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Real Time Sports & Entertainment, recently under new ownership and management, knows that it takes more than just their delicious burgers and hand-cut fries to keep their customers coming back night after night. They host live bands and DJs seven days a week to keep dance floors filled with partiers well into the night, while 22 high-def screens broadcast sports for excited fans. Meanwhile, bartenders whip up cocktails and pour beers that wash down dishes such as Cajun catfish poboys, turkey burgers, or chicken wings, as guests enjoy conversation and a convivial atmosphere. And no matter the day, the dedicated owners promise real people, a basket of fish with your name on it, and a bottle of ketchup with some guy named Heinz’s name on it.
2021 N. Hampton Rd. Ste 100
Red Oak,
TX
US
Legendary chanteuse Stevie Nicks fulfills the fantasies of her loyal legions of fans, blessing the air with her golden voice as the In Your Dreams tour takes flight. Harmonically and fashionably inimitable, Stevie’s never-ebbing career has entered its latest chapter of acclaim as new generations discover her skilled storytelling, indomitable voice, and the fact that music fits in earholes. In support of her first studio album in 10 years, the acclaimed In Your Dreams, Stevie enables devotees craving a Nicks fix with a tapestry of future classics and seminal solo anthems, sometimes including hits such as “Stand Back” and “Edge of Seventeen.” Casual fans, lifelong fanatics, and hopelessly lost package-delivery workers will spiritually cuddle with Stevie’s tranquilly maternal voice, becoming increasingly mesmerized as a vibrato opens temporal loops and makes space-time continuums weep.
1001 Performance Pl
Grand Prairie,
TX
US
Fresh fare can be found at Wild Bill's Bar and Grill, where guests seek to sample every seafood dish on the menu. Wild Bill's Bar and Grill is also a good option for those with special dietary needs, offering both low-fat and gluten-free items on the menu. At Wild Bill's Bar and Grill, your large or small group can be seated quickly and comfortably. The dress code at Wild Bill's Bar and Grill is as relaxed as the ambience, so wear whatever suits you. Forget the hassle of street parking and head to Wild Bill's Bar and Grill for easy access to parking lots. Meals at Wild Bill's Bar and Grill are affordable, with the average tab amounting to about $30 per person.
1201 Fm 780
Ferris,
TX
US
A go-to East Dallas hangout known for its great beer selection and laid-back atmosphere (think dim lighting, red vinyl booths, pool tables and a jukebox), Bryan Street Tavern is also recognized as having some of the best bar food in town. That’s particularly true of the thin and crispy-crusted pizza, offered with unusual toppings like buffalo chicken, blue cheese and celery or corned beef, sauerkraut and Thousand Island sauce. Beer-basted chicken wings are offered in a kaleidoscope of different flavors, ranging from mild to burn-your-face-off; other options include a Philly cheese steak topped with traditional Cheese Whiz, or a candied jalapeño-battered corn dog, all of which pair perfectly with one of the many local craft beers on tap. The dog-friendly patio’s picnic tables are packed when the weather permits.
4315 Bryan Street
Dallas,
TX
US
Rack Daddy's a sports bar & bests18 pool tables to shoot pool on in North Dallas near Richardson, Plano, & Carrolton. Throw darts,and enjoy great happy hour drink specials
17509 Coit Rd
Dallas,
TX
US
Since opening in 1998, The Old Monk has placed on the Dallas Observer’s Best Of Dallas list more years than not, earning honors for everything from the beer and the food to the bar itself. The surprising thing about that is that they’ve only been open since 1998. Nevertheless, this Irish pub feels lived-in in the best possible way; dark mahogany accents recall an age-old tavern, while a turn of the century altar door, a back bar from a chemist’s shop in England, and lights from a Pennsylvania monastery add to the feeling you're standing on hallowed ground. The Dallas Observer paid The Old Monk’s food perhaps the highest compliment possible when they said, “The Old Monk is the only [pub] we frequent even when we’re not drinking.” And while dishes such as Belgian-style steamed mussels, fish and chips, and cheese boards may fly well solo, they almost beg for liquid accompaniment. That’s where the drink menu comes in. Beers from Ireland, England, and Belgium sit side by side with American cask-conditioned brews and countless bottled selections. The whiskey menu is equally as long, full of small-batch Kentucky bourbons and Highlands single malts. Though the interior is cozy and inviting, guests can also imbibe on of the pub’s two outdoor patios.
2847 N Henderson Ave
Dallas,
TX
US
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