If you work or live in Addison or the North Dallas Corridor, you already know the Corridor has plenty of restaurants and bars. But where are the hot late-night spots in the Corridor? We’ll reveal four hot late-night spots sure to fulfill your party needs.
The Flying Saucer; 14999 Montfort Dr.
With nearly 250 beers available, this place is all about beer. The Flying Saucer is the place to be for beer nerds and newbies alike. This hot late-night spot features local craft brew on tap, including good stuff from Revolver, Four Corners and Lakewood.
Featuring a laid-back atmosphere, tap and live music nights, you’re sure to have a casual, good time at the Saucer. Plus, this place gives you the opportunity to drink lots of delicious beer (not at one time, of course) and become immortalized on their “Ring of Honor” wall. Talk about some serious, hard-earned bragging rights.
Londoner; 14930 Midway Rd.
As the go-to pub to watch live soccer games, this British-style joint moonlights as a hot late-night spot for beer and pub food fans. As one of three locations, Londoner Addison has retained its place as a solid bar for social gatherings.
Brick walls, dim lighting, darts, pool and HD TVs make this place feel comfy. Maybe patrons keep returning to this pub because of its impressive menu of scotch, whiskey and beer. Nearly 30 scotches and whiskeys and about 75 types of beers are available to please thirsty pub crawlers.
The Social House; 5100 Belt Line Rd. #410, Village on the Parkway
Good cocktails, fine wine and tasty beer make this place a hot late-night spot. DJs, dancing and shot specials are also reasons why The Social House is a popular party destination.
Featuring a wood-laden interior, faint lighting, awesome outdoor patio, more than 50 beers on draft and a notable wine list, this place was made for revelry. With video DJs spinning on Fridays and Saturdays and a 123-inch HD projector, it’s no wonder The Social House is “known for the best house parties in Addison!”
Xsheesha Hookah Lounge & Grill; 3712 Belt Line Rd.
Out of all the hot late-night spots highlighted, this BYOB, hookah and DJ lounge is truly the place to be after 2 a.m. Xsheesha stays open until 3:30 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, filling a Corridor-area late-night void.
Featuring more than 40 flavors of tobacco, including “tiger’s blood,” and a small Mediterranean menu, this is the go-to place for the after-party. With canopied seating areas, brightly-colored lounge chairs and an attractive crowd, this newly-opened hookah lounge is a must-hit spot for night owls.