Soon after Deep Ellum was established in 1873, it became Dallas’ hub for art and music. Today, the neighborhood is the largest entertainment district in the region, and it’s home to more than twenty music venues.
Louie’s Louie’s Piano Bar
At Louie Louie’s Piano Bar, it all starts with pianos and several hundred new friends. The musicians take requests, and they play a variety of tunes from Garth Brooks to Snoop Dogg and everything in between. The friendly servers dance and sing, and the bar boasts that it’s the Disneyland of Rock. During the show, enjoy a cocktail such as Gangsta’s Paradise, Sweet Caroline, or Texas Rangers “T.”
Adair’s Saloon is a lively honky tonk where nearly every surface is covered with graffiti. It has welcomed everyone from Elvis to the Dixie Chicks, and up-and-coming bands hone their skills on the stage seven nights a week. The saloon makes everyone feel as though they’re sitting around Grandma’s table. The service is friendly, and in addition to the music, guests can also enjoy playing shuffleboard, Golden Tee, and Big Buck Hunter. For dinner, try a cheeseburger with a side of tater tots and a pint of Shiner Bock.
Sons of Hermann Hall
Established in 1911, the Sons of Hermann Hall is the oldest free-standing wood structure in Dallas. It’s also the oldest bar and is listed as a State of Texas Historic Landmark. Since 1937, it has been the regular rehearsal destination for the Frohsinn Singing Society, a men’s chorus. The Sons of Hermann Hall is also known for its weekly Electric Campfire Jam. The fun includes a plugin campfire and acoustic tunes.
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