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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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  • 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 this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Club 8 Dallas

    2645 LBJ Frwy Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75234

    http://www.club8dallas.com

  • Club 8 Dallas

    2645 LBJ Frwy Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75234

  • The Draft House

    The Draft House

    3940 Rosemeade Parkway Dallas, TX 75287
    972-306-8700

    Upon entering this North Dallas watering hole, you are quick to realize why it's called The Draft House. The wall at the end of the U-shaped, wooden bar is crowded with taps, ranging from exotic imports like Hoegarden to bar-room staples like Bud Light. But it isn't just a beer bar. Catering to the preferences of the surrounding Carrollton and Addison neighborhoods, there is plenty else to do here. The televisions that crowd your peripheral vision make it difficult to decide whether to examine the food and drink menu or to watch the game. But if neither of those options strike your fancy, there are several arcade games that line the back wall. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Kristie's Bar & Grill

    3950 Rosemead Parkway Dallas, TX 75287
    972-307-5370

  • Malarkey

    Malarkey's Tavern

    4460 Trinity Mills Road Dallas, TX 75287
    972-931-7300

    http://www.malarkeystavern.com Shooting for more than cookie-cutter pub grub, this North Dallas bar and restaurant in the former Prego's Pasta space has wooden beams lining the ceiling and stones atop the east and west walls, all shipped from Ballymoon castle, built between 1290 and 1310 near Bagenalstown, Ireland. Of course, Malarkey's can't help but give in a little to native expectations of an Irish pub. There are flatscreen TVs broadcasting sports games. There are Irish classics and Irish-inspired items (Irish tacos) on the menu as well as more American favorites, such as pizza and burgers. The beer menu touches both sides of the Atlantic, with everything from Guinness to Texas-brewed craft suds. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • McFadden

    McFadden's

    4050 Belt Line Road Addison, TX 75001
    469-206-3610

    http://www.mcfaddensaddison.com 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 this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Midnight Rodeo

    17727 Addison Road Dallas, TX 75287

  • Midway Point

    12801 Midway Road Dallas, TX 75244-6813
    972-484-3470

  • Quinlan

    Quinlan's Sports Grill & Bar

    2810 E. Trinity Mills Road Dallas, TX 75006
    972-416-7600

  • Red Rock Bar & Grill

    Red Rock Bar & Grill

    18110 Midway Dallas, TX 75287
    972-733-3683

    http://www.redrockbarandgrill.net 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 >>

  • Sterling

    Sterling's Bar and Grill

    18110 Midway Road Dallas, TX 75287
    972-733-3683

    http://www.sterlingsbarandgrill.com 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 >>

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