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    O'Riley's

    8989 Forest Lane Dallas, TX 75243
    972-235-2781

    http://www.orileys.com This brick-walled pool hall pumps music into the night from a lonely shopping strip, featuring local bands and solo performers all week long. Pool is free on service industry night, Mondays from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.; Wednesdays are open mic night and Thursdays bring a Beatles tribute band to the stage. For other entertainment, darts tournaments and sports on the big screen are always an option, along with weekly beer and shot specials. Sub sandwiches, hot dogs and pizzas are available from the kitchen, as is in-house catering for large parties. More >>

  • Oak Point Amphitheater

    2801 E. Spring Creek Parkway Plano, TX 75074-3300
    972-941-5600

    http://www.plano.gov/414/Amphitheater-at-Oak-Point-Park

  • Ohlook Theater

    316 Barton Grapevine, TX 76051
    817-919-6021

    http://www.myspace.com/ohlooktheatermusic

  • The Oil Palace

    10408 State Highway 64 E. Tyler, TX 75707

  • OK Corral

    4200 S. Freeway Fort Worth, TX 76115
    817-207-0045

  • The Old Crow

    The Old Crow

    1911 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206-7438
    214-828-2769

    Utterly unremarkable and unpretentious, The Old Crow is the perfect spot on Lower Greenville if you just want to have a few cheap beers, watch a game and maybe shoot a round of stick or throw some darts. From the plywood floor to the Pabst Blue Ribbon and Busch Light to the random assortment of yard-sale decorations, this dive is perfectly un-Dallas. More >>

  • The Old Monk

    The Old Monk

    2847 Henderson Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-821-1880

    http://www.oldmonkdallas.com Just on the basis of suds alone, this English-style pub chugs up high marks with brews from 10 countries including three varieties of Chimay, the heady Belgian beer brewed by Trappist Monks. But Old Monk has other charms, too, from its dark wood paneling fashioned from confessional booths to its bar tables rendered from old barrels. Plus, it has decent bar fodder, including Belgian-style steamed mussels, cheese boards, frites and a German sausage plate. Go for the head, but stay for the belly. Check out the new seasonal beer. More >>

  • Open Door Coffee House

    3321 W. Park Row Drive Arlington, TX 76013-3139
    817-429-2196

    http://www.opendoorcoffeehouse.org

  • Opening Bell Coffee

    Opening Bell Coffee

    1409 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75215
    214-565-0383

    http://www.openingbellcoffee.com Formerly Standard and Pours. What started as a yuppie coffee haunt in 2003 has turned into a pretty happening live music spot for acoustic bands and singer-songwriter types. Adding beer and wine didn't hurt. New are DJs on Wednesday nights. More >>

  • Orchestra Hall

    4401 Trail Lake Drive Fort Worth, TX 76109
    817-923-3121

    http://www.fwyo.org/ parking lot entrance on Granbury Road. More >>

  • Ozona Grill & Bar

    Ozona Grill & Bar

    4615 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206
    214-265-9105

    http://www.ozonagrill.com Ozona Bar and Grill is named after the tiny, unincorporated West Texas town of Ozona. A town that happens to be the one-and-only town in all of the vast expanse that is Crockett County, and whose motto happens to be "The Biggest Little Town in the World." So Ozona's a fitting name for a bar and grill with "The Biggest Little Award-winning Patio In Dallas." With trees, vegetation and fencing separating the multi-level patio from Greenville Avenue, it's no wonder that the place is a popular happy hours (and beyond) spot for such a great cross-section of Dallas. Naturally, the patio's typically hoppin' in the summer months. The menu offers everything from Tex Mex to steaks to burgers and chicken-fried steak. More >>

  • Ozzie Rabbit Lounge

    Ozzie Rabbit Lounge

    6463 E. Lancaster Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76112
    817-446-9010

    http://www.myspace.com/ozzierabbit Hopeful regulars chant the name of their favorite drinks as a wheel labeled with specials spins to a halt, selecting a new beer or shot special every half hour. With a corrugated metal ceiling and desert motif, complete with stuffed ram heads, The Rabbit exudes a young, cowboy rockabilly vibe mixed with a smattering of JFK. That's because Lee Harvey Oswald resides in a cemetery nearby, and the bar took its name from Oswald's call sign in the Army, "Ozzie Rabbit." The bar features a rolling happy hour and a great jukebox, a huge back patio and a smokes-and-snacks vending machine. Good for a cheap laugh, the bathrooms are labeled as cocks and beavers. More >>

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