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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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  • Allen Wickers Pub

    2301 N Central Expy Plano, TX 75075

  • The Allen Wickers

    The Allen Wickers

    2301 N. Central Expressway Plano, TX 75075-2535
    972-424-2300 The noble sport of soccer -- or "football" for those who actually watch it -- is notoriously ignored by most of the U.S. Not at The Allen Wickers Public House, though. Pub and soccer décor cover the walls. This Plano pub hosts soccer events of every kind, and is the official watch house for the FC Dallas Inferno team. Along with sports, the bar serves traditional pub grub -- that is, if it were run through a Southern comfort grinder. Waitstaff is particularly proud of its meatloaf/mashed potato sandwich. Just don't root against the Inferno. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Austin Avenue Grill and Sports Bar

    Austin Avenue Grill and Sports Bar

    935 W. Parker Road Plano, TX 75023
    972-907-8003 A handful of former Steak & Ale higher-ups opened Austin Avenue Grill & Sports Bar in the mid '90s with the idea of creating a sports bar that, as they say, "Doesn't take a whatever you can fry approach in the kitchen." Sure, Austin Avenue still has 50 cent wing nights and the like, but the menu also features popular items like blackened chicken pasta. As if it were three establishments under one roof, there's a large, sports-themed family-friendly (no neon beer signs) dining area with an arcade; a traditional bar area with plenty of seating; and, in the back, a separate 21-and-up section, which offers adult patrons nearly a dozen pool tables, a half-dozen dartboards and a few more arcade games. With 32 TVs, nine big-screen HDTVs and three 10-foot HD projection screens, it seems nearly impossible to miss a second of a big game at Austin Avenue. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Bavarian Grill

    The Bavarian Grill

    221 W. Parker Road Plano, TX 75023
    972-881-0705 Pick a schnitzel, any schnitzel. Plano's strip mall gem, Bavarian Grill, which has offered fine German/Bavarian fare since 1993, is still totally worth the drive north. Their lightly pan-fried Rahm schnitzel with a light cream sauce is divine indulgence. And oh the Spätzle. The fresh pasta is a perfect counter to red cabbage and an excellent target for extra gravy. Bavarian Grill also offers a vegetarian menu (and it isn't sparse) as well as nightly musical entertainment. Stein Hour, afternoons from 4 to 7, might be the best time to go, as you can munch on delicious appetizers like the crispy frikadelle meatloaf with sauteed onions and mustard or the hearty, meaty goulash for just 95 cents apiece. Be sure to have your server sign your Stein Club card, which entitles you to various rewards after you cycle through all the beer offerings. If you can't visit Germany, you can, at least, eat there…via Plano. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Blue Goose Cantina

    4757 W. Park Blvd. Plano, TX 75093
    972-596-8882 Fajitas, tamales, enchiladas -- the trifecta of Tex-Mex cookery -- are the specialties at Blue Goose, matched only by the much-lauded (and guzzled) margaritas. From the original Greenville Avenue location to the locations scattered around the Dallas area, the Tex-Mex restaurant's slogan holds true everywhere. It's "Where Every Day is a Fiesta," with its all-the-colors-of-the-rainbow paint scheme and neon lighting. The signature Goose Eggs app is a plate of jalapeños stuffed with chicken and cheese with the house Durango sauce on the side. Along with the aforementioned Tex-Mex standards are signature items like the Chimichanga a la Blue Goose, Pollo a la Chipotle and twin chiles rellenos. A table with all that food on it is definitely for a party. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Blue Martini Lounge

    7301 Lone Star Drive Plano, TX 75024
    972-727-2583 Blue Martini is open 7 days a week and is always ready to tailor a special event to fulfill corporate or individual requirements. Our stunning décor and 3 distinctly diverse guest experiences maintains a high level of energy that is unsurpassed. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Cru Wine Bar

    Cru Wine Bar

    7201 Bishop Road Plano, TX 75024
    972-312-9463 Floor-to-ceiling wine racks set into the walls combined with purples and autumnal tones darken this swanky wine aficionados' destination. The low lighting adds a sense of chic and romance to Patrick Colombo's (of Sfuzzi and Ferré fame) West Village wine bar, open since 2002. Crú and its staff stock more than 300 bottles of wine, 50 high-end wines available by the glass, pairings with pizzas, cheese fondue and small plates as well as 14 daily wine flights. The latter include vertical tastings (samples of several vintages of the same varietals), which allow the patron to get an idea of how the changing seasons and weather patterns affect any given year's harvest. A dinner entrée menu is also offered. Among the executive chef Paul Singhapong's specialties are pan-seared diver sea scallops with spinach risotto and sun-dried tomato vinaigrette and beef tenderloin with mashed potatoes and wild mushroom sauce. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • El Rancho Los Laureles

    El Rancho Los Laureles

    3200 E. 14th St. Plano, TX 75074

    Laureles is Spanish for, you guessed it, the mythical laurel with which they once crowned athletes and poets. You may not find an athlete or poet at El Rancho Los Laureles, but you'll definitely find the standard Tex-Mex you've come to expect. Located in East Plano, the bar/restaurant mostly caters to the Mexican community drawn from the surrounding neighborhood. On weekend nights, the restaurant transforms into a dance club, with DJs and karaoke on Saturdays. There's a party room off to the side of the main dining room available to rent. But if you want to work on your Spanish, you'd better be loud. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • End Zone Sports Bar and Grill

    End Zone Sports Bar and Grill

    3033 W. Parker Road Plano, TX 75023
    972-867-3400 It doesn't get more quintessentially sporty than this Plano-based sports bar and grill. From the fluorescent and neon beer lights to the posters, flags and memorabilia, End Zone offers a full menu, mostly consisting of finger foods. There is a different daily food special every day of the week, and there's a Monday through Saturday happy hour. So, whether you want to grab a drink, watch the game, play a game of pool, shoot some darts or hang out and have a smoke on the large front-porch patio, End Zone provides it all in a low-key, laid-back manner. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Fillmore Pub

    The Fillmore Pub

    1004 E. 15th St. Plano, TX 75074
    972-423-2400 This new Irish-style pub offers great cheese boards, sliders with fries and pommes frites with a dipping-sauce trio of interesting alternatives to plain old ketchup. Befitting of a Euro-style pub, the Fillmore is clean and beautifully decorated with polished wood and sports sturdy, scarred, wooden tables. Unlike most bars in Ireland, though, it's kept dark. And, as one would expect from former Old Monk employees, it offers a sprawling beer selection of imports and domestic craft brews. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Fireside Pies

    Fireside Pies

    5717 Legacy Drive Plano, TX 75024-3689
    972-398-2700 While it bills itself as a neighborhood joint, Fireside Pies is still a chain, albeit a local one, but one slinging out crusty, pecan-wood-fired oven pizzas like the fresh mozzarella (market-bought tomatoes, hand-torn basil and balsamic vinegar) and the Jimmy's spicy Italian sausage with scamorza and roasted red onions. The old-world-inspired method of crafting pizza pies is echoed by the rustic cedar and copper design elements. Enjoy the eats in a comfortable booth, on an all-weather patio or at the bar, where you can witness the pizza magic happen. Fireside negotiates a fine line between importing goods from Italy, like Parmagiano Reggiano and prosciutto, and using local ingredients, among them the mozzarella and scamorza purchased from the Dallas Mozzarella Company. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Fish Shack

    Fish Shack

    700 E. 15th St. Plano, TX 75074
    469-229-0838 Surely the fry cooks at the defunct Long John Silvers location that now houses Fish Shack never imagined fashioning whitefish ceviche or grilling rainbow trout, both can"t-miss specialties at this humble counter-service joint in Plano. What elevates the offerings is fish fresh enough to please even a one-legged pirate: Delivery trucks visit the restaurant no fewer than four times a week. But fans of battered seafood needn"t despair. Other menu stand-outs include delicate crab cakes, perfectly executed hush puppies and greaseless coconut shrimp, dabbed with sweet marmalade. And while fresh Gulf-style seafood may be the main attraction here, but the happy hours alone are almost worth the trip. Drafts are $2.50-and that includes craft brews from Hawaii's Kona Brewery, not just the usual Bud and Coors lights. Classic rock on the P.A. and a relaxed family-friendly atmosphere draws a diverse neighborhood crowd to this small, comfortable shack. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Five Elements Grill & Bar

    3937 N. Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75204

  • Fox Sports Grill

    Fox Sports Grill

    5741 Legacy Road Plano, TX 75024
    972-312-1369 This Shops At Willow Bend upscale grill is probably successful thanks to being the only sports bar in the overgrown Live-Work-Play-style strip mall. It's got all the trappings of your average sports bar--hot young waitresses, big screen TVs, an unthreatening beer selection, fried food--except with aspirations of trendiness as evidenced by the polished hardwood, chrome and pricey food. But for those who live, work or play in Plano, there are definitely worse places to catch a game. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Franchise Grill & Bar

    The Franchise Grill & Bar

    3000 Custer Road Plano, TX 75075
    972-599-7598 The Franchise Bar and Grill takes its name from any one of the sports teams competing for space on the bar's 27 televisions. Manager Earl Nadel says that the bar is "chef-driven," which isn't surprising seeing that he's the head chef. The Franchise is somewhere between a sports bar and a neighborhood bar, leaning towards the latter. But with a full kitchen open until 2 a.m., there's no need to stop for fast food on the way home. The Franchise Bar and Grill is also conveniently located next to Planet Pizza, which allows for any tired parent to sneak over for a much-needed drink. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant

    Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant

    7401 Lone Star Drive Plano, TX 75024
    469-467-0464 It's difficult to call a chain with operations as far flung as New York and Taiwan a microbrewery, but the regular and seasonal batches produced at each location are served only at that restaurant. You can't get much more micro than that. This branch -- one of two Dallas-area Gordon Biersches - is at The Shops at Legacy, and, like its sibling, hosts packed Brewer's Dinners with off-the-menu meals created by the executive chef. The restaurant is such a popular hangout for beer geeks and fans of signature dishes such as American Kobe sliders and garlic fries, jumbo lump crab cake and Southwest eggroll that the wait can be long even during lunch. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Holy Grail Pub

    Holy Grail Pub

    8240 Preston Road Plano, TX 75024
    972-377-6633 From the dim lighting, vast beer selection, warm wood accents and various not-neon beer signs, the Holy Grail Pub is the quintessential North Texas take on a European pub. Open since the fall of 2009, the pub quickly earned a reputation for offering a wide variety of beer from bottles to draughts -- some 170 rotating selections with a few rare beers that range from $5 to $25 a serving. A full menu offers everything from "small bites" to "burgers" to "big plates," and the weekend brunch menu offered Saturday through Sunday (from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m.) includes $4 mimosas and $5 mix-your-own "Custom Bloody Marys." Dartboards are in the back, and a few sets of European café style tables, chairs and umbrellas out front provide a perch for smokers. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Icehouse 121

    8408 Preston Rd Plano, TX 75024

  • Katy Trail Ice House Outpost

    Katy Trail Ice House Outpost

    4700 West Park Blvd. Plano, TX 75093

  • Kelly

    Kelly's East Side Pub and Grill

    1422 K Ave. Plano, TX 75074-6227
    972-424-9200 Located near the heart of downtown Plano, this bar and restaurant has a warm, local hangout feel to it. The "pub and grill" offers a full menu, and keeps regulars coming back for lunch and dinner specials every Monday through Friday, as well as a 4 to 7 p.m. happy hour with complimentary appetizers. Kelly's boasts a hefty selection of beers with nearly 30 on tap and 30 that can be ordered by the bottle. There are TVs aplenty, so if you're seated at the bar you won't miss a second of a game. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Krem


    3100 Independence Parkway Plano, TX 75075
    972-867-8700 While this club in Plano may be located in a strip shopping center, it doesn't skimp on bringing the suburbs the full ultra-lounge package. From Krem's valet parking to the modern mood lighting to the VIP section and massive fully stocked bar inside, the club definitely captures the feel of a downtown lounge. The club's interior flaunts white leather booth seating, dark walls, florescent blue under-lit tables and a marble-top bar. There's an elevated DJ booth that hosts the club's DJs Thursday through Sunday. Naturally, there's plenty of space to dance. Krem connects to its sister Sports bar, Twenty7, as both are owned by former Texas Ranger and Detroit Tiger Craig Monroe. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Loft

    The Loft

    8201 Preston Road Plano, TX 75024

  • Main Event

    Main Event

    3941 Central Expressway Plano, TX 75023
    972-881-8181 Founded in 1998, Main Event Entertainment is a Dallas-based company that today operates nine "family entertainment centers" scattered around Texas. The Plano location features 34 bowling lanes, more than a dozen pool tables, shuffleboard, laser tag and a massive arcade. While the kids are running around the arcade waving tickets between playing skee ball, air hockey or the latest version of Dance Dance Revolution, the chaperones can hang out at the full-service bar and café. Bartenders say pitchers of beer are popular with the bowlers and billiards folks, and the pizza and burgers are the most popular munchies. Also, this Main Event boasts some 2,000 square feet of banquette spaces that can be rented out for various events. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Main Event

    3491 N. Central Expressway Plano, TX 75023-6904

  • Martini Park

    7200 Bishop Rr. Plano, TX 75024
    214-473-6644 This Plano nightspot at the Shops at Legacy is almost worth the trip north and the increasing tollway fares. Posh and upscale sometimes push aside fun for the S and M crowd (standing and modeling), but somehow, despite its glamorous appearance, it pulls off a surprising amount of character with a nightly DJ and band (usually cover) performing literally behind and atop the bar and friendly attentive service. This is decidely a lounge with several tables and sitting areas with a small space for those with dancing shoes. Martini Park could easily be preconceived as playground for jerky douchebags but instead reminds us that there's fun to be had north of 121 as well. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

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