Dallas, TX 75226
Dallas Observer's Description
Filling the space that was once rock music venue La Grange, Three Links has found a home in Deep Ellum. Opened and operated by three Dallas music and arts scene veterans -- former La Grange manager Scott Beggs, Tactic Productions talent buyer Kris Youmans and Elm Street Tattoo owner and tattoo artist Oliver Peck -- Three Links hosts an array of rock, hardcore, indie pop and electronic bands from inside and outside of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Beyond a conjoined taco shop next to it, a newly built stage and some different decor, old La Grange regulars won't notice much of a difference between the spaces. The building still has the same great outdoor patio around back.
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Punk Rock Karaoke run by '70s era punk tribute band The Mumbles.
Located in Deep Ellum, this cozy bar is a great place to get to know a new friend or meet up with old ones. Live music provides entertainment and the open garage doors are inviting to passersby.
Sparkling white tile, elegant stone and maroon colored walls create a somber atmosphere.
Huge craft beer list! I didn't expect that at a small venue. Good sound, great staff. Bring cash if you're buying a ticket at the door.
Where the fuck are my 2 favorite bartenders, Cynthia and Johnny??? How will I cope??!!!
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