Navigating the diverse Dallas nightlife can be difficult with the shifting venues in every neighborhood. Check out these eight clubs any day of the week for a guaranteed good time.
This intimate candlelit club in Knox/Henderson may be small, but it provides a luxury service experience that makes you want more.
Be there on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays to be with local and celebrity guest DJs. The cocktail menu includes handcrafted cocktails as well as champagne-inspired spirits.
Don't Tell Supper Club
This 10,000 sq. ft. wide two-story club provides a night-out dinner, dancing, and a show under one venue. Comedy, burlesque, and magic show, and some occasional concerts are also held at the club with a taste of Vegas vibes.
Nightclub hours begin at 10 p.m. with your choice of signature cocktails or arrange for VIP bottle service.
It'll Do Club
This club, located in East Dallas, is ideal for those looking for an alternative to the typical Dallas nightlife scene. There's no need for bottle service here, thanks to a menu full of affordable drink specials.
The club features resident DJs on Fridays and Saturdays, and some celebrity DJs like hip-hop DJ Jazzy Jeff have recently performed there. It'll Do Club's motto is "music is the answer."
The Dram on Henderson Avenue has been renamed Mister Rich, serving craft cocktails and a selection of champagne options with bottle service. Mister Rich hosts weekly industry nights on Mondays and a full calendar of events from Friday to Sunday.
Sandaga, located in Exposition Park in South Dallas, is a hip-hop, R&B, and jazz lover's dream. There is a very relaxed atmosphere on the back patio with BBQ, hookah, and great drinks.
You can drop by for weekly events like Fresh Fridays, where a DJ spins old and new school hip-hop and R&B, or Soul Jazz Thursdays and Organic Soul on Saturdays, where live music is performed.
A night at Sidebar will be a night well spent in Uptown, with high-energy DJs providing the soundtrack. Come early to sample their nightly sunset menu, which is available from 5 to 9 p.m. and includes cocktails and small bites.
Bottle service is available if you want to make your night extra special. On Tuesdays, industry night kicks off the week's events. A variety of entertainers and athletes attends Sundays.
Weekly events are held with a variety of guest and resident DJs spinning a variety of genres. Burlesque shows are also held twice a month at The Nines.
Some aerial dancers can be seen performing on the rooftop, which has an incredible view of Deep Ellum.
When you visit Townhouse, you can expect an upscale experience. It is designed to look like a London townhouse, providing a lounge on the main floor and an upstairs patio with a scenic view of Downtown Dallas. The venue attracts many entertainers and athletes, especially with weekly events taking place from Friday through Sunday.
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