This Nacho Mountain Destroys All Other Nachos
1. Angry Dog2726 Commerce St, Dallas
2. Ten Bells Tavern232 W 7th St, Dallas
3. Sauced Wings & More4152 W Spring Creek Pkwy, Plano
4. Sakhuu4801 Bryan St, Ste 100, Dallas
5. Union Park1311 Main St., Dallas
6. Henry's Tavern5741 Legacy Dr, Plano
7. Vernon's Grill5290 Belt Line Rd, Dallas
8. Buffalo Bros Pizza Wings & Subs3015 S University Dr, Fort Worth
An award-winning burger joint that's been around since 1990 and has some of the best wings in DFW. Another must-try is their Grifter’s Queso, with ground beef, sour cream, guacamole & a side of salsa.
A small, casual space with dark wood accents, low-key lighting, and the walls covered with eclectic framed images, Ten Bells has all the charm of a traditional English pub with all the southern goodness of a comfort food-centric menu. The locals favor Ten Bells for their hearty brunch menu, but honestly those short rib cheese fries taste exceptional at any meal—especially late night. Try the Duck Confit Hash or the Smoked Salmon Benedict, but don’t worry they have your traditional country breakfast options like sausage and eggs. They keep you guessing with an ever-changing list of craft cocktails, and host pub trivia on Wednesdays.
Centering a clean strip-center space with angelic flying bottles on the wall, Sauced is the dripping brainchild of an A&M grad who, back in College Station, would serially brain-pick a local wing-chain honcho for tips. He's now perfected his recipe and slings some of the best wings in DFW.
Casual delicious Thai food from a family that's been in the business for over 10yrs.
This sports-centric den of inebrity sports two rooms: one anchored around a 55ft, 30-tap bar made of concrete they poured themselves; and another evoking the frat house you wish you'd lived in, with a pair of 70-inchers showing UFC and boxing, plus PS3 stations backed by an AstroTurf wall, pool tables, and couches to retire to once some d*ck with his own stick whoops you in pool.
The sprawling, brick-accented interior's centered around a 100-tap rectangular bar stationed under a sextet of flat-screens, which will seem like a dozen-tet after you suck down locals like Velvet Hammer & Hopp Trapp, Greater Texans like Devil's Backbone and Rio Blanco, and nationals like Ballast Point Calico, Breckenridge Agave, and Oregon's Rogue Dead Guy.
Head here to feast on cheesy Idaho nachos (Tex-Mexed tractor tread potatoes) and drink $2.75 wells all Sunday as you root for a repeat, or, if you're a Clay Matthews, Jr. fan, a wash/rinse/repeat.