Lava Cantina is a rock n' roll themed Coastal Mexican restaurant that doubles as a premier concert venue in N Dallas seating over 1500 guests!
Just south of Downtown, Lee Harvey's huge gravel yard with fire pits and picnic benches make it the perfect place to get cozy with cheap canned beer on a chilly night but Dallas only has chilly nights about twice a year. So go hang out with your weirdo friends, and pretend you're in Portland, Maine. Music on the weekends if you're lucky.
Old school bar with a piano. Located in the Melrose Hotel. Valet parking, bar food, and from the hotel's restaurant. Happy Hour - On Sunday through Thursdays from 4:00 – 7:00 pm, wines by the glass and signature cocktails are half off.
Table-service restaurant in a large, nightclub-style space serving gyros, burgers, wings, booze, and live music.
Neighborhood bar and grill with live music several nights a week.
The hallmark of neighborhood bars are the regulars and the Lone Star is surrounded by a coven of boomers who have kept this place hopping for years. Dee the owner keeps the place going with decent bar food, nice specials, and a good mix of bands. Nothing fancy, but it works to keep the boomer crowd coming back for more.
Dueling piano bars must all be owned by Billy Joel. Why not dueling guitar bars? Oh Eric Clapton doesn't need the money? Yet another wonderful musical treat for party-goers looking for something other than a bar scene. Piano players are fun, talented and have not had their day in the sun until now.
Mama Tried is a country bar, live music venue and dancehall with two locations: Deep Ellum and Irving
Mama Tried - Irving 340 West Las Colinas Blvd. Irving, TX 75039 This location has food and more extensive entertainment than Deep Ellum.
Mama Tried in Deep Ellum is Dallas’ biggest country bar and honky tonk. Enjoy classic, Texas & outlaw country music plus Bluegrass, too. With a huge dog-friendly patio and stage for live music, we’re your new Deep Ellum hang out.
Memphis features live music every night from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m., seven days per week.
Memphis has a long history of serving up music seven nights a week. Located in the burbs, the crowd here is typically older, and will be populated by a lot of regulars. Addison allows smoking in bars.
A True Tejano Night Club that delivers the best Live Tejano Entertainers in the business. We also play the best mix of Cumbias, Country and Hip-Hop around, with Resident DJs Mix Master Miguel & DJ Tazz in the mix!!! Doors open at 8:00 every Friday and Saturday (excluding special events).
43 years and still going strong. Literally unheard of for a bar/club/music venue. It appears David weathered the pandemic and is back at what he does best, bringing quality performers to Dallas.
Tejano, Cumbia, Old School, and more. Besides live music, the bar displays sporting events, and has pool tables. Check their FaceBook page for upcoming events.