Editor Pick : Nearby Hotel
Nearby Hotel near House of Blues Dallas
Springhill Suites By Marriott Dallas Downtown/West End
1907 North Lamar Street, Dallas
The West End of downtown Dallas comes with its bars, theaters and raucous music. So just as well, guests can dive into their spacious suites whenever in need of some time out. Each room comes with a separate sleeping and living area, as well as a kitchenette or full-blown kitchen.
0.2 miles from House of Blues Dallas
Uber from $4-6
t4 mins walking
REVIEW SCORE4.41 - Excellent
l Donita "Springhill was one of the best hotels I have stayed in. Well located, within walking distance to..."
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Editor Pick : Top Rated Hotel
Top Rated Hotel near House of Blues Dallas
Hotel ZaZa Dallas
2332 Leonard Street, Dallas
Mediterranean glamor inspires this hotel, be it the art-filled walls, the hallway lit with a chandelier, or the outdoor pool where guests sip on cocktails to chilled out entertainment. Exhibitions and social events are held in the Art House and Social Gallery, while public museums like the Nasher Sculpture Center are a few minutes drive away.
0.9 miles from House of Blues Dallas
v4 mins driving Uber from $5-6
t17 mins walking
REVIEW SCORE4.71 - Wonderful
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Editor Pick : Alternative Hotel
Alternative Hotel near House of Blues Dallas
The Highland Dallas, Curio Collection By Hilton
5300 East Mockingbird Lane, Dallas
Guests in search of the upscale restaurants and culture of the Lower Greenville district might check into this well-placed hotel. Days spent exploring can be followed by a trip to the infinity pool and on-site spa, or else just time relaxing in the eco-chic rooms that boast marble bathrooms and luxurious soaking tubs.
4.4 miles from House of Blues Dallas
v8 mins driving Uber from $6-9
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What is the surrounding area like?

Bring your dancing shoes for the slick bars and nightlife. Or just get comfy in one of the area's laidback sports bars and coffee shops. Visitors can choose from a variety of places to people-watch after a concert, including the bars of the various hotels near House of Blues Dallas.

Where are the best places to eat near House of Blues Dallas?

Medina Oven & Bar

Tastebuds will be transported to Morocco, or at least be tricked to think they are. Get set for homemade pita bread and hummus, followed by a main dish like the seafood with couscous, lamb sausage pizza, or shrimp brochettes. Right around the corner from the House of Blues.

Kenichi Dallas

Fresh wasabi might make your eyes stream, but this is totally worth it for the Asian-fusion tastes of this Victoria Park eatery. Diners sip on sake while choosing from innovative rolls including eel with strawberry and teriyaki sauce; and the snow crab with cucumber and avocado, topped with yellowtail, sriracha, serrano thai basil vinaigrette.

Sonny Bryan's Smokehouse

Get in the Texan spirit with a trip to this well-known barbecue joint. It's been cooking up juicy meats like brisket, ribs and pulled pork since stoking its first fire in 1958, and these days is a family-run chain.

What events happen in the city?

If visiting in the fall, consider a trip to the State Fair of Texas. Even if the lineup of bands and singers - plus local foods - don't do it for you, there's always the 277-acre historic park to explore.

Any other info visitors might want to know?

Dallas has many interesting museums. Want to know more about who shot JFK? You can bone up on all the facts and stats at The Sixth Floor Museum (entry $16). There's also the DMA, one of the largest art museums in America, along with many other unique galleries.

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What's the best way to get to House of Blues Dallas?

Take the DART train to Victory Station which is on the Green, Orange and Trinity Rail Express lines (no Sunday service for the last mentioned). Then it's a nine minute walk to House of Blues Dallas.

What can people expect in terms of food and drink?

The Music Hall serves up the usual fast food glistening with oil - nothing too gourmet but enough to keep you fuelled for the evening. Alternatively, guests can arrive early for a pre-concert meal at the in-house Crossroads restaurant which honors American classics and Southern-style cooking like shrimp and grits, meatloaf, quesadillas and voodoo shrimp.

Does the venue have WiFi?

Yes, and it's free of charge.

Is there any parking?

While there's no official House of Blues parking, you'll find plenty of spaces close by. Expect to pay around $15 for valet or $5 for your standard street parking.

What time do doors normally open?

Doors open about an hour before each event.

What other events happen at the venue?

Fancy some gospel with your grapefruit? House of Blues Dallas gets Sundays off to a swinging start with Gospel Brunches including an all-you-can-eat buffet. Get your tickets in advance.

Any other information visitors should know?

Personal cameras are allowed but video, flash and removable lenses will bring on scowling staff. Any equipment like this needs venue approval.

#2 Rated

House of Blues Dallas Reviews

This venue is ranked #2 of 21 rated venues in Dallas

WONDERFUL (4.5 out of 5)

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Pleasant - 3 out of 5

, Azle

Could have been better.

Liked: Our seats.
Disliked: The staff at the upstairs bar did not know what was going on. Could not get champagne on New Year's Eve. Had to go to downstairs bar to finally get some.


Very Good - 4 out of 5

, Austin

Liked: The atmosphere was great. The sound was great and the music was amazing!
Disliked: The drink prices are so high!


Exceptional - 5 out of 5

, Olathe

Fun, exciting venue. Lots of music, good food and good beer. Service was very good and accommodating.

Liked: Service; food; atmosphere.
Disliked: No.


Pleasant - 3 out of 5

, Basehor

Nice but bad lighting.

Liked: Small, intimate setting.
Disliked: The lighting.


Exceptional - 5 out of 5

, Gardner

We had dinner at the HOB which was very good! Then we went to the Pierce The Veil concert which was awesome. My daughters' could see the stage perfectly.

Liked: The food was very good.


Exceptional - 5 out of 5

, Austin Fri, 25 September 2015

I took my daughter and her friend to the House of Blues to see Nick Jonas. The show was great!


Exceptional - 5 out of 5

, Fort Worth Thu, 28 May 2015

Liked: Will go again for a girl's weekend.


Exceptional - 5 out of 5

, Donie TX Thu, 17 July 2014

I can't find anything negative to say - we had an awesome experience there seeing TESLA. We will be back!

Liked: The staff were GREAT!


Very Good - 4 out of 5

, San Antonio Thu, 17 July 2014

Liked: Beautiful; cool venue; awesome staff; good sound.


Exceptional - 5 out of 5

Wed, 13 November 2013

Great venue.

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