Below is a list of the top and leading Pubs in Dallas. To help you find the best Pubs located near you in Dallas, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Dallas’ Best Pubs:
The top rated Pubs in Dallas are:
- Cannon’s Corner Irish Pub – is the first neighborhood Irish Pub and restaurant in Oak Cliff
- The Crafty Irishman Public House – is the leading of its variety in downtown Dallas
- The Old Monk – has become a favorite with locals whether they be meeting friends for a casual bite
- Cold Beer Company – is a locality-friendly bar with an emphasis on beer, cocktails, homemade food
- Hide – likes creating cocktails with brave flavor combinations that push the boundaries of the cocktail experience
Cannon’s Corner Irish Pub
Cannon’s Corner Irish Pub is the first neighborhood Irish Pub and restaurant in Oak Cliff. Cannon’s proposed a wide variety of menu items from hardy starters such as Irish O’s, crispy beer-battered onion rings, scotch eggs, and corned beef cabbage and rolls. Created in 2019, Cannon’s is situated in Oak Cliff.
All-day breakfast items comprise traditional Irish breakfast, two eggs any style, Irish bacon, sausage, black and white pudding, tomatoes, mushrooms, beans, hash and brown bread, gluten-free avocado toast, a coffee program served all day. Their amiable staff will cater to your every need and will be able to hold any sports requests that you have.
Menus, Drinks, Events, Private Parties, Catering
“A perfect neighborhood pub with friendly staff, on-point service, and fantastic Irish fare. The traditional Irish breakfast is not to be missed. They have also remodeled to create better separation in light of Covid-19, with an added benefit of allowing you to have some buffering of the overall noise of the restaurant and have a more intimate experience at both the bar and the tables. So glad to have them in the neighborhood.” – Myke F.
The Crafty Irishman Public House
The Crafty Irishman Public House is the leading of its variety in downtown Dallas. A distance from the swarming sports bars and formal dining just blocks away, local residents and businesses alike will find a small gathering place of familiar faces, tempting dishes, and bottomless taps.
Domestic ownership and operated by a Dublin local, every detail of The Crafty Irishman is deeply rooted in Irish tradition. Blase accents provide the perfect backdrop to slip out of Dallas and into the land of a thousand welcomes.
Menus, Drinks, Specials, Events, Catering, Gift cards
“Amazing experience, amazing selection as you can see in the pictures. I had the vegan Shepard’s pie and it was DELICIOUS! Great portion, the taste was on point and it came out really quick. The bartender was awesome too! Beer could be colder.” – Stephani S.
The Old Monk
The Old Monk is located on significant Henderson Avenue which has an energetic nightlife after dark and great antique shopping during the day. In holding with the area, the Old Monk is completed out with many antiques and older pub pieces comprising lights from a monastery in Pennsylvania, a back bar from a chemist’s store in England, and turn of the epoch altar door. Although only started in 1998, the Monk gives the soothe of a long-established pub and has become a favorite with locals whether they be meeting friends for a casual bite.
Cocktails & Wine, Beer, Food Menu, Brunch, Whiskey, Coffee Menu
“The customer service is GREAT! Food is good & drinks are plentiful! Great place to sit outside & enjoy some Texas sunshine with friends or your pup! Highly recommend this place! Additionally, during Covid, the tables remained distanced enough that I never felt unsafe!” – Bobby Shane P.
Cold Beer Company
Cold Beer Company is a local, locality-friendly bar with an emphasis on beer, cocktails, homemade food, and a great atmosphere. Situated at the corner of main and exposition they give a great mix of twenty-four local, import, and American craft beer on draft every day. They also have a full-service bar with a few specialty cocktails.
They are dog-and-bike friendly. Cold Beer Company takes pride in offering the best in local and craft beers, unique specialty cocktails, and a great selection of tasty bar bites. Come watch the game, bring your dog, or enjoy the weather on their huge outdoor patio, in a casual environment in trendy deep Ellum.
Beer, Cocktails, Homemade Food
“Love this place – very bike-friendly. You can usually find cyclists there. Great selection of beers, friendly staff, good food. Mon night $6 pints can’t be beat. I think I love the most though because they installed outdoor heaters. It’s best to be outside during Covid and CBC upgraded their patio. Well done.” – Shannon G.
Hide likes creating cocktails with brave flavor combinations that push the boundaries of the cocktail experience, with combinations that people have never tasted before, and creating space for people to hang out, create genuine connections with other people and just calm down a bit. They craft their own cocktail flavorings, mixers, and garnishes.
They prepare their ingredients in not-so-common ways but it’s not really about how they do it. It’s about the quality of the experience they share and setting their guests up to really enjoy their time at their place.
Menu, Spirit Socialism, Private parties
“Absolutely the best bar ever! I am very much so into gin drinks. The best gimlet ever is the Southside cocktail. I will come here every Friday from now on. I see they have brunch so I may just have to sleep here on the weekends. The food is great, the vibe is great, the drinks kill. I see why this place has won the awards it has. My brother said it’s our new spot!” – Shimada Y.
Shera Elliott graduated from the New Mexico State University with a major in biology and a minor in Biological Basis of Behavior & Health Care Management. Shera grew up in Los Angeles, but moved to Las Cruces for college. Shera has written for several major publications including the Albuquerque Journal and NPR. Shera is a community reporter and also covers stories important important to all Americans.