Many restaurants offer food menus that fit well with the season, but you don’t want to forget about the cocktails. These bars have some of the best holiday offerings.
Hookah bars have become increasing popular in the U.S. over the past few years. These are some of the best and most popular hookah bars in the Metroplex.
If the words Velvet Hammer, Royal Scandal, Numb Comfort, Blood & Honey or Wealth & Taste mean nothing to you, then it’s time for a quick education in North Texas craft beers.
These restaurants make it a point to feature the great beers being brewed locally in DFW, and even pair those beers with fresh, local ingredients in their dishes.
A piano bar brings a welcome change to the norm and gives you an opportunity to hear a trained professional tickle the ivories right in front of you. Enjoy your night at these DFW piano bars.
These are some of the best sports bars in the DFW area that take football seriously, and will always have the game playing on a Thursday night, no matter who’s playing.
Halloween is not child’s play at these shindigs. From masked romantic wonders to shutting down the streets, Big D knows how to party in the name of All Hallow’s Eve 2014.
More than 6 million people from around the world attend Oktoberfest events in Germany each year. Of course, not everyone is able to travel overseas for the occasion.
Whether you’re looking for a fun environment with lots of big screens or a bar with more serious sports fans, these are some of the best options for watching college football in DFW.
DFW is known for its loyal sports fans. Featuring some of the best food, huge televisions and best patios, these are some of the best sports bars in the DFW area.
The U.S. Open started Saturday, August 23, and runs through Monday, September 1. You can get the best seat in the house at several great bars in the DFW area.
If you are looking for electronic dance music, there are a lot of great options for clubgoers. These are some of the most unique clubs in the DFW area that offer EDM.