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Ten Bells Tavern

Ten Bells Tavern

Ten Bells Tavern may be the perfect neighborhood pub. They pour solid pints of beer, serve great bar food and have an unassuming patio where you can drink to the setting sun.
It'll Do Club

It'll Do Club

Since it's opening in winter 2012, It'll Do has become East Dallas' go-to dance club. It's large interior and spacious dance floor are big enough to hold a candle to even the best and largest Dallas night clubs.
Lola's Saloon

Lola's Saloon

Since 2008, Lola's Saloon has been one of the top venues in North Texas, arguably the best in Fort Worth. Each week, local and national acts shuffle through the bar, which, perhaps thanks to the name, has a looser, more comfortable feel than others.

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  • Adair

    Adair's

    2624 Commerce St. Dallas, TX 75226-1402
    214-939-9900

    http://www.adairssaloon.com If you've never met a cowboy who could give you a pretty good lesson in punk-rock history, that problem can be quickly resolved at Adair's Saloon in Deep Ellum. The place combines country music with live bands almost every night of the week, with an aesthetic that goes back to Deep Ellum's punk era of the 1980s and 1990s. The venue's raw wooden walls are covered with stickers, and the floor is well-worn from late-night shuffles and line dances. And if you work up a hunger while you're there, no need to go anywhere else. Adair's has one of the best burgers in town. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Angry Dog

    Angry Dog

    2726 Commerce St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-741-4406

    http://www.angrydog.com We're reluctant to use the phrase "fancy dive," but the Angry Dog is dark with long tables, mismatched chairs and a wooden bar that runs almost the length of the restaurant. The name comes from its specialty--an all-beef hot dog with a choice of toppings. But the burger (which you can build yourself with a menu of extras) and the chicken-fried chicken sandwich are good, too. You'll find out after only a few bites why we've heaped so many awards on them over the years. You can wash down each bite with one of their 80-plus beers or with anything from their full bar. The Angry Dog also serves its own ice tea, which is a combination of raspberry and regular teas blended locally. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Anvil Pub

    Anvil Pub

    2638 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-741-1271

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Anvil-Pub-Deep-Ellum/129514830415751 For many years, popular dining and drinking areas of Dallas, from Uptown to Greenville Avenue have had their share of English-style public houses. But, alas, Deep Ellum has never been able to draw a pub within its midst. That is, until Anvil Pub opened in mid- November 2010. Which may explain why -- even on the first weekend of its opening -- the place already had folks from the Deep Ellum neighborhood proclaiming themselves as "regulars." That first weekend, Anvil Pub still smelled of Home Depot, which, coincidentally, is where the family who own and operate the pub bought the supplies needed to build Anvil from the floor up. "Everything but the barstools, the chairs and the metal table bases," came from there, owner Josh Bridges said, while pouring a beer behind the long, dark wood bar. The grease-free "green" kitchen cranks out pub grub ranging from pizzas and wings to "all-natural" burgers from the menu, which boasts lots of vegetarian options. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Bank

    The Bank

    1313 Main St. Dallas, TX 75202
    214-289-1847

    The Bank, located on Main Street in downtown Dallas, makes good use of the basement of an old bank - even to the point of tucking a lounge area, complete with bottle-service, into an old vault. It's wrapped the vault's big round door in lights, and added some lasers and smoke machines that make the bar seem like something out of a James Bond flick. Just grab a martini from one of the attentive bartenders to complete the image. The Bank offers a spacious wraparound bar, plenty of space for dancing, seating throughout, or, if you're looking for a quieter, less bustling place to grab a drink, check out the backside of the bar where there's lots more space to hang out. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Black Swan Saloon

    Black Swan Saloon

    2708 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-749-4848

    http://blackswansaloon.com/index.php Deep Ellum hasn’t been known for culinary creativity, nor has it made a name for itself in the area of mixology. But Gabe Sanchez, who opened Black Swan Saloon in 2010, seeks to change all that. In 2011, he earned the coveted Dallas Observer Best of Dallas “Best Bartender” award, thanks to his proficiency with a cocktail shaker and a conversation. The bar, built into the old Thin Room, is exactly that: a long thin room with black walls and a lone flat-screen television that sits high above the bar. In the corner opposite the door sits a stage, barely big enough to hold two musicians, but that’s all the racket you need at Black Swan – just enough to pad a conversation with a little background noise. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Blue Cat Blues

    Blue Cat Blues

    2612 Commerce St. Dallas, TX 75226-1402
    214-744-2293

    http://www.tuckersblues.com In the old Red Blood Cub space, Tuckers' Blues proves that the blues isn't dead in Deep Ellum -- or Dallas. It's hard to believe that this former punk and hardcore club made such a striking transition, because at Tuckers' the vibe is so warm, inviting and, well, bluesy, from the low lighting to the intimate candlelight seating to the friendly staff. Located next to Twisted Root Burger Company, the club is tucked off the street, though its long blue awning helps identify it. Most nights, the cover's $10. Open most Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings after 8 p.m., just check Tuckers' calendar for which local or visiting blues legend (or up-and-comer) will be gracing the stage. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Blue Room

    1409 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75242

  • The Boiler Room

    The Boiler Room

    2723 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-758-0104

    http://www.theboilerroomdallas.com The Boiler Room, located on Elm Street across from Dada in Deep Ellum, received a facelift less than a year after opening. The place still has the general dark feel, with its black painted walls, curtains and neon lights, but the changes, which include a full menu and stage for performances from area rock bands, are a reflection of new owner Stevie Benton's style. Benton, who plays bass for Drowning Pool, took over the Boiler Room as a way to give back to the neighborhood that launched his band more than a decade ago. "[Drowning Pool] got our start down in Deep Ellum," Benton says. "We owe that area pretty much our entire career." Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • British Beverage Company (BBC)

    British Beverage Company (BBC)

    2800 Routh St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-922-8220

    http://www.bbcpub.com A sleek new bar that hopes to serve as Uptown’s go-to brew house is what the locals have coined “BBC.” With a massive draft beer setup, there are more than 52 reasons to visit The British Beverage Company, not to mention the place’s impressive collection of bottled beers. The sleek interior is only half as impressive as the outdoor courtyard, which features multiple fire pits and comfortable seating. Although it doesn’t have the greatest happy hour deals, the bar makes up for it with its live acoustic music three nights a week. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Calais Winery

    Calais Winery

    3000 Commerce St. Dallas, TX 75226-1626
    214-453-2548

    http://www.calaiswinery.com From this shop, rustic with faded brick, a concrete floor and an earth-tone color scheme, owner Benjamin Calais has been releasing his small-batch wines since October 2008. Customers come for the wine tastings held Wednesdays through Sundays. The tastings include not only the winery's stock but also international selections, with themed tastings held every weekend. While the establishment doesn't have a kitchen, patrons are more than welcome to order from nearby restaurants or to bring their own dishes to be paired with Calais' selection. Private and corporate events are often held here, but even if the spot isn't right for your shindig, you might very well find yourself leaving this charming place with a membership to the Wine Club. For $29.95, members receive two bottles of Calais wine every two months. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • City Club

    901 S. Main St. Dallas, TX 75202
    214-748-9525

    http://www.cityclubdallas.com Private club. Membership required. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • City Tavern

    City Tavern

    1402 Main St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-745-1402

    http://www.citytaverndowntown.com This is an easy-going restaurant and bar that loves a good rock show. While the menu, beginning with lunch, doesn’t stray too far from the normal pub-grub choices (e.g., fish and chips, burgers, gigantic stuffed jalapeños), a po-boy and a pulled pork sandwich are also available. Customers can enjoy $3 drink specials or beer-and-a-shot pairings. Don’t be surprised if owner Josh Florence is the bartender serving it to you. Arriving before 10 p.m. is your best chance of snagging a table to take in the tunes from a long roster of bands on a Friday night. Thanks in part to the amiable staff, its well-worn wood decor and a kickin’ soundtrack, this joint oozes a neighborly vibe. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Copa

    Copa

    525 S. Industrial Blvd. Dallas, TX 75207
    214-741-4020

    http://www.myspace.com/copa214 Copa looks like a Mexican restaurant without the tables…or the Mexican food. Serving lunch Monday through Saturday as well as a late-night menu, it offers such favorites as burgers, wings and fish baskets to Tejano music during the week and hip-hop on weekends. A club with Latin flair and a Top 40 spin, red-lit arches and brown-sponged walls cradle a dance floor with plenty of bar space under metallic neon palm trees. On Two-Dollar Tuesday, selections behind the bar and from the kitchen are on special, and three-dollar shots are always available. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Dada

    Dada

    2720 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-742-3400

    http://www.dadadallas.com For more than two decades, Dada has played a pivotal role in the Dallas music scene. Until the club shut down for a while beginning in 2009, the pulse of Dallas music could always be heard coming from the drums on the stage at Dada, located squarely in the middle of Deep Ellum. Luckily, in early 2011, City Tavern owner Josh Florence and some partners purchased and renovated the Deep Ellum mainstay. Big changes include an improved sound system, a huge outdoor stage and a bar relocated to the back of the room. The bar's brick walls are still intact, as is the corner stage where local and national bands play almost every night. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Door Dallas

    The Door Dallas

    2513 Main St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-742-3667

    http://www.thedoorclubs.com The Door first opened the doors of its Deep Ellum all-ages location back in May 1998, and it's been a popular place for young music fans to get their rocks off to the popular touring and local acts of every genre (with a slant toward pop, rock, punk rock and pop-punk). Together with its sister venue, The Prophet Bar, The Door hosts acts nearly every night of the week. An always up-to-date online calendar lets concertgoers easily find out what bands will be on which venue's stage. A large wraparound bar serves up specials. It's a huge space with plenty of room in the back where the chaperones tend to gather. Just be prepared to pay a cover. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Double-Wide

    Double-Wide

    3510 Commerce St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-887-6510

    http://www.double-wide.com Dallas' most hilariously-awesome theme bar is, without a doubt, Double Wide. True to its name, the interior of the bar is set up like the inside of a very seedy double-wide trailer. Bad paintings of nude women from the 70s and weird stuffed creatures line the wood panel walls. The patio floor is made of green Astro-turf, the patio chairs are toilets, and the small concert venue showcases some of the best local and national rock bands. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • The Elbow Room

    The Elbow Room

    3010 Gaston Ave. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-828-9488

    http://www.elbowroomdallas.com The Elbow Room, which sits on the outskirts of Deep Ellum near Baylor Hospital, has been relatively immune to the nearby nightlife district’s ups and downs over the last decade. Even though it’s still within earshot of Trees on a loud night, this neighborhood bar has a much mellower atmosphere. The raw brick interior lines the walls, giving the bar an urban vibe while one of the best jukeboxes in town fills the air. If you’re hungry, Goodfellas, the adjacent restaurant next door, will deliver right to your table inside The Elbow Room. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Elm Street Bar

    Elm Street Bar

    2812 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75226
    469-688-9845

    Elm Street Bar is one of the smallest venues in Deep Ellum, but it has one of the neighborhood's loudest sound systems. That's one of the reasons it has become a center point of the Dallas dubstep scene. The abdomen-rumbling, trance-inducing bass coming from stacks of speakers in the venue's smoke-filled back room keep the long, narrow space full most nights of the week, which is something that the space's previous occupants struggled with. Elm Street Bar, however, seems to be here to stay. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Empire Rock Bar

    Empire Rock Bar

    1301 Main St. Dallas, TX 75202
    214-760-9200

    http://www.empirerockbar.com The block on Main Street between Field and Akard streets is one of the most popular nightlife spots in downtown Dallas. City Tavern and The Chesterfield are good for live music and lounging, while Plush and Empire Rock Bar serve as dance clubs guarded by big bouncers and velvet ropes. At Empire, once you're past that velvet, a narrow stairway leads you down to the basement that consists of a long bar and an open dancefloor. Black paint covers the wall, which has pops of decadent décor usually associated with Las Vegas. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Eno

    Eno's Pizza Tavern

    407 N. Bishop Ave. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-943-9200

    http://www.enospizza.com Eno's Pizza Tavern in the heart of the Bishop Arts District, and has some delicious hunger-quenching gourmet pizza and a wide variety of craft beers to wash it down with. While regulars come for the pies, other dishes stand out: the filling bouillabaisse and the General Store salad, loaded with braised pork belly and local cheese. Eno's offers a variety of seating, diners can enjoy live music downstairs, more of a dark tavern feel upstairs, or sit out on the sidewalk and take-in the sights of the Bishop Arts District. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

  • Exposition Park Neighborhood

    Between Deep Ellum and Fair Park , 75226

    http://www.expositionparkdallas.org/exposition-park.html

  • Exposition Park Neighborhood

    Between Deep Ellum and Fair Park , 75226

    http://www.expositionparkdallas.org/exposition-park.html

  • Exposition Park Neighborhood

    Between Deep Ellum and Fair Park , 75226

    http://www.expositionparkdallas.org/exposition-park.html

  • The Foundation Room

    2200 N. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75202-1006
    214-978-4868

    http://www.houseofblues.com/venues/clubvenues/dallas/foundationroom.asp

  • The Free Man

    The Free Man

    2626 Commerce St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-377-9893

    http://www.freemandallas.com Deep Ellum has had its share of Cajun- or Creole-inspired restaurants over the years. But The Free Man, opened in the summer of 2011 by John Jay Myers, has a formula that might make the bar and restaurant a Dallas mainstay. The dinner service, which features traditional Louisiana dishes like jambalaya and gumbo, is accompanied with performances from some of the best local jazz acts. And after the kitchen closes, the corner stage houses popular local rock bands. The changeover each night showcases the place's versatility. The green and red painted walls and long wooden bar are just colorful enough to match the Cajun theme, and just dingy enough to host the rock crowd. Read more about this Dallas bar or club >>

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