Dallas >Bars & Clubs > Muddy Waters
4314 Live Oak, Dallas, TX | Directions 7520432.798424 -96.776965
Neighborhoods: East Dallas
New best drinkers paradise – Every town needs a city wide watering hole! In Dallas most have dried up. But Muddy Waters is still flowing and the price is right. Private parking for Free. Drinks are cheap. Conversation is possible and sometimes lively. Stop by and buy me a beer.
Muddy Waters Is Now On Live oak! – muddy waters... Is the Only Place In Live oak and Carroll Av. Serving Since the Jazz Comes Up, with The Blues" All Those precursors of the Live Entertainment," 'Muddy waters ' is Been Following The tradition with a taste Of great, Different "Music Live" All Weekends such Contemporary Music To Hip Hop and Rock ! the Best Drummers And The Best Singers From Out Of Town ! And great Locals Performers. Such A great time You Will have If You Come Tuesday This day Is A "OPEN MIC"
Make This Venue Very Special The Great Service! The Great People and The Grat Live music!
Ask For Our Specials! we Have a great deals
4314 Live oak
Dallas Texas 75204
214 823 1518
Bayou Bar in the Heart of Lower Greenville! – Muddy Waters could be located in the swampy bayou somewhere down in Mississippi, for all of it's backwater ambience. I Love Muddy Waters!!! It has the feeling of a real neighborhood bar, a favorite of the Lakewood locals, and usually very good live music! Check out 8 Ball and the Breakers on Friday Aug. 10th.
Live Music, Cold Beer, Good Liquor Prices...A good time for all! – Muddy Waters on Lower Greenville isn't the standard "highbrow" "look at my Rolex" kind of Lower Greenville Bar. Low keyed, friendly people and good live music. Unlike most Greenville night spots, Free Parking guarded by a guard.
Check out Grant Wiscour and the Infidels, a local favorite that plays monthly.
Lower Greenville's last stop named after the famous blues guitarist is known for music and cheap beer. – In Short
Named after the innovative blues guitarist, this Greenville Avenue staple offers the traditional aspects of your traditional blues bar: dark, crowded, smoky, a little grimy, cheap beer and great music. "King of the Dallas blues jams," local guitarist Hash Brown has been known to wander in and take the stage, as well as talented young rock bands, like Alan and the Theater Fire, paying their dues on Lower Greenville.
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