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  • 6th Street Bar

    6th Street Bar

    3005 Routh St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-965-0962

    http://www.6thstreetdallas.com/ Paying homage to Austin's iconic 6th Street, this Uptown bar is trying to establish the same party atmosphere that you would find in the Texas capital. With two large garage-style doors, the bar can easily shift from indoor club to outdoor party, and features a rooftop patio and bar. Mounted throughout the bar's clean mahogany interior are more than six HD flat-screens, often locked on ESPN. Thursdays promise either acoustic or solo acts, while the weekends are pumped up by DJs, dance music and full bands. The "Austin Sipper" is 6th Street Bar's signature drink, and the first drink listed on the "Skinnies" menu, cleverly named for featuring drinks that contain less than 100 calories. 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 >>

  • Antique Maps & Fine Prints

    2611 Fairmount St. Dallas, TX 75201-1903
    214-953-0601

    http://www.antiquemapshop.com

  • AT&T Plaza

    AT&T Plaza

    2500 Victory Ave Dallas, TX 75219-7601
    214-222-3687

    http://www.americanairlinescenter.com/index.php

  • BuildingCommunity Workshop

    416 S. Ervay St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-252-2900

    http://www.bcworkshop.org/bcW/ The buildingcommunityWORKSHOP is a Dallas based nonprofit community design center seeking to improve the livability and viability of communities through the practice of thoughtful design and making. More >>

  • Christopher Martin Gallery Five

    1933 Cedar Springs Road Dallas, TX 75201-1723
    214-880-9667

  • Dallas Black Dance Theatre

    2700 Flora St. Dallas, TX 75201

    http://www.dbdt.com/

  • Dallas City Performance Hall

    Dallas City Performance Hall

    2520 Flora St. Dallas, TX 75201

    http://www.dallasculture.org/cityperformancehall/

  • Dallas Film Society

    3625 N. Hall St. Dallas, TX 75219
    214-720-0555

    http://www.dallasfilm.org/

  • Dallas Theater Center

    Dallas Theater Center

    2400 Flora St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-526-8210

    http://www.dallastheatercenter.org Once based in the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Kalita Humphreys Theater, in 2009 the DTC moved to newer, fancier digs at the Wyly Theatre at the AT&T PAC. With a repertoire that dates way back to the 1950s, they now perform a half dozen or so different plays a season, ranging from the classics (Shakespeare and Dickens) to darker, more modern productions. More >>

  • Douglass Picture Frames

    2611 Fairmount St Dallas, TX 75201-1903
    214-969-5350

  • Heritage Auctions

    3500 Maple Ave. Dallas, TX 75219

  • Kennedy Room

    Kennedy Room

    2512 Maple Ave. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-880-0189

    A mere 350 square feet is all the Kennedy Room -- a small Kennedy-themed bar in Uptown -- is working with. Cramped seating and few tables may seem initially off-putting for people looking to grab drinks on a busy weekend, but there's room on the spacious outdoor patio offered in front of the pink Montaigne Club building on Maple Avenue. If you're lucky enough to grab one of the 10 or so tables and sparse bar stools, you can admire the Kennedy Room's overhanging Kennedy and Jackie O. mural, the penny-lacquered bar and classic cocktails it serves. More >>

  • Luxx Nightclub

    723 N. Pearl St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-455-9081

    http://www.luxxdallas.com

  • New Arts Six

    3630 Harry Hines Blvd. Dallas, TX 75219-3201
    214-521-1733

  • Pan American Gallery

    3303 Lee Parkway Dallas, TX 75219-5108
    214-522-3303

  • Perot Museum of Nature and Science

    Perot Museum of Nature and Science

    2201 North Field St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-428-5555

    http://www.perotmuseum.org The Perot Museum, which offers some of the coolest modern architecture around as well as the craziest escalator you’ve ever seen, has attracted international attention since its opening in late 2012. Tons of interactive exhibits, from an earthquake simulator to a planetarium to racing a dinosaur, mean it’s constantly swarmed with rambunctious kids, so try to time your visit when most of them will be stuck in school -- like late on weekday afternoons or during the special adults-only evenings. More >>

  • Ro2 Art Downtown Gallery

    1408 Elm St. Dallas, TX 75202

  • Roughton Galleries

    3702 Fairmount St. Dallas, TX 75219-4001
    214-871-1096

    http://www.roughtongalleries.com

  • Sammons Center for the Arts

    Sammons Center for the Arts

    3630 Harry Hines Dallas, TX 75219
    214-520-7788

    http://www.sammonsartcenter.org

  • Shakespeare Festival

    3630 Harry Hines Blvd. Dallas, TX 75219-3201
    214-559-2778

    http://www.shakespearedallas.org

  • theSpace

    2516 Florence St. Dallas, TX 75204

    http://visualuz.eventbrite.com

  • Titas

    3625 N. Hall St. Dallas, TX 75219-5106
    214-528-5576

    http://www.titas.org

  • Tractorbeam

    325 S. Cesar Chavez Blvd. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-747-5400

  • Uptown Players

    Uptown Players

    3636 Turtle Creek Blvd. Dallas, TX 75219
    214-219-2718

    http://www.uptownplayers.org A nonprofit theater group on a mission, the talented troupe of Uptown Players put their dramatic skills to good use by putting on productions that aim to increase awareness of relevant social issues in a campy and hilarious way: Think Mommie Queerest and Re-Designing Women. Their ability to strike that balance has bought them a loyal following in the Oak Lawn community and beyond, with scores of loyal season subscribers. More >>

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