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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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  • New West

    New West

    6532 E. Northwest Highway Dallas, TX 75231
    214-361-6083 New West Tejano Club has been open for 16 years, but unless you're a regular you might not have noticed the enormous club, since it's tucked behind an auto shop and a strip mall. Like Baby O's, it's open only two days a week, with a DJ on Friday and Tejano band on Saturday. Except for language, Tejano clubs are not much different from country bars: Customers wear Stetson hats and jeans, beer is usually the drink of choice and pickup trucks fill the parking lot. New West is typical -- just much bigger, with four bars, a pool room and a good sized dance floor in the middle. Read more about New West >>

  • New West

    12291 Camp Bowie W. Blvd. Aledo, TX 76008-3598

  • Next Door

    4415 W. Jefferson Blvd. Dallas, TX 75211-4624

  • Nick's Bar and Grille

    5110 Paige Road Lewisville, TX 75056

  • Nickel and Rye

    2523 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75201

  • Niles City Saloon

    9716 Palo Pinto Road Fort Worth, TX 76116

  • No Frills Grill & Sports Bar

    No Frills Grill & Sports Bar

    1550 Eastchase Parkway Fort Worth, TX 76120
    817-274-5433 With a TV at each table and several on every wall, there's not a seat in the house of No Frills Grill & Sports Bar without a view of the game. Half of the sports bar is more of a family-friendly space, serving dinner from a menu with burgers, tots, salads, appetizers and other options from the grill. The other side is as unpretentious as the name suggests, one big room with a square bar in the center, a perfect spot to post up with a draft beer and support your Texas teams. Mostly a local crowd, regulars kick back to shoot pool and play poker or trivia on the smaller screens on weeknights. Weekends tend to get pretty packed. Read more about No Frills Grill & Sports Bar >>

  • No Frills Grill & Sports Bar

    2851 Matlock Road Mansfield, TX 76063-5037

  • No Frills Grill & Sports Bar

    4914 Little Road Arlington, TX 76017

  • No Name Tavern

    6002 E. Lancaster Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76112

  • The Nodding Donkey Uptown

    The Nodding Donkey Uptown

    2900 Thomas Ave. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-922-8898 If you're in West Texas and you hear someone talking about a nodding donkey, it's probably just an oil-worker talking about oil well pumpjacks. Around Dallas, however, if you overhear some talk of The Nodding Donkey, the folks mean a certain neighborhood saloon located in Uptown across Thomas Avenue from Londoner. Opened fall 2010, the bar features several Texas-size TVs perfect for catching a game, and even has a 3-D screen with several pairs of glasses. The menu features mostly Southern-style food ranging from burgers and sandwiches to Frito pie and brisket chili with jalapeño cornbread, as well as "Texican" items like tacos, flautas and chimichangas. Read more about The Nodding Donkey Uptown >>

  • Norazo Karaoke Club

    11311 Harry Hines Blvd. Dallas, TX 75229-3451

  • Northwest Point

    2053 W. NW Highway Dallas, TX 75220-2336

  • NOS Bar

    NOS Bar

    240 W. Main St. Azle, TX 76020
    817-886-7966 After a 2012 relocation to Azle from Fort Worth, Nos Bar has been trying to find its footing. The quaint bar has a small-town sensibility to it that some find endearing. A couple of beers on tap, one pool table and a small carpeted stage in the corner are all they need to be happy at Nos Bar. Live music — usually country — permeates the little building on the weekends, while the week is left quiet for the old storytellers, men who frequent the bar and perch on one of the many squeaky barstools, chain-smoking Marlboro Reds. Nos Bar takes you back to a simpler time straight out of a Louis L'Amour novel. Read more about NOS Bar >>

  • Nova


    1417 W. Davis St. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-484-7123 This gastropub in the former Kavala space was opened by a conglomerate of local hospitality hotshots, among them chef Kelly Hightower, whose collective restaurant and nightlife pedigree includes Bolla, the Green Room and Hibiscus. From the kitchen come brick-oven fired pizzas (three-mushroom with white truffle oil) and globally inspired entrees (marinated New York strip Vietnamese style with baby bok choy, chili peanuts, cucumber, mint and roasted tomato-ginger sauce). The spotlight shines upon the globally inspired small-plate options. Among the seven available are chicken Parmesan sliders with garlic asiago fries and spicy lamb kofta with minted yogurt dip, each $10 or less. Beyond that, the changing nightly specials are also worth consideration. So too, is the wide-ranging beer and cocktail menu, which offers a well selected rotation of brews. Who knows when they will make it back to the tapas-heavy menu? Read more about Nova >>

  • O'Dowds Little Dublin

    2614 Mckinney Ave Dallas, TX 75204-2558

  • O


    8989 Forest Lane Dallas, TX 75243
    972-235-2781 This brick-walled pool hall pumps music into the night from a lonely shopping strip, featuring local bands and solo performers all week long. Pool is free on service industry night, Mondays from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.; Wednesdays are open mic night and Thursdays bring a Beatles tribute band to the stage. For other entertainment, darts tournaments and sports on the big screen are always an option, along with weekly beer and shot specials. Sub sandwiches, hot dogs and pizzas are available from the kitchen, as is in-house catering for large parties. Read more about O'Riley's >>

  • O'Riley's Billiards, Food & Bar

    8989 Forest Lane Dallas, TX 75243-4158

  • O'Riley's Billiards, Food & Bar

    8989 Forest Lane Dallas, TX 75243-4158

  • O.E. Penguin

    O.E. Penguin

    1404 Main Dallas, TX 75202
    214-744-1393 This "feel good bar" is located downtown atop Dr. Bell's BBQ joint and is the perfect place to hang out, let loose and maybe even dress up in the bar's giant penguin suit. No, really - don't be surprised if a penguin asks you for a dance, because there is a penguin costume that patrons eagerly try on and wear around the bar (usually after a drink or three). O.E. Penguin has a New Orleans Bourbon Street feel written all over it, from the bar to the patio overlooking the strip to the bras hanging around the bar. There are drink specials every night of the week, and popular specialty drinks like the icy blue "Penguin Piss." Bring quarters because the bar has a handful of arcade games. Read more about O.E. Penguin >>

  • O:T: Tavern

    O:T: Tavern

    3603A Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-826-7500 Before the O:T: Tavern set up shop on Greenville Avenue, its location was home to National Sports Lounge, an over-the-top sports bar. O:T: Tavern has toned down the sports attitude a bit and made bigger changes in the area of food and service. In addition to its well-stocked bar, O:T: Tavern boasts a full menu of made-from-scratch food. And while National Sports Lounge was a certifiable breastaurant, the staff at O:T: Tavern is less scantily clad, which results in more eyes turning to the projection screens and televisions on the wall. After all, it's a sports bar. Read more about O:T: Tavern >>

  • The Oak Cliff Social Club

    The Oak Cliff Social Club

    238 W. Davis St. Dallas, TX 75208

    Oak Cliff Social Club, located on the eastern edge of Oak Cliff's Bishop Arts District, offers a no-frills drinking environment for folks looking to hang around the neighborhood when the shops and restaurants close down for the night. With six beers on tap, the most exotic being Brooklyn Lager, the bar isn't for the beer snob but rather those looking for a subdued hangout. The raw wooden slats that line the walls – all finished with slightly different shades of brown – give the place a warm feeling, while the vaulted ceiling opens up the long barroom. Read more about The Oak Cliff Social Club >>

  • Oak Street Draft House

    Oak Street Draft House

    308 E. Oak St. Denton, TX 76201

    Alumni at Denton’s University of North Texas often hang around long after graduation, which means they need places a little more grown-up than the average college bar. Oak Street Draft House, a beer bar built into an old house, seeks to meet that need. They don’t do the typical college-bar drink deals that can be found on Fry Street, but the wide range of mostly Texas brews can be had on the cheap. A a nice touch: The taps aren’t topped with the traditional handles provided by beer companies. Instead, each is a brightly colored design made by glass blower Matt Marchand. The taps work well with the bar’s vintage aesthetic; old photos and artwork freckle the tall white wooden walls. Read more about Oak Street Draft House >>

  • Obar

    1602 Main St Dallas, TX 75201-7290

  • Off the Record Craft Beer & Vinyl

    Off the Record Craft Beer & Vinyl

    2716 Elm Street Dallas, TX 75226

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