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8 Dallas Clubs Worth Having A Night Out on the Town

Navigating the diverse Dallas nightlife can be difficult with everchanging venues in every neighborhood. Check out these eight clubs for a guaranteed good time any day of the week.


This intimate candlelit club in Knox/Henderson bills itself as "Dallas' Premier Upscale Dance Club, Lounge and Special Events Venue." This may be a cozy venue but there are big sounds here. Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays are hosts to weekly events with both local and celebrity guest DJs. The drink menu features handcrafted cocktails along with champagne inspired spirits. Candleroom offers a luxury bottle service experience that according to them will make you wonder how you spend a night in a club without it.


Having a piece of London in Dallas is great because you can bypass the long flight and just head over to Townhouse. This two-story club is modeled after a London townhome with a lounge on the main floor and an upstairs patio with an excellent view of Downtown Dallas. You are in for an upscale experience when coming to Townhouse. Bottle service is available in both the lounge and patio. With weekly events happening Friday through Sunday, you may find yourself bumping into your favorite celebrity as the venue hosts many entertainers and athletes.

The Nines

Formerly known as Red Light Lounge and rebranded as The Nines, this club in Deep Ellum has made a big splash on the Dallas nightlife scene. You can find weekly events posted on their Instagram account with a variety of guest and resident DJs spinning all sorts of genres. The Nines also hosts bi-monthly burlesque shows. Aerial dancers can be seen performing on the rooftop that has an amazing view overlooking Deep Ellum.

Sandaga 813

If you are looking for an old school basement party vibe, Sandaga 813 is the place to be. Located in Exposition Park in South Dallas, Sandaga is a live music haven for hip-hop, R&B, and jazz lovers. This is a very relaxed atmosphere with great drinks, hookah, and BBQ on the back patio. Drop by for weekly events such as, Fresh Fridays with a DJ spinning old and new school hip-hop and R&B, or a live music session at Soul Jazz Thursdays and Organic Soul Saturdays.


With high energy DJs providing the soundtrack, a night at Sidebar will be one well spent in Uptown. Come early to try their nightly sunset menu (offered 5-9 p.m.) featuring cocktails and small bites. If you are looking to make your night extra special, bottle service is available. Weekly events start on Tuesdays with industry night. Sidebar Sundays close out the week and host a variety of athletes and entertainers.

Don't Tell Supper Club

If dinner, dancing, and a show is your night out goal and you want it all under one roof, Don't Tell Supper Club is the place for you. This 10,000-square-foot, two-story club offers a unique experience that gives Vegas vibes in Downtown Dallas. The club is also home to burlesque, comedy and magic shows, as well as the occasional concert. Nightclub hours begin at 10 p.m. just as dinner service ends. Try any of the signature cocktails on the menu or you can set up a VIP bottle service experience.

It'll Do Club

The main ingredient of a good dance club is music. The motto at It’ll Do Club is "music is the answer." Located in East Dallas, this is a perfect club if you are looking for a different experience than the normal Dallas nightlife scene. No bottle service needed here thanks to a menu filled with affordable drink specials. On Fridays and Saturdays, the club showcases resident DJs playing Top 40, EDM, house and hip-hop genres. Celebrity DJs such as hip-hop legend, DJ Jazzy Jeff, have had sets here recently, so keep an eye out for a potential celebrity sighting as you bust a move on their light-up dance floor.

Mister Rich

What used to be the popular Dallas nightlife staple, The Dram on Henderson Ave. is now Mister Rich. Those familiar with the Richie Rich comics will recognize the theme of this club with the outline of a bowtie-clad boy as their logo. The drink menu includes craft cocktails and also a variety of champagne options with bottle service, because that's what you do when you are rich and Dallas famous (or at least pretending to be for one night). Mister Rich hosts weekly industry nights on Monday along with a strong lineup of events Friday through Sunday.

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Last updated on 07/31/2020.