It’ll DO Club

4322 Elm St
Dallas, TX 75226 United States
+1 214 827-0262
Hours of Operation : Sat: 22:00 - 2:00
Price : $ (Inexpensive)

About It’ll DO Club

It’ll Do is an East Dallas club has been revamped into one of the city’s latest hot spots. A no-frills vibe keeps the focus on the stars of the show: a big dance floor and good DJs. Resident DJs play weekly but celebrity DJs have put this spot on their radar for guest appearances.

It’ll Do is a nice synthesis of urban hip with a quiet suburban clean civility. What this produces is a cleaner, gentler club scene.
On a Friday night, the spray painted wall of this old east Dallas bar lists upcoming DJ sets above alien cartooned animals. Still, the “It’ll Do” vintage sign remains in this dark gritty no man’s land east of the Deep Ellum neighborhood.

Inside, the details had been carefully restored from the padded wrap around vinyl booths to the wooded disco floor. Only a few dancers really let loose while a congregation hovered in synch around the new tiny raised block lit disco floor, taking turns parading down its strip.

What to Expect:

Many have said that the It’ll Do Club on the outside looks like a converted car garage and is not in the best of neighborhoods. Nevertheless, pasts guests will also tell you that it is moderately priced, awesome for dancing and somewhat loud, which is not a bad thing.

Once on the dance floor the bar is directly in front of you. The dance floor itself is huge with couches and benches around it.
If you look up you will notice some very cool exposed pipes on the ceiling giving it that warehouse feeling. Once you look down and you will notice a small strip in the middle of the dance floor right in front of the DJ which has tiles that are constantly changing colors.

If you are looking for simple, unpretentious, good old fashioned house music fun with a ginormous dance floor to stomp on, then the It’ll Do Club will do for you. Just make sure to go on a Thursday, Friday or Saturday night, as these are the nights on which the club is really jumping.


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