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Wizards is one of the leading sports bars in the Dallas area, featuring billiards, live entertainment, great food, and a fun atmosphere. Whether youÂ’re just kicking back to watch your favorite sports team or want to throw a high-energy party, we have the facilities and the people to make it happen.
Our skyboxes are the perfect solution to your party planning needs. Accommodating up to 25 people per room, you have access to our party menu, a billiards table and.. dart board and your own personal waitress.
Planning a big event? The doors open between the skyboxes to create one giant party room! Our waitresses are beautiful and attentive, ready to take care of your every need.
You can even control our state-of-the-art Touchtunes jukebox with your smartphone!!
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THE "ORIGINAL WIZARD"
During the late 1800's, Jake Schaefer, Sr. was recognized as the greatest billiards player in the world. He held titles in several varieties of billiards. While playing in an exhibition in Dodge City, Kansas, Schaefer was observed by Bat Masterson, the famous Dodge City Sheriff and friend of Wyatt Earp. Masterson, a billiards enthusiast, watched Schaefer in awe, proclaiming him a "Wizard" on the table.
What's in a Name? The name "Wizard" has for centuries represented excellence and mastery of a chosen field of profession. We think Mr. Schaefer would be proud to have his nickname representing our 12,000 square feet of Billiards, Darts, Games, Satellite Sports Programming, and last but not least...our always fresh, homestyle food!
Legend in the Making: In 1986, brothers Cooper and Willie Stewart had a dream to eventually own not the biggest or fanciest, but the best Sports Bar and Grille in the Southwest. After opening eight locations throughout Texas, Wizards Sports Cafe in Richardson is the culmination of the best of each of those stores.
Love this place! Lots of pool tables, good music, nice crowd and cheap strong drinks! Had a blast with my group on pool, free shots from the captian Morgan girls, punched the hell out of their punching game and danced the rest of the night away! Well definitely be going back! Oh and the fried pickles are the best! ;)
Posted: 3/28/2014 • Last edited: 4/11/2014 • Link to this review
I love this bar!! My fiancé and I went in on a Friday and had a great time. Ashley was our waitress and she did a great job. I was even more impressed with Alex the busser. While people watching we noticed he never stopped moving. Not one table was full of dishes and as soon as a drink was finished he was there to collect the empty glass. He displayed AWESOME teamwork and was very friendly with a smile on his face throughout our whole visit. The Manager on duty was Mark and he was very attentive and kind as well. Most managers especially in a bar scene are checked out and don't care. Only after speaking to Mark did we realize it was Alex's Birthday. Even working on his Birthday he had a great attitude. Everyone during our visit was very observant and personable. We will continue to go back because the food is GREAT and the service is efficient!!
Posted: 3/12/2014 • Link to this review
This pub sports uber-friendly drink and food service, an actual creative menu, expert mixologists at the full bar and a diverse, interesting group of patrons to strike up a conversation with. Be warned though, on weekends it can get CRAZY crowded and loud as hell when a good band is playing. Pro tip: buy Ben at the bar a Guinness for good luck
Posted: 11/15/2013 • Last edited: 12/05/2013 • Link to this review
The bar is right in front of you when you walk again and it is up a couple of stairs to get to it...why do these bars do that? I think they want to laugh at the people that stumble down them. On the left are a lot of pool tables and on the right are tables and a private party room. We were attending a birthday party in the private room. This room was really sweet. You have your own pool table in there, lots of couches and tables, your own TV, dart boards, a table set up for food, etc. It was large enough to hold about 70 people without it even being crowded. And the wall was pretty much a window so you could see the entire bar if you wanted. The bartenders were really fast to get you a drink and seemed like they made them reasonably strong.
Posted: 5/17/2013 • Link to this review
Wizards is a good go-to bar, but it isn't anything special. The karaoke is fun. The pool tables are the typical expensive (in my opinion) rate of about $11/hr. The drinks are all normally priced. The serving girls tend to be good at their jobs, but probably half of the bartenders need to start busting their butts instead of talking to a few people ion one corner when 25 other people are waiting to just get a freaking beer. Anyways, the atmosphere is laid back and chill, and it's not a bad place to meet decent people.
Posted: 11/04/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
Wanted to catch a Tyson fight here and tickets were expensive to watch in a separate room. Other than that, they have great tables and a smokin' hot staff.
Posted: 6/04/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
This sports bar is not in the easiest location, but if you are looking for a place to watch some sports it will do. The food is alright and they usually have pretty good drink specials.
Posted: 6/03/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
This sports bar is on a side street off of 183 but it's definitely worth finding it. The food is excellent. The wings are bigger than Hooter's and the shrimp is very tasty. Fun place to hang out and watch sports or listen to a live band. Reasonable priced food and drinks.
Posted: 5/06/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
this is a small facility that is in a not so good spot, but it's okay. I don't beilive it gets a whole lot of business that a regular sports bar would because of it's location. It' just like a little family style setting with okay to reasonable prices.
Posted: 5/05/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review