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  • Sambuca Uptown

    Sambuca Uptown

    2120 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-744-0820 The restaurant may have relocated from its original Deep Ellum digs, but the eatery (now a chain) continues to reel them in with live music and an eclectic menu. Owners and siblings Kim and Holly Forsythe have been doing so since 1991. Pop, classic rock and jazz acts at this "rockin' dinner club" provide a supporting act to the offered dishes. The latter range from small plates and pizza to fusion seafood and hearty meat dishes. These include beef satay with teriyaki and sriracha sauce and goat cheese-stuffed artichokes and a cowboy-cut rib-eye and veggie lasagna. Basically, the kitchen prepares food that is as varied as the entertainment, both of which play late into the night. Sambuca has something for everyone. More >>

  • Sammons Center for the Arts

    Sammons Center for the Arts

    3630 Harry Hines Dallas, TX 75219

  • Sankofa


    2820 Commerce St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-749-1911 This Deep Ellum hotspot serves what it calls upscale Cajun soul alongside live entertainment. A cross-section of classic and re-interpreted Cajun dishes are available: crawfish etouffée, red beans and rice, blackened fish, Cajun salmon and blackened chicken Alfredo are only some examples. Friday is no-cover night and made more popular by a rotating roster of drink specials. Open mic night on Saturdays with neo-soul tunes, poetry and art draws huge crowds. Sankofa is also a see-and-be-seen establishment, popular with celebrities in sports, entertainment and film, among them Dallas Cowboys players. This restaurant-club can also be used for a wide variety of private events. In the past, it has played host to wedding receptions and baby showers. More >>

  • Scat Jazz Lounge

    Scat Jazz Lounge

    111 W. Fourth St. Fort Worth, TX 76102
    817-870-9100 Capturing the speakeasy spirit with classic handcrafted cocktails and an underground appeal accessible by elevator, Scat Jazz Lounge, hidden in an alley off 4th Street, is the only jazz bar downtown. It aspires to be world-class and old-school while also maintaining a hip and intimate feel. Lighting and textures are soft, and menu offerings are limited to light finger foods so there's no clink and clank of dinner clamor to compete with the music. Open six nights a week, Scat attracts an after-dinner crowd. More >>

  • Seekers Coffee House

    1700 Precinct Line Road Hurst, TX 76054

  • Severine's Wine & Martini Bistro

    2523 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75201

  • Sherlock

    Sherlock's Baker St. Pub & Grill

    9100 N. Central Expressway Dallas, TX 75231-5922
    214-692-1111 Restaurant and pub chain offers nothing extraordinary this side of Chili's. If you're looking for happening live music, skip this place. But if you find yourself here for some reason, take advantage of the daily drink specials. A few cheap drinks can make even a generic cover band tolerable. More >>

  • Silverado Ranch

    101 N. Rogers Road Irving, TX 75061-7228

  • Silverado Room

    Silverado Room

    2509 Rodeo Plaza Fort Worth, TX 76106

    Which came first, the Neon Moon Saloon in the Stockyards or the song of the same name by Brooks & Dunn? Either way, you should know what you're getting into: cowboy hats, a mechanical bull and cheap beer. The saloon is right across from Billy Bob's and is basically the same place minus the big country acts, and without all the frills -- except the mechanical bull, of course. Neon Moon is actually two bars in one: the nightclub and the not-as-dimly-lit Silverado room, where there's a stage for karaoke and live music. More >>

  • Sixty Five Hundred

    6500 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75235

  • Smirnoff Music Centre

    1818 1st Ave. Dallas, TX 75210

  • Sneaky Pete

    Sneaky Pete's

    2 Eagle Point Dr Lewisville, TX 75077-1773
    972-434-2500 Sneaky Pete's on Lake Lewisville has really embraced summertime lake culture. The restaurant and sports bar, with its lake-themed décor, boasts good food and cheap drinks as well as a calendar with different events every night. It's a great place to relax and catch a live band or watch pro or college football on the screens that line the walls. Because of its unique location on Lake Lewisville, people enjoying the lake can steer their boats into the marina and walk right up to the bar. And if you feel like staying outside, you can start a game of sand volleyball on its numerous courts. More >>

  • Sokol Ballroom

    7448 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75231

  • Sons of Hermann Hall

    Sons of Hermann Hall

    3414 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-747-4422 The Sons of Hermann Hall on the corner of Elm and Exposition on the outskirts of Deep Ellum has been there for more than a century. Still used as a private lodge, the building is now a Texas Historic Landmark and is open to the public for some of the areas best concerts. Visit the downstairs bar for a drink and a game of pool or shuffleboard, take in a performance of your favorite musical act upstairs in the ballroom, or take a tour of the lodge's historical bowling alley. Not much has changed inside the Sons of Hermann Hall over time. It's like stepping inside a time machine set for decades ago. More >>

  • South Side Ballroom

    1135 S Lamar Dallas, TX 75215

  • South Side Music Hall

    South Side Music Hall

    1135 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75215
    214-421-2021 The Gilley's Dallas Complex, home to The South Side Music Hall, is located just a few blocks south of downtown near the Convention Center. Opened in 2003 a few years after a fire gutted the original Gilley's in Pasadena, Texas, Gilley's Dallas has "El Toro," the original mechanical bull made famous in Urban Cowboy, much of which was filmed in the original honky-tonk. The Gilley's Dallas Complex, featuring The Palladium Ballroom, The South Side Music Hall, and The Loft, as well as a number of other "event spaces," is more a venue of many venues than the original honky-tonk. As a result, there's a show (or several shows) happening nearly every night of the week. Gilley's also hosts private parties, events, receptions and convention groups. More >>

  • South Side On Lamar

    South Side On Lamar

    1409 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75215
    214-428-4848 It’s entirely possible to live at South Side on Lamar and never leave your building. Besides 450 loft apartments with original maple floors and exposed brick, each with a unique floor plan, the complex also boasts a concierge, a rooftop pool, an art gallery, a business center, dry cleaner, a liquor store, a movie theater, a conference room, a fitness center, and beverage options, whether it’s booze (Absinthe Lounge) or caffeine (Opening Bell Coffee) you crave. A massive event space plays host to everything from flea markets to fashion shows. Those willing to step outside the front door will find a dog park, not to mention the Palladium Ballroom, Bill’s Records and retro-chic cocktail-centric restaurant The Cedars Social within very short walking distance. The brick complex has stood on the south side of downtown for more than 100 years and was originally the Sears Building, though it has seen its fair share of expansion over the years to ultimately become the massive compound it is today. More >>

  • Southern Junction

    5574 Highway 276 Royse City, TX 75189
    972-771-2418 Real Texas tunes and real Texas tastes. The Junction offers entertainment for the discerning C&W ear and the best steaks in North Texas for the discerning taste buds. More >>

  • Southern Junction Live Nightclub and Steakhouse

    5574 Texas 276 Royse City, TX 75189

  • Southlake Town Square Pavilion

    1721 E. Southlake Blvd. Grapevine, TX 76092

  • Southside Preservation Hall Ballroom

    1519 Lipscomb St. Fort Worth, TX 76104

  • Spectrum Center

    5080 Spectrum Drive Addison, TX 75001

  • Spinster Records

    829 W Davis St Dallas, TX 75208

  • St. Patrick's Catholic Church

    314 N. Rusk Ave. Denison, TX 75020

  • St. Pete

    St. Pete's Dancing Marlin

    2730 Commerce St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-698-1511 This popular and very noisy Deep Ellum pub has a reasonably priced menu. Pizzas feature an herb-infused thin crust and spicy tomato sauce, burgers are straightforward, American patties seasoned simply with pepper and salt, and there is even a pasta selection. Service is bustling and friendly, and on Friday and Saturday nights, when the rest of Deep Ellum blares its loudest music, St. Pete's offers an alternative with acoustic singer/songwriters and cold beer. More >>

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