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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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  • Addison Point

    Addison Point

    4578 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75254
    972-661-2230 It's the classic Addison burger dive for sports, great food and cheap beer. Since 1969, the well-worn tables and horseshoe bar have drawn the older regulars together with the younger college kids, where on two-dollar burger Monday nights, a bison burger and pitcher of beer run less than ten bucks. Also grilling up turkey burgers, sandwiches and salads for the lighter eaters, the menu draws a horde, as do budget-friendly shot specials on weekends. A game room partitioned in the corner competes with karaoke Thursday through Sunday nights. Read more about Addison Point >>

  • The Art of Wine

    11909 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75230
    972-701-0070 Located in the heart of Preston Hollow, we are a specialty wine bar and a retail shop. The Art of Wine is poised to be a jewel of wine lovers in the Dallas market. Our wine selection includes interesting varietals from small production wineries to the more familiar wines that can be enjoyed with comfort. The Art of Wine is your perfect neighborhood wine bar where locals can drop in after work for a relaxing glass of wine, a tasting flight for the inquiring palate, or pick up their favorite bottle to enjoy at home. We host several parties be they birthdays, bachelorette, holidays, book clubs or special events. Ask our wine enthusiasts and experts for their assistance with wine and food pairings. Check out our calendar for happy hours, ladies nights, and upcoming events. Contact us today to book your next gathering at The Art of Wine. We promise to make it a time you won’t forget! Read more about The Art of Wine >>

  • BJ

    BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse

    4901 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75254
    972-392-4600 This brewpub chain location, one of many in the metroplex, is packed on weekends. It's wildly popular; then again, all BJ's locations are wildly popular. It all started with a single pizza in 1978 Santa Ana, California, and BJ's first brewery-restaurant in 1996. Since then, the chain has expanded the menu into American fusion territory and standard suds offerings bolstered by seasonal rotations. The emphasis on beer is evident in the occasional beer dinners hosted with U.S. microbreweries, including Stone, and a gold medal at the 2010 Great American Beer Festival. The food menu, like the beer list, is constantly evolving. For example, 2010 additions to the dining options included a gluten-free, thin-crust pizza and fried artichokes dusted with parmesan and served with a lemon-garlic aioli. Read more about BJ's Restaurant and Brewhouse >>

  • Club Matrix

    5818 LBJ Freeway Dallas, TX 75230

  • Club Phenomenon

    5818 Lyndon B Johnson Frwy Dallas, TX 75240-6314

  • Del Frisco

    Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House

    5251 Spring Valley Road Dallas, TX 75254-3007

  • Disco Centro

    7879 Spring Valley Rd Dallas, TX 75254-2855

  • Ernie's Restaurant and Club

    5100 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75254-7559

  • The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium

    The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium

    14999 Montfort Drive Dallas, TX 75254-7519
    972-991-7093 Known more for its extensive beer menu than its basic bar grub menu, Flying Saucer has more than a dozen locations, and this one makes good use of an old Colter's Texas BBQ joint. The bar has more than 200 beers to choose from, with a whopping 90-plus beers on draft. While it can be tough to select from the extensive menu, the nubile bar maids dressed in plaid schoolgirl skirts tend to be more than happy to help you whittle down your selection. Because it's located in Addison, Flying Saucer allows smoking indoors, which makes it feel more pub-like than other similar watering holes in Dallas. After 8:30 p.m. the establishment starts checking photo IDs and only admits folks 21 and up. Regulars, known as "beerknurds," can join the "U.F.O. Club," which keeps track of the beers they've tried. Once someone tries all 200 they are eligible for the bar's "Ring of Honor." Read more about The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium >>

  • Hawley

    Hawley's Billiards

    5623 Alpha Road Dallas, TX 75240
    972-239-4846 Hawley's Billiards walks a fine line between typical pool hall and cozy neighborhood bar, so expect to see a good mix of serious players and novices cracking balls on the tables or sipping drinks at the bar. Before Hawley's opened there in 1993, its spot in a '70s-era shopping center was home to a handful of pool parlors. Today, Hawley's offers popular arcade games, foosball and darts in addition to the eight 8-foot and four 9-foot billiards tables. Now that Dallas has gone smoke-free, the smokers crowd around the heater on the patio area out front. Hawley's offers daily specials such as free pool on Mondays and Wednesdays, and Thursdays the bar offers "Jack, Jim or Jose" for $2. Read more about Hawley's Billiards >>

  • The Hideaway

    The Hideaway

    14902 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75254-9191

    Tucked in a little shopping strip off Preston Road, The Hideaway displays vintage posters of John Wayne and Marilyn Monroe who appear to be watching over a bar stocked with neighborhood regulars. A rectangular island bar sits on a platform surrounded by tons of tables, TVs and Golden Tee machines where the bartender really does know everyone's name. It's a good place to post up and pass some time during the week, with a menu more suited for a decent restaurant than a little dive. A daily happy hour from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. accompanies grub specials like fajita Wednesdays and rib-eye Saturdays. Read more about The Hideaway >>

  • Houlihan


    5225 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75254
    972-386-0689 As a national chain, Houlihan's has something for everyone. A vegetarian? Relax. A craft-beer fan? Drink up. Into small plates? Get finicky. Perhaps you're in the mood for a mighty burger with all the fixings? Dig in. Houlihan's got you covered in their come-as-you-are restaurants. The restaurant also holds two happy hours (4:30 p.m.-7 p.m., 9:30 p.m.-close) including $6 appetizers from the kitchen of executive chef Kevin Horn. Read more about Houlihan's >>

  • Logan

    Logan's On Beltline

    5290 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75254

    Located on Belt Line Road just east of the Dallas North Tollway, this laid back bar and grill has the same hard-to-miss green-and-white striped awnings as the original Logan's location, Austin's popular Logan's On Sixth. Inside, there's a large central dark-wood bar and stained glass windows, and the walls are covered with black and white photos of classic movie stars, celebrities and athletes from yesteryear. The basic bar menu offers salads, burgers, sandwiches and wraps. Daily specials keep regulars coming back. Happy hour is all day Monday, Tuesday and Sunday and until 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, while Wednesday offers $3 pints and $3 wells. Thursdays are good for $5 burgers. A separate bar and a few pool tables make a back library-style room a cozy hangout. Read more about Logan's On Beltline >>

  • Magic Time Machine

    Magic Time Machine

    5003 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75254
    972-980-1903 Since opening in the '70s, Magic Time Machine has entertained guests by one-upping ordinary themed restaurants with its costumed staff, who are required to double as improv comics. So be prepared for a good skewering with your meal. Every night is Halloween, here, as characters ranging from Disney favorites (such as Captain Jack Sparrow, Cinderella or Tinkerbell) to comic icons (such as Charlie Brown, Wonder Woman or Spider-Man) whisk trays of food to various themed booths and seating areas. Diners could end up seated in a school bus, a giant Jack-o-Lantern or a Tiki hut. Not surprisingly, Magic Time Machine is a favorite venue for kid birthday parties, but diners can also go for the "Roman Orgy" menu option with platters for four or more, among them brisket, ribs and fresh fruit. After 10 p.m., The Blue Lounge upstairs offers an adults-only escape from the non-smoking, family-friendly dining area downstairs by providing a full bar, lounge areas and a stage. Read more about Magic Time Machine >>

  • Memphis Restaurant

    Memphis Restaurant

    5000 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75240
    972-386-9517 Neither rain nor sleet nor any holidays will keep the show from going on at Memphis Restaurant and Club in Addison. The club's stage has hosted live music every night since opening in 1981. With plenty of well-worn wood, rickety stools and brass rails, Memphis looks like a silver-screen version of a classic, cozy, smoke-filled nightclub. Memphis' tables sit right next to the stage with only a narrow area (reserved for dancing) separating them from the elevated bar. The Shuck N' Jive next door is under the same management/ownership, and the kitchen's open until 1:30 a.m. A convenient door between the bar and restaurant means patrons don't even have to walk outside to place orders from the popular Cajun joint's menu. Read more about Memphis Restaurant >>

  • Mercy Wine Bar

    Mercy Wine Bar

    5100 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75254
    972-702-9463 Mercy Wine Bar takes its name from a Roy Orbison song, but you won"t find any tribute to him inside. Instead, you will find a very dark interior, pulsing with techno music, where you can relax at bar, table or couch. Full service menu for pairing and sharing, and of course good wines, available by flight, carafe, or bottle. Menu options include Blackened Ahi Tuna, Mac and White Truffle Gratin, and a seasonal fruit plate. Read more about Mercy Wine Bar >>

  • Neighborhood Services Bar and Grill

    Neighborhood Services Bar and Grill

    10720 Preston Road Dallas, TX 75230
    214-368-1101 The menu at Neighborhood Services Bar & Grill, the latest entry in Nick Badovinus' growing empire of eateries, looks very much like the menu at his first two restaurants. But this dining room takes its name seriously, cultivating a neighborly vibe that would be hard to resist even if the food wasn't so good. Fortunately, it is: There's a masterful London broil, a meticulously composed roasted beet salad and handmade noodles many customers would probably willingly eat at every meal for the rest of their lives. The restaurant doesn't take reservations, but the best seats are at the spirited bar. Read more about Neighborhood Services Bar and Grill >>

  • Pete

    Pete's Dueling Piano Bar

    4980 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75240
    972-726-7383 The name pretty much says it all. If you're looking for a good-time, sing-along crowd, Pete's is the place. Especially if bawdy, off-color humor is your thing. And it should be. Open Wednesday through Saturday. Read more about Pete's Dueling Piano Bar >>

  • The Red Room

    The Red Room

    4950 Beltline .Road Dallas, TX 75254

    An upscale sports bar and lounge in Addison, The Red Room adjoins Asian and Indian restaurant Masala Wok. The exterior is fairly standard, as it's located in a strip shopping plaza, but the interior is designed like an uber-modern living room, with contemporary minimalist décor, off-white and red plush seating, small framed prints on the wall and, as the name suggests, a lot of red accents. The bar and lounge host private parties and an array of weekly events that can be found on the bar's website. For those feeling snacky, the bar's menu has a food section with favorite appetizers such as creamed spinach dip, lamb kabob rolls and chicken or veggie spring rolls. Read more about The Red Room >>

  • The Second Floor Bistro Bar

    The Second Floor Bistro Bar

    13340 Dallas Parkway Dallas, TX 75240-6603
    972-450-2978 Tucked away on the second floor (hence the name) and more, shall we say serene, than the Westin's boisterous Oceanaire, this Scotch lounge/modern international restaurant was still feeling around for sure footing during review visits. But there's quite a bit of promise, given chef J. Chastain's penchant for solid technique. Ingredients are fresh, slices of sashimi grade tuna melt on your tongue and homemade pasta is cooked perfectly al dente. Although the cooking seems understated and the room feels like, well, a dressed up hotel space, an emphasis on quality shows through. Read more about The Second Floor Bistro Bar >>

  • Sherlock

    Sherlock's Baker St. Pub & Grill

    5100 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75254
    972-726-6100 If the name didn't clue you in to this bar and grill's all-things-British theme, you'll figure out the second you open the door and see the full-size red telephone booth and the walls, which are bedecked with rugby and cricket memorabilia mixed in with the typical pub design. Because Sherlock's boasts far more easily re-arranged seating than your average pub, it's a great place for large groups-and there's also a large patio. The pub's located in a strip mall in smoke-friendly Addison, so be prepared for a haze. The place can get pretty packed during happy hours and weekends-what with two bars, a full dining menu, nightly live music and popular drink specials like $2 wells and domestic drafts from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday and all day on Sunday. Read more about Sherlock's Baker St. Pub & Grill >>

  • Social House

    Social House

    5100 Belt Line Road Addison, TX 75254
    214-521-7500 Social House used to serve up burgers and fries to the denizens of Uptown, right off Cedar Springs. Now it's moved to Addison, to larger, grander digs. Multiple dining areas include a quiet dining room, an open bar room and sizeable patio: pretty much everything you need to meet your friends for a drink, party like a frat boy or find a private booth for hushed conversation. If you like burgers, Social House has a big one. As tall as a can of beer, the sandwich takes deliberate compression to pick up and eat. You might even have to cut it in half to avoid making a mess on that new button-down shirt you’re sporting. The rest of the menu looks like any elevated pub-grub docket. There are are Reubens and other sandwiches laden with meat, fish and chips and steaks, salads and pizzas. There are 73 items to choose from on what may be one of Addison's most ambitious menus. Read more about Social House >>

  • The Social House Supper Pub

    The Social House Supper Pub

    5100 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75254
    972-392-4300 A note on the menu of Addison's Social House claims that it's the first supper pub to come to the United States. That claim might be a hard sell for those who are already familiar with Addison's many pubs that also serve supper, but Social House does stand out in certain ways. The contrast between the dark wood of the furniture and the sandy-colored flagstone walls works nicely under the bar's low spot lighting. There are three separate bars in the Social House, one devoted to wine, one devoted to beer - with 50 on tap - and another where bartenders mix signature cocktails like the bourbon-based Mad Men. During supper, the flat-screen TVs on the wall show sharp images of classic art before yielding to sports later in the evening. Read more about The Social House Supper Pub >>

  • Soho Food and Jazz

    Soho Food and Jazz

    5290 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75254
    972-490-8686 Whether cool or hot, smooth or be-bop, this Addison club has the appropriate menu selection with which to pair its jazz. Executive Chef Chad Burnett's dishes serve as a counterpoint to the casual atmosphere. South Carolina hare (confit with Vidalia onion hash, a Tuaca demi and tangerine glaze), big-eye tuna (sesame seared, with jasmine gnocchi, snow peas and hoisin barbecue sauce) and Hudson Valley duck (jerk and confit with potato-haricot vert Lyonnaisse and mango-Bacardi glaze) are all fine accompaniments to day after day of musical acts. If music is your emphasis, the jazz club offers extensive small-plates and drink menus. These include rice-crusted oysters with Thai sauce and Soho's signature martinis. The latter are only four dollars during happy hour. Read more about Soho Food and Jazz >>

  • Stadium Cafe

    Stadium Cafe

    4872 Belt Line Road Dallas, TX 75254-7541
    972-701-0030 This Addison sports-themed restaurant has been around since 1997 and is as "neighborhood" as a place on Belt Line can get. Filled with regulars, the spot serves up two-dollar half-pound burgers and fries every Monday from 5 to 10 p.m., a free buffet on weekdays between 5 and 7 p.m. and loads of eat and drink specials on other days. With few exceptions, the full menu doesn"t steer too far from sports-bar fare. Of course, there are TVs wherever the eye rests, as well as video games like Big Buck Safari and Golden Tee -- sports bar requirements. Read more about Stadium Cafe >>

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