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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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  • Lee Harvey

    Lee Harvey's

    1807 Gould St. Dallas, TX 75215
    214-428-1555

    http://www.leeharveys.com In December 2010, the chef and owners here put a non-bar-food item on the venerable and much-loved Dallas institution's menu: a 10-ounce steak with fries, a far cry from Monday night's dollar fish and steak tacos. Other items officially added about that time were the shrimp basket and a tortilla soup. On Friday nights, the fireside picnic tables are packed sardine-can tight with more than just in-the-know hipsters. Above all, though, folks come to Lee Harvey's for the cheap drinks and lack of pretense. Lee Harvey's is a popular bar with a neighborhood feel -- the wood-paneled walls and neon beer signs help -- and prices to match. Next time you go, ask Bacon, the bar's cat, how the cookbook is coming along. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Loft

    The Loft

    1135 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75215-1036
    214-421-2021

    http://www.theloftdallas.com "Located just south of downtown and above Gilley's Saloon at the Palladium, The Loft's 3,000-square-foot balcony and patio lounge is one of several venues housed in the Gilley's Dallas Complex." But it's The Loft that's gained a reputation for offering its patrons one of the area's best nighttime views of the Dallas skyline. Then there's the fact that The Loft's stage is known for featuring a wide variety of touring indie/trendy acts of the up-and-comer variety. The Loft also boasts a stage, dance floor, full bar, comfy couches and tables and chairs. Even if the parking lot fills up on a very busy night, there's usually parking to be found in the area. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Los Compadres Billiard

    2005 S. Beckley Ave. Dallas, TX 75224-2209
    214-941-7232

  • Los Sapitos

    2260 W. Illinois Ave. Dallas, TX 75224-1636
    214-333-8404

  • Manhattan Club

    2715 Meadow St. Dallas, TX 75215-1763
    214-421-3213

  • Minnie's Place

    4721 S. Malcolm X Blvd. Dallas, TX 75215
    214-426-6052

  • New O

    New O'Malley's Club

    2720 S. Zang Blvd. Dallas, TX 75224
    214-943-0164

    New O'Malley's--featured as one of "Dallas's Most Authentic Dive Bars"--is a singlewide-sized bar on a sliver of land wedged between Zang Boulevard and Interstate 35 in the heart of Oak Cliff. And whatever change prompted the addition of the word "New" to the club name on the painted brick column that has served as the dive's sign since the '60s, it has long been forgotten. Nothing about the place--not the evil-looking leprechaun mascot by the door, not the faded orange siding on the exterior of the club, not the "Free Drinks Tomorrow" sign hanging above the liquor bottles, not the gray-haired barmaid--looks new. O'Malley's hits every dive-bar stereotype as if it runs through a checklist every morning before opening. Eight-liner video slots? Check. Lingering cigarette stench? Check. Undersized, cramped bathrooms? Check. Leather-faced old-timers who look as if they've been perched on the same spot at the bar since the Nixon administration? Check and check. The club welcomes the Irish--and anyone else. Despite the name and the leprechaun, this is no pub. It doesn't even serve Guinness. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Nova

    Nova

    1417 W. Davis St. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-484-7123

    http://www.novadallas.com This gastropub in the former Kavala space was opened by a conglomerate of local hospitality hotshots, among them chef Kelly Hightower, whose collective restaurant and nightlife pedigree includes Bolla, the Green Room and Hibiscus. From the kitchen come brick-oven fired pizzas (three-mushroom with white truffle oil) and globally inspired entrees (marinated New York strip Vietnamese style with baby bok choy, chili peanuts, cucumber, mint and roasted tomato-ginger sauce). The spotlight shines upon the globally inspired small-plate options. Among the seven available are chicken Parmesan sliders with garlic asiago fries and spicy lamb kofta with minted yogurt dip, each $10 or less. Beyond that, the changing nightly specials are also worth consideration. So too, is the wide-ranging beer and cocktail menu, which offers a well selected rotation of brews. Who knows when they will make it back to the tapas-heavy menu? Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Oak Cliff Social Club

    The Oak Cliff Social Club

    238 W. Davis St. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-941-0298

    Oak Cliff Social Club, located on the eastern edge of Oak Cliff's Bishop Arts District, offers a no-frills drinking environment for folks looking to hang around the neighborhood when the shops and restaurants close down for the night. With six beers on tap, the most exotic being Brooklyn Lager, the bar isn't for the beer snob but rather those looking for a subdued hangout. The raw wooden slats that line the walls – all finished with slightly different shades of brown – give the place a warm feeling, while the vaulted ceiling opens up the long barroom. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Ole Rhythm

    4316 S. Malcolm X Blvd. Dallas, TX 75215
    214-421-7509

  • Pastime Lounge

    1643 Pine St Dallas, TX 75215-4065
    214-428-5152

  • Poor David

    Poor David's Pub

    1313 S. Lamar Blvd. Dallas, TX 75215
    214-565-1295

    http://www.poordavidspub.com Feel free to strike the "Poor- from this bar's title, as the Lamar location has finally overcome construction hurdles and stepped out as a respectable-looking joint. From a huge bar to a spacious sitting area and a damn-fine lineup of country, folk and acoustic acts, things are looking up at David's. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Six Ball Club

    3610 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75215-3615
    214-565-1839

  • Smoke

    Smoke

    901 Fort Worth Ave. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-393-4141

    http://www.smokerestaurant.com As the name implies, there is plenty of barbecue-from brisket to ribs to real Carolina-style pulled pork. But Smoke is more than a barbecue pit. Chef Tim Byres, formerly of Stephan Pyles, takes the name very literally. He cooks almost everything the restaurant offers over burning hardwood in the traditional way of the pre-electric South. Fresh fish and scallops carry a smoky tinge, as does house-cured meat and grilled vegetables. Breakfast is one of the city's best. But dinner ranks up there, too-as long as you don't mind smelling like smoke on your way home. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • SODA Bar

    SODA Bar

    1325 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75215

  • South Side Music Hall

    South Side Music Hall

    1135 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75215
    214-421-2021

    http://www.ssmusichall.com The Gilley's Dallas Complex, home to The South Side Music Hall, is located just a few blocks south of downtown near the Convention Center. Opened in 2003 a few years after a fire gutted the original Gilley's in Pasadena, Texas, Gilley's Dallas has "El Toro," the original mechanical bull made famous in Urban Cowboy, much of which was filmed in the original honky-tonk. The Gilley's Dallas Complex, featuring The Palladium Ballroom, The South Side Music Hall, and The Loft, as well as a number of other "event spaces," is more a venue of many venues than the original honky-tonk. As a result, there's a show (or several shows) happening nearly every night of the week. Gilley's also hosts private parties, events, receptions and convention groups. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Spot Light Club

    1645 S. Blvd. Dallas, TX 75215-3160
    214-426-2444

  • Tapatio Studios

    Tapatio Studios

    1836 S. Cesar Chavez Blvd. Dallas, TX 75215

    Situated in the industrial part of Oak Cliff, adjacent to the Pilgrim’s Pride factory, is an old converted taquería and convenience store. Although the shabby building is in need of some serious TLC, the music venue is a haven for young show-goers looking to see the latest punk, metal and noise-rock groups Dallas has to offer. With concrete floors and walls, a small bar and just one couch, the venue is a far cry from cozy, although its well-constructed stage, lighting and sound are what really matter most to Tapatio’s regulars. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Ten Bells Tavern

    Ten Bells Tavern

    232 W. 7th St. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-943-2677

    http://www.tenbellstavern.com 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. You can get Buffalo wings anywhere, and they will likely come with processed blue cheese and pale celery. Here the dip is played up with chunks of delicious moldy cheese and the strands of celery are crisp and edible. If fish and chips are your thing, don’t skip them here. The kitchen subs flounder for traditional cod, but the resulting dish is delicious. Not all that hungry? Grab a pickled egg. The selection changes with the seasons, but if the curry version is available it’s a must-order. The English were definitely on to something, and Ten Bells Tavern carries that torch. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Texas Theatre

    Texas Theatre

    231 W. Jefferson Blvd. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-948-1546

    http://www.thetexastheatre.com This historic theater -- best known as the place where Lee Harvey Oswald was apprehended after assassinating JFK -- was revived in a major way in 2010 and is now known as the place to catch obscure indie and horror flicks, silent movies and 35-mm versions of newer flicks. The authentically retro lobby bar offers a full menu of drinks and an old vinyl soundtrack and plays host to various events from art shows to burlesque. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Tillman

    Tillman's Roadhouse

    324 W. 7th St. Dallas, TX 75208-4639
    214-942-0988

    http://www.tillmansroadhouse.com The restaurant may still have New American leanings, as opening dishes like crab cakes with orange-chipotle sauce suggested. But it has since drifted west, with chef Dan Landsberg crafting upscale country cuisine-meaning venison frito pie, port-glazed quail, salmon with Texas honey and the ever popular chicken-fried hanger steak. Of course, you can also settle in the lounge for a drink and some of their popcorn with truffled butter. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Trinity River Sports Cafe

    Trinity River Sports Cafe

    5214 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75215
    214-347-8945

    http://www.trscdallas.com With two floors of reception-style table seating, a stage and dance floor, this dine-and-dance club off South Lamar offers music, sports and food daily from noon to 2 a.m. As for sports, 10 plasma screens and a projector broadcast professional and college games. As a nightclub, Trinity River features a full bar, DJs on weekends and caters special events any time with a party reservation. The menu includes platters for 10 to 15 and a regular selection including American choices like chicken tenders and pork chops and an international menu Wednesday through Friday. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Whitehall Exchange

    Whitehall Exchange

    500 N. Bishop Ave. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-946-3900

    https://www.facebook.com/whitehallexchange There's a certain art-forward, laid-back feel to the restaurants and bars popping up in Oak Cliff's Bishop Arts District. Whitehall Exchange, a relaxed wine bar on the corner of Bishop and Seventh, follows the shared attitude. It feels nothing like a stereotypical wine bar. It feels almost like an old neighborhood haunt with its pressed tin roof and faded dark blue walls with chipped paint. It's friendly too. Even on a busy night the bartender is willing to entertain an endless amount of wine tasting requests before patrons commit to purchasing a glass or bottle, which can be accompanied by a number of flatbreads. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

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