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*DOWNTOWN*

ADAIR'S
2624 Commerce
214.939.9900
In addition to serving cold beer and tasty burgers, a wolf-like man called "Red" puts on a "can't miss" concert each Wednesday night.

ANGRY DOG
2726 Commerce Street
214.741.4406
Not too crowded, and not too clean. Suffices for a group looking to chat, and grab a beer after work. Good burgers.

THE BONE
2724 Elm Street
214.744.2663
Very high energy, crowded place. Crowd varies, but can be very young, and rough around the edges. Great rooftop. Sports-bar type room and hip-hop room provide additional options. 

CADILLAC BAR
1800 North Market Street
214.999.0662
Great, spacious patio. Unbeatable frozen margaritas. Good food. West end provides decent people watching.

CLUB CLEARVIEW, BLIND LEMON, RED, & THE ART BAR
2803 Main Street
214.939.0077
Not much happens until late. Several clubs under one roof. Choose from eclectic, disco, or piano bar. At least one club should appeal to each guest. 

DEEP SUSHI
2624 Elm Street
214.651.1177
Great sushi and sake. Perfect for an informal gathering after work.

DICK'S LAST RESORT
1701 North Market Street
214.747.0001
Surly waiters provide incessant, obnoxious repartee to patrons. Should you desire this interaction, this is your place. If you despise drama, keep reading. Although the food is decent, the tools working at this place really suck.

ELBOW ROOM
2822 McKinney Avenue
214.969.1984
Laid back, low-key, casual alternative to nearby downtown bars. Diverse crowd. Small. Shuffleboard, and the like.

GATOR'S
1714 North Market Street
214.748.0243
Popular West End joint. High energy. Lots of fun. Show-like atmosphere. Main attraction is a cigarette-smoking, beer-guzzling, shower-needing, haircut-seeking, weathered, unkempt, ivory-tickling dump. This piano player with a nasty attitude chastises and urges bar patrons to join in his songs, especially those who care not to participate. When confronted by a noncompliant patron, this "ball of body-odor" energizes the place through song and chant, and berates the unassuming individual! And yes, the writer was one of these. 

GOLD BAR
1900 Elm Street
214.747.4653
Not informal, trendy place for downtown workers to gather for a drink after work. 

GREEN ROOM
2715 Elm Street
214.748.7666
Dressy casual to formal. All ages, although most guests are under 30. Downstairs offers a smaller, darker, slightly intimate venue and opportunities to mingle. Patio bar offers an enjoyable view of downtown. Excellent restaurant serves as another option.

HOOTER'S
5005 Belt Line Road
972.392.9464
No explanation necessary.

JERABOAM
1501 Main Street
214.748.7226
Very trendy. Foo-foo atmosphere. Go after work, or go home and change into your shiny-shirt prior to your arrival. 

JOE'S CRAB SHACK
2001 North Lamar Street
214.220.0404
High-energy. Spacious. Good drinks. Great choice if you crave seafood and beer. A bit overpriced.

PALOMINO'S
500 Crescent Court
214.999.1222
Nice-looking, not informal crowd. Upscale place. Comfortable. Not too crowded. Great atmosphere. Beautiful surroundings in Crescent. Not many 21 year olds, but nice mixture of ages. Excellent restaurant provides snack or dining options, as well.

SUSHI NIGHTS
2604 Main Street
214.752.0100
Great sushi. Fun, cutting-edge, non-traditional sushi-bar environment. 

UM LAUT
1602 Main Street
214.742.2368
Various rooms provide different environments in which Dallasites can sample one of the city's trendiest, at least for the moment, new bars. Cover charges, unnecessary lines, overpriced drinks, unusual lighting, doormen with earpieces, barhoppers with shiny shirts, and emaciated men with spiky-moussed hair all smack of a wanna-be-LA vibe. Despite, it's a fun place. Very attractive people. Well run. Guests tend to think they are more important than they truly are. Evidently, there is sunlight in the place after midnight, as the writer saw many guests wearing
sunglasses, despite the late hour.

 

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