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  • 406 Arts

    406 Arts

    406 S. Haskell ave Dallas, TX 75226
    214-546-8218 Event venue and gallery for music, art and social gatherings More >>

  • Adair


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

  • All Good Cafe

    All Good Cafe

    2934 Main St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-742-5362 This is a little bit of Austin in Dallas. Rock posters, some of them autographed, share space with a gaggle of origami fauna left hanging from a 2009 wedding reception. On Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, popular and little-known musical acts jam out on the stage, packing the joint, and don't worry about paying cover at the door; you can make a "donation" to the band when they pass the kitty at intermission. Come early for brunch on Sunday. The line for a table at brunch moves slowly, especially if those already seated have ordered the hot-selling hot cakes. Whatever you order, though, odds are the ingredients have been sourced locally. More >>

  • The Bomb Factory

    2713 Canton St Dallas, TX 75226

  • City Tavern

    City Tavern

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

  • Cloud Nine Studios

    2526 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75226

  • Dada


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

  • Dallas Chamber Music

    2711 Gaston Avenue Dallas, TX 75226

  • Dallas Museum of Art

    Dallas Museum of Art

    1717 N. Harwood St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-922-1200 Admission is free, select special exhibitions are $8 More >>

  • DART Music Station

    1401 Pacific Ave. Dallas, TX 75202

  • Deep Ellum

    Deep Ellum

    Elm Street Dallas, TX 75226

  • Dick

    Dick's Last Resort

    2211 N. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75202
    214-747-0001 This Big D live-music landmark and raucous sports bar straddles the West End and Victory Park, just a few blocks from the location it held for more than 20 years. Dick's is a home away from home for those unable to score game tickets at the American Airlines Center for myriad reasons, among them the 150-inch TV, pleasing bar food and a wisecracking waitstaff that will force you to wear a butcher paper hat with such pithy maxims as "I like Dick" or "fart machine." What more could a sports fan want? More >>

  • The Door Dallas

    The Door Dallas

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

  • Double-Wide


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

  • The Elbow Room

    The Elbow Room

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

  • Gators Croc & Roc Rooftop Restaurant, Bar , and Group Dining of the West End / Dallas

    Gators Croc & Roc Rooftop Restaurant, Bar , and Group Dining of the West End / Dallas

    1714 N. Market Dallas, TX 75202
    214-748-0243 Though Gator's Croc & Roc is located in Dallas' West End, everything from the 'gators hung from the rafters to the cheery wait staff to the frozen drink machines behind the bar make this casual party bar and restaurant feel like Bourbon Street. These drink machines churn out brightly colored specialty drinks ranging from margaritas and strawberry daiquiris to Blue Hawaiians and the, um, "Lethal Weapon 2." The menu enhances the New Orleans feel with its predominantly Cajun and seafood dishes. Gator's also offers burgers, sandwiches, salads and a few Tex-Mex favorites. Its website touts the nightly "racy" piano entertainment. And new patrons shouldn't be surprised to see folks dancing atop Gator's snow-white grand piano. The space can be rented out for private parties, and it's a popular spot for bachelor/ bachelorette parties. More >>

  • Mardi Gras

    2720 N. Stemmons Frwy Dallas, TX 75207-2200

  • The Globe

    525 Riverfront Blvd Dallas / Fort Worth, TX 75207

  • House of Blues

    House of Blues

    2200 N. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75202
    214-978-2583 Located in the White Swan Building in Victory Park, this temple of sound has room enough for 1,625 patrons in the main room and an exclusive roped-off VIP area, where industry types and those in the know can enjoy the tunes of the next big thing or refined acts of legends. A second room, The Cambridge, allows the public to catch live local bands, as does the restaurant. In that amber-hued dining space, patrons can munch on beef tenderloin or seafood jambalaya, burgers, ribs and more. The members-only Foundation Room offers an upscale experience complete with a cozy fireside lounge. If you'd like a memento (a painting of Kid Rock, perhaps) of your time at the House of Blues, stop into the souvenir shop. More >>

  • Life In Deep Ellum

    Life In Deep Ellum

    2803 Taylor St. Dallas, TX 75226

  • Liquid Lounge

    Liquid Lounge

    2800 Main St. Dallas, TX 75226
    214-760-9785 The Liquid Lounge, the Curtain Club's much smaller kid sister, operates out of the same building as the big club. But where Curtain doesn't offer much beyond a band and a beer, the Liquid Lounge has a few more time-wasting options. The upstairs balcony has a pool table and a handful of classic arcade games, and the floor level has plenty of booths and tables to gather around. It might be hard to get a word in edgewise, though, when entry-level local acts are cutting their teeth on the stage located only a few feet away from any point in the room. It helps that a small patio is situated just outside the club's backdoor, where patrons smoke and chat between or during band sets. More >>

  • Live @ Mokah

    2803 Taylor St. Dallas, TX 75226

  • Longhorn Ballroom

    216 Corinth St. Dallas, TX 75207

  • LuminArte Design Studio

    LuminArte Design Studio

    1727 E. Levee St. Dallas, TX 75207

  • Majestic Theatre

    Majestic Theatre

    1925 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-880-0137 A restored theater dating back to the 1920s, the Majestic offers everything from fringe theater to mainstream touring acts, from spoken word and comedy to rock bands. More >>

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