1719 S. Dumas Ave.
Dumas, TX 79029
Phone: (806) 935-9098
Fax: (806) 935-7483
1719 S. Dumas Ave., Dumas, TX, US, 79029
- Phone: (806) 935-9098
- Fax: (806) 935-7483
Bars & Cafes
Come try one of the most famous burgers in Texas, if not the Western Hemisphere, at the Golden Light Café. The relaxed atmosphere of the Golden Light Café is tinged with a hint of sentimentality thanks to road signs, posters and bumper stickers hanging on the walls. Live bands play to warm crowds of locals and visitors alike. The food and drinks are refreshingly affordable when considering the high quality and customer demand.
The 806 is a neighborhood coffee house. Specializing in fair-trade teas and coffees, select from classic and creative beverages, beer and wine. Opt for an espresso or iced Thai tea, or a blend of both in their famous drink aptly called the Mad Hatter. Complement your drink with organic and vegetarian confections like bagels, muffins, pizza and quesadillas. This cafe hosts open mic nights and local live bands that play experimental styles like folk, gypsy punk, indie, jazz, rock and electroacoustic.
Locals come for the cheap beer and specials (USD 2 sky vodka and shiner bock) and stay for the relaxed atmosphere. Visitors looking for bar games will be pleased with the pool tables and shuffleboard. As the games continue, the well-stocked juke box will keep the good vibes going strong. Be sure to sample one of the signature mixed drinks.
This cozy wine bar is located at the corner of 7th and Polk in downtown Amarillo. Featuring a state-of-the-art wine preservation system, Crush uses an Italian made Enomatic wine dispensing machine, ensuring the wine you order tastes as the growers and producers intended it to. Aside the from extensive wine list, Crush also offers 14 different beers on tap. A small, concise lunch menu lets patrons nibble on appetizers, salads, sandwiches and dessert that pairs perfectly with many of their wines. A private event room is perfect for any special occasion.
Butlers is Amarillo's sophisticated martini bar. When considering the quality of liquor being served in the signature martinis, the prices are affordable. Butlers has a modern design, with cool sofas and a happening crowd to boot. It is said that Butlers is where the "beautiful people" of Amarillo come to start off the night.
Not just for early morning risers who want that perfect jolt or muffin, Roosters features an entree of the day and homemade soups for lunch.
Some say the Midnight Rodeo is the best Honky Tonk featuring live music in the Texas Panhandle district. Judging by the 20,000 square (1860 square meters) feet of dance floor and the fact that Midnight Rodeo just celebrated its 15th year anniversary, the assessment seems to hold true. Local magazines and newspapers have named Midnight Rodeo the best dance floor year after year. For those who want a taste of true Texas night life, try heading over to the Midnight Rodeo to get your square dancing on.
The Old Santa Fe Lounge is a perfect place for a beer after work, or for visitors, to meet some friendly locals, watch the game on one of the many televisions or play some bar games. With extremely affordable beer on tap and a welcoming crowd, it is easy to spend the majority of a night at the Santa Fe Lounge. Pool tables and darts are available for an entertaining game with friends. Be sure to give this down-to-earth neighborhood drinking spot a try.