Vinyl Friendly Dallas Businesses
Driven by a wave of nostalgia and a unique sound quality, vinyl record sales are at their highest level since the early years of their plastic counterpart. Once you start your own collection you understand the need to surround yourself with those who support and encourage your new habit to spend any excess cash you have on building the perfect vinyl library. That's why we have compiled a list of our favorite local Dallas businesses, restaurants, and bars that support our love of vinyl. So if you consider yourself a vinyl junkie, frequent your local record shop, or think of yourself as just an analog guy/girl in a digital world than this list is for you.
A craft-centric retail beer store featuring over 600 select brews from around the globe and some of the best damn sandwiches you'll find in Dallas. Check out their rad selection of Good Records vinyl that covers everything from Miles Davis to the Phantasm Soundtrack.
An intriguing, southern-inspired destination for relaxing suppers, slow weekend brunching or a meeting hub for business lunches and happy hour. Check out their vinyl happy hour that features a great variety of staff-selected records like Frank Sinatra or the Forrest Gump Soundtrack, along with great deals on their amazing cocktails.
With over 20 beers on tap, a full liquor bar, and a selection of roughly 2,000 records on vinyl curated by Lower Greenville's Good Records, this place is quickly becoming a Deep Ellum staple.
The historic Texas Theatre, in lieu of a traditional jukebox, has installed a Crosley record player. While they have a permanent collection on rotation, they certainly encourage guests to BYOV: Bring Your Own Vinyl!
The Wild Detectives
A combination bookstore and bar/cafe, where you can dig through their curated collection of books and vinyl while sipping on your favorite brews.