Ever-enchanting and always expanding, the Dallas/Fort Worth metropolis is in a bit of a Renaissance right now. Find out more below on all the exciting venues that have opened in the Big D!

Incubator Spaces (all areas)– These designated areas are a chance to be immersed in the sights, smells, sounds, and tastes of North Texas. Dallas/Fort Worth is home to several spaces showcasing this new trend in mixed use dining and retail space. Looking for unique, chef driven food or the latest from local artists? Visit The Dallas Farmers Market, Trinity Groves or Legacy Hall and you won’t be disappointed. Be sure to enjoy a local beer or select art by a local artist on your way home.

Firestone & Robertson Distilling Company’s Whiskey Ranch (Fort Worth) – Fifteen minutes from the Fort Worth Convention Center, Whiskey Ranch is the largest whiskey distillery west of the Mississippi. Their new distillery and venue opened in October, 2017. Leonard Firestone and Troy Robertson opened the larger venue so they could increase production all while maintaining the same quality, craftsmanship and attention to detail as they had at their first location and offer private tours, tastings and events. Oh and then there’s the award winning TX Whiskey and TX Straight Bourbon.

Toyota Music Factory (Irving) – Boasting 25 restaurant and entertainment concepts, and an Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, the Toyota Music Factory is the new soul of the DFW MetroPlex. From power lunches to happy hours, date nights to show time, it’s sure to satisfy any taste in food, music, movies and more. Experience world-class entertainment at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory. More than a concert venue – Toyota Music Factory is a premier event space for corporate events too.

Bomb Factory (Dallas) – The Bomb Factory is a state of the art, 50,000 square foot venue. Capable of accommodating up to 4300 guests reception style including a mezzanine, casual and VIP space. This massive concert venue can also be converted to seated dinner for 1000. The space is a premier example of Dallas/Fort Worth versatility.

River Ranch (Fort Worth) – Located in the heart of Fort Worth and the renowned Stockyards National Historic District, river ranch is perfectly unique for corporate or company events such as day meetings, annual dinners, executive retreats, awards luncheons, stockholders meetings, team building exercises and more. Complete with indoor and outdoor space to provide endless options. Their experienced ranch hands complete events that ensure long lasting Texas memories.

Heim BBQ (Fort Worth) – Owned and operated by Emma and Travis Heim, this FW staple stays true to Texas Style Barbecue creating tender savory smoked meats through a low and slow process (low heat, slow cook). All recipes are family based – utilizing grandmother Jane Tucker, and mother Robin Heim’s family secrets.

Marty B’s (Bartonville) – It is always a party at Marty B’s. But it’s also about quality from the ground up. Utilizing local Texas farmers and ranchers as well as one of a kind hospitality.

Stirr (Dallas) – Truly an approachable neighborhood restaurant and bar, suitable for all of life’s gatherings; a business lunch, a happy hour cocktail, an intimate meal or a relaxed place to eat and unwind with friends on our rooftop patio, all while enjoying stunning views of Downtown Dallas. This is an AlliedPRA staff favorite! Wonderful private event space as well as a beautiful roof top patio!

Cidercade (Dallas) – Remember the glory of beating the Pac Man high score at the local arcade after school? Or dealing the final winning move in Mortal Kombat? Well, now you and your guests can relive that time of your lives and earn new bragging rights amongst your group! Welcome to Cidercade!

BOWLOUNGE (Dallas) – Imagine buying an old bowling center in East Texas, taking it all apart, shipping it to the Dallas Design District, and then putting it all back together again. Add in a full bar, local craft brews, a lounge area with pool tables, retro arcade games, two patios and you have “BOWLOUNGE!” The Lounge has twelve, regulation length, maple and pine wood lanes, complete with first generation Brunswick A2 Pinsetters, and the original Accuscore scoring system shown through vintage TV screens to keep score!


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