Live music and southern inspired cuisine amidst an eclectic décor of folk art make the House of Blues the place to be for music-oriented visitors. A variety of shows and concerts are scheduled for round-the-year entertainment, and the adjunct Crossroads restaurant makes the experience even more pleasing.
From front to back, Adair's Saloon is covered with memories of the great times had by its patrons. Check out the photo collection of the famous and not-so-famous folk who've walked through Adair's doors - like the blown-up photo of Elvis Presley taken back in 1955. The best upcoming bands tool their craft on Adair's stage seven nights a week.
Catch a live band and have fun at this Deep Ellum locale. The large patio, great bar, and progressive music choice attract a large crowd, making it the perfect place to hang out with friends.
One step into this jazz club and you know you've arrived somewhere special. While you're sipping a Manhattan or a Martini, you can't help but notice the art deco accents from days past adorning the walls. Live music fills the Balcony Club's cozy lounge and makes the perfect setting to begin (or end) a perfect evening. Behind the bar, a fine collection of spirits and wines await your arrival.
Double Wide serves up some of the coldest beer, stiffest drinks and the best live music. Concoctions like the Yoo-Hoo Yee-Haw and the Boone's Farm Martini will have you back time and time again. If it's music you're looking for, Double Wide is the place. From rock to country and just about everything in between, chances are you'll find it at Double Wide!