Located near the trendy Quadrangle area of Dallas, The Ginger Man 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 Ginger Man is a converted neighborhood house with a homey feel to it.
This is one nightclub unlike any other. If you like dancing in your living room, you will love the ambiance at the Grapevine. Furnished with comfy chairs, couches, and a jukebox, this hot spot is nothing if not homey. You can also shoot pool on one of the indoor or outdoor pool tables while enjoying one of the bar's special frozen Everclear bellinis. The rooftop patio is the perfect place to watch the Oak Lawn party-goers as they bounce from club to club.
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.
You won't find too many bookworms and library aficionados inside this Melrose Hotel bar, but it is a popular choice for business meetings and winding down after work. It has live music and a plush ambiance accompanied by a tasty bar menu. In fact, that's the only time you might actually read here. So whether you're looking for a great place to meet your mates after a hard day's work, or to discuss future business endeavors with your co-workers, the Library is your kind of place. Plunk down in a comfy chair, order a drink and start your night off right.
Mi Cocina is a great Mexican restaurant and bar located in the Highland Park Village shopping center. The atmosphere is festive, colorful, and lively. The chic decor and friendly wait staff make this restaurant feel like a party whenever you walk in. The traditional Tex-Mex entrees are served with a touch of class. The enchiladas, flautas, nachos, quesadillas and fajitas are exceptional, while the tortilla soup is a bit unique-- it has peas! After your meal, stroll through the shopping center and window shop.
This large space features dance lessons, live music, concerts and even mechanical bull riding. Various DJ sets, live music, and jukebox tunes provide a fun atmosphere for any crowd; indeed Cowboys Red River attracts many different age groups. It is the perfect place to kick back and have a good time and you'll never be short of a drink because there is more than one bar.
This watering hole is located in downtown and is frequented mostly by a white-collared crowd. It has pool tables for entertainment and the bar serves some exotic drinks. The food is mostly local cuisine but nothing much to write home about. If you visit the bar in the football season, you will find a special Bloody Mary bar over the weekends.
With 44 high definition TV’s, DirecTv Sports Packages and pay-per-view UFC fight, Frankie’s is not just another ordinary sports bar. Seating includes a mix of comfortable leather couches, chairs, and bar stools. They also have a dizzying array of drink options ranging from 20 Texan craft beers on top and handcrafted cocktails to Whiskeys and Vodkas, you are sure to find a drink that soothes your senses. If you get hungry, Frankie’s has on offer an assortment of pubgrub like wraps, sandwiches, pizzas, burgers and fries. Whether you want to enjoy a game of your favorite sports team, converse with old friends or simply relish great food and drinks, Frankie’s is the place where you should be headed.
Housed on Main Street inside a building built in the 1920s, the Mitchell is the modern answer to royal bars. Simple in essence, yet exuding elegance, The Mitchell is done up in notes of royal blue and gold. An enclosed patio forms the front of this bar, with lanterns suspended from the ceiling. The menu offers small chef-driven eats, including caviar which can be paired with house cocktails, their famous gin features or champagne.
Midnight Rambler, located in the basement of The Joule hotel, is a trendy lounge which serves a range of delicious, zippy craft cocktails. Watch the bartenders put a new spin to classic cocktails as you groove to the beats of tasteful music coming from the speakers. With marble-topped private tables and a glossy, well stocked bar, the lounge has a classy feel to it. Delicious bar snacks and great happy hour offers adds incentive to come and check this place out.
If you're looking for a quiet bar where you can relax in a pleasant environment with great cocktails, easy conversation and nice food; The Woolworth is a good place to check out. The menu is an eclectic combination of styles from Classic American, Mexican, Asian and more. A great place for a business lunch, they serve a nice selection of lunch specials that are hearty, but not too heavy. Settle into the relaxed ambiance with a friend, and try their classics like Corpse Reviver, Cable Car and Uncle Johnny, all expertly prepared. The Woolworth's warm, low-key ambiance is a nice place for a Sunday Brunch too. To find out more about their special menus and drinks, visit the website.
Local Mexican eatery and bar, Taco Borracho serves up a selection of traditional Mexican fare like Tacos, Fajitas, Sandwiches etc. The brisket and beef Tacos are rumoured to be the best. Perfect for an early morning Mexican-style breakfast to-go or a late night after-hours bite, Taco Borracho is conveniently open till odd hours. Well situated in Down town Dallas, the lines can get long during lunch hour so be prepared to wait a while. For additional details visit the website.