The DFW area is one of the best areas to find yourself a great country western-style bar. With cold beers, live country music stars playing nightly and live bull riding, these country bars in DFW are the best of the best when it comes to country bars in Dallas and Fort Worth. Whether you’re looking for a tiny dive bar or a large space that was once a barn, you’re sure to find a great bar on this list.
Adair’s Saloon
2624 Commerce St.
Dallas, TX 75226
(214) 939-9900
www.adairssaloon.comOne of the first things you will probably notice when you walk into Adair’s is the “graffiti” that shows all of the wonderful memories had by the patrons here. Adair’s is also known for its live music and big names like Jack Ingram and the Dixie Chicks have graced this stage. In fact, Adair’s has live music every day of the week. The burgers here are known to be some of the best in the area and there is always plenty of cold beer on draft. If you’re looking for even more to do, you could always try dancing in the many dance areas or playing some of the bar games.

Double Wide
3510 Commerce St.
Dallas, TX 75295
(214) 887-6510
www.double-wide.comIt’s hard to miss Double Wide because of the giant silver tornado on the roof. This spot has been around for over eight years and people come from all around to try its creative drinks and to hear the live music. The cocktails here are strong and there are also some interesting options on the list like the Yoo-Hoo Yee-Haw and the Boone’s Farm Martini. The patio out back is great for the warmer nights while enjoying a cold beer with your friends.

The Round-Up Saloon
3912 Cedar Springs Road
Dallas, TX 75219
(214) 522-9611
www.roundupsaloon.comThe Round-Up Saloon is a gay country western bar and dance hall that just celebrated 34 years in Dallas. The Round-Up features six different bars so you should have no problem getting a drink here, even on a busy night. Head over to the Tequila Shack if you’re a fan, since that bar features over 40 varieties, and on a nice night, you might want to head to the Corral Bar which is the outdoor patio bar. If you’re not the best dancer, you should partake in one of the dance lessons where you will be taught how to line dance or a basic two-step. The schedule for dance lessons can be found on the website.

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Lee Harvey’s
1807 Gould St.
Dallas, TX 75215
(214) 428-1555
www.leeharveys.comThis bar is a great dive bar in South Dallas that is known for its live music and great drinks. Lee Harvey’s has food and drink specials throughout the week in addition to the music. In the colder winter months, you can head outside in the back and roast some marshmallows for s’mores with a group of friends. Lee Harvey’s has received great reviews for its onion rings, and has been voted the best bar in Dallas. The decor inside is unique with classic, illuminated beer signs all over the walls.

Billy Bob’s
2520 Rodeo Plaza
Fort Worth, TX 76164
(817) 624-7117
www.billybobstexas.comThe building the Billy Bob’s is now housed in was built back in 1910 and was once a barn that housed cattle for the Fort Worth Stock Show. It is now the largest honkey tonk with 100,000 square feet of space in the interior. It features 30 individual bar stations and lots of big names in the music industry are known to play here. The Live Pro Bull Riding here is sanctioned by Champion Bull Riding (CBR) and you will see people competing every Friday and Saturday night. Here, the bulls aren’t mechanical, they’re real!

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Kelsi Gerwell is a freelance writer covering all things Dallas-Fort Worth. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.

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