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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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  • Stan

    Stan's Blue Note

    2908 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206

    Though the name would suggest otherwise, Stan's Blue Note is not a blues club. In fact, the only music this bar and grill offers comes from the digital jukebox, which boasts a fun smattering of everything from current hits to Sinatra. The beer selection may be expansive, but this isn't a beer destination either, as the choices aren't too adventurous and are served in frosted Mason jars--sure to make any beer nerd shudder. What it does offer is reasonable prices, an inviting, well-worn interior and a patio perfect for people watching, making it a favorite spot to unwind after a night of live music. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Standard Pour

    The Standard Pour

    2900 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204

    With the craft cocktail and mixology trend on full tilt in Dallas, Standard Pour takes the scene to the Uptown set. Located on the corner of McKinney Avenue and Allen Street, the bar invites an attractive mix of young patrons to sample a good selection of well made pre-Prohibition era cocktails. Pinpointing any one inspiration for the decor is difficult, as one section of the wall is covered with clocks set to various time zones. Other parts of the room nod to 19th-century France while the tall brick wall, lined with shelves stocked with a wide variety of booze, conjures nights spent at New York bars. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Strangeways


    2429 N. Fitzhugh Dallas, TX 75204
    214-823-7800 There's a little bit of mystery surrounding the name of the East Dallas bar Strangeways. The bartender will deny that it was named after The Smiths' record, Strangeways, Here We Come, but the bar's décor and music selection would suggest otherwise. The industrial look of the interior - raw wooden walls, concrete slab floor, and harsh, low lighting - is reminiscent of a bar one might find in the band's hometown of Manchester. Same goes for the playlist, most of which is taken from the British new wave and dance movement of the 1980s. The industrial theme ends, though, when you get to the menu, which features a wide range of rare craft beers and elevated bar food. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Sundown at Granada

    Sundown at Granada

    3520 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-823-8305 The Granada Theater has always offered decent drinks and food, but they’ve always taken a backseat to the venue’s concerts. Granada owner Mike Schoder wanted food and drinks to take the spotlight at Sundown at Granada, a beer garden and restaurant located next door to the theater. After extensive renovations transforming the space that once belonged to seedy dance clubs, the space is now a warm, welcoming bar. The high wooden walls reach to a ceiling filled with limousine twinkle lights (left by the previous bar), and the adjacent dining room is lined with raw wooden boards. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Sunset Lounge

    Sunset Lounge

    3030 Ross Ave. Dallas, TX 75204-5519
    214-823-8193 Dress to impress before heading to this upscale yet laid-back lounge on the outskirts of downtown, just east of Central Expressway. Parking's a breeze because Sunset offers valet service out front. Inside, there's plenty of lounge-style seating and Sunset's décor is warm and sleek, with lots of modern lighting on the orange-to-red scale, keeping the sunset theme throughout--even on the patio. If you'd rather sit outside, there's another bar on the enclosed back patio. The lounge is only open from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and each evening features its own drink specials, like $4 you-call-its (and $4 thin-crust pizzas) on Thursdays. Freestylin Fridays feature a new DJ spinning tracks each week and Saturday nights make a good night for mingling and dancing. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • SWIG


    1921 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-824-3343 SWIG boasts a beautiful front patio paved in pea gravel and tables and benches of rough-hewn lumber and steel, a little oasis of booths and a bar-height table just off of busy Henderson Avenue. Inside the space is open, with wide louvered doors that bring the outside in. Flatbreads and burgers make for decent snacking, but other dishes come up short. The reason to come here is to drink. Custom cocktails based on old-time mixology, a good beer list and a great atmosphere make SWIG a place you'll want to linger. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Tate


    2723 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-954-4141 There’s a Victorian-style house on Mckinney and Worthington in Uptown that sat dormant for a while before John Tate, who goes by JW, decided to open his own place. The atmosphere at Tate's is upscale, thanks to the dark wooden walls, vaulted ceilings and the high concentration of very, very good-looking people, each of whom is a perfect advertisement for the cocktail they hold. Once you warm your seat at the long wooden bar, the bartenders engage you in friendly conversation and offer plenty of suggestions from the extensive cocktail and food menus. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Tei Tei Robata Bar

    Tei Tei Robata Bar

    2906 N. Henderson Dallas, TX 75206
    214-828-2400 Owned by Teppo Sushi proprietor Teiichi Sakurai, Tei Tei may well join Ferraris and long sabbaticals in Fiji as a slice of exotica vigorously lusted after. The "specials" chalkboard regularly features rare varieties of sashimi such as trigger fish and cristal fish, plus grilled baby barracuda and sea snail. And Tei Tei has Kobe beef steaks, an exclusive and rare grade of meat from Kobe, Japan, known for its extraordinarily melting tenderness, full flavor and marbled richness. Virtually everything here is fresh and meticulously prepared. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Three Sheets

    Three Sheets

    3113 Ross Ave. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-823-3113 Located on the cusp of downtown, ThreeSheets doesn't advertise, but the bar still manages to get packed to the gills -- or, we should say, shelves. One wall of the bar is a library decorated with dark wood and old books, giving the place a cozy neighborhood feel. If a little light reading isn't enough to attract the Uptown crowd, there are always the food and drink specials. ThreeSheets offers free brick-oven pizza on Mondays, and on Tuesdays all draft beer is $3 -- even the expensive imports. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Tiger Room

    1915 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206

    If you're looking for trance-inspired DJs around lower Greenville, Tiger Room serves up a change of pace from neighboring hip-hop and hard rock bars. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Times Ten Cellars

    Times Ten Cellars

    6324 Prospect Ave. Dallas, TX 75214
    214-824-9463 When walking into this Lakewood winery's front doors, you're welcomed by the sweet smell of fermenting grapes. And, like the sweet smell, the décor in the winery's tasting room and lounge area is homey and inviting, with the warm hues, vaulted ceilings, lots of cushy seating and candles lit throughout. But don't be surprised to find more people outside smoking cigars and cigarettes on the spacious fenced-in back patio. Times Ten Cellars features a wide selection of wines made from grapes grown in its own vineyards, and while it doesn't have a wide food selection (the menu offers up meat and cheese platters, hummus, etc.) they have arrangements with several local eateries that deliver right to your table, couch or barstool. The tasting room is open Monday through Sunday, but check the website for hours, which vary from day to day. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Torch

    5631 Sears Dallas, TX 75206
    469-556-0117 With its adequate sound system, 60-foot bar and hardwood dance floor, the 5,000-sq. foot Torch could be a great addition to the Lower Greenville live-music scene. As it is, though, the club's attempt to be all things to all people (douchebags can get bottle service even if they're wearing shorts) keeps it from being anything special. It's a nice setting for its sporadic, if poorly promoted, live hip-hop shows. The place was the site of a rather inadvertently funny bar-to-MC misunderstanding: moments after a bartender stated that the bar had no drink specials, the host of a hip-hop showcase tried to boost bar traffic by boasting that the bar had great drink specials. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Trinity Hall

    Trinity Hall

    5321 E. Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX 75206
    214-887-3600 Upon first visit, Trinity Hall seems like just another faux-Irish Pub, of which there are many in North Texas. But what sets Trinity Hall apart from the others is that it's run by an actual Irish dude. There is a huge selection beer, and a Scotch menu that is intimidating to the faint-of-heart, and weak-of-wallet. It's not your typical sports bar, but Trinity Hall is the perfect place to watch soccer. They screen games from the World Cup and the English Premier League. Drop by one Saturday, order a Guinness and enjoy the rest of your weekend. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Two Corks and a Bottle

    Two Corks and a Bottle

    2800 Routh St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-871-9463 The thing that sets Two Corks and a Bottle apart from other wine bars in Dallas is the location from where the wine is fermented and bottled. At Two Corks, it's all done right there in the Uptown shop. It only sells house-made wines, which sounds like a turn-off; people tend to put their trust in more widely distributed labels. But considering that the grapes are shipped direct from California, the wines offered here are on par with top brands. The shop offers a multi-tiered wine club, in which members get discounts and free bottles each month. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Vagabond

    3619 Greenville Avenue Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75206

  • Veritas Wine Room

    Veritas Wine Room

    2323 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-8378
    214-841-9463 If Veritas Wine Room's rustic, old-world décor and dimly lit, relaxed atmosphere make the wine bar and retail shop feel more like a pub than a wine room, it's by design. Planned as a "VinoPub," Veritas was opened in the summer of 2008 on Henderson Avenue. Boasting a revolving list of 350 labels of wine, the shop's sommeliers keep a well-varied selection of 20-plus wines available by the glass. The food menu offers an array of Texas meats, cheeses and chocolates, as well as some selected imported foods. Wines aside, the casual-to-dressy neighborhood haunt is known for its heaping cheese boards and craft beers. A local gallery provides colorful artwork that lines the walls, and seating inside ranges from cozy pub tables to large communal tables to comfy armchairs. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Vickery Park

    Vickery Park

    2810 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-6504
    214-827-1432 Considering its location in the upscale Knox-Henderson area, Vickery Park is refreshingly unpretentious. Whether you hang out on the well-worn porch, watch a game on one of several big screens in the main room, belly up to the spacious bar or settle into one of the couches in the lounge area, you'll feel at home. The bar boasts an impressive selection of craft beers, including rotating special offerings, along with the more familiar light American beers. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Victor Tango

    Victor Tango's

    3001 N. Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-6404
    214-252-8595 Since 2008, this sleek Henderson Avenue restaurant has been a spot for the young social set to show off some new threads, throw back specialty cocktails and sip on craft beer. The food is all over the map, but it's good, leaning on Asian, Middle Eastern, Spanish and American flavors. Picture a hunk of celery root cut like a steak and served with a savory tonnato sauce and frisée, or if you'd prefer beef, order the hanger steak rare and watch it arrive a shade of burgundy. The flatbreads are a good choice, as is the grilled octopus salad. You should drink here, if only because everyone else is. Victor Tangos is as much about the scene as it is about the sauce you're mopping off your plate. You'll find plenty of craft cocktails from an ever-changing menu and what the barman refers to as "the best little beer list in Dallas." Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Village Country Club

    The Village Country Club

    8308 Southwestern Blvd. Dallas, TX 75206-1504
    214-772-3100 Located in The Village Apartments, The Village Country Club is exclusive to the residents of the apartments and their guests - though we hear that some folks keep coming back to haunt this bar long after they've moved to other habitations. In addition to the restaurant and bar, the club features amenities for residents like a fitness center, a walking trail, a practice putting green complete with driving area for golfers and free Wi-Fi. Village Country Club's bar and lounge area features enough tables to accommodate a large crowd, a full bar, several flat screen TVs and pool tables. Also, outside there's a swimming pool and another bar. The club hosts special events for residents (and their guests) like movie nights, live concerts and themed parties. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • West Village

    West Village

    3699 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204

  • The Wine Therapist

    The Wine Therapist

    1909 Skillman Dallas, TX 75206
    214-821-9463 Inside this Lakewood wine cafe, the vibe is half wine cellar/tasting room and half warm, inviting living room. There is a nice variety of comfortable seating from couches to tables and chairs, hundreds of bottles of wine displayed on the walls, and a smoke-friendly patio outside. The Wine Therapist also features a food menu designed to complement the large variety of wines, and includes items such as hummus from Café Izmir and an assortment of meats and cheeses from which to choose. Customers order wine by the bottle, by the glass, or a flight of four wines is available for $20 for those who like to sample. And if you just want a bottle for enjoying at home, those are half the price (most bottles are under $40, with the average hovering around $25). One employee says the majority of the regulars come from the surrounding Lakewood area and Lake Highlands. Also worth noting, The Wine Therapist is dog-friendly. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

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