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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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  • The Londoner Pub

    The Londoner Pub

    2817 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-823-8580

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

  • Lost Society

    Lost Society

    2008 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-823-9600

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

  • Louie

    Louie's

    1839 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-826-0505

    Longtime pizza dive has gained national fame, being featured on the Food Network. Louie's has consistently been one of the city's best pizza joints. Dark, dreary but also lively. A real honest-to-goodness dive. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Mason Bar

    Mason Bar

    2701 Guillot St. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-220-0227

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

  • The Matador

    The Matador

    1906 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-824-2888

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

  • Max

    Max's Wine Dive

    3600 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-559-3483

    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 this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Milo Butterfinger

    Milo Butterfinger's

    5645 Yale Blvd. Dallas, TX 75206-5017
    214-368-9212

    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 this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Muddy Waters

    Muddy Waters

    4314 Live Oak St. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-823-1518

    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 this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Tried and True

    Tried and True

    2405 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-6942
    214-827-2405

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Neighborhood-Services-Tavern/106051849418220

  • O:T: Tavern

    O:T: Tavern

    3603A Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-826-7500

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

  • The Old Crow

    The Old Crow

    1911 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-7438
    214-828-2769

    Utterly unremarkable and unpretentious, The Old Crow is the perfect spot on Lower Greenville if you just want to have a few cheap beers, watch a game and maybe shoot a round of stick or throw some darts. From the plywood floor to the Pabst Blue Ribbon and Busch Light to the random assortment of yard-sale decorations, this dive is perfectly un-Dallas. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Old Monk

    The Old Monk

    2847 Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-821-1880

    http://www.oldmonkdallas.com Just on the basis of suds alone, this English-style pub chugs up high marks with brews from 10 countries including three varieties of Chimay, the heady Belgian beer brewed by Trappist Monks. But Old Monk has other charms, too, from its dark wood paneling fashioned from confessional booths to its bar tables rendered from old barrels. Plus, it has decent bar fodder, including Belgian-style steamed mussels, cheese boards, frites and a German sausage plate. Go for the head, but stay for the belly. Check out the new seasonal beer. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Ozona Grill & Bar

    Ozona Grill & Bar

    4615 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-265-9105

    http://www.ozonagrill.com Ozona Bar and Grill is named after the tiny, unincorporated West Texas town of Ozona. A town that happens to be the one-and-only town in all of the vast expanse that is Crockett County, and whose motto happens to be "The Biggest Little Town in the World." So Ozona's a fitting name for a bar and grill with "The Biggest Little Award-winning Patio In Dallas." With trees, vegetation and fencing separating the multi-level patio from Greenville Avenue, it's no wonder that the place is a popular happy hours (and beyond) spot for such a great cross-section of Dallas. Naturally, the patio's typically hoppin' in the summer months. The menu offers everything from Tex Mex to steaks to burgers and chicken-fried steak. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The People

    The People's Last Stand

    5319 E. Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX 75206
    214-370-8755

    http://www.thepeopleslaststand.com According to the Facebook page for The People's Last Stand, they don't have any bartenders. Rather, they have a team of mixologists. The bar, located on the second floor of Mockingbird Station next to Trinity Hall, has a wide open feel. The front and side wall, both made of glass, look in on the rounded bar, large open lounge area and high ceiling. The drinks are all well thought out and carefully concocted, each with a different twist. For example, the Old Fashioned is made with maple syrup, rather than simple syrup or sugar, and it's served with a reasonable $8 price tag. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Porch

    The Porch

    2912 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-6403
    214-828-2916

    http://www.theporchrestaurant.com In the heat of summer, finding places to have a drink that aren't dark and air-conditioned caves becomes a challenge. Enter Henderson Avenue's The Porch, a casual brasserie for those of us with no veranda at home. When the heat comes, fans blow a cooling but oddly humid mist that does its best to keep despair at bay. You could have a few pints here, swilling them down while enjoying a fried-chicken salad you wanted to be healthy but which is definitely not. If you'd rather be honest with yourself, you could go with the Stodg burger, named after Dallas lawyer Steve Stodghill. It's packed with tomato, onion, melted cheddar and a fried egg on a bun smeared with foie gras butter. Other stand-out decadent dishes include a baked mac and cheese accented with cubes of smoked ham and crusted in panko, and sliders heaped with brisket and slaw. You wish you had a porch like this at home. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Pour House

    The Pour House

    1919 Skillman Dallas, TX 75206
    214-824-1170

    http://www.pourhousedallas.com This neighborhood bar and restaurant with popular weekly bar-food specials feels more like a casual-dining restaurant than your average sports bar. With a weekday happy hour that's popular in the neighborhood, plus $1 mini burgers on Mondays and 25-cent wings on Tuesdays, the bar's tables fill up early and the patio fills up on not-too-hot evenings. The good thing is, unlike nearby Greenville Avenue spots, patrons don't have to worry about parking because The Pour House is located in a strip shopping mall in Lakewood. Inside, the digital jukebox pumps Top 40 hits while regulars take turns pumping quarters into video games, vying for top scores on video games like Big Buck Hunter. And, thanks to several well-positioned, large-sized flatscreens, no matter where you're sitting you're guaranteed a good view. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Saffron Room

    3707 Greenville Ave Dallas, TX 75206-5311
    214-887-1858

    http://www.saffronroom.com

  • San Francisco Rose

    San Francisco Rose

    3024 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-826-2020

    http://www.sanfranciscorose.com This Greenville Avenue classic offers typical bar fare, including burgers, sandwiches and pizza, and with several HD TVs blasting the big game, it's the perfect spot to have a beer and support your team of choice. Much of the food is good, not great, but don't miss the sweet potato fries, which are crispy and lightly sweet and go great with a cold drink. Free valet parking helps sweeten the deal. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Service Bar

    Service Bar

    1919 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-824-8599

    This grimy Lower Greenville drinking spot may be dark. And yeah, it may sometimes smell like sewage, now that the smoking ban keeps it from smelling like a comparably rosy ashtray. But the patio makes for a nice place to chill out, and the drink specials will have you too drunk to care in a hurry. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Ships Lounge

    Ships Lounge

    1613 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-823-0418

    Ships is one of the oldest dives in town and it sits in between the Lower Greenville club scene and an old East Dallas neighborhood. Visiting Ships on any evening offers a one-of-a-kind look into what happens when the two worlds collide. On one end of the bar, you'll see folks who've been regulars since the bar opened some 50 years ago. And, just a few seats down, you'll usually see musicians and artists mixed in with people trying to catch a game on TV. The older regulars like to keep the place quiet, and they enforce a strict no-cussing policy. So be prepared to use your inside voices-or at least keep it to a dull roar. Ships has all the charm of an old-school neighborhood dive, but the people you'll rub elbows with there make the place such an interesting bar. The cozy, welcoming place dates back to the '50s and has been owned by Charlie Red around 30 years. Red may be the reason there are few patrons disturbing the peace at Ships. One barmaid says he's been known to break his own no-cussing/no-fighting rules when it comes to enforcing order. But he's also the kind of peacekeeper who's willing to buy a round for the house after enjoying a few himself. Ships shows every second of its age in its attitude and catch-as-catch-can decor. A cramped walkway separates the bar from a row of tiny booths, a set-up better suited to quiet conversation than group commotion. As its name implies, there's a nautical theme, from the anchor design upholstered to the blue padding on the front door to the submerged treasure chest painted on a closet in the back. Pieces of the glossy black ceiling are peeling off in sheets, and the men's and women's closet-sized restrooms share a common sink. Don't bother pulling out your plastic here: The antique brass cash register is just that-a cash register--ready to make change for the Best of Dallas-winning jukebox stocked with classic Motown, country, soul and blues. And while it may be beer and (boxed) wine only, Ships is a great place to watch the Cowboys, as happy hour prices ($1.25 drafts) apply during the game. There's a sizable flat-screen behind the pool table but the older regulars seem to prefer the smaller set by the front door. Ships is the kind of place its loyal patrons can depend on. The sign says its hours are 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. every day, but one bartender explains that whoever opens will usually relent for the early birds waiting outside. And every day means every day--Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Single Wide

    Single Wide

    2110 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-824-5588

    Just days before it would have turned 26, Lower Greenville dive bar The Winedale Tavern shuttered its doors. Weeks later, Kim Finch opened The Single Wide in its place, the neighborhood's answer to Finch's other bar, The Double Wide in Deep Ellum. Just as her other bar pokes fun at redneck culture, The Single Wide does the same. One of the bar's walls is decorated with old hubcaps, another is covered with old deer head trophies, and in the corner sits a fully functional Elvis Presley pinball machine. The drink menu follows suit with "Yoohoo Yeehaw," "Hurritang" and "Boone's Farm Martini." Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Sissy

    Sissy's Southern Kitchen & Bar

    2929 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-827-9900

    http://www.sissyssouthernkitchen.com Here's how to navigate Sissy's, the saccharine sweet Southern love fest from restaurant newcomer Lisa Garza. Grab two or three friends and sit at the gorgeous marble bar. Order a bready Abita amber or one of those stunning, spicy margaritas garnished with a flower blossom. Then order a bucket of chicken and a bottle of that housemade hot sauce for every hand. Stick to basics for sides: whipped potatoes, mac and cheese, Texas caviar and leathery collard greens, which wake up nicely with a touch of lemon or vinegar. Practice restraint if you want to make it through dessert. Bread pudding brings a soft, custardy, jiggling, car battery-sized piece of lead, topped with candied nuts and drizzled with crème Anglaise. Chocolate cake claims to be better than sex, which is nuts, but it’s still pretty good. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Slip Inn

    The Slip Inn

    1806 McMillan Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-370-5988

    Despite its trendy Henderson locale, The Slip Inn feels every bit like an inner-city underground club, helped by the red neon lighting and black vinyl seating. The bar makes for an excellent hangout with a 3 to 8 p.m. nightly happy hour, booth seating in back and DJs spinning hip-hop every night of the week. Up for a game of pool? The Slip Inn has a pool table and holds a 9-ball tournament on the last Tuesday of every month. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • SMU Boulevard Ice House

    SMU Boulevard Ice House

    5625 Yale Blvd. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-363-0660

    Located on the opposite side of Central Expressway from Southern Methodist University, SMU Boulevard Ice House used to be known as the Yale Ice House before the city went and changed the name of the street out front. It's owned and operated by Phillip Leitch, who also owns Across the Street Bar next door. Just park anywhere in the area and you can walk to any of the popular happy hours and after-hours hangouts in the neighborhood. This bare-bones bar has an open-air patio with plenty of seating. Oh, and Leitch says, "There's always $5 pitchers of whatever's on draft, like Coors Light, Bud Light or Shock Top." Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Spike

    5321 E. Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX 75206-5185
    214-288-8882

    http://www.spikedine.com

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