Monkey King Noodle Company
Take a bite of street Asian plates as you explore the art-filled district. Chow down on savory noodles and dumplings at this popular spot that you'll be talking about for days.
Come with an appetite – the individual slices are big enough to satisfy even the hungriest visitor.
With happy hour specials four nights a week, Anvil Pub will quickly become one of your Deep Ellum favorites. And the weekend brunch is a see-it-to-believe it – think 32 oz. brunch cocktails complete with your pick of mini-sized brunch favorites as your toppings.
Upscale dining inside a landmarked building that once housed the oldest standing hotel in Dallas. Go for the chef's seven-course meal with complimenting wine.
Start with the langos, a traditional Hungarian flat bread, before digging into the No Reggie, a chipotle and citrus brined chicken sandwich topped with avocado and baby spinach. Live music lovers will delight in their weekly band line up.
Brick & Bones
Fried chicken and cocktails in one place? Count us in. Brick & Bones is only open for dinner, so head in after exploring the numerous art murals throughout the neighborhood.
This trailer park-themed watering hole pours strong drinks for their live music sessions and karaoke nights.
Deep Ellum Distillery
Get a taste of the local spirits at a vodka distillery with unique flavors like strawberry-basil and Serrano pepper to sample.
Finally – a restaurant dedicated to the one food we all love, french fries. Indulge in different types of delicious, crispy fries with a variety of toppings and other fried creations.
Satisfy that sushi craving at Nori Handroll Bar, where raw fish and rice are wrapped in nori papper burrito-style.
Customize your own bowl of ramen at order kiosks in a matter of minutes, then kickback at a table and wait for the pipping hot, brothy goodness to arrive.
Whether its hot or cold outside, this tantalizing popsicle shop will catch your eye. Choose from an array of gourmet, Brazilian-style popsicles of all sorts of flavors – some boozy as well.
Come for the coffee, stay for the vegan tacos and nachos. The fast service, vegan-friendly cafe has lots of options that won't make you feel too guilty.
With a wall as far as the eye can see is lined with bottles of liquor, you know you're going to have a good time. Swing by Ruins for a pick-me-up in the form of a delicious cocktail or tortas and tacos.
Enjoy a cold glass of crisp, refreshing hard cider at this up-and-coming local cidery. Pick from several different ciders on draft, including special flavors like prickly pear and cucumber-habanero.
Kickback and enjoy the breathtaking Dallas skyline at this stylish rooftop bar with Mexican food and a margarita big enough to share with a party of friends.
Attached to Deep Ellum Hostel, Booty's serves international street food and globally inspired cocktails in an casual setting that's also budget-friendly - almost everything on the menu is under $10! Enjoy dishes from Spain, London, India and more for brunch or dinner.
Deep Ellum Brewing Company
Sample local ale and kickback on the relaxed outdoor patio of this quirky brewery. Eight different brews are kept on tap all year-round and plenty of seasonal and specialty releases are available as well.