Tammany Hall Iris Pub

1223 W. McDermott Drive
Allen, TX 75013

(214) 383-3680

Great place to stop in and hang out. Warm atmosphere, great service, fun. Feels like it's been there a lot longer than it has, just very comfortable. Last time i was there the entire bar was visiting and joking among the different groups - really made you feel like you were with friends... with Beer! How great is that?
The Old Monk

2847 N Henderson Ave
Dallas, TX 75206
(214) 821-1880

Situated at the corner of North Henderson Avenue and Willis Avenue is The Old Monk, an antique-inspired local pub favorite that opened its doors in the late nineties. This is a serious pub with a great beer list, they have a patio, and there is a brunch menu with drink specials on Sunday mornings. Great beer selection and good bar food. This is a great place to hang out, drink, and talk w/ good friends.. The interior is dark like a pub/bar should be.
The Irish Rover

8250 Gaylord Pkwy # 5
Frisco, TX 75034-8538
(214) 618-6222

Since opening in 2002, the Irish Rover has been serving Irish and English fare, including Corned Beef and Cabbage, Shepherd’s pie and Scotch eggs.  Our menu is diverse offering something for everyone. Pull up a chair to the bar! Thirsty??  Not a problem at the Irish Rover. We have more than 35 beers to choose from on tap as well as an excellent selection of liquors and wine.
Capital Pub

2401 N Henderson Ave
Dallas, TX 75206-6942
(214) 887-9330

It could be the hip Henderson Avenue address or the cozy bar-and-grill vibe. No matter. There's something special about Capitol Pub and its classic, no-frills, heavy-on-the-hollandaise eggs Benedict. Pierce the yolk of the perfectly poached eggs and sop up every last golden drop. Wash it down with Capitol's spicy Bloody Mary. It's Sunday morning at its brunch best.
The Holy Grail

8240 Preston Rd
Plano, TX 75024
(972) 377-6633

Christened for its location at the corner of Henderson and Capitol, the latest venture from Irishman Peter Kinney (The Dubliner, Old Monk and Idle Rich) has been drawing crowds since its November opening. The Lure? A laid-back neighborhood ambience, stepped-up bar food (sirloin burgers, seared rare tuna salad, pork shanks in mango chipotle sauce) and a huge selection of international beer, wine, champagne, and Scotch and Irish whiskeys. Good to know: Spots on the shady wraparound porch go first, especially during peak times on Friday and Saturday evenings and Sunday brunch.