Spike (Reported Closed)

(214) 288-8882

5321 E Mockingbird Ln Ste 100, Dallas, TX | Directions   75206

32.838037 -96.775353

Open Hours

Mon. - Sun. 5pm - 2am

Restaurants, Bars & Clubs, Bars & Pubs  more

More Categories: Nightclubs, Lounges, Singles Bars

Bar & Club Special Features: 21 & Over, Outdoor Seating, Specialty Cocktails

Bar & Pub Special Features: Bar Food, Happy Hour

Payment Methods: American Express, Diners Club, Discover, Gift Certificate, MasterCard, Travelers Check, Visa

Neighborhoods: Northeast Dallas/ White Rock


Reviews for Spike

over a year ago

Have fun...just don't stay too late. – First Review: I want to clear up some of the pre-stated bar info.

Smoking is allowed after 10pm.

Minimum age is supposed to be 21+ although under aged are almost always let in.

This leads to the already small 'club' becoming a broom closet. Loses appeal as the hours roll by.

Tuesday Nights have become 'thuggish'. Old School hip hop brings out "Dallas' finest".

Bar service is painfully slow now after losing a few good bartenders.

Food is great with an excellent selection of worldly foods. A well priced menu makes it worth coming back

My advice? Go around 9pm and leave before 10:30 and go someplace else.

over a year ago

Innovative skewered snacks and bold specialty drinks keep this chic Mockingbird Station bar popular. – The Scene
Tucked into a tiny wedge of the pedestrian-friendly Mockingbird Station sits Spike (after dark, look for its illuminated blue sign). Depending on the time of day, customers enter through one of two doors--a typical storefront glass for lunchtime hours, a heavier alternative at night. The small L-shaped location separates the bar area from dining tables, allowing hungry customers breathing room from the mingling singles crowd. Patio tables scattered out front provide comfortable seating alternatives.

The Draw
Mockingbird Station, with the Angelika Theater and surrounding stylish shops, draws in customers who often end up at this bar. The clever menu of easy-to-eat, skewered foods, as well as pizza and various tapas, satiates both the pre- and post-movie crowds, as well as weary shoppers needing energy. Even those dining at neighboring restaurants stop by for the strong specialty martinis, mojitos and South American-inspired caiproskas that keep the young, hip and trendy crowds going.

over a year ago

Good Happy Hour? – Rumored to have a good hahpy hour, a group of friends and I went after work. We missed the happy hour somehow and just did a round of tapas and drinks. The watermelon mojito was good (really strong) as were all the tapas dishes. However, the tapas were so small that it was difficult to share.


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Best of Citysearch

Won for:
Signature Drinks (2006)
Nominations Nominated for:
Martini (2006)
Martini (2005)
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