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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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  • Kung Fu Saloon

    Kung Fu Saloon

    2911 Routh St. Dallas, TX 75201

  • Kush Mediterranean Bar & Grill

    Kush Mediterranean Bar & Grill

    2100 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-821-8997 Kush's front-to-back blue lighting and contemporary décor create a laid-back feel, inside and out, and the covered patio makes for a great place to relax during happy hour. This hookah lounge and Mediterranean bar and grill just recently started serving lunch (featuring some great on-a-budget offerings, like a burger, fries and a beer for under $5), but the place's real strong point is the nightlife. The lounge feature DJs most nights of the week with no cover and on Tuesdays serves up $2 draft beers, shots and a wide assortment of drinks from whiskey and coke to tequila sunrise to sex on the beach, which, by the way, is also one of the available shisha flavors you can order to smoke in a hookah. Read more about Kush Mediterranean Bar & Grill >>

  • La Bare

    5718 E. Lovers Lane Dallas, TX 75206-2921

  • La Nueva Vida

    5006 E. Grand Ave. Dallas, TX 75223-2212

  • Lake House Bar & Grill

    7510 E. Northwest Highway Dallas, TX 75214

  • Lake House Bar and Grill

    Lake House Bar and Grill

    7510 E. Northwest Highway Dallas, TX 75214
    214-957-4412 Located less than a mile away from White Rock Lake, just off of Northwest Highway, Lake House Bar & Grill is a far cry from an actual lake house. Although the lake house theme saturates every bit of the bar's decor, from water lifesavers to paddles, the bar's building sits in a parking lot, faces a highway and has not a single view of the water. What makes up for the misleading name is the bar's attentive service, neighborhood-friendly atmosphere and very affordable prices. Read more about Lake House Bar and Grill >>

  • Lakewood Growler

    6448 E. Mockingbird Lane Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75214

  • Lakewood Growler

    6448 E. Mockingbird Lane Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75214

  • Lakewood Landing

    Lakewood Landing

    5818 Live Oak St. Dallas, TX 75214
    214-823-2410 The place's slogan, "An Upscale Dive," presents two problems. First, many would make the argument that it's a contradiction in terms. And second, there's the matter of self-identification: A dive can't know it's a dive. Yet it still qualifies as one of "Dallas's Most Authentic Dive Bar". In the Landing's defense, the food and drinks are cheap, and the place welcomes all to come and slump into one of its booths dimly lit by a vintage Bud lamp. Decoration is mostly of the sentimental variety, with photos of beloved regulars and a shrine to the late, beehived waitress Lucille. The CD jukebox is heavy on local bands, indie-rock and classic country, and the menu offers up everything from burgers to tacos. Read more about Lakewood Landing >>

  • Lakewood

    Lakewood's 1st & 10

    6465 E. Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX 75214-2454
    214-826-0110 Strewn with sports memorabilia and about 97 big-screen TVs, this clean, spacious bar exists for one purpose and one purpose only: sports. That said, if the game on TV doesn't hold your attention, the Barbie-doll waitresses, fried bar food, signature cocktails and pricey draft beers will. Read more about Lakewood's 1st & 10 >>

  • The Libertine Bar

    The Libertine Bar

    2101 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-824-7900 The Libertine is a small free-standing building designed to look like a colonial-era tavern. Located just north of Lower Greenville's club scene, the bar attracts foodies and beer snobs alike. The place is known for spinning excellent indie rock music, and for its five-course beer-pairing dinners dinners. The menu goes beyond typical pub grub, too. Among the hits are the cheese board, with selections that change weekly; steak au poivre with potatoes au gratin in a port-wine reduction; and pulled pork tacos. Of course, if you want to slum it, wings and PBR are available. Read more about The Libertine Bar >>

  • Lizard Lounge

    Lizard Lounge

    2424 Swiss Ave. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-826-4768 Maybe best known for hosting goth-friendly "The Church" on Sunday nights, Lizard Lounge also features some of the world's best DJs on a regular basis. Several rooms plus a rooftop deck offer a good combination of dance floor and dark corners. Fun fact: Madonna tried to buy this place. Yes, that Madonna. Read more about Lizard Lounge >>

  • The Londoner Pub

    The Londoner Pub

    2817 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-823-8580 This is the popular pub's fifth Dallas-area location, although it is more crowded and spacious than its Uptown, Frisco and Addison counterparts. The dark wood and mahogany accents make the bar the perfect hideout for rainy days or for quiet conversation at a dimly lit table in the corner. Fittingly, the bar gets more rowdy during soccer games, which the pub displays and celebrates on a regular basis. The bar's East Dallas crowd includes older men and young sporty couples who show up to munch on fish and chips and watch sports on one or more of the Londoner Pub's multiple flat-screens. Read more about The Londoner Pub >>

  • Los Dos Reales

    108 N. Fitzhugh Ave. Dallas, TX 75246-1218

  • Lost Society

    Lost Society

    2008 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-823-9600 In a shotgun club off Lower Greenville, DJs spin Top 40 and hip-hop to a young, hot-looking crowd under faux-crystal chandeliers. Sleek in blue and black, the walls are lined in tall-backed booths, with small candlelit tables for bottle service or kicking back with a lychee martini. Lost Society claims the best-looking bartenders around, clad in low-cut tops and hot pants, slinging drinks over a black stone bar top. In back, VIP party booths sit next to the door to the back patio, where a mini bar outside slakes the thirsty party people during the hot summer months. Read more about Lost Society >>

  • Mario Chavela's Club

    907 S. Carroll Ave. Dallas, TX 75223-2833

  • Mason Bar

    Mason Bar

    2701 Guillot St. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-220-0227 It's difficult to define Uptown's The Mason Bar. It's a bar, restaurant and pseudo-gallery. The big, boxy room has high ceilings with crown molding and dark blue walls. Just below the ceiling line (still far above eye level) a huge collection of concert posters -- all shows that took place in Dallas -- circles the room. Longtime local music fans will enjoy remembering some of these shows, like the time Pavement played Trees in 1999, while sipping on craft cocktails or beer from the bar's menu. Read more about Mason Bar >>

  • The Matador

    The Matador

    1906 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-824-2888 One of newer bars brought to life during Greenville Avenue's cleanup process is the Matador, a rock 'n' roll bar with a taste of Spain. It's easily distinguished from its Greenville neighbors by a large mural of a toreador who appears to sweep customers inside. The renovated inside is decorated with Spanish art, but the bar has guest art exhibitions from time to time as well. The booths and seats are upholstered in red and black leather for that rock 'n' roll touch. Read more about The Matador >>

  • Max

    Max's Wine Dive

    3600 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204

    You can learn a lot about the West Village restaurant on Lemmon Avenue from its name. Max’s Wine Dive attempts to democratize wine drinking, serving Vouvray and Champagne alongside fried chicken and macaroni and cheese. The Austin-based small chain is pushing out bustling wine bars serving comfort food to Houston, San Antonio and Dallas. A large open kitchen vents the smells of simmering collard greens and buttery potatoes as Uptown locals pore over a sizable wine list organized by rockin’ whites, jammin' reds, bubbles and beer, while the menu is separated into small and large plates. Sliders come in bison and fried chicken versions while piquillo peppers get stuffed with brisket and oozing cheese. A $16 burger makes use of Angus short rib, brisket, chuck and belly on a fresh brioche bun with hydroponic Bibb lettuce and house-made pickles, served with Max's frites and house-made pickled jalapeños. And if a $16 burger isn’t enough for you, you can always add bacon and a fried egg for $6 more. Read more about Max's Wine Dive >>

  • Melios Brothers Char Bar

    2026 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-7124

  • Mexico Lindo Bar

    4832 E. Grand Ave. Dallas, TX 75223-2942

  • Milo Butterfinger

    Milo Butterfinger's

    5645 Yale Blvd. Dallas, TX 75206-5017

    Every inch of this joint yells "SPORTS!" from the signed Troy Aikman jersey on the wall near the front door to the big-screen TVs throughout the bar to the bowling, hunting and Golden Tee arcade games in the back. Cheap drinks, good sandwiches and friendly servers make it a relaxing place to take in a game. Also, you can check out the display of Born on the Fourth of July memorabilia, including script pages, as scenes from the Oliver Stone film were filmed there. The place was opened in 1971, and looks every bit its age, if not more. But somehow, the faded paint, layers of bathroom graffiti and busted booth benches add to the charm. Read more about Milo Butterfinger's >>

  • Mitch's

    1806 Mcmillan Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-7102

  • Muddy Waters

    Muddy Waters

    4314 Live Oak St. Dallas, TX 75204

    Although bathed in color-changing neon lights, Muddy Waters' interior is still so dim you can hardly find your way to the pool tables. With a cross section of various ages and races, Muddy Waters caters to crowds of working-class people rushing to get in on the bar’s cheap weekly specials, including Monday’s dollar drafts and Tuesday’s $2 wells. When slow, the bar is a watering hole for weary blue-collar workers. When busy, the bar is packed with college students dancing to DJs or watching solo-acoustic sets on the bar’s small, wooden stage. Outside, a ground-level smoking area is sectioned off by an iron gate, and can seat a handful of people who watch cars pass on Live Oak Street. Read more about Muddy Waters >>

  • National Sports Lounge

    National Sports Lounge

    3606 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-5632

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