Bars in North Richland Hills

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Big Barn Bar-B-Que's specialty dry-rubbed and pecan-smoked meats stock hungry mouths with succulent tastes backed by a cavalcade of sides. The menu enumerates a choice of 10 different meats, including two-meat plates that pair together savory combinations of carnivorous fare such as a tender arrangement of chopped brisket, classic baby back ribs, or jalapeño-cheddar sausage. Sides such as coleslaw and potato salad celebrate refreshing, cooling textures, and crisp fried okra and onion rings tantalize taste buds more completely than PhD students learn the alphabet. As duos, quartets, or sextets revel in smoky delights and share tastes, iced teas, fountain drinks, and coffee anoint liquid intake apparatuses in preparation for a finishing course of just desserts—seasonal cobblers packing a palatable punch of fruits such as strawberry or peach and Mama's famous banana pudding, which reveals a union of fresh-blended bananas and crisp vanilla wafers.

8021 Main Street
North Richland Hills,
TX
US

Some people like a cold beer or a mixed drink with dinner, but the regulars at Rack Daddy's prefer their dinner with a side of smooth baize. They send pool balls careening across tables' upholstered surfaces, facing off in games of pool and billiards. Xena Pizza, located next door, supplies Seattle-style slices layered with toppings such as Canadian bacon and spicy Italian sausage. Patrons can stay until 2:00 a.m., at which time all of the cue balls turn into pumpkins.

8236 Bedford Euless Rd
North Richland Hills,
TX
US

The staccato snap of ricocheting billiard balls rises up through a warm chorus of cheering fans, who come together beneath signed jerseys from Josh Hamilton, Terry Bradshaw, and Emmitt Smith and 22 flat-screen televisions. Volcano's all-female staff works to make first-time guests feel like regulars without having to remember the jukebox's birthday, all the while delivering platters laden with half-pound Black Angus burgers crowned in chipotle spread. As darts flick through the air, sauce-covered hot wings fuel investigation into honey-hued cascades of brews and shakers chattering on cool loads of cocktails behind the bar.

New sets of friends formed by the mythological fates who determine shuffleboard teams sip libations while planning strategy. Golden Tee, a virtual golf game that draws a cult following, lets patrons compete against players sprinkled across the country or work on swings without the distraction of clouds shaped like a favorite paramecium. The bright jukebox sings a haunting siren melody to itchy index fingers, and the ambient satellite radio station plays hits from the top of the charts between selections.

129 E Harwood Rd
Hurst,
TX
US

Sharx Pub's menu goes hand in hand with the excitement of sports and frothy adult beverages. It brims with battered wings, quarter-pound Angus burgers, and hefty quarter-pound hot dogs to satisfy the heftiest of appetites. While chowing down, customers can participate in a full calendar of events, including trivia on Tuesdays, Texas Hold 'Em Thursdays and Sundays, karaoke on Fridays, and UFC matches on Saturdays, when they are available. If UFC matches are not scheduled for that Saturday, Sharx Pub will have other entertainment such as acoustic musicians and Doubles Pool Tournament.

800 S Main St.
Keller,
TX
US

Kicking back inside the "flip-flop friendly" beach-themed bar at Chow N Chill is easy. Wielding a cold one, cruise the menu for edibles such as the famous waffle burger topped with a fried egg, tomato, and two strips of crispy bacon sandwiched between two waffles?served with syrup for dipping. Kids can chow on waffle ham-and-cheese sandwiches or chicken nuggets, and at end of the meal, the whole family can fight over the last bite of bananas foster.

1632 Keller Parkway, Ste. 100
Keller,
TX
US

The six-headed hydra of spontaneous comedy known as Four Day Weekend has been wreaking havoc on North Texas doldrums since 1997. Critically adored by the metroplex’s most prominent presses, the group squelches laughter droughts with their weekend bouts of unscripted hilarity. The professional troupe of cut-ups, many with film and Second City Conservatory of Chicago credentials, happily share the tricks of the trade in their four-level training center. Emphasizing “truth in comedy,” the curriculum covers fundamentals such as characterization and long-form improv, giving students the tools they need to extract their inner hilarity or survive an hour in a prop closet with Greg Proops.

312 Houston St
Fort Worth,
TX
US