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Station 4

3911 Cedar Springs Rd.
Dallas, TX 75219-3519
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The king (or queen?) of dance clubs, this hook-up-friendly outpost in Oak Lawn has the hottest beats and the hottest bodies. Questionable fashion choices abound (no one can really pull off vinyl short-shorts), but it's still the best environment for getting sweaty and heady while a DJ drops the needle.

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