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“First time there, will be back”
Review of Granada Theater

Granada Theater
Ranked #69 of 251 things to do in Dallas
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Reviewed March 7, 2014

The Granada Theater feels similar to House of Blues, but has some rougher edges but that doesn't deter from its charm.

The acoustics are excellent, the staff friendly and helpful. Decent parking behind the venue if you want it for $8 bucks the night we saw Sharon Jones and the Dapp Kings.

I appreciate the ability to be right up to the stage as there was no photo pit or moat of security to keep you away.

The drink I had was decent and at $7 bucks (I think it was) its not outrageous for the venue.

Greatly enjoyed it and will be back.

Thank ThaiCookingRocks
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Reviewed November 10, 2013

My second favorite place to see a concert in Dallas, after House of Blues. Because the place is relatively small, all the seats are good and there are no obstructions. I like the fact that it is well-managed and run efficiently. They have waiters to take your food and drink order, or you can order at the bar. Sound system is good, so overall this is an excellent place to see a concert.

Thank russkwtx
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Reviewed October 28, 2013

Concerts here are always a blast. Atmosphere is historic and rustic at the same time, and seeing performers here is an intimate experience. Has a wide variety of musicians--I've seen the most popular to the ones no one has ever heard of. Hoping that I get to return on my next trip to Texas.

2  Thank thekuskafa
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Reviewed October 16, 2013

The Granada does not disappoint, we've had seats in the front, seats in the upper balcony, and seats in the middle. All were great. Nice & intimate place to see your musical heroes up close. We've seen Dave Mason, Jimmie Vaughan, and the late great Ray Manzarek here. The bartenders are good & friendly, and it don't think they 'll let drinking get out of hand to where it is disrespectful to the artist. I do love this place, Snuffers was next door, old & run down, so they tore it down and are rebuilding. yAY! So after a night of great music and drinking, you can go to the new Snuffers to work on that hangover. Parking is behind Snuffers & Granada, it's $10 or $20. Walk down some steep steps. If you have someone with bad knees or hips, maybe you should drop them off in front. Those steps are an obstacle when you're having a bad 'joint' day.

1  Thank Valerie F
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Reviewed September 16, 2013 via mobile

Great venue for live music and events. The staff is always polite and helpful. Easy parking and good restaurants nearby.

1  Thank Gis_asc
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