Wits End

2724 Elm St.
Dallas, TX 75226
Taking over the spot that used to be rock 'n' roll music venue The Bone, Deep Ellum's Wit's End is carrying the torch. With just a handful of beers on tap and a decent liquor selection, Wit's End is the place you go to catch live local bands. A bar, main stage and plenty of seating entertain the downstairs crowd while a large rooftop patio, smaller stage and speakers project live music into the Dallas night. For people walking down Elm Street, the hoots and hollers of twentysomethings and show-goers on the building's rooftop entice those looking for something loud and fun to get into.

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