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  • Alexandre

    Alexandre's

    4026 Cedar Springs rd. Dallas, TX 75219
    214-559-0720

    http://www.alexandres.com This popular neighborhood bar and live music venue is located in a busy strip shopping mall in Oak Lawn, sandwiched between a Chinese restaurant and a doughnut shop, just a few doors down from a convenience store and a novelty sex shop. So the sidewalk patio out front makes for an interesting perch for late-night people-watching. Most of the art on the walls features framed record albums by artists ranging from Elton John to Nancy Sinatra, and cozy two-person booths make for a great place for an intimate conversation, but the real appeal of the place seems to be the interaction between Alexandre's bartenders and the regulars at the full bar, which features all-day happy hours on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, as well as $3 Long Island iced teas all-day every day. Plus, the bar features live music every night but Monday. More >>

  • Allure

    Allure

    2224 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75201

    The area in downtown Dallas west of Central Expressway — across the freeway from Deep Ellum — is a gray area between commerce and nightlife. While the two don’t exactly go together, the dance clubs and corporate highrises seem to coexist here. One good example is Allure, a two-story dance club built into a 100-year old building on Elm Street. From the outside, the building looks like a historical landmark, but on the inside it’s a sleek club with a big dance floor and neon laser lights. The big room upstairs, painted all white, is where ?uestlove from The Roots famously DJed a set for a packed house. More >>

  • American Airlines Center

    American Airlines Center

    2500 Victory Ave Dallas, TX 75219
    214-222-3687

    http://www.americanairlinescenter.com Shiny and new, like a freshly minted gold coin; more luxurious than a pimp's RV; more HD sets than Mark Cuban's bathroom. Where all the top-o'-pops acts play, if that's what you call the Eagles and Dave Matthews Band; also, very sportsy. Still, it's a tad too big for the little people, who sit high enough to touch jetliners. More >>

  • Avanti Ristorante

    Avanti Ristorante

    2720 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-871-4955

    http://www.avantirestaurants.com Owner Jack Ekhtiar's small restaurant is a place where hip meets classic. Dark wood frames live jazz. Rustic Mediterranean fare, predominately Northern and Southern Italian, is presented elegantly. Among the examples are farfalle carbonara, a 6-ounce Brazilian lobster tail over spinach linguini alfredo and shrimp as well as carpaccio Avanti with white truffle oil. On weekends, revelers can enjoy the Moonlight Breakfast from midnight to 3 a.m. During that seating, guests can request the signature Avanti Omelet (Italian sausage, mushrooms, green peppers and feta cheese) alongside escargot Chablisien, which is sautéed in garlic, vine-ripened tomatoes and mushrooms, then tossed with angel hair pasta, for the fancy-pants partier. More >>

  • Church of the Incarnation

    3966 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-352-9171

  • Dallas Woody's Sports & Video Bar

    4011 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75219
    214-520-6629

    http://www.dallaswoodys.com/default_main.htm

  • Heritage Auctions

    3500 Maple Ave. Dallas, TX 75219

  • Horchow Auditorium

    1717 N. Harwood St. Dallas, TX 75201-2315
    214-922-1200

  • J.R.

    J.R.'s Bar and Grill

    3923 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75219
    214-528-1004

    http://www.caven.com Located on Cedar Springs in the Oak Lawn area, this popular bar has been remodeled and expanded three times since its opening in 1980. J.R's boasts three full bars -- two downstairs and another upstairs on its usually bustling covered patio/balcony. The patio makes for a great place to watch the basic hustle and bustle of a Friday or Saturday night on Cedar Springs as folks visit other nearby clubs, bars and restaurants, but expect huge crowds upstairs during events like the Alan Ross Texas Freedom Pride Parade and Festival. There are happy hour specials every day of the week; check the bar's website for details. More >>

  • The Library Bar

    The Library Bar

    3015 Oak Lawn Ave. Dallas, TX 75219
    214-224-3144

    http://www.landmarkrestodallas.com The Library Bar sits on the ground floor of the historic Warwick Melrose Hotel in the Oak Lawn area, not far from downtown Dallas. Designated a Dallas Historic Landmark in 1983, the original apartment hotel was built in 1924. The Library Bar offers patrons a relaxing, dimly lit piano-bar environment in a laid-back library setting -- though at night, it's far too dark in The Library Bar to read any of the books lining the shelves. The bar specializes in wines and martinis and features a "wedding cake martini," which is a favorite among the regulars. It features live music every day of the week -- with the exception of Sundays -- so the library setting makes a great cozy place to unwind while sipping on a well-made drink. Some menu favorites include the five-spiced calamari salad with sweet Thai vinaigrette, the seared day-boat scallops with chorizo and preserve of lemon butter and the Global Cheese Plate & Charcuterie platter (local artisan cheeses, smoked Texas peppered salami and a menagerie of breads and crackers as well as mustard and fresh and dried fruit) More >>

  • Penguin Dueling Piano Bar

    Penguin Dueling Piano Bar

    2512 Cedar Springs Dallas, TX 75219
    469-547-2118

    For years, Pete's Piano Bar has had a monopoly on the Dallas-area piano-bar scene, which you had to go to Addison or Fort Worth to enjoy. Michael Montgomery, co-owner of The Penguin, which is part of a Missouri-based piano bar chain, saw the need in Uptown for piano entertainment. The space the bar occupies on Cedar Springs is cavernous and clean. A long mirror serves as a backdrop to the stage, which is wide enough for two baby grand pianos and a trap set. Audience members can watch themselves sing along from the tables in front of the stage, or build the courage to do so from the bar in the adjacent room. More >>

  • Round-Up Saloon

    Round-Up Saloon

    3912 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75219
    214-522-9611

    http://www.roundupsaloon.com Notorious for being one of the most spacious gay bars in town, Round-Up Saloon has several rooms, multiple bars, and a two-story outdoor patio; although the bar's selling point is really its tremendous hardwood dance floor, in the middle of the main room. The bar is saturated with a western theme, and has several large, framed photos of male cowboys doing cowboy-type things. Along with karaoke, trivia and drag shows, the bar hosts two-stepping and western swing dance lessons every week. The friendly bar staff say that Round-Up is a place for gay, straight and transgendered people of every orientation. Even Lady Gaga made an appearance at Round-Up Saloon in 2011, after her "Born This Way" tour, as an act of support for the gay community. More >>

  • Sambuca Uptown

    Sambuca Uptown

    2120 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-744-0820

    http://www.sambucarestaurant.com 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
    214-520-7788

    http://www.sammonsartcenter.org

  • Severine's Wine & Martini Bistro

    2523 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-855-3744

  • Sue Ellen

    Sue Ellen's

    3014 Throckmorton Road Dallas, TX 75219
    214-559-0707

    http://www.caven.com Sue Ellen’s has been a staple in Dallas’ gay and lesbian nightlife since 1989. In 2008, it relocated to Throckmorton Road, where it neighbors many of the city’s most popular gay and lesbian clubs. Advertised as a predominantly lesbian bar, the new two-story building hosts live bands throughout the week, karaoke on Mondays and a large disco ball suspending over the club’s spacious dance floor. Sundays are the bar’s mellowest night, when people gather to play skeeball, pool and darts, or hang out in the bar’s gated patio out front. More >>

  • Switch Creative Group

    2705 Guillot St. Dallas, TX 75204
    214-999-9330

    http://www.groupswitch.com

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