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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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  • Baby Dolls Saloon

    Baby Dolls Saloon

    10250 Shady Trail Dallas, TX 75220
    214-358-5511 Years ago, Baby Dolls Saloon moved locations and began boasting "The Legend Lives On." The 37-year-old institution backs up the claim with a roster of more than 200 dancers on any given night. The grand staircase opens onto a bar that sits in the center of the club. The main stage is enormous, and off to the side are smaller audience rooms where the waitresses hang out. Although it has its share of regulars, Baby Dolls is one of the more famous strip clubs in Dallas, and you can count on any number of out-of-towners of all stripes to be there enjoying the show. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Beamer


    2443 Walnut Hill Lane Dallas, TX 75229

  • Bombshells Cabaret

    Bombshells Cabaret

    2444 Walnut Ridge St. Dallas, TX 75229-4528

  • Cabaret Royale

    Cabaret Royale

    10723 Composite Drive Dallas, TX 75220
    214-350-0303 With somewhat classier surroundings than your average strip club, Cabaret Royale caters to a more discerning clientele -- sort of. While high rollers can buy a wristband and ascend the fancy staircase up to the VIP area (home to the infamous “Champagne Room”), mere mortals can stay downstairs, where the beer is just as cold, the cushy high-backed chairs are just as comfortable and the cocktail waitresses prance around in thong bodysuits. The best thing about Cabaret Royale, though, is the diversity of the ladies: tall, short, thin, curvy, redhead, blonde, white, brown, black, tattoos, piercings -- they have it all. And if all that dollar-bill tossing and canoodling has got you working up an appetite, there’s a chef on hand to prepare everything from pasta to steak, not to mention the breakfast buffet that kicks off at 2 a.m. Legs and eggs, indeed. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Club Flow

    Club Flow

    10945 Composite Drive Dallas, TX 75220
    214-366-3569 Club Flow lies off the Interstate 35 east service road at Walnut Hill Lane, accessible from Composite Drive, where it sits between a strip club and a bowling alley. The 18-and-up hip-hop club is usually open every night, and inside you'll find two show rooms and up to six bars open, depending on the night and the crowd size. You'll also find a number of smaller rooms where you can get a little break from the throbbing bass. A photo booth is available for those who want to bring home memories. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Club Onyx

    Club Onyx

    10557 Wire Way (at Northwest Highway) Dallas, TX 75220
    214-545-5600 Club Onyx is one of the largest topless clubs in Dallas. The entrance is a narrow, blue-lit tunnel that would seem more futuristic if it weren't for the standard-issue metal detector. (The dancers won't be the ones patting you down if you set it off, so leave the heavy stuff at home.) Onyx is topless only, which means it has a full bar, and you're just as likely to see women partying there as fellas. The music is mostly hip-hop and club tracks, the nine stages inside are usually full, and be on the lookout for frequent drink specials. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Club Schmitz

    Club Schmitz

    9661 Denton Drive Dallas, TX 75220
    214-350-3607 It takes a little courage to enter Club Schmitz the first time. The seedy-looking dive in Northwest Dallas has been there since 1946, and not much about the place has changed since. But that's what makes Club Schmitz so great. It's an oasis of the past, with its wood-paneled walls and classic Budweiser displays. Describing the bar as vintage would suggest that its look is contrived. But its old, wooden bar stools and billiard table were once purchased new. The prices haven't changed much, either. On a recent visit, the soft-spoken woman working the bar pulled a Coors (Schmitz only serves beer and wine) from the tap into a plastic beer mug. It set us back $1.75. The mustard-heavy, charred burger that came with it didn't cost much more. Just as the fading "Club Schmitz--Beer, Good Food" sign outside suggests, the inside is a time capsule full of yellowed beer promos, mismatched ceiling tiles, well-worn pool cues and a classic shuffleboard table. Aside from a big-screen TV, a few framed magazine articles, a picture of Dubya and the Golden Tee and Silver Strike video games, there is not much here to indicate that it's no longer the '50s. Even the food prices--$2.75 for a grilled cheese, $2 onion rings, $4 to $5 for burgers--hark back to a different era. The place offers ice and mixers if you want to bring in your own liquor, as it only sells beer. The place would be an ideal first-date destination. You know you've got a low-maintenance keeper if she or he can enjoy a night of cold beer, greasy food and bar games in a somewhat seedy area near Webb Chapel and Harry Hines. And if the two of you end up starting a family, there's even a high chair waiting for you at Schmitz. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Clubhouse


    2250 Manana Drive Dallas, TX 75220-7100
    972-869-9506 The Clubhouse, a strip club with plenty of strip-club neighbors, has chosen golf for its theme. Because the place is dark and has a predilection for motorcycles and heavy metal, it's hard to see how that theme is executed. Along with the main stage, the bar in the middle is fronted with a stage that accommodates nine dancers during the club's peak hours. The second floor holds another bar for VIP service. The dancers are all nude, so the bar is BYOB, and every Sunday the Clubhouse hosts an after-hours party from 4 a.m. until 8 a.m. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Cockpit

    The Cockpit

    9454 Marsh Lane Dallas, TX 75220

    The Cockpit glows neon yellow from a lonely strip mall off Marsh Lane, drawing a middle-aged crowd with wood paneling and a bartender's promise to know everyone's name. The beer is cold, the liquor "bring your own" and the wine list offers a choice of red, white and pink. Preserving the bar's roots--pilots originally owned the bar when it opened in 1986--airplane models hang from the ceiling, reflecting from glass-framed pictures of planes covering the walls. On Sunday, the bartenders cook whatever they feel like and it's free to boot. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Colette Dallas

    10821 Composite Drive Dallas, TX 75220

  • Cowboys Red River

    Cowboys Red River

    10310 Technology Blvd. W. Dallas, TX 75220
    214-352-1796 Mostly a Western warehouse that brings in young country studs (such as Chris Cagle) and offers dance classes to teach you how to move to 'em. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Dallas Gentlemen

    Dallas Gentlemen's Club

    2117 W. NW Highway Dallas, TX 75220

    The first and only all hip-hop adult club in town boasts that its friendly staff makes the place happen, along with its four stages, two bars and free lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Eighties-style neon and white table cloths on small round tables surround one main stage, and three smaller stages dot the tiny space. It's simple and straight up, with burgers, pork chops and fajitas off the grill. High-backed booths along the back wall can be rented for the night for bottle service and table dances, and if you're lucky, it's not unheard of for famous rap and hip-hop giants to frequent the place from time to time. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Eden Afterhours

    11327 Reeder Road Dallas, TX 75229

  • Eden Afterhours

    11327 Reeder Road Dallas, TX 75229

  • Escapade 2001

    Escapade 2001

    10701 Finell St. Dallas, TX 75220
    214-902-6400 The manager of Escapade 2001 claims the club's dance floor is "one of the largest in the metroplex"-- beaten only by a dance floor in an old gutted Walmart. The dance floor, located in the middle of the club, is surrounded by at least a half a dozen bars on various elevated levels. The club's DJs play a variety of traditional music originating predominantly from the states in North Mexico. Expect to see more cowboy hats and boots and hear more songs with accordions than at the other dance clubs in the Escapade complex. The club gets very busy on Friday and Saturday nights, but there is a huge parking lot with plenty of spaces available for all the clubs in the complex. Clubgoers only have to pay one cover charge to get into all clubs in the complex, which are all within walking distance of each other. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Escapade 2009

    Escapade 2009

    10707 Finnell St. Dallas, TX 75220
    214-902-6400 Promoted as the "Ultimate Latin Experience," Escapade 2009 is one of the largest -- if not the largest -- Latin club in Dallas that's not housed in a renovated big-box store. And that's even if you aren't counting the handful of other clubs also in the Escapade complex, which is so large that it's impossible to miss from Interstate 35 East. Flocking to the red glow of the club's massive "2009" sign every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night are waves of cars, trucks and SUVs flooding the massive parking lot of the 18-and-up club. The DJs on the Main Floor downstairs play a mix of hip hop, Latin pop and rock, while dancers upstairs glide around the many different dance floors of Club Arriba's sound-proofed rooms doing the merengue, salsa and bachata -- along with various other styles. At seemingly every turn there's another bar -- upstairs and down. And, upstairs, there's a pool room that's open to the Main Floor -- music and all. It's a great perch for people watching. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Family Karaoke

    Family Karaoke

    11433 Goodnight Lane Dallas, TX 75229
    469-522-0365 Some people don't like karaoke, or would prefer to sit there and just watch the fun. That's cool. But just trust that at Family Karaoke--where parties of up to 25 can reserve private sound-proofed rooms with wait-service who bring pitchers of beer, carafes of neon goodness and ample Jell-O shots, as well as tasty pub grub and Korean nosh--the power of the mic will compel you to at least pick up a tambourine (supplied), if not join in a sing-along. Plus, the monitors play magical scenes of Korean music videos and soap opera equivalents that will knock you free of all reality even if the the soju hasn't already. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Fare Room

    10723 Composite Drive Dallas, TX 75220

  • Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill

    10261 Technology Boulevard E. Dallas, TX 75220

  • Humperdinks NW Hwy

    Humperdinks NW Hwy

    2208 W. NW Highway Dallas, TX 75220
    214-358-4159 If you find generic bro-bars slightly depressing, Humperdink's may not be for you. Sports bars can be hit-or-miss, but chain sports bars inevitably seem to have a manufactured enthusiasm, as if they're all designed from a blueprint with blank areas that say "Install local sports team banner here." Of course, none of that matters after a few beers. And that's what sets Humperdink's apart--not only is it an all-purpose bar offering food, karaoke and big-screen televisions, but each location also boasts its own brewery, plus a small but well thought-out selection of other craft beers. In fact, the beer is good enough that you may want to get one of the 100-oz. "Beer Towers," a man-sized glass tube with a spigot at the bottom that requires a minimum of three people to order. The beer and the friends may be needed if you're going to brave the karaoke stage. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Iniquity


    10821 Composite Drive Dallas, TX 75220
    972-323-1100 Private club. Membership required. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Jaguars Gold Club

    Jaguars Gold Club

    2151 Manana Dallas, TX 75220
    972-869-4653 Among the truck depots and warehouses along Manana Drive, you'll find the Jaguars club. The usual valet service is around back, and inside you'll find a large theater-style club hall with a main stage hugging the wall opposite the entrance and the bar, with five small stages dispersed throughout the seating area. Jaguar's leans toward the higher end of the spectrum as far as all-nude clubs go. Sure, it's BYOB, but there's a bathroom attendant and even a few flowers in the rooms. The roster of almost 150 dancers ensures enough variety for the regulars. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Jerami's Bar & Grill

    3701 W. Northwest Highway Dallas, TX 75220

  • La Bare

    La Bare

    2102 W. Northwest Highway Dallas, TX 75220
    972-333-3332 Bachelorette parties, birthdays and girls' nights out have made La Bare a hunky, muscle-bound success since 1978. On the main stage, faux policemen, Marines, firemen and cowboys dance beneath strobe lights for an enthusiastic crowd whose screams nearly drown out the pounding club music. Smaller round stages feature a rotating crew of entertainers and can be reserved for parties. (Chairs and a ledge around the smaller stages allow their use as tables.) An upbeat, energetic vibe, drink specials during the week and a candle-lit VIP room draw a crowd most nights. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Lipstick Gentlemen

    Lipstick Gentlemen's Club

    10859 Harry Hines Blvd. Dallas, TX 75220

    Keep an eye on the DJ booth, because the blue flashing light means all shots are $2 off. Since 1989, Lipstick has featured a small main stage and three side stages lined with mirrored walls, tiny round tables and a raised VIP area in back with a view of the main space. It's short on frills but big on specials, with $2.50 wells and $3.50 longnecks every day until 9 p.m. and free buffet with $1 drinks the first and third Tuesday each month. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

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