This former warehouse district immediately east of downtown is the Dallas headquarters for live music.
In the early 1900's, it was the hotbed of the blues and of African-American life and culture. Today,
in addition to blues, the area swings with everything from jazz to alternative beats.
Among the 42 clubs and numerous restaurants are shops and galleries where clothing and jewelry often double as original works of art. If you are looking for something entirely different, Deep Ellum is the place to go. Described as a little New Orleans and Southern SoHo, Deep Ellum is a trendy and hip area of modern Dallas.