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Whisky Bar - Closed

1930 Greenville Ave. Dallas, TX 75206 | East Dallas & Lakewood | 214-828-0188

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Located on Lowest Lower Greenville, Whisky Bar is a dance club with a rock and roll vibe. A long flight of stairs leads to an open-air rooftop patio. The climb to the roof is worth it for the view of downtown Dallas' skyline between the trees and buildings to the west, and for winter nights there is also a large in-deck fire pit with seating. There is plenty of seating inside and out, making it a great place to order up a drink and watch the action on Lowest Greenville on a busy night. If you don't like what the DJ downstairs is playing, not to worry, there's another DJ spinning upstairs on busy nights.


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