Upscale Nightclub Takes Over a Historic Building at 600 Jackson Street, Opens Later This Month

Downtown Dallas’s nightlife scene is about to become even bigger and better with the addition of Rokwood, a stylish nightclub and bar that is opening soon at 600 Jackson Street. Located in a century-old brick building deemed the Legal Arts Center, the two-story space has been meticulously transformed into an upscale entertainment venue, complete with world-class lighting and sound.

The unique venue is an Instagrammer’s dream. Walk through the oversized doors to find ornate chandeliers, gilded mirrors, and leather chesterfields. Original accents await at every turn, including a cascading wall of green plants, the private “emerald room,” a vintage turquoise photo booth and a claw-foot bathtub that’s perfect for unforgettable photo ops. Next year, Rokwood will unveil its rooftop patio, where patrons can lounge in style with fresh air and picturesque views.

Resident DJs set the mood each night, and there’s no cover charge outside of special events, so Rokwood is the perfect spot to start or end your evening. Throughout the year, the nightclub will bring in local talent and celebrity guests to keep the party going.

The bar fuels those good times with an impressive selection of wines and spirits, and cocktails range from classics like the Paloma and Old Fashioned to creative originals, like the Red Riviera with cognac, raspberry, lemon, and mint. VIP tables and bottle service are also available for corporate groups, private parties and anyone wanting to enjoy a more intimate experience. 

Rokwood operates as a nightclub Thursday through Saturday, but the gorgeous venue is also available for private events, including weddings, birthday parties, product launches, charity balls and corporate functions. The updated space features several unique areas that can be sectioned off to accommodate gatherings of multiple sizes, and guests will enjoy the building’s one-of-a-kind artwork, stylish furnishings and striking lighting.

Rokwood is open Thursday through Saturday from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. For more information, or to book events, please visit rokwooddallas.com.

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