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.