Get creative at The Mansion Bar and build your own martini. The options are endless—vodka or gin, dry or dirty, blue cheese or cocktail onion garnishes. Sit back and sip while you listen to live tunes at the sumptuous bar nestled in Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek. 2821 Turtle Creek Blvd.
Everything about Café Pacific reflects the classy, elegant vibe of its Highland Park origins. The seafood staple is also known for its world-class bar and cocktail selection. Enjoy a quality martini in the warm glow of mahogany and marble environs. 24 Highland Park Village
Cocktails and a show await at this vintage Inwood theater. The swanky dive’s neon-lit bar invites guests to snack on buttery popcorn and a crisp martini before the previews. Patrons have been swearing by the chocolate martini since the ’40s, but the classic version is anything but boring. 5458 West Lovers Lane
What’s more lavish than an ice-cold martini paired with a steak and seafood dinner? Share the chilled seafood tower, then indulge in a 20 oz. prime rib alongside a classic’ tini. You can truly feel the warmth from Al and Jeannie Biernat, who have been putting their heart and soul into the resto since 1998. 4217 Oak Lawn Ave.
Dallas natives have been flocking to this Chicago-style tavern since legendary local bar master Louis Canelakes founded it in 1987. Pair one of the many marvelous martinis with a Chicago-cut thin crust pie. As if you needed any more convincing, Guy Fieri gave Louie’s his stamp of approval on the Food Network hit Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. 1839 N. Henderson Ave.