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Located near the trendy Quadrangle area of Dallas, The Gingerman was one of the first microbreweries to pop up in the area. In addition to their home-brewed flavors, there are 70 varieties of draft beer, as well as a countless number of bottled brands. The usually large crowd ranges in age from early twenties to late fifties. The back deck is a great place to enjoy that hard-to-find-beer while milling around with the eclectic patronage. The Gingerman is a converted neighborhood house with a homey feel to it.
The Old Monk has bagged the 'Best of Dallas' title, by the Dallas Observer, for three consecutive years. The decor is based on a monastery concept - wooden walls, wooden floor and wooden plank tables. The beer list is not what you can call extensive, but do try the Belgian beer on your visit to the place. Charming waitresses bring you large portions of anything that you order (Mussels Fritas are highly recommended). The place attracts a sophisticated crowd and is the best venue to catch up on old friends over a few glasses of beer.
Locals and visitors alike love Trinity Hall Irish Pub & Restaurant. That's because this establishment offers an impressive selection of beer for patrons to enjoy in a friendly, warm atmosphere. The food here often goes beyond your standard pub fare, with the chef creating special dishes to complement a certain drink from time to time. The sounds of live music fill the bar on a regular basis.