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  •  In Fort Worth (none)
    The Black Dog Tavern already fills that purpose pretty nicely.

    I suspect other cities in red states have similar oases where progressives like to congregate. Maybe all we need to do is document them somewhere?

    •  Yep (none)
      And I used to live about three miles away from it. But now I live in Dallas. I know of a few ad hoc meetup spots (mostly here and there in the Lakewood area, and up in Addison), but nothing more permanent. Any Dallasites here know of any place more regular?
      •  Dallas Possibility (none)
        Have you been to Standard and Pour's, in the Lofts on South Lamar building (the old Sears warehouse)? When I was there, it seemed to have a clientele that would be about what we're thinking about.
        •  DCYD Happy Hour (none)
          Hello -

          The Dallas County Young Dems are having happy hours every other Thursday and welcome all DFW liberals.  At last week's event about 20-30 people met at the Dubliner on lower Greenville.  It was mostly young Dems from the Uptown area but there was a professor from UNT in Denton as well as people new to the DFW metroplex.

          Hopefully we will soon have a Drinking Liberally chapter in Dallas!

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