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D-Link to Deep Ellum

Deep Ellum is more DARTable than ever,
thanks to new D-Link connections.

The popular D-Link bus shuttle now stops on Good-Latimer Expressway, between Elm and Main streets near the neighborhood's main drag.

Deep Ellum is connected via D-Link to other popular neighborhoods downtown, like the West End, Farmers Market, Arts District and Uptown. It's now a cinch to spend a day or evening exploring Dallas without having to park and move your car.

The shops, restaurants, galleries, clubs and murals of Deep Ellum are best experienced on foot. Step off D-Link and into Dallas' funkiest, most artsy district.

Start your shopping excursion right on Elm Street, the heart (and namesake) of the neighborhood. Epocha Shoe Gallery is the first and last word in trendy men's shoes and clothing.

Hungry? Stonedeck Pizza Pub is serving classic, thin-crust pizza in a cozy environment. In addition to the expected ingredients, pizzas come with exotic toppings like chicken tikka masala and Asian-style pork - it might sound odd, but it's delicious. The kitchen's open late, and it's a bar, too, with the kind of beer selection and cocktails that the name suggests. Don't miss the patio out back; it's one of the best around.

Over on Main Street, check out B4, Deep Ellum's own time machine to the '70s and '80s, crammed full of vintage toys and board games, vinyl records and old gaming systems. If it's from your childhood, B4 probably has it.

The neighborhood is rightfully famous for its nightlife. If you're looking for an old-fashioned Deep Ellum rock 'n' roll bar, Three Links is the real deal. It's operated by Dallas music scene veterans, and hosts an array of bands, both local and national, ranging from indie pop to electronica. But it wears its punk roots on its sleeve, with one-of-a-kind, hand-drawn show posters lining the walls.

D-Link is not the only way to reach the wide-ranging experiences of Deep Ellum. The Green Line's Deep Ellum and Baylor University Medical Center stations are also within walking distance of most of the district's gems.

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