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The Night Before New Year's Eve, Deep Ellum Gets Another Bar and Live Music Venue

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A very good Friend of Unfair Park was in Deep Ellum last night and noticed the sign: The King Bucks and The O's at La Grange on December 30. Turns out, tomorrow is opening night for the latest Deep Ellum venue, to which we introduced you in October. It's a month later than Stephanie Houston had hoped to open in the former Cafe Istanbul location, but better now than never. For those who don't want to wade through the bar's Facebook page for further info (the Web site's still in a holding pattern), Teresa Gubbins has pared it down to a "Q&A."

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