Back in March, we pulled together our list of The Best Damn Sports Bars in DFW. You voted, and The Pour House prevailed. The World Series gives us another reason to revisit some of the standouts:
Traditional sports bars
Fox and Hound, (multiple area locations): The granddaddy of Fort Worth sports bars. 604 Main St., Fort Worth. 817-338-9200; www.tentcorp.com
BoomerJack's Grill & Bar, Bedford: Snag a spot on the patio and dig into the Super Bowl nachos. 2300 W. Airport Freeway, Bedford (the newest BoomerJack's opens Thursday in Lincoln Square in Arlington.). 817-267-0267; www.boomerjack.com.
Pour House, Fort Worth: Same chill atmosphere and good food, plus lots of TVs. 2725 W. Seventh St., Fort Worth. 817-335-2575; www.pourhousefw.com.
Frankie's, Dallas: A legendary Uptown hot spot. (Sundance Square gets a Frankie's before the Super Bowl.) 3227 McKinney Ave., Dallas. 214-999-8932; www.frankiesbar.com.
Humperdink's, Arlington: Walking distance to Rangers Ballpark, and they brew their own beer. 700 Six Flags Drive, Arlington (other area locations). 817-640-8553; www.humperdinks.com.
Bobby V's Sports Gallery Cafe, Arlington: Named for former Rangers manager Bobby Valentine, this place is stocked with sports memorabilia. Its signature is the boxing ring in which you can sit and eat. 4301 S. Bowen Road, Arlington. 817-467-9922; www.bobbyvsports.com.
Baker St. Pub & Grill, Fort Worth: Fish and chips, and tons of TVs. What else do you need? 6333 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth. 817-377-9772; www.sherlockspubco.com.
Woody's Tavern, Fort Worth: Old-school sports bar with lots of TVs and great beer specials. No menu, but you can't get pizza delivered from next door. 4744 Bryant Irvin Road, St. 946, Fort Worth, 817-732-4936.
High-end sports spots
Texan Station Sports Bar, in the Gaylord Texan: The lounge's calling card is the huge TV. By huge, we mean more than 50 feet wide. Feet, not inches. 1501 Gaylord Trail, Grapevine. 817-778-2210; www.gaylordhotels.com.
Cool River Cafe, Las Colinas: The bar area is full of TVs, including a massive one in the center. There is also a cigar lounge and pool tables. Tear into one of their great steaks while watching all the games. 1045 Hidden Ridge, Irving. 972-871-8881; www.coolrivercafe.com.
Whiskey & Rye , Fort Worth: It's inside the Omni Hotel and has flat-screens everywhere you turn. It also serves Fort Worth's very own Rahr & Sons beer. 1300 Houston St., Fort Worth. 817-535-6664; www.omnihotels.com.
Houlihan's Bar & Grill, Arlington Highlands: Another bar-restaurant that attracts the big-time sports fan. We loved the fact that the game's sound is on. 401 E. Interstate 20, Arlington (also in Dallas and Garland). 817-375-3863; www.houlihans.com.
Bone Daddy's, Grapevine: If you love beautiful girls, cold beer and sports, you simply can't do better. 1720 William D. Tate Ave., Grapevine (also in Arlington and Dallas). 817-251-0835; www.bonedaddys.com.
Twin Peaks, Addison: It has the feel of a country lodge that you never want to leave. 5260 Belt Line Road, Addison (also in Bedford and throughout the area). 972-503-7325; www.twinpeaksrestaurant.com.
Jakes Hamburgers, Fort Worth: The newest location, in west Fort Worth, is a cool place to watch games, and you can't beat the big burgers. 6333 Camp Bowie Blvd., Suite 240, Fort Worth (other area locations). 817-737-5253; www.jakesburgers.net.
Hooters, Dallas' West End: The "World's Largest Hooters." Nuff said. 2201 N. Lamar St., Dallas. 214-979-9464; www.hooterstexas.com.
3rd Base Sports Bar & Grill, Arlington: The bar offers great views of TVs wherever you turn and its only a punt or two away from Cowboys Stadium. 812 Arlington Downs Road, Arlington. 817-633-8720; www.thirdbase-sportsbar.com.
Ojos Locos, Dallas and Fort Worth: Spanish for "Crazy Eyes," you won't believe your eyes at this Latin-themed breastaurant. 10230 E Technology Blvd Dallas. 972-354-5626. (Downtown Fort Worth location slated to open in late January) ojoslocos.com.
Pluckers Wing Bar, Arlington Highlands: We counted 52 flat-screens and about as many flavors of wings. 4000 Bagpiper Way, Suite 140, Arlington. 817-784-2473; www.pluckers.com.
Hooters, North Collins in Arlington: Sure we love the waitresses, but the boneless wings platter ($5.99 on Wednesdays) is awesome as well. This place will be packed for the Series. 1511 N. Collins St., Arlington. 817-265-3861; www.hooterstexas.com.
Buffalo Wild Wings, Fort Worth: In what was once a Don Pablo's, this Buffalo Wild Wings has two levels with a good bar upstairs that includes a patio. 5601 S. Hulen St., Fort Worth (many area locations). 817-423-2999; www.buffalowildwings.com.
Buffalo Bros Pizza Wings & Subs: A cool TCU-area hangout with really good wings and pizza. 3015 S. University Drive, Fort Worth. 817-386-9601; www.buffalobrostx.com.
Wingstop, multiple locations: They've served more than a billion (with a "B") wings, so it's hard to argue with that kind of success. www.wingstop.com.