Speaking of Sundays, take a trip on up to the Rose Room on the second floor and witness the truth that is Dallas' finest drag queens. Right across the street from Round-Up, Station 4 is two stories of fuel-injected dance music, drag queens, glow sticks and jello shots — and it never disappoints. This old-school Western bar is a great, laid-back bar, righ, smack in the center of the Cedar Springs strip — making it a favorite for off-duty bronc busters and Lady Gaga. While it looks small on the outside, it has a rather impressive patio with a half-court basketball court for your Sunday happy hour adventures. Or sign in with a social account: The patio kicks ass, the upstairs bar has the stronger drinks, and the downstairs bar is prone to sing-a-longs.
Yeah, that's what it's like after a Sunday at Hidden Door.
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Tight jeans, cowboy boots and line dancing. And Monday night's Cassie's Freak Show featuring Dallas drag queen legend, Cassie Nova, is one of the best, no-cover ways to make the beginning of your work week a littler bit freakier. Also, pickle juice in the bloody mary is next level. You know that scene in Varsity Blues where the guys have been partying all night, and then stumble wearily into the sun? You won't be disappointed. You have successfully signed up for your selected newsletter s - please keep an eye on your mailbox, we're movin' in!