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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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  • 303 Bar and Grill

    303 Bar and Grill

    303 W. Davis St. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-942-3030 North Oak Cliff’s restaurants and bars are among the best in town. But they all shut down so early. 303 Bar & Grill aims to be the exclusive late-night spot in the Bishop Arts District. “We’re trying to be the new spot in Oak Cliff that’s open late,” a bartender said during a recent visit. A look around the small space that makes up the bar room gives the feeling that a lot of the room’s design was inspired by an Anthropologie catalog. Whimsically stacked books and an interesting installation of firewood that curves up over the mantle of a fireplace are among the many conversation pieces floating around the room. Read more about 303 Bar and Grill >>

  • Absinthe Lounge

    Absinthe Lounge

    1409 S. Lamar Dallas, TX 75215
    214-941-9338 Just south of downtown Dallas, Absinthe Lounge is one of several watering hole options. But there's something delightfully sinister about Absinthe. For one, the drink of the same name only recently became legal in the United States, and Absinthe Lounge takes great pride in the way it serves it. There's a whole ritual involved: the pour, melting the sugar, and adding the water from a specialized dispensary that looks, much like the rest of the bar, like it came from 19th century France. The lighting is low and smoky, which may or may not come from the cigars sold behind the bar. Read more about Absinthe Lounge >>

  • Al's Place

    4720 Myrtle St. Dallas, TX 75215-4645

  • Bar At Bishop

    Bar At Bishop

    312 W. 7th St. Dallas, TX 75208

    Believe it or not, Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District has a dive bar. The neighborhood is filled with quirky shops and upscale eateries, but then you find Bar at Bishop, a dark hole-in-the-wall spot located just next door to Oddfellows. The walls are black except for where the occasional neon laser lands, and the tile floor is wide open, presumably for dancing. The bar’s biggest benefit? You can hang out in the Bishop Arts District without paying Bishop Arts prices. Still, you get what you pay for. You’re better off ordering a rum and Coke rather than a highfalutin cocktail; for one of those, you're better off at one of the neighboring bistros. Read more about Bar At Bishop >>

  • Bar Belmont

    Bar Belmont

    901 Fort Worth Ave. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-393-2300 Sitting atop a large hill in Oak Cliff, The Belmont Hotel and its conjoined bar are more than 80 years old, boutique in design and have an adorable vintage flair. The Belmont Bar is a place to enjoy upscale cocktails or martinis in a homey setting. Brick floors, warm sofas and a fireplace take residence in the bar's seating area, which is attached to the front desk of the historical hotel. But there's something else you may have heard about the bar: it's supposedly haunted. Bartenders at the Belmont Bar will tell you one story after another of their ghostly run-ins, if you just ask them. They say wine and cocktail glasses have shattered on their own, objects are moved around, "people" have swung open the bar's locked squeaky front door and much more. The Belmont Bar is perhaps a place to go if you're feeling lonely and want some company. Read more about Bar Belmont >>

  • Barbara

    Barbara's Pavillion

    325 Centre St. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-941-2145 Good luck finding this "retro-mod-tiki-loungy" dive, but once you do, you'll be sure to return. It's primarily a gay and lesbian bar, but men and women of all persuasions are welcome at this homey, comfy, kitschy spot, which offers karaoke and generous pours. The drinks aren't as cheap as you'd expect from such a down-to-earth bar, but the company more than makes up for it. Read more about Barbara's Pavillion >>

  • BarBelmont


    901 Fort Worth Ave. Dallas, TX 75208-1710

  • The Belmont Hotel

    The Belmont Hotel

    901 Fort Worth Ave. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-393-2300 The Belmont Hotel is Dallas' very own boutique hotel. It's a diamond in the rough, really, in the virtual no-man's-land of West Dallas. But what many people are starting to find out, including Esquire Magazine, is that it houses one of the best bars in the city. Meandering around the hotel grounds is encouraged. Pathways connect various peaceful gardens to the patio, where the eclectic-but-trendy crowds gather for well-shaken cocktails, the occasional live music performance, and a spectacular view of the city. Read more about The Belmont Hotel >>

  • Bolsa


    614 W. Davis St. Dallas, TX 75208-4744
    214-367-9367 Just the concept of local ingredients trucked in from the farm every day, the reliance on organic meats and vegetables, and the ever-changing menu would be enough to attract enough of a following to sustain this small Oak Cliff station. But the kitchen is pretty damn good too-even without a deep fryer or walk-in freezer as back-up. The flavors are intensely fresh and the dishes creative without being overwrought. And if that's not enough, the owners designed Bolsa with great sensitivity to the building's historic look and feel. OK, so it's an old auto shop-it still feels like part of a 1940s neighborhood. Open, airy, with a cool "beer garden"-style patio. Really, one of the best new restaurants. Read more about Bolsa >>

  • Brooklyn Jazz Cafe

    Brooklyn Jazz Cafe

    1701 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75334
    214-428-0025 In the Southside on Lamar neighborhood hides a hot and cool club, named after New York City's hip borough. This musical haunt was awarded Best Jazz Club honors in our 2010 edition of Best of Dallas and the 2009 best brunch. Brooklyn Jazz Café is housed in a plain redbrick corner building that during the day is flooded with light through French doors. Aside from house specialties, like spicy Caribbean shrimp and oxtails, customers can enjoy swinging tunes while playing pool or sipping house cocktails in the inner bar that's lined with corrugated metal. Sundays feature the talents of Nadia Washington as well as bottomless Bloody Marys, mimosas, poinsettias and belinis. Read more about Brooklyn Jazz Cafe >>

  • Buck and Ruck Cut Rate Liquors

    1322 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. Dallas, TX 75215-3275

  • Buena Vista Restaurant & Bar

    1804 Fort Worth Ave. Dallas, TX 75208

  • Buena Vista Restaurant & Club

    Buena Vista Restaurant & Club

    1804 Fort Worth Ave. Dallas, TX 75208-1321
    214-742-6911 Buena Vista Restaurant & Club is located off Fort Worth Avenue in Dallas. the menu offers a variety of seafood and Tex-mex options. Read more about Buena Vista Restaurant & Club >>

  • Chan Thai Restaurant

    Chan Thai Restaurant

    312 W. 7th St. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-948-9956 Since 2004, this North Oak Cliff Thai food establishment has provided guests a relaxed dining experience with a nightclub ambience. It"s sleek and hip befitting this Bishop Arts District gay-friendly spot. Happy hour (4-7 p.m.) attracts freeloaders. It"s then when guests are offered free appetizers along with bottom-barrel drink specials. The menu reads like an All-Star roster of the Southeast Asian country"s culinary offerings. There is panang curry and pad Thai. There are summer rolls filled with shrimp and crab and pineapple fried rice. There are also the chef"s specials chicken or beef citrus, fried meat swimming in an orange sauce speckled with orange zest. Of course, the kitchen has some more exotic specialties, all of which use seafood to spice up your meal. Read more about Chan Thai Restaurant >>

  • Corner Lounge

    5328 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75215-4923

  • El Pony's Night Club

    1607 Emery St. Dallas, TX 75215-4514

  • Emerald City Grill

    Emerald City Grill

    2532 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Dallas, TX 75215
    214-421-4648 At Emerald City Grill, a southside bar with true Cheers-style pub appeal, you're just as likely to be greeted by owner K.K. Smith at the door as to bump into him while he's dancing on the dance floor. Some of the regulars at this joint southwest of Fair Park have been drinking in this spot for more than 30 years, but the bar's been known as Emerald City since 2004. Smith's kept it the kind of place where regulars keep coming back for the DJ nights, live shows, dance lessons and drink specials -- even on weekends. Emerald City has a traditional wooden dance floor surrounded by loads of seating. The bar's open from 6 p.m. until 2 a.m. Tuesday through Sunday, and the menu includes typical bar fare including sandwiches and po' boys. Read more about Emerald City Grill >>

  • Ghetto Club

    1645 Starks Ave Dallas, TX 75215-4926

  • Gilley

    Gilley's Dallas

    1135 S. Lamar Dallas, TX 75215
    214-421-2021 There's been a lot of confusion surrounding Gilley's ever since South Side Music Hall opened. The entire building is known as Gilley's Complex, but the big question is: Which of the complex's four venues is actually known as Gilley's? Here's the lowdown: Gilley's is South Side Music Hall. It's called Gilley's when Country and Western shows like, say, The Big D Opry take place. For the rock and roll shows it's called South Side Music Hall. Despite the alternating name, the cavernous venue's look remains the same. But thanks to the warm-lodge look of the interior's stone walls, it feels more natural as a country music venue. It doesn't hurt that the wood floor offers plenty of room for line dancing. Read more about Gilley's Dallas >>

  • Grill 4 Hundred

    400 W. Davis St. Dallas, TX 75208-4611

  • Hardeman's Bar-B-Q

    2320 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. Dallas, TX 75215

  • Henry's Place

    2541 Metropolitan Ave Dallas, TX 75215-3568

  • Jack Daniel

    Jack Daniel's Saloon

    1135 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75215
    214-421-2021 The newest edition to the Gilley's Complex is The Gilley's Jack Daniel's Saloon, part bar and grill, part music venue. Thanks to the small stage that sits in the corner of the saloon, now there's nowhere in the Gilley's Complex that is free of live music, unless you count the bathroom. The saloon serves up basic pub grub and a slightly exotic list of beers, which includes Harpoon IPA. But the most popular drinks on the menu are made with Jack Daniel's, of course. Read more about Jack Daniel's Saloon >>

  • The Kessler Theater

    The Kessler Theater

    1230 W. Davis St. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-272-8346 Known simply as "The Kessler" to insiders who frequent the recently remodeled theater, this Oak Cliff establishment has remained a fixture on the corner of Davis Street and Clinton Avenue since 1942. Over the years, it's been a movie theater and a revival tabernacle, but sat dormant from 1978 until 2009. With Oak Cliff's recent cultural resurgence, The Kessler has been renovated and reopened. Now, it functions as a dance studio, concert venue, an art gallery with a frequently changing gallery space and a bar that offers a much wider variety of drinks than your typical music venue. Locally brewed beers and well-priced spirits stream from the art deco designed bar, which has a 1930s New York feel--but according to the owner, The Kessler's vibe is "exclusively Oak Cliff." Read more about The Kessler Theater >>

  • Le Bar

    2317 W. Jefferson Blvd. Dallas, TX 75208-5564

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