Sons of Hermann Hall

3414 Elm St.
Dallas, TX 75226
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  • Wed 5pm-0am, Thu 6pm-0am, Fri 6pm-2am, Sat 7pm-2am
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.

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