Enjoy a Lively Evening at Mama Tried Honky Tonk in Dallas

Close up of the guitarist for a musical act at Mama Tried Honky Tonk in Dallas

If you’re searching for a place that offers cold beer, entertainment, and a huge patio, look no further than Mama Tried Honky Tonk.

As Dallas’s newest honky tonk, visitors can enjoy classic Texas and outlaw country music plus a bit of bluegrass.

The bar is open Tuesday through Sunday until 2:00 a.m., and it’s a fun place to meet friends.


The chefs prepare a small menu using the freshest ingredients. Try the spicy cornmeal catfish or fried chicken sandwich with a side of crinkle fries and a pint of draft beer.


The performers taking to the stage over the next few weeks include:

Mike Randall (May 4)

Mike Randall grew up in North Texas. As a young boy, he found his groove singing three- and four-part harmonies. By 12, he was writing songs on his acoustic guitar. Today, Mike is known for blending rock, soul, and country sounds, and he entertains the crowd from start to finish.

Lost Dog Street Band (May 11)

Made up of the husband and wife team of Benjamin Tod and Ashley Mae, the Lost Dog Street Band is known for its dark country sound. In the beginning, the couple dedicated themselves to the tradition of the American troubadour, and hopped trains and hitchhiked across the country to share their unique blend of original songwriting and tragic storytelling. Their setlist includes “Without a Doubt,” “Bring Back Someday,” and “Just Say Goodbye.”

Brandon Steadman (May 17)

Based out of Fort Worth, Brandon Steadman has won over the hearts of music lovers across the Metroplex. He comes from a family of natural performers and learned to play the guitar at 17. Brandon entertains at numerous venues, and his songs include “Colorado,” “All I’m Asking,” and “Without Saying Goodbye.”

If you would like to live near Mama Tried Honky Tonk and other entertainment destinations, please contact us. We would love to give you a tour of One Dallas Center where you can see firsthand all we have to offer.

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