Dallas, TX 75201
Dallas Observer's Description
The restaurant may have relocated from its original Deep Ellum digs, but the eatery (now a chain) continues to reel them in with live music and an eclectic menu. Owners and siblings Kim and Holly Forsythe have been doing so since 1991. Pop, classic rock and jazz acts at this "rockin' dinner club" provide a supporting act to the offered dishes. The latter range from small plates and pizza to fusion seafood and hearty meat dishes. These include beef satay with teriyaki and sriracha sauce and goat cheese-stuffed artichokes and a cowboy-cut rib-eye and veggie lasagna. Basically, the kitchen prepares food that is as varied as the entertainment, both of which play late into the night. Sambuca has something for everyone.
Tips from foursquare
Really nice sophisticated feel with live music every night. Really great, refreshing drinks infused with herbs and various fruits. -Tiffany Derry, Top Chef
Joe is amazing!
They have a waiter/bartender here by the name of Andrew. He gives the best service and makes the best drinks.
Sunday is kinda dead. But the live music makes up for it.
MacAllen 12 for $12... Great deal, Fair Pour!
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