The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium


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The Flying Saucer Draught EmporiumThe Flying Saucer Draught Emporium

Type: Bar, Eatery

14999 Montfort Dr
Dallas, Texas, 75254-7519
United States

(972) 934-2537 | map

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Photo of oldn00b
4.3/5  rDev +5.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4.25 | food: 3.75

Flying Saucer is about as great as a chain experience can be, imho. This one doesn't disappoint. It's not as funky in terms of decor as say the Nashville location but I sort of dig the more modern, darker bar vibe.

The selection is absolutely solid. Service is hard to rate but was above average and speedy enough considering the crowd level.

Food is more or less typical bar food. Still I put Flying Saucer up there for a solid place to stop if you're visiting somewhere new and looking for a good beer (as I was).

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Photo of PhillyStyle
3.43/5  rDev -15.9%
vibe: 3.25 | quality: 3.5 | service: 2.75 | selection: 4.25 | food: 3

Visited May 2015:

Stopped by this place twice while in that part of Dallas. Overall, I got to say that this place was pretty average all the way around, except for the beer selection. They has a number of beer that were local and from the state. That was really the only area of note. The service was very underwhelming. The second night that I went, it must have taken 20 minutes to get a beer...and the place was no where near packed. The first night, I sat at the bar...again, not that packed and I had trouble getting the guys attention to get another beer. Don't get me wrong, I am all about being not being bothered by the staff, but that was over the top. Food - average for what it was. The beers that were served had no head on them. I did note that they did have a cask, yet nothing on tap while I was there and some other special offerings. Something to think about though...sometimes more is not is just more. Probably would not return.

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Photo of Weisseguy1
3.31/5  rDev -18.9%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 3.25 | selection: 4 | food: 3

Being from Houston I am a little biased. If you have no choice in the matter and you have never been to a flying saucer then this location is worth the visit. However the Houston location is overall much better than the Addison location. Selection was just as good as Houston though. I would say that the food was not impressive but neither was the Houston location. I guess the atmosphere could improve and the quality of food. But just go for the beer. Try a fligh of five five ounce samples of your choice for about 15 bucks

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Photo of stephens101
3.84/5  rDev -5.9%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.75 | food: 3.25

While on a recent Dallas weekend trip I was looking for a place to grab a good beer and watch Thunder Grizzlies game three. After calling and speaking to the helpful bartender, this place looked like it fit the bill.

The first thing I noticed was how open this place was, with patio seating and a couple of rooms off to the sides which should accommodate just about anyone's particular preference in that sense. All beer was served in the proper glassware of course. Would be surprised at the beer places that do not adhere to this, but it seems to be less common and beer drinkers become more sophisticated. Selection was good.

Prices were fair with a nice array of styles at differing price points. Started off with the fire sale Big Sky Saison then had an Abt 12 as well as some chili queso, which was nothing special, but then again chips and queso aren't supposed to be special, but just serve the purpose of getting some food in the belly. Had spent some time drinking at Deep Ellum Brewery, and was a bit fully already, so cut this visit a bit short

Waitress was nice and did her job well, but was not a firecracker, which is not a problem. I would rather get served than get chatted up to be honest. Her beer knowledge was good, and I have no complaints there. I don't expect a cicerone.

I approached my first visit to a Flying Saucer a bit apprehensive about the smoke and noise, and am pleased to say on this day that was not a problem. I left pleased, except for my not so pleasant conversation with the douche-bag who decided he wanted to watch hockey with one minute left on the clock and a tie ballgame between OKC and Memphis. I chose not to let this guy be a reflection on the establishment, but thought management could have asked him to wait until the end of the game instead of changing the channel, as it was obvious I had been cheering for the Thunder for its entirety.

Overall there's really nothing to set The Flying Saucer apart from any other good beer bar, but then again I couldn't find anything major to gripe about beyond Mr. Assholio either. Would definitely visit again if in the area.

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Photo of CuriousMonk
3.88/5  rDev -4.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 2.5

Visited this particular Flying Saucer location in Addison during a visit. Always love the ambience at Flying Saucer - with the saucers up on the walls recognizing all-time great beer drinkers to have entered the coveted doors of this place. At this woodsy location there were three different areas to sit - a semi-outdoor (in the summer) front area. A cool main seating area in the middle, and the Pub of Love, which is a smokeylounge area in the back with beat up old couches to slouch on. Sexy waitresses serving up good beer. Can't beat that! Amable tvs surrounded the area. Food was just mediocore at best. I wouldn't recommend eating here except maybe for selected apps or pizza (can't go wrong with that). I wasn't a fan of their spices that they seem to OD on just about everything. Now onto the beers - GREAT vast beer collection. I quite enjoyed their local Texas beers - I was able to try the Live Oak Oaktoberfest as well as some locals from Saint Arnolds, etc.

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Photo of LittleDon
3.4/5  rDev -16.7%
vibe: 2 | quality: 3.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Summary: Loud and smoky. What you might have expected from a Flying Saucer before more progressive smoking laws were passed.

Loud and busy on a Thursday night. Parking lot was full, hard to find a space. Atmosphere is similar to many Saucers, soft chairs, lots of picnic tables, etc. I'm docking them points because of the inescapable smoky atmosphere. (The smoking allowed in the bar area easily makes its way into the much smaller nonsmoking areas which were only separated by open doors.) Service was questionable from the wait person (serviced many around us but not us for long periods), but very good from the beer tender. I'd score the former a 2 and the later a 4.5. Score reflects the fact that most of the "service" came from the wait person. Typical FS selection, lots of regional including two beers from the only brewery I'm aware of in the Metroplex. Quality was good, in general, at least for the two drafts I wound up with. Tasted the cask first which was a good thing. Oktoberfest with a sour milk characteristic. When I told the beer tender all he said was "I don't drink cask." Would I return? Given the smoke and service, I'd look for another place first.

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Photo of Yetiman420
4.44/5  rDev +8.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5

Was able to make a quick stop on the way from a meeting to the airport.

I've been to Flying Saucer's in Nashville, Memphis, and Little Rock and have found them to be a solid choice when seeking out good beer in less-than-desirable beer areas.

I began at a table near the bar and eventually moved to one of the comfy couches in the back when Texas' outdated indoor smoking policy prevented me from enjoying my beers.

I began with the Live Oak hefe which I've been wanting to try for the longest time and was not let down. From there, I went with the 5 beer sampler - Live Oak pils, 512 two, Real Ale full moon rye PA, Franconia dunkel, 512 pecan cask. Getting all these quality TX beers on tap at a single stop speaks volumes about the focus on good beer at FS. In fact no crap on tap or in bottles as far as I'm concerned. If a good beer is available in the area, the can or will have it.

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Photo of treque
4.13/5  rDev +1.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Awesome place!! this place made me a beer lover, the samples are very usefull and all recommendations were apporpiated

Whenever I come back to US for sure i will lock forward to go again and again.

What I appreciate the most are the different offers they have amd the promos, you could get an Obama pint or special bottles with the brand on it.

The food was nice, and the atmosphere it was good enough, it was kind of empty but probably it was just not a busy day.

Nice selection on draft, bottle and some cans, they have some out of stock but that is ok

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Photo of RobertTh3Texian
3.6/5  rDev -11.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 2.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5

I love Flying Saucers all over, but this one on this day in dueche town central pissed me off. They had six different taps up one the wall that I couldn't drink because of the fact that they were out or as with the (512) Pecan Porter, they couldn't serve until the dist. got there. While a legitament reason, why on earth were they out of so much beer and why were the taps still up their. One of the taps had "been gone for like a week". I understand this is a busy local and they go through a lot of this very tasty beer but if the taps are spent, either take them off the wall or put a tap sock on it like FS usually do. Plus my waitress seemed to be pissed that I was only ordering from their list of beers that they aint got. Other than that good day. Got some Festena Peche and Live Oak Hefe. But for shame on your customer service this day.

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Photo of SunDevilBeer
3.95/5  rDev -3.2%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Stopped in for happy hour on a Wednesday night.

Don't remember specifically what the special was (either happy hour or whatever the theme was), but everything was reasonably priced. Massive selection of TX beers and national brands, but also too many BMC and other useless brands.

Scantily-clad servers are all around. Everyone's friendly enough though they can't really chat about craft beer. Not a big deal for me.

Had a Rahr's beer that was very tasty, then had a New Belgium Ranger IPA (yum) & 1 other forgettable national craft. I had low expectations for the bratwurst nachos, but they were loaded and had alot of flavor.

Was shocked to see people smoking - there are places in the US that still allow this obnoxious behavior? (Off soap-box). Dug the atmosphere but this dragged it down. It got busy and the place had a haze of smoke. Blech.

Been to a few of the other FS spots and this one compares favorably. Worth a stop if you're in N Dallas/Addison.

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Photo of Dixonian
2.58/5  rDev -36.8%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 2.5 | service: 2 | selection: 3.5 | food: 2

The Flying Saucers are usually great-I love going to the lake and forth worth locations as they're truly quality joints. I don't know if its the management or being in Addison but this location fails on almost every level. The brewery nights on Wednesdays are horribly orchistrated, there seems to be no rhyme or reason as to what beers are included on happy hour special or are going to be served in a small goblet as opposed to a full pint (the menu indicates some beers as "not pint nite special" but this means nothing), and almost no one that works there knows anything about beer. What little they do know is wrong. What bothers me the most is I live less than a mile from this location but rarely go as I leave annoyed most every time I do. A huge waste of what usually is an incredible establishment.

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Photo of GJ40
4.28/5  rDev +4.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3.5

I visited with some co-workers while in Dallas on business.

The Addison location is very different than the other two Flying Saucers that I've been to (Houston & Raleigh). It's in a newer shopping area and a building that seems to have been built specifically for this purpose. But it works and in fact seems to fit right into the area. It was packed when we were there on a Wednesday night.

The tap list, as with the others, is long and impressive. They're got lots of Americans, Belgians and other Europeans. I went with an Anchor Steam and a Ska Decadent Imperial IPA. The food is pretty good bar food but not outstanding. We had a quesadilla, pretzel and rocket tots.

The Addison location, while in a different setting, does not disappoint.

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Photo of 86sportster883
4.35/5  rDev +6.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 3.5

Monday's Fire Sale - most pints $2.75. Can't beet that.

Started with Dale's Pale Ale (regularly $4.75) from Oskar Blues. Then I noticed the New Arrivals board that included: Avery's Kaiser, Left Hand's 400lb Monkey, Sierra Nevada's Anniversary, New Belgium's 2 degree Below, Big Sky's Moose Drool and Stone's 13th. I went with the Stone which was an amazing brew; strong, dark and warmingly intoxicating.

After my second sip of the Stone, I decided I'd better order food if I was planning to stay for another. I ordered the Bratwurst platter ($8.99) w/German potato salad and kraut. The food was decent and, as usual, there wasn't much left on my plate when I was done.

My final beer is the Stone 09.09.09. Compared to the 13th this is fruitier, less hoppy and with a drier finish. Another good beer, from among the multitude of excellent beers available on tap and in bottles at the Flying Saucer.

I would highly recommend this place based on the beer alone, but the service and atmosphere make this a must stop place when in the DFW area.

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Photo of rtepiak
3.41/5  rDev -16.4%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5

i have been coming here for about 2 year and get more and more disappointed with it each time i go. can i say it... there is too many taps. some of the stuff doesn't turn over in time. great place for fresh harp of shiner. but some stuff although great can be pretty mediocre coming out. and it seem the distributors seems to have a problem keeping the beer shipped in properly stored. 512 cask was unfinishable. you'll always find a better batch, of texas beer particularly, elsewhere. the bottles are safe. for most. really depends on if the persons you order if from looks a bit confused when you order it... then its probably a no go... come on sunday or monday night its 3 dollar taps. for most things at least. and its totally dead in comparison to the rest of the week.

for texas a bit pricey. sort of a yuppy spot for food... but hey... we're talking midwest here. and they fit right in. a consistent variety of some heavy hitters from around the world style wise. a good place if you like the 'fresh beer out of the tap' thing. a lot of taps that feature a large selection of stuff. mostly american(70%)... then some english, german and beligan. pretty good with a local selection. they have live oat, franconia, as well as others. bottles are a bit pricey. but the boulevard brewery is extremely cheap for some reason... this is the place that will show you the extent of north dallas' distribution rights. they have most of it. go here get a feel on your possibilities.

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Photo of BasementBrewerSF
3.75/5  rDev -8.1%
vibe: 2 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

The selection of beers impressed me. 200 something taps wrapping around behind the bar with interesting and traditional tap handles. The only problem is they seem to keep the same taps on all the time. While there are quite a few, I always like to see a new tap or special release move its way in.

The establishment was quite large which reduced the atmosphere from a nice pub to a large restaurant type bar. It reminded me of a Chilie's or Applebee's rather than a local pub.

The bartender was very knowledgeable about the beers. I went on a weekday afternoon, about 1 or 2pm, and the bar was almost empty so the bartender might have been more interested in talking than if they had been busy.

My favorite part of this bar is the membership card or UFO card. You can swipe your card when you enter and it tells you which beers you have tried and which you have left to try. They keep all the info in their computer system for you, and when you have had one of every beer, you get a prize of some sort that hangs on the walls. I think it was a plate. Similar to Bukowski's in Boston that gives out glasses with dead writers on it to the drinker who has tried a similar number of beers. I think this is a briliant idea so you never have the same beer twice, unless you want to.

I visit DFW three or four times a year and make the Saucer a regular habbit when I return.

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Photo of MrHungryMonkey
4.4/5  rDev +7.8%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

Probably my favorite bar in DFW.

Nice atmosphere: dark, smoky, and full of people most of time. Also there's a King Tut on the bar. The decor was well-designed/installed. It's well done.

Never had a problem with quality. Always fresh beer, and plenty of it.

Great service. All the wait/bar-staff are helpful, friendly, and knowledgeable. The waitresses have had most of the beers and can talk about them. That's nice.

If it's not the best tap selection in DFW, it's close to it. It's varied and it changes frequently enough for me.

If there's somewhere 'round here better, I've yet to find it. Please tell me where it is.

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Photo of positiverpr
4.38/5  rDev +7.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

no limited or special taps while i was there. good selection of beer and staff fairly knowledgeable albeit not excited about beer and not your typical "beer geek waiter" (read they are all hot). no complaints about the service but i wasnt really able to interest them in beer conversation(see above). most of the other patrons didnt strike me as really beer people, although the lady next to me did say "your sloggin'" when i was pouring my la fin du monde. there was enough smoke to be noticeable but not overly offensive. several texas taps, stone and other widely available craft beers, and the usual abbey/trappists. my beers were served appropriately in both temperature and glassware and the beer was in good shape. prices were acceptable. overall i would frequent the establishment if i lived here but would like to bring along more "beer folks". it was slightly loud for me but for the average age person present the night that i was there, it was what i would expect.

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Photo of Bobdope
4.35/5  rDev +6.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3

This place is great I have visited a few Flying Sauces Bars, and it is always a great time. That have a huge variety of beers, at decent prices. This is the kind of place you just want to keep trying everything. I reiterate, a lot of fun. The food is pretty good. Get the Rocket Tots. You won't be disappointed. I played Quizzo on a Wednesday night. That was cool, but the dude that ran it in Dallas was not. I do have to say my table and I had a great time picking on him. It is pretty easy for this Kid Rock want to be to be the but of every joke at your table. Other than that, Great Great Great. Also the Dallas establishment had a dude in the bathroom watching everybody pee and trying to wash there hands. Thanks dude, but no need for this.

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Photo of jim102864
3.35/5  rDev -17.9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 2.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3

Something like the third FS I've visited across this great land. Probably the least friendly and inviting of all of 'em, but still a good place to get above-average beer in a somewhat difficult city to get good beer. Addison is a bit of a drive and northwest of Dallas proper. Nearly all of the FS's have visually appealing waitresses so it was a first that this place frankly did not. Not that that's the most important thing to most patrons, but given the way they dress them up in all locations, ie plaid "school girl" skirts and tshirts, and given the proximity to Dallas, you'd expect more. Hard to get used to smoking in bars again, however, thankfully, other than the loser in the goofy cowboy hat and boots sucking on Marlboros with his gal, and drinking Bud (what else?)the annoyance was kept to a minimum. The scene was basically the same as the others too what with the pennies lined along the wall of taps behind the bar and the plates everywhere and leather couches in one corner. This bar seated about 15. Rather quiet night (a Wednesday in February). The chick behind the bar was rather aloof and humorless as was her equally young, muscle bound (and damn proud of it) colleague who came in later. As to the beer, probably the limpest selection of the locations I've visited but that's all relative given the low expectations you have to have in this part of the country. Prices are expensive (ie a bomber of St Bernardus Abt 12 for $16; a bomber of Allagash Dubbel for $14) yet some selections were typical for even my more expensive region of the country, such as a bomber of Avery Reverend for $11, which I enjoyed first. I had to go that way since they were out of both my first and second choices, Tilburg's Dutch Brown and Duvel (how can you run out of Duvel?) respectively. I finished my visit with a Koningshoeven Dubbel Trappist. Overall a decent stop in an area with relatively few decent options. If the staff can shake the 'tudes and smile every now and again, that would be an improvement.

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Photo of Beertracker
4.16/5  rDev +2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5

This is probably my third favorite Texas Flying Saucer location next to the Ft. Worth & Houston locations. The beer selection is always very good-excellent and the service is usually timely & efficient especially early in the afternoon, but good luck getting a parking spot much less to the bar on a busy weekend night. If there's a band playing then plan on paying a cover charge and getting crappy service. I recommend stopping by on Sundays for $2.50 Texas brewed pints or Mondays for $2.50 any pints or Wednesdays for brew pint night where you buy the beer and keep the logo glass. Join the UFO Club and drink beer at the Flying Saucer!

CHEERS! Beertracker

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Photo of dirtsocks
4.53/5  rDev +11%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

I heard of this place on Beeradvocate and i was at a pub near by and asked one of my friends if he wanted to brave the cold(40something) and walk over to the flying saucer to drink some quality brews. We made our way here and right off the bat this place looked good. The walls are covered with saucers from random places and of people who have drank over 200different beers their. They have 2.50 pint night on mondays and other specials throughout the week, the selection was great and they even use proper glassware for the style of brew. The food was good and everything was reasonably priced. Overall this place is a must go if looking for good beers in the area.

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Photo of skillerified
3.11/5  rDev -23.8%
vibe: 3 | quality: 2.5 | service: 2 | selection: 5

I'm a frequent visitor of the Fort Worth location, so I'm familiar with the Flying Saucer franchise, but this was my first time out to the Addison location.

The atmosphere pretty much felt like most other sports bars to me. I wasn't really impressed with the seating the place, lots of benches, not backed chairs. Makes it hard to get comfortable. It was pretty loud as well. Might have been better on the patio out back, but that was full when we got there, which brings up another point - the place was really crowded, mostly college aged people too. Not my kind of crowd, unfortunately. I'll still call this a typical sports bar atmosphere, but not really what I've come to expect from the Flying Saucer.

Not sure if it was just this night or not, but there seemed to be an off taste in the beer I had. My wife got the same thing in her cider. I didn't ask anyone else who was with us, so can't vouch for the whole crowd, but I can't score the place high on quality either. My beer was served a little too cold too. Again, normal for most places, but sub-par by Flying Saucer standards.

The service was particularly bad. I spent most of the night watching our server sit and chat with other tables while we were waiting to order another round. By the time we flagged her down, we had to go. So, no second round. And it's not like we were rushed either, we spent at least a good 90 minutes in the place. I probably could have been a little more persistant in trying to get her attention, but I shouldn't have to do that.

The selection, of course, is as good as it gets for beer bars around here. No complaints in this area. And the wonderful $2.50 pint night makes up for many ills.

All in all, probably just a bad night for the Addison Saucer. I'd give them another shot. Even if the things that were bad on my particular visit were consistent weaknesses, I'd come back for the selection alone (until someone else matches it, of course). Just glad I live on the Fort Worth side of town.

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Photo of turbine2475
4.44/5  rDev +8.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5

Moved down here a while ago for school and had heard this place from over 30 min away. The other day I had a friend who needed to make a trip down to the area so I rode along. Started having a great time as soon as we walked in. Over a hundred taps followed by over a hundred bottles. Not like most tap bars in that every brew was served in the glass that best influenced the full flavor of the beer not just pints and mugs. Prices were relatively cheap and had sports going with a live band that started shortly before we left. Overall a great experience and look forward to going there agian.

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Photo of KodyBrannon
5/5  rDev +22.5%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5

This place is a beer drinkers heaven. Over 200 different kinds of beer available. Some beers are a little pricey, but overall, it is reasonable. You can go to this bar many times over and never drink the same beer twice if you want. And Another plus is that they will always be rotating their menu to add new beers and have more specialty beers during the different seasons. This place has become one of my main hangouts. I love it so much, that I joined the UFO club and am on a quest to drink 200 different beers. I Recomend this place to anyone who loves beer and or just wants to not drink the same few beers most every other resturant and bar serve.

::Edit:: Went back to the saucer this weekend, and decided i needed to up my review, becuase to me, this place is the perfect bar. many beers and a fun atmosphere with great service.

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Photo of casadebia
4.45/5  rDev +9.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Flying Saucer in Addison is a great place to go if you are tired of the same old dance club. There is a great selection here with a menu that is very helpful along with the chalkboard to remind you of seasonals and new arrivals. I have never had a problem with skunked beer. The music is actually tollerable on some nights and is not always too loud to think. There is a realaxing and somewhat dark ambiance here where u can sit and enjoy your beer after a long day under glowing flourescents. Darts are available along with many different themed nights such as trivia, brewers nights, and live entertainment. Finding a good seat on busy nights can be tough but shouldnt be a problem if you arrive before 9:30. They provide a good cheese and meat sampler to compliment your beer choice, while it may be a little expensive it is worth it in my opinion. Overall the prices are about on par with bars of this sort. The staff attempt to be very helpful but can sometimes be a little slow due to the amount of people. This is my favorite bar in dallas since the ufo club(drink 200 beers get plate on the wall with name on it) gives me something to aim for.

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The Flying Saucer Draught Emporium in Dallas, TX
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