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Nightlife in Dallas is similar to any other large city, however restaurants and nightclubs seem to be the favored venues for black entertainment in Dallas. Jazz and Blues both have historical roots here. Jazz remains very popular among mature black party goers. Neighborhood bars are not very popular here, but because Dallas is a major city most Black entertainers make sure the city is part of their tour.