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Eight best places to watch the game in Dallas

texasby Alex Gonzalez

Football season is upon us, and for many of us millennials who don’t have the luxury of cable, finding the right place to catch the game can pose a bit of a challenge. Luckily, Dallas, a city who boasts some of the most legendary sports teams in the nation, is filled with plenty of bars, dives and lounges to watch the big game. Whether you’re a Cowboys, Mavs, Stars or Rangers fan, Dallas has plenty of places that align with your style and help you maintain your game day spirits. Continue reading

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Off the Cuff Opening in Deep Ellum


Off The Cuff, a new neighborhood bar coming to Deep Ellum is scheduled to open its doors in March. Dallas restaurant veterans Alex Hines and Tan Mai have a simple goal for their new bar concept – an upbeat environment where everyone feels comfortable and welcome. With an emphasis on a neighborhood feel, this isn’t your typical bar – Off The Cuff will be customer-oriented and adaptable, tailoring itself to what each customer wants, in an atmosphere that is vibrant and engaging.

The phrase “off the cuff” originated in the United States during the Great Depression Era, meaning spontaneous or without prior preparation – and that’s exactly what you’ll find here- a neighborhood bar as eclectic as the neighborhood it’s joining. “Our goal is to create a comfortable and energetic environment for everyone and really emphasize the word “service” in customer service,” said Off The Cuff co-owner Tan Mai. Continue reading

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