfw.com

  • Big Apple Sports Bar

    Big Apple Sports Bar

    14200 Trinity Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76155
    817-572-7753

    http://www.bigapplecafe.com Big Apple Sports Bar is located in a tiny corner of northeast Fort Worth, nestled between the cities of Euless, Grand Prairie and Irving. Despite almost being hidden in a shopping strip, this neighborhood bar has been a popular hangout for folks in all four of the aforementioned cities for nearly 20 years. According to the bartender, Big Apple has been owned and operated by Tony Gallant and his family since day one, and many of its regulars have been frequenting the place that long - drawn in by strong drink and pub-grub fare. Read more about Big Apple Sports Bar >>

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