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Inwood Lounge

5458 W. Lovers Lane
Dallas , Texas
Tel: 214 764 9106


2440 Victory Park Lane
Dallas , Texas
Tel: 214 720 9909

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Double Wide

3510 Commerce Street
Dallas , Texas
Tel: 214 887 6510

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4513 Travis Street
Dallas , Texas
Tel: 214 780 1900

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Bar Belmont

901 Fort Worth Avenue
Dallas , Texas
Tel: 877 476 3378

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3699 McKinney Avenue
Dallas , Texas
Tel: 214 526 9463

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Sangría Tapas y Bar

4524 Cole Avenue
Dallas , Texas
Tel: 214 520 4863

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It wasn't that long ago that you couldn't legally buy a drink in Dallas; now the city's nightlife is enlivened by a plethora of imaginative bars. Double Wide, is a wry ode to trailer-park culture, done up with old car parts, Astroturf, macramé, and paintings on velvet; this is a place to quaff domestic beer and listen to live local rockabilly favorites. For something more upscale, try the inimitable Inwood Lounge inside the lobby of the art house Inwood Theatre. The gray slate and soothing Zen water wall make it ideal for quiet post-art-flick conversations over vodka martinis. At Ghostbar in the W Hotel, gussied-up pretty people down cocktails in a bar that sometimes borders on too trendy, depending on your scenester tolerance. Trece boasts a tequila bar with hundreds of selections. Bar Belmont is all glass, retro furniture, pastel cushions, martinis…like an Arab harem done up in 1950s swank. An expansive if pricey wine selection packs Dallasites into Crú, a West Village wine bar with Francophile styling. One of the hottest new restaurants in Dallas, Sangría Tapas y Bar, might nonetheless be better simply as a place to nibble on bacon-wrapped Medjool dates stuffed with Cabrales, take in the scene, and drink the aphrodisiac for which the bar is named—.

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