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Looking for a place to enjoy the local ball game that serves good food and drinks? Look no further than this list of the best baseball bars in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area.

Red Dog Right
3311E. State Hwy.
Southlake, TX 76092
(817) 289-7444
www.reddogright.com

Red Dog Right knows how to make its patrons feel at home.  A friendly staff, good food and drinks (24 beers on tap) and the game always on makes Red Dog Right a great place to watch the game. A menu to please all the members of your party includes classic American burgers, wings and salads, a kid’s menu and even a menu for man’s best friend. The dog menu includes dog brew (a low-sodium chicken broth), mini burger party, scrambled egg, kibble, naked dog and doggie dessert. Well-behaved dogs and their owners are welcomed on the outside patio. Serious sports lovers will appreciate this: To make sure you don’t miss any of the action, there are television sets in the restroom.

Go 4 It Sports
10677 E. Northwest Hwy.
Dallas, TX 75238
(214) 221-9440
www.go4itsportsgrill.com

Located in Lake Highlands, Go 4 It Sports is a mecca for baseball lovers. They even feature the little league world series on its huge projector screen. A huge, horseshoe-shaped bar, with 23 beers on tap including local craft brews and a seasonal menu that includes a nice variety of Cajun, Mexican and Classic American fare and a kid’s menu keep Dallas locals coming back for more. They’ve got free Wi-Fi so you can tweet and Facebook your friends.

Bobby V’s Sports Gallery Café
4301 S. Bowen Road
Arlington, TX 76016
(817) 467-9922
www.bobbyvsports.com

Located in Arlington, the home of the Texas Rangers baseball team, Bobby V’s Sports Gallery Café is a baseball-centric establishment. This is a family-friendly place with lots of baseball memorabilia throughout the café. Bobby V’s offers classic American fare and a kid’s menu. Want to catch up on your hometown team? You can from one of the over 50 high definition television sets throughout the gallery.

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PhD (Pour House Dallas)
1300 W. Davis St.
Dallas, TX 75208
(214) 942-0288
www.phdallas.com

South Dallas Oak Cliffers in the Bishop Arts neighborhood will enjoy going to PhD to watch the game. The bar area itself is small, but the expansive seating on the front patio and in the back dining room is flanked with television sets. Every seat in the place is great. The beer, mixed drink and food menu is impressive. Tip: Try the Southwest Veggie Wrap; it comes with lettuce, pico, black bean corn relish, avocado and crispy tortilla strips in a chipotle flour tortilla and is served with a side of lime-cilantro dressing. PhD is a great neighborhood bar that makes everyone feel at home.

Frankie’s Sports Bar And Grill
425 West Third St.
Ft. Worth, TX 76102
(817) 870-9090
www.frankiesbar.com

Frankie’s Sports Bar and Grill located in Ft. Worth’s Sundance Square is a great place to catch the game or enjoy after the game food and drinks. Frankie’s offers a weekend brunch until 4 p.m. and a build your own Bloody Mary bar that includes 15 different mixes, spices and ingredients. The selection of 8-inch or 14-inch house made pizzas include carnivore (all meat) omnivore (meat and veggies) and herbivore (all veggies).

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Robin D. Everson is a native Chicagoan who resides in Dallas, Texas. Her appreciation for art, food, wine, people and places has helped her become a well-respected journalist. A life-long lover of education, Robin seeks to learn and enlighten others about culture. You can find her work at Examiner.com 
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