00000 - 00000 of 00000
00,000 of 00,000
Liquid Zoo owner Nell Scarborough says her establishment is “kind of like Cheers.” On a recent visit to the East Dallas neighborhood bar, located in a strip center on the corner of Skillman Street and Abrams Road, everyone seemed to know everyone else's name, and they all sang along to the Richard Marx-esque power ballads playing on the stereo. In the early evening, the place doubles as a restaurant. The beef for burgers is ground in-house daily, according to Scarborough. The décor, a cluttered bunch of pictures and antiques on every wall, gives the place a familiar feel.
Liquid Zoo owner Nell Scarborough can hardly hold a conversation without humming along to whatever power ballad is playing in her East Dallas bar. She's not the only one. The room is filled with Richard Marx fans, who, according to the genuine looks on their faces as they sing along, "will be right here waiting for you." The thing is, the music coupled with Liquid Zoo's atmosphere actually makes sense. In fact, if you hang out there long enough, you might find yourself on stage doing karaoke... More »
Find everything you're looking for in your city
Find the best happy hour deals in your city
Get today's exclusive deals at savings of anywhere from 50-90%
Check out the hottest list of places and things to do around your city