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Locals and visitors alike love Trinity Hall Irish Pub & Restaurant. That's because this establishment offers an impressive selection of beer for patrons to enjoy in a friendly, warm atmosphere. The food here often goes beyond your standard pub fare, with the chef creating special dishes to complement a certain drink from time to time. The sounds of live music fill the bar on a regular basis.
The premiere karaoke bar in Dallas offering American Style Open Mic in the main area with a 200 inch Video Display or you could use the Asian Style Private rooms where you and your friends can sing on two wireless microphones in front of 42 inch Plasma TVs. They can accommodate parties of 2 to 200 with great food, a full bar and a full service waitstaff. With over 20,000 songs in a variety of languages including English, Korean, Indonesian, Chinese, Russian, Spanish, Thai, Japanese, Vietnamese and Filipino, you are sure to find something for everyone.
Less than two years old, Soho joins just two other Dallas restaurants in providing live jazz. Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights a band crowds onto the postage-stamp-size stage and turns out delightful jazz. The open ceiling creates favorable acoustics, while the blue and steel grey interior is offset with a combination of Asian and Italian decor. Italian and Asian flavors dominate the menu as well, and although the dishes are not traditional, the two tastes are never fused into a single menu item. Lightly seasoned Sea Bass served over Tuscan-style white beans is a house favorite.