Sampler platter. Photo by Can Türkyilmaz

It’s one of the last “Point” bars in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Midway Point has been open since 1980, and when the original owner wanted to sell it four years ago, Jim and Ellen Latchaw bought it. “I had always been a patron of the Point,” Jim says. “I liked the area and the way it was set up. I could see its potential to be better.” Everything is made from scratch, never frozen or from a can. While the food has stayed the same — in particular the famous Point Burger, which is still the top seller — the atmosphere caters more to sports fans. “We made it into more of sports bar and added TVs,” Ellen says. “We always have sports on somewhere.” But the bar maintains its low-key vibe that attracts customers in their late 30s and older. “We like to keep it quaint.”


Point burger. Photo by Can Turkyilmaz

Midway Point
12801 Midway, 972.484.3470

Ambiance: Laid-back

Price range: $8-$12

Did you know? The all-you-can-eat buffet is 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays for $8 per person.


| Three more spots to watch the game |

1 Time Out Tavern
You’ll find a diverse crowd of sports fans here from CEOs to college students to blue-collar workers.
5101 W. Lovers, 214.956.9552

2 Inwood Tavern
This popular dive bar just celebrated its 48th anniversary. While not a huge production, you can bet there’ll be a good game on TV.
7717 Inwood, 214.353.2666

3 Snuffer’s
There are plenty of big TV screens to catch the game on while chowing down on Snuffer’s famous cheese fries.
8411 Preston, Suite 112, 214.265.9911



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