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1. Jack Mac's Swill & Grill19009 Preston Rd , Dallas
2. Battuto18101 Preston Rd, Dallas
3. Coffee House Cafe6150 Frankford Rd, Dallas
4. The Mucky Duck5064 Addison Cir, Addison
5. Pastazios5026 Addison Cir, Addison
6. Addison Point4578 Belt Line Rd, Addison
7. Lazaranda5000 Belt Line Rd, Dallas
8. Chamberlain's Cigar Lounge5330 Belt Line Rd, Addison
If you're a fan of burgers, pizza, paninis, beer, or rhyming, you'll definitely come back to Jack Mac's.
From a couple who hosted a morning radio show in Dallas for the last eight years, Battuto is a casual Italian joint erected in the former Preston & Frankford home of Bill Bates Cowboy Grill and Grover's -- a beloved bar that clearly couldn't Ernie enough money.
More than just a cafe, this coffeehouse/restaurant/caterer provides an extensive menu of health-conscious plates for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, in addition to a full-service espresso bar and other energizing libations. A spacious outdoor patio and regularly scheduled live music, speaking series, and happy hours are added bonuses of this local favorite. The convenient drive thru window for breakfast items and coffee is an additional plus if you're on the go and craving joe.
A neighborhood dive bar from the guys behind Ringo's Pub, Zen Bar, and Scruffy Duffies, with sports always on, darts, and delicious eats.
The Addison location of the Brooklyn-style pizza/Italian joint, with delicious food made by real New Yorkers.
Because being an athlete is really akin to being an artist, AP is a sports bar that also specializes in karaoke. Plus, they've got Comedy Tuesdays and all-you-can-eat pasta, meat balls, and catfish nights.
This open-kitchen 100-seater boasts a Talavera-lined, L-shaped granite bar whose garage door allows both inside & patio seating, slatted spherical wooden chandeliers, Frida reproductions touting Latin cuisine, and a 10ft Pisces sculpture made almost entirely out of zarandas -- a tool for grilling fish.
A complete overhaul of the meat palace's 60-capacity special events room, the Lounge was inspired after Chamberlain's chef/owner discovered hordes of former Javier's/Del Frisco's/Nick & Sam's patrons in his suddenly smokier bar; the resulting wood-defined retro-luxe den is flush with distressed leather couches, monolithic low slung tables, gaudily upholstered high-back chairs, a trio of flat screens, a faux baby grand w/ grafted-on bar seating, and a few dining tables for those with a talent for double-barreled inhaling. Plus, it's attached to a meat palace. So there's that, too.