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Flying Saucer - 11 Reviews - 14999 Montfort Dr, Dallas, TX - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (972) 934-2537
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Flying Saucer

14999 Montfort Dr
Dallas, TX 75254
(972) 934-2537
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When me and my friends go we always have a good time, plenty of options for a different type of beer if your willing to try them. The decor is really great as well. You will not b...


On nights when a Live Band plays here, the Flying Saucer charges a $3 cover at the door. If you do not carry cash (like me), you can leave your drivers license with the doorman a...

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Veggie Pizza 3/29/2006

You really must try the veggie pizza. The tangy artichoke hearts clash well with sweet purple onions and meaty black olives, with colorful red peppers and silky cheese. The crust is usually crisp, but it's just as delicious soggy. Certainly the perfect morning-after food. Delicious cold and east to eat in bed, lying down with a towel over your head. :) more

Great Place to Kick Back and Relax 8/11/2005

First of all, have like 100+ different beers from arount the wordl and their drinks, while somewhat pricey, are a good value--they use to-quality roducts and generously fill yout glass. The waitstaff is anttentive and the clintele is generall nice as well. They have live music, when is almost university loved, especilall as they often have covers of class songs with a new twist on them. The drinks come out quicklty, and they have another room with plush furthinutre (not to mention video games, to please all sorts of people. I recommmend it higly---it's casual enough not to have to worryn, but it' ipscale int that bartenderes and stadd to do hest to make cusomters feel papermperd and attemded to. more

good place to go 8/5/2005

Its recipes began as a hobby for Dave Anderson, who opened his first 'cue shack in Hayward, Wisc., in 1994. Now a national phenomenon, the restaurants cater to diners who dig into finger-licking-tasty meat. The menu features chopped pork, Texas brisket, baby back ribs and fire-kissed chicken slathered with signature sauces like vinegary Georgia Mustard. Entrees, some of which arrive atop a garbage can lid, come with corn on the cob, drunken apples, baked beans or slaw. more
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  • The Scene
    Wood paneling and mustard-colored walls are blanketed by vintage commemorative plates; the dim room crammed with comfy leather sofas and bistro tables and chairs. Thirsty...

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