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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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  • Aardvark

    Aardvark

    2905 W. Berry St. Fort Worth, TX 76109
    817-926-7814

    http://www.the-aardvark.com Located around the corner from Texas Christian University, it's no surprise this rock club has Greek appeal. But housed in the same historic strip that was home to The Hop and Rail, it books the best locals in the Golden Triangle, plus the occasional road show. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Baker Street Pub and Grill

    Baker Street Pub and Grill

    6333 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76116
    817-377-9772

    http://www.sherlockspubco.com Meant to replicate the eclectic home of the great Sherlock Holmes, Baker Street has a hardwood decor and English-pub vibe with bookshelves, barrels and a carpeted stage offering live music throughout the week. The original location opened in Houston in 1977, and now has branches throughout Texas and into Oklahoma and Colorado. There's hold 'em poker on Tuesdays plus darts and pool for fun, and the menu is replete with Americanized versions of English dishes. Sundays tend to be busy, with karaoke and happy hour all day. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Bandwagon

    The Bandwagon

    2521 Rodeo Plaza Fort Worth, TX 76164
    817-624-6736

    As the rest of the area leans a bit toward the country side of music, The Bandwagon offers something a little different now and again. Bringing local and national artists to the Fort Worth stockyards, the venue covers indie, metal, rock, country and everything in between. Depending on the people a particular act will draw, the space opens as The Door for all-age shows and The Bandwagon for an older crowd, including a bar for age-appropriate drinkers. Being in the stockyards, the theme of choice includes wagon wheels and worn wood, but most of the music venue is a giant open space, funneling fans in standing room only toward a big stage. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Barcelona Bar

    515 Houston St. Fort Worth, TX 76102

  • Basement Bar

    Basement Bar

    105 W. Exchange ave Fort Worth, TX 76164
    817-624-0050

    Despite being in the historical Fort Worth Stockyards with its tourist pull, The Basement Bar is a neighborhood bar, and literally in a basement. Small and casual, it offers live music from country to reggae, typically with no cover charge. Local historical cattle brands dot the weathered wood surrounding the bar, and ever-present are the horseshoe and cowboy boot décor one would expect in the area. Clientele ranges from young to old, dictated mainly by whatever band is playing. Beer tubs, shot girls and a waitstaff cater to heavier crowds on weekends, though bands perform five nights a week on a corner stage curtained in red velvet at this cozy locale. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Best Friends Club

    2620 E. Lancaster St. Fort Worth, TX 76103
    817-534-2280

    http://www.bestfriendsfw.com

  • Big Apple Sports Bar

    Big Apple Sports Bar

    14200 Trinity Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76155
    817-572-7753

    http://www.bigapplecafe.com Big Apple Sports Bar is located in a tiny corner of northeast Fort Worth, nestled between the cities of Euless, Grand Prairie and Irving. Despite almost being hidden in a shopping strip, this neighborhood bar has been a popular hangout for folks in all four of the aforementioned cities for nearly 20 years. According to the bartender, Big Apple has been owned and operated by Tony Gallant and his family since day one, and many of its regulars have been frequenting the place that long - drawn in by strong drink and pub-grub fare. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Billy Bob

    Billy Bob's Texas

    2520 Rodeo Plaza Fort Worth, TX 76164
    817-624-7117

    http://www.billybobstexas.com Two-step through this enormous venue and see everything from the legendary to the unknown in country music. Western shirt optional, but the Western fare is recommended. Show up Thursday and Sunday nights for dance lessons. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • BJ's NXS

    3215 Fitzhugh Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76105
    214-526-9510

  • Brewed

    Brewed

    801 W. Magnolia Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76104
    817-945-1545

    http://brewedfw.com/ In a swanky little building on the corner of W. Magnolia and Travis avenues in Fort Worth's Near Southside neighborhood lives a bar with a split personality. Inside, one large wall divides Brewed into two bars. One is a coffee shop with robust brews and espressos that TCU college students feast upon during final exams season. The other side hosts a wall of specialty beers, drafts, imports and microbrews. Trendy décor and lush couches fill both spaces, interspersed with knickknacks, vintage objects and chessboards. Two stone fire pits occupy the large outdoor patio space, keeping it warm in the cooler months and creating just enough ambiance for a first or second date. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Buffalo Bros

    Buffalo Bros

    3015 S. University Drive Fort Worth, TX 76109
    817-386-9601

    http://www.buffalobrostexas.com Buffalo Bros is a TCU neighborhood hangout. We are located just off the TCU college campus on South University drive. Buffalo Bros was established to bring an authentic taste and flavors of Buffalo, NY to Fort Worth. Buffalo, NY is known as the City of Good Neighbors due to its friendly citizens, inviting restaurants, bars and lifestyle. Buffalonians are fanatic about their local unique cuisine. We proudly feature this cuisine, which includes Wings (done the right way), Beef on Weck, Sahlen Hot Dogs, Bison French Onion Chip Dip, Weber’s Horseradish Mustard, Loganberry and Birch Beer. At Buffalo Bros, we take great pride in having friendly and courteous staff to introduce you to the spirit of Buffalo Good Neighbors. Buffalo Bros caters to the TCU sports fan by offering 22 HD TV’s and every sports package that Direct TV offers. We proudly display any TCU sporting event or any major sporting event on as many of those TV’s as possible. At Buffalo Bros we offer a place where students, alumni, friends, and neighborhood families all come together for great food and service in a fun atmosphere which is perfect for any occasion. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Cabaret North

    Cabaret North

    5316 Superior Parkway Fort Worth, TX 76106-1706
    817-626-9900

    http://www.cabaretnorth.com/

  • Capital Bar

    Capital Bar

    3017 Morton St. Fort Worth, TX 76107-2927
    817-820-0049

    http://www.capital-bar.com For its young professionals and college crowd, Capital Bar offers a chic, upscale vibe. Candle-lit tables inside abut the black stone bar top, with happy hour all day Sunday through Wednesday. A covered rooftop lounge area with an additional bar overlooks a huge outdoor stage and seating area. Weekends you can see live DJs and bands, and local musicians get into the spotlight every Tuesday. Inside, a baby stage with projector screen occupies a smaller room off the main space, executed with soft earth-tone décor accented with corrugated metal and wood. For the early crowd looking for a quiet spot to sit out rush hour traffic, Capital Bar offers drink specials that last until 8 p.m. each Thursday through Saturday. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Cassidy's

    2540 Meacham Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76106
    817-625-9911

    http://www.cassidysfortworth.com

  • The Cellar

    The Cellar

    2916 W. Berry St. Fort Worth, TX 76109
    817-920-0097

    One of Fort Worth's oldest and most aptly named dives, The Cellar is full of character. A walk through the narrow entrance, then down a dark, crooked stairway opens up to a low-lit den with a U-shaped bar. The low-hanging ceiling, held up by walls made of huge stones, gives it a warm basement feel. There's nothing contrived about The Cellar's whimsy, and to say the place has aged gracefully wouldn't be true. But all the imperfections serve as part of The Cellar's charm, which is probably the reason it's a hangout for college kids-that, and the fact that it's near Texas Christian University. It's also popular with musicians playing at the neighboring Aardvark and Moon Bar. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Cendera Center

    Cendera Center

    3600 Benbrook Hwy Fort Worth, TX 76116
    817-984-6800

    http://www.cenderacenter.com/

  • The Chat Room Pub

    The Chat Room Pub

    1263 W. Magnolia Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76104
    817-922-8319

    http://www.thechatroompub.com This Fort Worth bar had built a devoted clientele of regulars in more than five years as a Fairmount-area hangout until musician Brad Hensarling took over ownership from Jon Carney during a dark period in Fort Worth's music history, as the Wreck Room and the Black Dog Tavern were shutting their doors, thanks to massive redevelopment projects in the Seventh Street area. Hensarling's musician friends needed a place to play. Turns out, the Oriental rug along the bar's painting-festooned back wall does quite nicely as an improvised stage. Bartender Ben Rogers works with The Roman Seasonal to book acts and runs sound during the shows. Both see The Chat Room as part of a larger neighborhood effort to keep ownership local and offer an alternative to those who don't want to hang out with the Yuppies, frat boys or tourists drawn to other parts of Cowtown. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • City Club of Fort Worth

    City Club of Fort Worth

    301 Commerce Street Fort Worth, TX 76102
    817-878-4000

    http://www.cityclubfw.com/ Private club. Membership required. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Cowtown Bowling Palace

    4333 River Oaks Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76114
    817-624-2151

    http://www.cowtownbowling.com

  • Crowbar Tattoo Saloon

    Crowbar Tattoo Saloon

    5704 Jacksboro Highway Fort Worth, TX 76114

    It’s easy to miss Crowbar Tattoo Saloon’s quaint building right off of Fort Worth’s long stretch of Jacksboro Highway. The tiny, smoky bar is in fact not a tattoo shop, but a watering hole for 20-somethings looking to catch live bands on the weekends, or adults looking for a quiet place to drink during the week. With just a Big Buck Hunter arcade game, a broken pool table and a slot machine in the corner, unless you come for the live music, Crowbar offers little by way of entertainment. A few beers on tap and decent jukebox are what are promised in Crowbar Tattoo Saloon’s small interior. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Delaney

    Delaney's Irish Pub

    2973 W. 7th St. Fort Worth, TX 76107-2221
    817-289-2711

  • Dino

    Dino's Sports Bar and Grill

    2707 Race St. Fort Worth, TX 76111
    817-222-2608

    http://www.myspace.com/dinoslive Classic rock cover bands on Saturday nights make Dino's half music venue, half pool hall. It's a good old Texas bar, one large open space with lots of tables and a worn wooden bar the length of the back wall. Jäger and Tuaca shots are always three dollars, and a menu served to 3 p.m. includes a typical bar fare of wings, skins and onion rings, also with sandwiches, salads and a little Tex-Mex. Since 2008, it's been a bar out of its element in a suburban neighborhood, drawing a crowd mixed with after-work business types early and a Hispanic following late-night. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Door Fort Worth

    2521 Rodeo Plaza Fort Worth, TX 76106
    817-624-6736

    http://www.thedoorclubs.com The sister club to the Deep Ellum original offers local kids, teens and adults a chance to see Christian rock groups other than in their church or a coffeehouse. (Non-Christian bands do play here as well.) A single large room with a stage in front, a non-alcoholic bar in back and that's about it. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Eagle's Nest Sports Grill

    8455 Boat Club Road Fort Worth, TX 76179
    817-236-8881

    http://www.eaglesnestsportsgrill.com

  • Embargo

    Embargo

    210 E. 8th St. Fort Worth, TX 76109
    817-870-9750

    http://www.embargodfw.com Embargo, a Cuban-themed bar in Downtown Fort Worth, benefits from strong drinks and rich décor. The club, lit mostly by soft candlelight, has a stage where Latin bands perform on the weekends, plus a large dance floor. The seating is intimate with tobacco-colored wooden booths separated from the room by red velvet curtains. The round bar, behind which the bartenders furiously muddle mint leaves into strong mojitos, has seating on all sides. Ironically, though, unlike any other bar in Fort Worth - and Havana, for that matter - Embargo has a no-smoking policy. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

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