Lockhart Smokehouse's famed flavors draw people in from far and wide. Casual, as a good barbecue joint should be, their attitude towards meat is anything but casual. The Central Texas-style eatery churns out flawlessly smoked brisket, sausage, ribs, and chicken. Meats are sold by the half-pound and sliced to order, so you can get the exact amount of meat you want every time.
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.
Katy Trail Ice House is a popular restaurant and beer garden in Dallas. It offers a range of 50 beers on tap and a place to chill out. It has a huge patio that can be used to host private parties and events. The bar is 50 feet long and features the rarest of beers. Katy Trail Ice House is the place to gather for any occasion.
Eno's is a niche when you don't want fast-food or high-end dining. Appetizers include Lemon Pepper Calamari featuring anchovy dipping sauce and a House Salad with provolone, Maytag cheese, peppered pork belly, chopped enpe and roasted lemon vinaigrette. Entrées include selections like Northside Kitchen Sandwich with Italian beef, sport peppers and pickled vegetables and Southside (White Pie) with garlic, basil, anchovies, tomato and ricotta. The meal is complete with Eno's Sundae featuring house-made spumoni or cannolis. The handsome casual interior makes this a great place to relax for the evening in the trendy Bishop Arts District. - Raine Devries
Angry Dog, this Deep Ellum bar and restaurant is a favorite pub for happy hour and sports enthusiasts. Comfortable and dimly lit, it has a great neighborhood bar atmosphere. The Angry Dog is filled with television monitors for game watching, as well as simple tables and chairs for diners. Their hot dogs are known by locals as being some of the best in town - and the burgers aren't bad either. They also have an assortment of tasty appetizers to choose from, such as Stuffed Jalapeños and Angry Dog Chicken Wings. And if you're a beer drinker, this is a place not to be missed, because this joint has over 100 kinds of domestic and imported beers.
This Harwood neighborhood school has been transformed into something radically different. Retaining only the name of the original establishment, Saint Ann is a popular restaurant and bar on the first floor of the historical building. With scrumptious American fare and a lovely patio on which to enjoy it, it really is no wonder that Saint Ann is as popular as it is. With some great cocktails and a long wine list, best enjoyed on days like Margarita Mondays and Texas Tuesdays, this restaurant compels you to return.
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.
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.
Porta Di Roma offers its guests a taste of the traditional flavors of Italian cuisine with a menu composed of authentic classics and creative interpretations. Prepared from fresh, local produce, every dish is packed with flavor and created with finesse. The restaurant offers a range of delicious pastas prepared with seafood, chicken, veal and vegetables, hot calzones, hearty subs, and hand-tossed pizzas. With a full bar and food served late in to the night, Porta Di Roma is the perfect place for a relaxed meal or drink and light snack on your way home from an event. Porta Di Roma also offers a catering menu for lunch and private areas for events and meetings. With friendly service and the goodness of fresh food in every bite, this restaurant will soon become your go to choice for a taste of Italy.
A nice local sports bar, Press Box Grill is a good place to relax with a drink while enjoying a game on one of their large screen TV's. With a large selection of beers, both on tap and bottled as well a decent selection of bar food like burgers, sliders, hot wings and pork chops, it makes for a lively ambiance and a casual vibe to spend an evening out with friends. In a good location in Down town Texas, situated in a lovely historic building Press Box Grill is a good option in the area. It can get a bit loud during games and busy on week-ends.
Green Door Public House is the brainchild of husband-wife duo Bryan and Kathy Crelly, and Ken Rothman. Set in a building dating back to 1899, it features a large shaded patio for alfresco dining. Its rustic industrial decor complete with brick walls, wooden accents and hanging bulbs oozes of warmth and coziness. Savor their dishes like The Portobello, Jerk Chicken, Blackened Fish Tacos and Green Chile Pork Stew. Enjoy their happy hours with a choice drink.
Located in the heart of the city, Happiest Hour is one of the best bars around for decadent finger food, drinks or great views. Spread over 12,000 square feet (1114.83 square meters), the bar not only offers an expansive space for those who want to lay back and relax but patrons can also enjoy stunning views of the city from the outdoor patio. As for the food, the menu boasts of dishes like Fried Calamari, Brisket Queso, and Seared Salmon cooked using only the finest of ingredients. Don’t forget to pair the food with signature cocktails like The Boys Are Back and Sic’Em Sour. Other beverages include wines on tap and more than 50 kikds of beers. If you are looking for a memorable evening out, then head to the Happiest Hour with your group, partner or simply by yourself for a great time.