Nightlife in North Dallas


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  • Neighborhood Services Bar and Grill
    For tasty American fare, head to Neighborhood Services Bar and Grill for a sandwich and side. Low-fat eaters will need to take care, however, since the menu does not feature any skimmed down fare. Neighborhood Services Bar and Grill also operates a bar, so a round of drinks with dinner is not out of the question. For comfortable outdoor service, Neighborhood Services Bar and Grill sets up a seasonal patio. You may be better off finding a table during the week, as weekends at the restaurant tend to be packed. Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too. null A meal at Neighborhood Services Bar and Grill will typically set you back about $30.
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    10720 Preston Rd
    Dallas, TX US
  • The Lash Lounge Dallas/Ft Worth
    The Lash Lounge's founder Anna Phillips—an advanced certified eyelash-extension trainer—once traveled the nation to impart the art of semipermanent eyelash application to scores of fellow lash artists. Now, at all of Lash Lounge's locations, such artists work to ensure that every guest returns to their day-to-day activities batting fuller, darker lashes. They meticulously apply each synthetic strand to a natural lash with medical-grade glue, imbuing peepers with a customized, natural look that can last up to two months with proper care. Applying lashes of varying lengths, thicknesses, and degrees of curl, they have earned the praise of publications including Allure magazine and Women's Wear Daily. They also strive to eliminate lengthy daily makeup applications with permanent-makeup services. After a complimentary consultation, a staff of licensed aestheticians and permanent-makeup artists precisely applies permanent eyeliner, lip color, or third eyebrows. For those who prefer makeup that washes off, Anna has concocted her own line of mineral cosmetics, brushes, and primers.
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    11661 Preston Rd.
    Dallas, TX US
  • Charles King
    Since he was a boy, Charles King has traveled through life with paper and pen, ready to sketch the world around him. In school, his teachers asked him to make drawings for various projects and made him the official artist of the bulletin board in the first grade. And though he went to college to study accounting, he found himself continually drawn back to the arts. While at a party one day, he sat in a corner and began sketching the guests. Soon a crowd had formed to watch, and people requested sketches of their friends. Once Charles had been invited to a few parties and paid for his services, he realized his drawings inspired fascination in those around him and gave him more joy than accounting, so he immediately switched to graphic design. Charles’s art career has grown in bursts in the 35 years since those early days. His wife persuaded him to sell his early business and go into cartooning full time, and today he receives invitations to draw at large-scale events such as corporate conventions and trade shows. He draws cartoons from photographs for prices ranging from $100 to $1,000 for a color likeness. When performing for a crowd, Charles can draw about 30–60 sketches an hour, simultaneously producing miniature tornadoes with the rapid flicking of his pen. At an event at an Atlanta children’s hospital, he sketched portraits of 700 children in six hours. When Charles draws, his arm takes over and runs on autopilot; he can even look away while drawing and maintain a sharp image and a true likeness. His skills have even attracted the attention and business of famous fans including President Ronald Reagan and Colonel Sanders. Charles says that he draws because he enjoys getting a reaction from people and “loves to hear his customers, especially the kids, laugh.”
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    11916 Tavel Circle
    Dallas, TX US
  • Dough Pizzeria
    Not everyone can call their pie pizza, at least, not according to the Verace Pizza Napoletana—an organization in Naples that certifies pizzerias if, and only if, they meet a crucial set of standards. With locations in San Antonio and Dallas, Dough Pizzeria Napoletana is one of only 50 or so certified spots in the U.S. Thanks to training in Italy, owner and artisanal pizza chef, Dough Horn, follows the rules to a tee: from the homemade sauce to the wood-burning oven, everything about Dough’s pizza is authentically Italian. Guy Fieri of the “Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives” made a pilgrimage to the San Antonio location, where he saw Dough's crew in action, somersaulting white blankets of dough in the air and simultaneously pulling fresh-baked pizzas from the wood-burning oven. The classic margherita pizza, smothered in Dough’s homemade mozzarella and fresh basil, is a sure winner. Yet, locals might also want to go the untraditional route and try the Pork Love, topped with housemade sausage, salami, and pancetta.
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    11909 Preston Rd
    Dallas, TX US
  • The Art of Wine
    Alfonso Miller believes that wine is not only a beverage, but also a work of art?an indulgence that promotes friendly conversation and warm feelings of goodwill. It certainly promoted both while he traveled through wine regions around the globe, inhaling bouquets and savoring sips in search of the finest cabernets, rieslings, and sauvignons. Now, Alfonso brings his enthusiasm for wine and years of industry experience to The Art of Wine, a wine bar and retail boutique that was credited for ?changing the idea of what a wine store should be? by reporters from Advocate magazine. The softly lit space?s wooden wine racks pack in rare and exotic wines from independent wineries across Texas, the globe, and deep-sea kingdoms. Beyond the shelves of glimmering bottles lies the cozy bar area, where savvy staffers dole out glasses and samples of featured wines from behind a marble bar. Customers here perch on cushy armchairs, clinking glasses of fine wine over plates of gourmet cheeses, artisanal flatbreads, and chocolate trifles. Occasionally, the sounds of live jazz float around the room, bouncing off walls full of paintings from local artists.
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    11909 Preston Rd.
    Dallas, TX US
  • Cassidys
    Fill up on fries and other comfort food at Cassidys, a savory spot for American cuisine. When you're ready to pig out, Cassidys is ready to serve you the scrumptious food you're craving. Save time and money with nearby parking options at Cassidys. No matter what you choose off the menu at Cassidys, you won't completely break the bank with prices averaging around $30.
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    10650 N Central Expy
    Dallas, TX US

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