Flying Saucer

(972) 934-2537 | View Website

14999 Montfort Dr, Addison, TX | Directions   75254

32.952518 -96.818786

 
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More Categories: Brew Pubs

Bar & Club Special Features: After Work

Bar & Pub Special Features: Notable Beer List

Cuisine: Traditional American

Price: $

Tags: Carry Out, Happy Hour, Notable Beer List, People Watching

Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

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Reviews for Flying Saucer

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Saucer – When me and my friends go we always have a good time, plenty of options for a different type of beer if your willing to try them. The decor is really great as well. You will not be let down when you come here. And if your looking for a fun time find out when they have live bands its pretty fun.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Beer Lovers Unite – I love this place because not only do they have a ton of beer, but they have my personal favorite Estrella, which I have only been able to find at Central Market.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

best pub in town – oh big scammer issue with this place... ha what a joke.

If you like beer come to this place, if you like drinking urine go to some other bar serving that crap.

Come on Mondays!!! best time - cheap beer

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Best Beer Selection in Dallas – I usually don't write reviews, but when I saw the two negative reviews below, I thought I should.

I know nothing about any driver's license scams, but as a recent import to Dallas from Philadelphia, I can tell you that the Flying Saucer is the best place I have found to drink 'good' beer. I realize that Dallas has not jumped on the micro brew/import wave the way much of the rest of the country has, but after going to a number of bars/clubs that only have macrobrew (Coors/Bud/Mich/etc.) swill and Shiner...I came across this one place that is an oasis in an otherwise beer deficient city. I've been there 6 times, and the service was always good. There are about 200 beers available, and the selection changes a bit here and there including seasonals. Happy hour specials are great. Check their website, but I go on Fridays, and it's a tall beer for the price of a pint. Good deal.

I would not recommend the food by the way, but you don't go here for food, you go here for good beer.

Cheers!

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Scam at the front door – On nights when a Live Band plays here, the Flying Saucer charges a $3 cover at the door. If you do not carry cash (like me), you can leave your drivers license with the doorman and charge the $3 on your tab. DO NOT GIVE THE DOORMAN YOUR DRIVERS LICENSE!

I have been to the Flying Saucer twice this year, and the doorman has "lost" my friend's DL both times. This past Saturday, I know two people who had their drivers license stolen at the front door. How can ID's disappear when they are given to a doorman and stuck in his pocket? Be aware that this restaurant is either monumentally incompetent, or they have a SCAM going on at the front door where they are selling ID?s.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

avoid – I've driven past this bar for a number of years until last Saturday when I decided to see what all the fuss was about. Well, I wasn't particularly impressed. It takes more than a 100 different types of beer to impress me. The atmosphere sucked. The patrons were cold, aloof and unfriendly. The barmaid didn't even look good through my beer goggles. There were maybe three girls and a hundred guys. I thought I had maybe strayed into an all **male** establishment. Sure it looks cool, nice decor, giant wall of beer etc. but man it just wasn't any fun. I left early. And the UFO "club" is a joke, it should at least give you a discount on beer, but no . . . you get a stupid shirt I woundl't give away and a card that will tell you which beers to try so you can imbibe them all. Well fruity tootie toot ... you can try them all, I like what I like and I don't need 200 choices.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Great place to hang out with a group – I remembered the Flying Saucer from when I was in grad school in Nashville-- the Addison location brought back a lot of great memories. Fantastic beer selection, good atmosphere. We usually bring a group, and we have a great time!

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Houston - Saucer Head #109 Living Well is the best Revenge – I have visited this location several times now when traveling.

I am a huge fan of the Flying Saucer chain and I have been to many of it?s locations.

My primary spot is Houston, but San Antonio, Dallas and Fort Worth are also great locations. I hope to visit others.

A friend of mine living in Nashville, thinks that location is excellent too, I will have to visit one day.

What can I say? Of all the beer pubs and emporiums I have visited I have to say that the Saucer is the best of the best because of the breadth of variety they have. They truly give you a sampling of what is available from around the world. They really beat out the other notables like San Diego?s Yard House which has a great selection of California micro brew?s but is rather weak in global selection.

The saucer has great service and personal treatment for regulars, we still have great people at the Houston saucer like Jake, Javi and Adam to take care of us. Over the years many of our favorites have moved on but are not forgotten.

Anyway ? If you like beer, then you have to visit a Saucer if you have the chance. So far each one has it?s own character and uniqueness to atmosphere and clientele, but the core remains through out.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Addison's rock-and-roll English pub boasts more than 200 beer varieties. – The Scene
Wood paneling and mustard-colored walls are blanketed by vintage commemorative plates; the dim room crammed with comfy leather sofas and bistro tables and chairs. Thirsty patrons belly up to the bar and choose from more than 100 beers on tap. The after-work crowd is 30-something and mostly male, so single ladies may have better odds.

The Food
Pub grub is a plain, but satisfying, accompaniment to the main attraction--beer. The German platter starter is a smorgasbord of sausages and cheese. Pizza lovers will want to try one of the four specialty pizzas; pepperoni, garlic chicken, veggie and goat cheese. Carb counters can opt for the more slimming wrap sandwiches or field green salads.

 

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