The best sports bars in Dallas; Café Gecko. Gecko Coffee; Stan's Blue Note · Lower Greenville · Stan's Blue Note; Chelsea Corner · Knox-Henderson. Located in the Knox-Henderson neighborhood, this upscale gastropub not only offers a solid menu of food and drink, but it's also a great place to watch a game. Expect to find 19 large HD screens that broadcast non-stop sporting action both indoors and outdoors, in a huge dog-friendly courtyard.
Dining options include everything from tacos to gourmet burgers, artisanal pizzas and braised ribs. Drinks range from wine, beer and craft cocktails to a wide range of Scottish and American whiskeys. And if that's not enough to entertain you, there are also pool tables, jenga and hole corn. Watch the games in style at the Owners Box, a sports bar inside the Omni Dallas Hotel in the city center.
Its 16-foot screen is perfect for watching all the landings, and the full-service bar and menu are great. Loaded Texas potato chips are just what you need to snack on during the game. What's better than watching the game on a patio on a sunny day in Uptown? Popular with people from Uptown, The Ice House is known for its relaxed atmosphere, spacious patio, and schooners with cold beer. Plus, with 50 beers on tap and lots of seats, there's no reason not to include it in the Cowboys' fall ritual.
Also, if your dog is a fan of the Cowboys (who isn't?) , surely they are also welcome. If you're looking for one of the locals' favorite dishes, head to East Dallas for a stop at Bryan Street Tavern. Watch the game and play pool between games, or head out to the patio to enjoy the scene with your furry friend (the bar is locally renowned for its pet-friendly environment). This gay sports bar, located in the heart of the Dallas gay neighborhood, ensures that its many flat-screen TVs are tuned to the United States team every Sunday.
Come and enjoy brunch (from 11:00 a.m. to 3 p.m.). The stylish sports bar also offers a long list of local beers and mineral water to quench your thirst during the most stressful moments of the game. USA Today called Frankie's Nirvana for Texas sports fans.
There's no doubt that the bar will be full of customers dressed in white and blue every Sunday at this self-proclaimed Dallas Cowboys observation site. Enjoy the parties that take place throughout the season on the 44 televisions on the other side of the bar. With Cowboys Score Shots, gameday special offers and drawings throughout the game, Frankie's is a good time to win or lose. This neighborhood bar and its scratch-down kitchen offer a new take on the Texas bar atmosphere.
With 20 large screen TVs, you're guaranteed a good seat to play in Nodding Donkey. Sip and savor restaurant specialties, such as smoked wings, brisket tacos and craft beers. PhD Also known as Pour House Dallas, this Oak Cliff sports bar is also known for its hangover brunch and covered patio, where concert-goers head next to the Kessler Theater. Walk-On's Bistreaux & Bar New Orleans Saints superstar Drew Brees and his wife Brittany co-own this Baton Rouge-based chain, which offers Louisiana cuisine and a full bar in a game day setting at Grandscape in The Colony.