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If you are looking for a down-home kind of bar, try Adair's Saloon. It is a honky-tonk bar with graffiti on the walls, a jukebox, and pool tables. Regulars come decked out in cowboy hats and boots ready to eat awesome burgers and drink beer. The bar also serves mixed drinks. Live country bands perform on the weekends. Adair's attracts a business and tourist crowd along with country-clad regulars.
It's fun to hang out at the Double Wide bar. That's because even if you're considered a nerd, just chilling at this place can make you feel cool. The rugs, motor parts, flags, wood paneling, TV screens, and unusual wall hangings will let you know that this is no ordinary bar. Treat yourself and your friends to some drinks at this joint in Deep Ellum. Take your autograph book along, since you're bound to meet some cool bands playing alternative rock, country, and pop at this place. Double Wide also features fantastic DJs from time to time.
This dimly-lit New Orleans style bar sees a classy crowd that enjoy the relaxed atmosphere and look forward to unwinding over a few drinks. The bar provides ample seating space, and has several rooms, each sporting a different look. Seating on the rooftop is available, but the patio is where the crowd heads first. Excellent offers are on throughout the week especially on pizzas, beers and bar. You could participate in entertaining bar activities like a round of pool, or simply sit back and catch up on the game being aired.
For those looking for a hangout with lots of activities, Barcadia is the place to go. Located north of the city center, this lively venue is a cross between an old-school arcade parlor and a modern bar. Be it the fun video games or excellent bar food or the beers on tap, this bar has everything that you could ask for. A great haunt for the young and the young at heart.
Owned by siblings, Brooks and Brad Anderson, Veritas Wine Room is a sophisticated establishment defining themselves as a "vino-pub". Their frequently changing wine selection includes over 350 different wines from around the world. But it doesn't end there, their beer menu boasts of over 30 different types of crafted beers. Their Texas-inspired food menu features extensive cheese and cured meat options.
With a bottle for every occasion, Mercy is any wine lover's dream come true. If you want wine by the glass, you have over 100 varieties from which to pick; should you wish for a bottle, there are 50 kinds you can choose from. Located at Village on the Parkway, Mercy does not restrict itself to wine, and offers you a menu of American cuisine, too. After PEI mussels and calamari in marinara sauce that you can share with the group, you can move on to a variety of steaks and seafood dishes. The staff will be able to recommend a wine that goes with any dish you may be ordering.