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  • W.W. Fairfield

    W.W. Fairfield's

    147 N. Plano Road Richardson, TX 75081-3827
    972-231-3844

    http://www.wwfairfields.com A North Texas tradition since 1978, W.W. Fairfield's boasts some dedicated employees who've been punching a time clock at the honky-tonk for more than 25 years. One of its bars in the back even has "reserved" spots for equally long-time regulars. W.W. Fairfield's is sandwiched between Yum Yum Greek Restaurant and Pho Bac Vietnamese Restaurant in a Richardson strip shopping area, but the strip offers plenty of parking even on busy Friday and Saturday nights. The country and Western bar features a large wooden dance floor and live music on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, with dance lessons available Monday through Thursday. It offers a bar menu of sandwiches, burgers and appetizers like cheese sticks, cheese fries and stuffed jalapeños, and there are dartboards, pool tables and big screen TVs. More >>

  • Walton Street Studios

    215 N. Walton St. Dallas, TX 75226

  • West End

    Market St. and Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75202
    214-855-1515

    http://www.dallaswestend.org

  • The Where House

    The Where House

    2510 Hemphill St. Fort Worth, TX 76110
    817-913-7777

    Located on the northern tip of South Fort Worth, Where House is the most well-disguised music venue and arts space in town. From the outside, it appears as a boxy, lifeless building, but one step inside and The Where House lives up to its name. This gigantic and literal warehouse is a labyrinth of indoor and outdoor space both gritty and modern. Inside, bands take the stage while art installations or photography stations take place simultaneously. Outside, ivy weaves in and out of the bricks as patrons can sit and watch one of the many trains pass by. Crowds of music and art aficionados flock to Where House Thursday through Sunday for live music and inexpensive drinks. More >>

  • White Rock Coffee

    White Rock Coffee

    10105 E. NW Highway Dallas, TX 75238
    214-341-4774

    http://www.wrcoffee.com The health nuts who are addicted to running or cycling White Rock Lake Trail often get their jolt here. The smell of the organic fair-trade coffee alone is like sunshine for them. The beans are roasted in-house and have applied to them quirky names like Lady of the Lake, Pearl Peaberry and Sweet Blue. The baristas serve the trademark coffee and their loose-leaf teas while live acts fill the place Thursday through Sunday with a motley mix of area residents, hipsters and, again, health nuts. Customers can purchase items like a Bialleti coffee maker idea for camping or a White Rock Coffee-branded travel mug. More >>

  • White Rock Sports Bar & Grill

    White Rock Sports Bar & Grill

    718 N. Buckner Blvd. Dallas, TX 75218
    214-321-6979

    This unique Lake Highlands-area dive bar is located in a strip shopping mall just a stone's throw from White Rock Lake. With plenty of TVs and seating, the neighborhood sports bar makes for a good location to catch a big game while enjoying White Rock's drink specials. At night, you can't miss the joint thanks to the bright-as-day glow from the huge neon sign that runs the width of the bar. The kitchen cranks out typical bar fare (the burgers are popular with the regulars - "Damn good," one said), and bring quarters in case you feel like playing some arcade or pinball games. Billiards and shuffleboard are available, too. More >>

  • Whitewater Ampitheater

    11860 FM 306 New Braunfels, TX 78132

  • The Wild Rooster Bar

    The Wild Rooster Bar

    3204 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth, TX 76107
    817-332-9453

    http://www.wildroosterbar.com Fort Worth's Wild Rooster is considered part of the Seventh Street Corridor, though it sits alone on the fringe. But being located apart from the other neighborhood bars isn't a bad thing. It means people who visit the bar aren't going to barhop up and down the street. They're there for the night. And Wild Rooster gives them reason to be. The roomy bar is cavernous but never feels empty, thanks to an abundance of seating and décor that covers the red walls. On weeknights, you can sit at the bar and watch the game. On weekends, you can catch one of Fort Worth's best country or rock acts on the Wild Rooster stage. More >>

  • Will Rogers Auditorium

    3401 W. Lancaster Ave. Fort Worth, TX 76107
    817-392-7469

    http://www.fortworthgov.org/publicevents/wrmc/

  • Wizards Sports Cafe

    Wizards Sports Cafe

    747 S. Central Expwy Richardson, TX 75080
    972-235-0371

    http://www.wizardssportscafe.com This Richardson sports bar is open seven days a week from 11 a.m.- 2 a.m., and each day, from first pour to last call, it has an "All Day Happy Hour" that features $2 domestic drafts and $3 wells. So don't be surprised to see folks, young and old, hanging out or playing pool at all hours. Smoking is still allowed indoors in Richardson, and the patrons keep the place hazy. Wizard's offers games like billiards, darts and shuffleboards as well as several arcade games. And there are plenty of TVs over the bar, making it a good place to catch a game. For $25 an hour, Wizard's "Skyboxes" can be reserved for, among other events, bachelor parties, business meetings and birthday gatherings. More >>

  • Women's Club of Grand Prairie

    1 Park Square N. Grand Prairie, TX 75050
    972-264-2320

  • Woody's Tavern

    4744 Bryant Irvin Road Fort Worth, TX 76107
    817-732-4936

    http://www.woodystaverntexas.com Located in the same strip center as The Horseman Club, Woody's spacious interior sports a wall of big screen TVs, shuffleboard, darts, and an easy on the eyes clientele. Live country and rock bands play on the weekends and occasional weekdays, but the real draw is the eye candy, large bar and plentiful seating. More >>

  • Wylie Opry

    Wylie Opry

    111 N. Ballard Wylie, TX 75098
    972-442-3047

    http://www.wylieopry.com

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