Clubs

Shlock and Gall

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My pals and I have the greatest taste in music of all time, which is why we get so pissed when our talent goes unappreciated, nay, disrespected.


For the Sophisticated Collegiate …

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Apparently, Arlington college students have been dying for a bar that’s neither rock club nor sports bar.



Grillin’ in SoDo

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Restless restaurateur Jarrett Joslin almost dropped out of the scene when his last upscale venture, the lost and lamented Sapori, turned out not to attract the crowds he wanted in the burgeoning area on the southern end of down...


Grillin’ in SoDo

Last Call
Restless restaurateur Jarrett Joslin almost dropped out of the scene when his last upscale venture, the lost and lamented Sapori, turned out not to attract the crowds he wanted in the burgeoning area on the southern end of down...



Rock Club 101

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The Cavern is a relatively new rock club in Big D, booked by Lance Yocom of Fort Worth’s Spune Productions.


One Trusty Concept, Two Clubs, One Star

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I won’t go as far as saying that the Big Apple is biting off us, but a new themed club just opened in the West Village that bears an awfully close resemblance to one of our relatively new themed clubs.



Pottersville

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As the old saying goes, “Some drink to remember, some drink to forget.” Last week, I found myself doing a lot of the latter after spending three days wrapped up in the new and final Harry Potter book. Sigh. I needed...


Something Old, Something New

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The concept is simple. Pay one cover charge and get access to a bunch of different clubs in the same building. City Streets has been doing it for years, and now West Exchange, a similar complex, has opened in the Stockyards.



Pretty, Tough

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If you’re like me, and I know you are, I bet you’ve been wondering, “Y’know, the great 817 just doesn’t have enough British-Irish-themed pubs.


Surviving Ovation

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I had heard all of the stories about Ovation, about how the restaurant was a physical manifestation of “Why can’t we all get along?” writ large, courtesy of executive chef Keith Hicks’ excellent gourmet ...