Recently, we looked at some of the great restaurants in Dallas.
But there is more to the food and entertainment scene than restaurants.
There is certainly no shortage of nightclubs in Dallas TX. Whether you’re after live music, good food or dancing, these Dallas TX nightclubs will certainly fulfil your needs.
If you’re not sure where to go, then Plush is definitely the place. Each floor plays a different genre of music, making it perfect for everybody. The venue has a rooftop terrace which overlooks the entire Downtown area.
Le Vu is possibly the liveliest nightclub in Dallas TX. There are different areas of the club to suit your mood, such as the lounge and dancefloor; and it regularly hosts big names on the underground DJ circuit.
If you aren’t in the mood for dancing, Dragonfly has a more relaxed atmosphere. The bar is located in Hotel Zaza and serves some of the city’s finest cuisine, so you may have to book in advance if you want to eat.
The Avenu Lounge is one of Dallas’ most prestigious nightclubs and is open on Fridays and Saturdays until 2am. While it usually has long queues to get inside, it’s certainly worth the wait. If you really feel like splashing out, you could even use their private limo service.
The Travis nightclub mainly plays electro and hip-hop music. Located on Travis Street, the nightclub is known for being the replacement venue for the famed Rio Room. On Friday and Saturday evenings both local and touring DJ’s take to the stage.
If you need somewhere to go during the week, Prime Bar is one of the few nightclubs in the city that will be open. Prime Bar regularly hosts live music and is located in the Uptown area.
Everybody who visits Winston’s Supperclub is always impressed with the avant garde décor. At Winston’s, style is paramount. If you want to go somewhere a bit artsy and lavish, then it’s certainly the place.
The Capitol Pub Bar and Grill is open every day of the week until 2am. While it’s not a traditional nightclub, it’s ideal if you’d prefer to sit in a quiet corner and enjoy a nice conversation with a beer.
The Candleroom is an upscale club that’s only open on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Exclusivity is key, so membership is required to get inside. To get membership you must have a referral.
If you’re in Downtown Dallas, Mantus is definitely worth checking out. It’s one of the most popular nightclubs in the city and is always completely packed out.
From pubs, clubs and restaurants, Dallas TX has something for everyone and no matter what day of the week it is, there’s always something to do. If you’re new to the city, just follow this guide to find out which nightclubs will best suit your needs.
Have you been to Dallas night clubs before? We’d love to hear about your favorites! Please leave a comment.
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