Kung Fu Saloon Bar Dallas TX
In the real world, Kung Fu is a form of martial arts combat used primarily as a means of defense. In the uptown portion of Dallas, TX, it's the newest hot spot for locals and outsiders alike. Mixing the best of a vintage arcade, sports bar, and late night dance club, Kung Fu is sure to attract a crowd of the most exciting and interesting group ever to enter the Dallas area.
At its heart, Kung Fu is a comfortable and fun-filled bar, and it has the drink list to match. Following in the Japanese roots that give this club its name, the bulk of the alcohol menu is made up of sake infused beverages. Suck back several different sake bombs that include the Crain Kick, a Pearl sake dropped in blue moon, the Longhorne, a Pearl sake dropped in Lone Star with a splash of orange juice, and the oddly named Dirty Sanchez, which is a Dos XX dropped Pearl sake topped with Ameretto. If you're not looking for something as drastic as a sake bomb, you can knock back straight up sake's including Moonstone, Gekeken, and Wakatake. Of course, Kung Fu caters to the more basic crowd with an assortment of tap and bottled beers. Tap beers include Coors Light, Fat Tire, Guinness, Miller Lite, Zegenbock, and Lonestar while guests can kick back with a bottle of Dos XX, Imperial, Michelob Ultra, Pacifico, and Shiner.
Accompanying this fine assortment of beverages is a list of food options that will make your mouth water. Start off with succulent appetizers all touched with a hint of Asian flare. Start off with anything from fried pickle chips and beer battered onion rings to cheeseburger eggrolls and wonton mozzarella sticks. Hopefully you'll be able to leave room for your entree, or you'll be missing out on some bar specialties like an assortment of burgers, sandwiches, or a house specialty stir fried Philly Cheeseteak. it may not fit the theme at all, but Kung Fu's expert chefs can also provide three different types of tacos: chicken, philly, and veggie.
Where Kung Fu separates itself from the typical bar scene is its off-the-wall entertainment. Nestled in one section of this location is a selection of vintage arcade games that is bound to pull at the heart strings of anybody over the age of 23. From Super Mario Bros to Pac Man to the game that seemingly started the light gun craze, Area 51. Kung Fu also has an assortment of competition games like Ultimate Mortal Kombat III, Jouse, Skee Ball, Giant Jenga, Giant Connect Four, and some classic tabletop games, including Yahtzee and Scrabble.
The new thing these days is mixing the best of all worlds, from friendly bars to high energy nightclubs. At Kung Fu, you'll get all of that and more. Indulge in a selection of refreshing beverages and delicious foods before taking on some of your fellow patrons in a game of Skee Ball. For your own private party, you can also rent out this establishment's private karaoke room for an evening of embarrassing fun.