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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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  • 180 Degrees

    180 Degrees

    1917 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-7438

    It's pretty straightforward: A direct shot to the back of the club, a big bar and a DJ booth are the offerings of 180 Degrees. Spinning Top 40 and hip-hop off lower Greenville Thursday through Saturday, the club draws a typical younger pack looking to party. The bar top itself lends color to the joint, pulsing green, red and orange, and the kitchen serves a selection of tacos, burgers, hot dogs and wings late into the night. Special evenings include "My Ice Got Ice" Saturday nights and "Spin It, Flip It, Smack It" Thursdays. Read more about 180 Degrees >>

  • The Alcove

    The Alcove

    2907 State St. Dallas, TX 75204-2723

  • Arcade Bar

    Arcade Bar

    1825 Abrams Parkway Dallas, TX 75214

    Located next to the historic art deco Lakewood Theater and underneath the Balcony Club, this dive is popular among people in the Lakewood and Lake Highlands neighborhood. There's some café seating out front under the theater's marquee, but don't be disappointed -- there's no arcade inside. The long wooden bar runs the length of the establishment, and there's lots of seating available at the bar and at tables and chairs along the adjacent wall, which is decorated with old concert posters ranging from The Misfits to Jane's Addiction to Polvo. Arcade Bar offers weekly specials like Procession Mondays with $2 you-call-its all day, and karaoke on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Read more about Arcade Bar >>

  • Baby G's

    3427 Merrifield Ave. Dallas, TX 75223

  • Backdoor Comedy

    Backdoor Comedy

    8250 N. Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75206
    214-328-4444 Bare bones comedy club on the eastern edge of downtown. Ample parking thanks to the hotel. Intimate room. Read more about Backdoor Comedy >>

  • Balcony Club

    Balcony Club

    1825 Abrams Parkway Dallas, TX 75214
    214-826-8104 If you can overlook the awkward design that puts the stage right by the front door and leaves just a narrow path to the back seating area, this Lakewood hole in the wall is a great place to catch live jazz almost every night. While the club has a repeating weekly schedule of musical acts, you never know who might climb up on stage to guest-improv for a song or two with that night's band. Drinks are pricier than one might expect from such a dark, homey bar, but the selection of liquors, beers and wines is well-chosen. Read more about Balcony Club >>

  • Barcadia


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

  • Barley House

    Barley House

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

  • Beauty Bar

    Beauty Bar

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

  • Blend Lounge

    Blend Lounge

    3606 Greenville Ave Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75206

  • The Bottle Shop

    The Bottle Shop

    2116 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-828-2873 Clay Hartmann opened up the World Beer Company a few years ago. The business, which allows patrons to send gift baskets with exotic imported and craft beers to friends, was successful. But Hartmann had a problem finding a home for all the leftover beer. His new venture, The Bottle Shop, located next to The Singlewide on Greenville Avenue, solves his problem. The place operates as a beer store and a bar, so you can have a beer and, if you like it, take home a six-pack. The Bottle Shop is designed for the curious beer drinker, though. With more than 400 beers to sample, including the Spanish Estrella Damm-a rare find in any Dallas bar-it's hard not to try something new. Read more about The Bottle Shop >>

  • Bryan Street Tavern

    Bryan Street Tavern

    4315 Bryan St. Dallas, TX 75204-6738
    214-821-4447 It’s a wild scene at Bryan Street Tavern on weekends. Indie-rock and punk acts perform in the music venue, a separate room located in the back of the bar, while other patrons play pool or sit and eat pizza from the bar’s kitchen. A glass shatters on the floor, but only a few look up at the commotion. It’s a dive, but a good one. The low ceilings and wood-paneled walls aren’t much to look at, but the drinks are cheap and the company is good. Obscure soul and R&B on the stereo offer padding to drunken conversations well into the morning. Bryan Street Tavern isn’t a bar you stop in; it’s a bar you close down. Read more about Bryan Street Tavern >>

  • Candle Room

    Candle Room

    5039 Willis Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-370-4155 What will you find inside this members-only Henderson-area hangout? Pretty people pounding equally pretty (if pricey) cocktails and having a blast on the dance floor. The dress code is strictly enforced, so leave the flip-flops and football jersey at home. Read more about Candle Room >>

  • Capitol Pub

    Capitol Pub

    2401 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-887-9330 With an extensive draft and bottled beer selection, dartboards and dark wood, this watering hole has must-stop written all over it. This is further proven by the barhopping mobs along the stretch of Henderson on which Capitol is located. Lunch is served Friday, Saturday and Sunday beginning at 11 a.m. There is a Sunday brunch option. The rest of the week, the restaurant and bar opens at 4 p.m., offering its full menu. The choices include everything from cheese plates and salads to pizzas and burgers, like the Capitol (sirloin burger with hickory smoked bacon, caramelized onion and Dijon mustard with Maytag blue or Cotswold cheeses). House-made onion rings and hand-cut fries come with three dipping sauces, basil mayo, blue cheese and caramelized shallot dip and curry sauce. Read more about Capitol Pub >>

  • Cavern Upstairs

    1914 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-7439

  • The Church

    2424 Swiss Ave. Dallas, TX 75204

  • Club Dallas

    2616 Swiss Ave. Dallas, TX 75246
    214-821-1990 Private club. Membership required. Read more about Club Dallas >>

  • The Cock & Bull

    The Cock & Bull

    6330 Gaston Ave. Dallas, TX 75214
    214-841-9111 One bar, one wall of booths and a few tables compose The Cock & Bull, one of the smallest pubs around town, but the inviting neighborhood atmosphere makes up for the lack of elbowroom. Old wood, red-painted walls and country paintings of its namesake cock and bull make the English pub come alive. It's known for the burgers, and the menu includes an artisan cheese plate with a seasonally rotated selection, black garlic quail and lamb loin, among other English-oriented choices. Other features include brunch Saturday and Sunday, daily happy hour specials and free Wi-Fi. Read more about The Cock & Bull >>

  • Corporate Services Consulting

    440 Josephine St. Dallas, TX 75246-1448

  • Cosmo

    Cosmo's Bar and Lounge

    1212 Skillman St. Dallas, TX 75206

    Walking into Lakewood's Cosmo's Bar and Lounge and hearing Yo La Tengo's “Autumn Sweater” is the perfect palate cleanser. The song, along with room – lit by red lamps scattered throughout – signals a change of pace from the outside world. Equally welcome tunes keep emanating from the jukebox: The Kinks, Devo and Michael Jackson – all artists that helped earned the dive bar a few Best Jukebox awards from the Observer. The semi-circular wooden bar, set atop a small platform in the corner of the room, is manned by a fast-working bartender who can whip up a French 75 almost as fast as he can pop the top off of a Lone Star. Read more about Cosmo's Bar and Lounge >>

  • The Crown & Harp

    The Crown & Harp

    1914 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-828-1914 If you've ever wondered about the difference between an Irish Pub and an English Pub, The Crown and Harp will set you straight. The new addition to Lower Greenville's bustling nightlife scene quickly moved in when The Cavern shut its doors late in 2010. According to Cole Hayden, the bar's new manager, the upstairs is an English Pub, and the downstairs is an Irish Pub -- both complete with a new coat of paint, wood paneling, a new beer and scotch-heavy drink menu, and a menu of traditional Irish/English pub-grub, which will be prepared in the kitchen of neighboring restaurant Daddy Jack's. Read more about The Crown & Harp >>

  • The Dallasite

    The Dallasite

    4822 Bryan St. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-826-3670 Though the bar itself has been open for more than 35 years, The Dallasite recently moved into its new location at the corner of Bryan Street and Fitzhugh Avenue, which is catty-corner to Jimmy's Food Store. There's a spacious patio out front, and plenty of seating inside around the large central bar. Also, "Sites," as the regulars call it, offers several arcade games including two Golden Tee machines, a pool table and shuffleboard. The bar has weekly specials and popular nights like Margarita Mondays, Tecate Tuesdays and Friday night karaoke. The restaurant side of The Dallasite shells out small plates and sandwiches, including burgers. Among the selection are jalapeño poppers, Frito pie and a chicken-fried steak sandwich that's a bit on the messy side for those who are, well, messy. Read more about The Dallasite >>

  • David

    David's CJ Billiard Sports Bar

    7328 Gaston Ave. Dallas, TX 75214

    For more than 18 years, David CJ's Sports Bar has been tucked away on the corner of Gaston and Garland roads in East Dallas. It's a little hard to find from the street, but it remains popular as a neighborhood pool hall and a spillover bar for when things at the adjacent club, Far West, get a little too exciting. On a recent visit, the atmosphere was quiet, with patrons playing pool and watching sports on the bar's flat-screen televisions, but the stripper pole in the bar's side room suggests that things can get a little rowdy at David CJ's too. Read more about David's CJ Billiard Sports Bar >>

  • The Den Bar & Grill

    2710 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204

  • Deux Lounge

    Deux Lounge

    5321 E. Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX 75206
    214-484-3537 A black, marble-backed waterfall covers an entire wall of Deux Lounge's arched column interior. Spiral chandeliers dangle over the young, business-oriented clubgoers enjoying bottle service on pillowed, animal-print or patterned leather couches. Two long bars surround the dance floor, flanked on every wall by décor singularly featuring framed prints of the female eyeball. Drink prices can be a bit steep, and the club is only open on weekends. The ultra-lounge in Mockingbird Station is reminiscent of a Vegas club, so in the true VIP spirit, unless you're there early, expect to wait in line or find a way onto that list. Read more about Deux Lounge >>

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