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(972) 503-5603


5290 Belt Line Rd Ste 150, Dallas, TX 75254

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5:00 pm - 2:00 am

Regular Hours

Mon - Fri

4:00 pm - 2:00 am

Sat - Sun

5:00 pm - 2:00 am

Price Range


Extra Phones

Phone: (972) 503-3791

Phone: (214) 699-4425

Phone: (972) 506-5603

Payment Methods

Amex, Discover, All Major Credit Cards

Other Information

Bike Parking: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Price Range : Below Average

Parking: Lot, Free

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  • Friendliest Place Around

    I'm new in town and I'm use to Chicago bars. The people in this place are all ages and some professionals! I met a Dallas Cowboys football player. A little of everything here. Service was great!

  • Don't give away your id.

    I wish I had read this before and never had to step a foot on this place. It is all true, it will take a long time for the bartenders to give you your drinks, and when you get them, and the worst of everything, they lost my DL and Credit Card. Don't expect a good treatment from the manager.

  • white trash dive bar

    the bartenders are some of the slowest ive experienced in addison/north dallas. they will look at you 3 to 4 times before eventually coming over to get your drink order. when you speak with them dont expect to be treated like a paying customer. make sure to pay cash because the employees dont have enough brains to properly run a credit card. and if you do make the mistake of using your plastic, dont expect to have your payment corrected after they screw it up. warm beers are the norm here. overall one of the worst experiences on beltline

  • Cheers for Big Beers!

    This place is near Cafe Gecko and has a great mix of people who likely have wandered off from the Sherlock's and Flying Saucer parts of Beltline.

    There's a huge oval shaped bar in the center that can be the biggest pain to get to, so order multiple drinks or wait till a waitress comes to your table. And please don't sit at the bar; we don't live in old western times. You are only making it harder for people to actually get served.

    The best parts: Big 32oz beers for $7 and the movie clips that are emitted all over the bar. contemporary to bar classics are played, however, at random parts in the night a movie clip is played from such movies as: Ron Burgundy, Ace Ventura, Top Gun, and there's even one that involves a 5 minute chase scene between a motorcyclist and a cop. Music usually accompanies each clip and everyone stops what they are doing just to watch and laugh.

    Crowd is mixed from beefed up frat guys, to casual dressed bar hoppers. Girls range from hot-esque/cute to orca's.

    Overall the diversity and the small scaled party bar feel makes it a recommended bar.

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