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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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  • Rodeo Exchange

    Rodeo Exchange

    221 W. Exchange Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76164-8143
    817-626-0181 In the stockyard tradition, it's a good ol' country bar with a dance floor and stage offering live country music on weekends and a place to post up for a cold beer during the week. Tuesday and Wednesday nights, a crowd of regulars with a smattering of tourists comes for the free dance lessons (the shuffle and swing) and stay for the cheap beer. Exposed brick behind the bar, two pool tables and beer ads covering the walls make up a smaller version of the typical Texas honky-tonk, housing country stars from Toby Keith to Tanya Tucker since 1989. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Rodeo Goat

    2836 Bledsoe St. Fort Worth, TX 76107

  • Rogue

    Rogue's Gallery

    6801 E. Lancaster Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76112

    Lancaster Street in East Fort Worth is lined with broken-down used car lots, old mechanic shops and a few dive bars. Rogue's Gallery has been a neighborhood favorite for more than 20 years, offering an escape from the burned-out scenery. It's hard to tell if the bar's biggest draw is karaoke or its cheap, stiff drinks. Judging by the rough-around-the-edges looks of the bar's patrons, we're guessing it's the latter. But once everyone has a few drinks, the line for karaoke stays as full as the glasses of its patrons. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Roxy's Bar & Grill

    8407 26 Fort Worth, TX 76180

  • Scat Jazz Lounge

    Scat Jazz Lounge

    111 W. Fourth St. Fort Worth, TX 76102
    817-870-9100 Capturing the speakeasy spirit with classic handcrafted cocktails and an underground appeal accessible by elevator, Scat Jazz Lounge, hidden in an alley off 4th Street, is the only jazz bar downtown. It aspires to be world-class and old-school while also maintaining a hip and intimate feel. Lighting and textures are soft, and menu offerings are limited to light finger foods so there's no clink and clank of dinner clamor to compete with the music. Open six nights a week, Scat attracts an after-dinner crowd. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Shipping and Receiving

    201 S Calhoun St Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 76104

  • Silverado Room

    Silverado Room

    2509 Rodeo Plaza Fort Worth, TX 76106

    Which came first, the Neon Moon Saloon in the Stockyards or the song of the same name by Brooks & Dunn? Either way, you should know what you're getting into: cowboy hats, a mechanical bull and cheap beer. The saloon is right across from Billy Bob's and is basically the same place minus the big country acts, and without all the frills -- except the mechanical bull, of course. Neon Moon is actually two bars in one: the nightclub and the not-as-dimly-lit Silverado room, where there's a stage for karaoke and live music. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Sparks Bar and Grill

    Sparks Bar and Grill

    5209 Rufe Snow Drive Fort Worth, TX 76180

  • Spencer

    Spencer's Corner

    6861-C Green Oaks Road Fort Worth, TX 76116

  • Stagecoach Ballroom

    Stagecoach Ballroom

    2516 E. Belknap St. Fort Worth, TX 76111-1104
    817-831-2261 Fort Worth is home to one of the largest ballroom dance floors in Texas, and that dance floor belongs to the Stagecoach Ballroom, a family-run country and Western dance hall that's been welcoming people of all ages since the mid-1950s. The Czajkowski family and their friends tend the long bar, and local bands and imports perform for a crowd that can number from 300 to 700 on weekends. The Stagecoach also hosts singles events and dance lessons. Remember to wear your boots. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Studio Eighty

    Studio Eighty

    509 University Drive Fort Worth, TX 76107

  • The Texas Theater

    231 W. Jefferson Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76110

  • The Horny Toad

    The Horny Toad

    9530 Camp Bowie W. Fort Worth, TX 76116

  • Thirsty Armadillo

    Thirsty Armadillo

    120 W. Exchange Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76164
    817-624-2770 Located in a strip of century-old buildings in the heart of the Fort Worth Stockyards is Thirsty Armadillo, a honky-tonk with a vast selection of whiskeys and bourbons. Weekend crowds head to the bar for live music and dancing, sporting expensive cowboy boots that track dirt and dust into the venue's spacious interior. Weekdays are more sparse, catering to the handful of locals who show up for acoustic acts and to sit at the large oak bar. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Tiff & Andi's Place

    3516 Bluebonnet Circle Fort Worth, TX 76109

  • Tomcats West

    Tomcats West

    3137 Alta Mere Drive Fort Worth, TX 76116

    With free parking, cheap cover prices and affordable drinks, Tomcats West is one of Fort Worth's most hassle-free music venues. The large building sits just off of Interstate 30, with very little surrounding it. Hard, loud guitars and punishing drums blare through the venue's top-notch surround sound speakers, pumping up the young-ish crowd. The venue isn't exactly the biggest club in town, but it has got plenty of heart. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Trinity Tavern

    Trinity Tavern

    4212 360 Fort Worth, TX 76155
    817-354-2010 Located on the eastern fringe of Fort Worth is Trinity Tavern, one of the area's sleeker watering holes. Managing partner Joel Fincher describes his bar as "a little bit of Uptown with Fort Worth prices." It's certainly not anything like the massive ultra-lounges in Uptown Dallas, but its stone floor and wooden ceiling give the place a somewhat sophisticated feel. So too does the no-smoking policy and the art hanging on the walls, all of which is for sale. What keeps the place casual is the light dinner menu and the bar's cozy space. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Tumbleweed

    Tumbleweed's Sports Bar

    1008 NE Loop 820 Fort Worth, TX 76104
    817-626-5225 You'll find Tumbleweed's Sports Bar at the furthest edge of Fort Worth, situated among a few gas stations and restaurants on the south side of Loop 820. The first thing you'll see upon walking inside the bar is a mounted buffalo head and a wooden Indian. The regulars here include local service industry types getting off work and anyone else wanting to shoot pool on one of Tumbleweed's six tables. Most likely, they were lured by the free pool that Tumbleweed's offers on Sundays or Mondays. The walls aren't plastered with televisions, but there are enough screens to find the game you need. If you're hungry, the nearby Dickie's BBQ delivers straight to the bar. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Twilite Lounge

    3032 S. Main St. Fort Worth, TX 76110-4227

  • University Pub

    University Pub

    3019 S. University Drive Fort Worth, TX 76109-5608

    Across the street from Texas Christian University, The Pub has catered almost exclusively to college students since 1981. It's a no-surprises kind of place: no special nights, events or bands. Where Irish joints sport the Celtic knot, this spot is all about school spirit. The walls are covered with university flags, and the beer is served in cups equally suited for a beer pong table. In back are a pool table and photo collages of partying students representing patrons dating to the '80s. But you have to be a solid regular to pass the cut and make it on the wall. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Urban Vines Wine Bistro

    9219 Garland Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76116

  • The Usual

    The Usual

    1408 W. Magnolia Avenue Fort Worth, TX 76104 Fort Worth's bike-friendly Fairmount Neighborhood on West Magnolia is one of the hipper places to hang out in Cowtown, thanks in part to The Usual, one of the few bars west of Dallas to offer a drink menu of classic and Prohibition-era cocktails. The bar's interior has a modern, minimalist design with raw wood walls and chairs, and a marbled, stained concrete floor. Unlike most of the surrounding Fort Worth bars, The Usual has a strict non-smoking policy, but the narrow patio in the back offers plenty of space for folks who need a smoke to accompany their drink, in addition to a place to lock up their bikes while enjoying an Old Fashioned or a Moscow Mule. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • VIP

    VIP's Lounge

    3237 White Settlement Road Fort Worth, TX 76107
    817-335-1647 Located across from Greenwood Cemetery since 1976, VIP's indulges the notion that it is haunted. A poster by the door even says so. The place is a one-room dive painted with murals by local artists. Dragons, suns and jungles share the walls with full-length mirrors around a comfy L-shaped bar. The name is ironic at best, but the dive has a certain charm to it, the staff pleasantly gruff but chatty. Shuffleboard, darts and pool entertain long-time regulars and TCU students seven days a week, offering cheap, beer, Jell-O shots and fresh tamales. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Wet Willie

    Wet Willie's Saloon

    12301 Camp Bowie W. Blvd. Aledo, TX 76008

  • Whiskey Girl Saloon

    Whiskey Girl Saloon

    2413 Ellis Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76164

    Whiskey Girl Saloon is nestled in the heart of the Fort Worth Stockyards, with country bars and honky-tonks cornering it on all sides. The 5,000-plus-square-foot bar is one of few in the area that serves as a venue for local country, alternative and indie acts alike. Catch the venue on one of its “open bar” nights and pay less than $20 to drink and watch performances by local lineups that play on one of the venue's two large stages. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

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