Dallas may have a vibrant dining scene, but its bar scene is not slouch either. Not only is there an exciting array of sleek cocktail lounges, but there’s plenty of great spots for beer and wine lovers too.
Looking to knock back quality brews and excellent grub while people watching on a lively patio? Then the Old Monk, a cozy neighborhood pub that boasts a killer lineup of local and international beer, is just the ticket. If quaffing wine is more up your vine, head to Veritas Wine Room. Wine geeks seek out this wine bar-retail shop for its international list of small production wines as well as for its rotating selection of craft beer and cider.
Sure, everyone can do a craft cocktail these days, but not all can create exquisite libations like Parliament, a handsome drinking den that features everything from innovative concoctions to prohibition-style classics. Speaking of drinking dens, there’s also Midnight Rambler, a sexy subterranean spot in the Joule hotel. And some of the best booze action in the city is also taking shape at Hide in Deep Ellum, where they’ve got the art of cocktail making down to a science, literally.
Need more suggestions? Then keep reading– there’s a bar on this 10best list for every kind of imbiber.