Deep Ellum Newsletter

February 25, 2021

Serious Pizza's Grand Reopening!

Serious Pizza
2807 Elm Street
Friday, February 26, 2021

It’s seriously happening! Serious Pizza is set to start offering guests a bigger, better experience with giant pies, killer merch, weekend DJs and more, when they reopen this Friday!

If you know Serious Pizza, you know they go BIG. Fans will notice the difference as soon as they walk through the door. Not in the Seriously Large 30” New York-style pizza that guests obsess over, but in the overall experience. The popular pizzeria will also host a live DJ on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, appealing to their late-night crowds. It would be a serious mistake to miss this reopening!

A Specialty "Pop-Up" Dinner Coming to AllGood Cafe

AllGood Cafe
2934 Main Street
Friday, March 5, and Saturday, March 6, 2021
7:00pm & 8:30pm seatings

AllGood Cafe is holding an extra special pop-up dinner next weekend! Brian Hennington, the former chef of the Deep Ellum Cafe and developer of many AllGood Cafe recipes, is returning to Deep Ellum for a two-night dining experience at AllGood Cafe.

The dinner will be by reservation only with two seatings each night. Check AllGood Cafe’s Facebook page for updates regarding making reservations and more about this one-of-a-kind experience.

Support Local Art at Kettle Art Gallery

Kettle Art
2650 Main Street
Open Saturdays and Sundays
Noonish-5:00pm

Kettle Art Gallery has been a creative headquarters for local artists since they first opened in Deep Ellum and they are still proud to serve as your local art supplier!

Their walls are full of gorgeous works and the only thing missing is you! Visit Kettle Art this weekend to support local artists and to beautify your walls.

Live Music, Trivia, and More!

Deep Ellum Brewing Co. Taproom + Kitchen
2823 St. Louis Street

Enjoy some good tunes and great beer at the Deep Ellum Taproom + Kitchen. Play a game of Music Bingo Wednesdays from 7:00pm–9:00pm or check out some local live music every Friday from 6:00pm-9:00pm in the DEBC Beer Garden. PLUS, Trivia is back on Thursdays starting at 7:30pm.

Check out the full Deep Ellum lineup and food menu here! 

Undermain Theatre from the Archives

Undermain Theatre
3200 Main Street
Stream Virtually
Undermain Theatre presents from their archives a 2010 solo performance: The Be(a)st of Taylor Mac. A flamboyant chameleon of words, music, and sociopolitical tirades, visual and vocal phenomenon, Mac employs gender-bending surrealism to explore the human condition and challenge the contemporary culture of fear. This performance is available only to Season Subscribers and it runs from February 24 – March 14, 2021.

Purchase a season pass so you can be eligible to view this streaming show by the artist that Time Out Magazine called “One of the most exciting Theater Artists of our time,”  and who now has become a star of Broadway and Off-Broadway both as a performer and playwright!

Celebrating a Life-Long Legacy of Service in Deep Ellum

It is with sadness and a deep sense of gratitude that the Deep Ellum Community Association (DECA) shares the passing of its president, longtime board member, and fierce volunteer Jim Rogers. Jim embodied the spirit of the Deep Ellum community—advocating for the district with selfless gifts of time, craft, and service to others. Warmly referred to as the Mr. Rogers of the neighborhood, Jim coalesced a new era of governance at DECA, building on a strong history of community support from past leaders.

Jim was immensely proud to work on and lead a variety of DECA projects. He was an early champion, uber-volunteer, and green-thumb guru at the popular Deep Ellum Urban Gardens (DUG). He cared deeply for neighborhood infrastructure and how it impacted residents, businesses, and visitors. From repairing twinkle lights and removing unsafe tree limbs to filling sidewalk holes and fixing broken water meter covers, Jim stepped in simply because there were problems that needed fixing.

He was instrumental in expanding and growing the Deep Ellum Outdoor Market, fueling business for craftspeople and artists, and engendering community and commerce. Jim coordinated and organized DECA’s presence at the annual Deep Ellum Arts Festival. More recently, he was instrumental in advocating for Deep Ellum’s free COVID-19 testing. He was immensely proud of the Deep Ellum community and his impact will last forever.

Free COVID-19 Testing in Deep Ellum

Life in Deep Ellum
2803 Taylor Street
Tuesdays
1:00pm-3:00pm

The Deep Ellum Community Association (DECA) continues to bring a convenient opportunity for free COVID-19 testing to Deep Ellum to serve service industry workers, residents, and other local stakeholders.

Testing is free, but bring your insurance card if you have one. After testing, you will receive your results in 24-48 hours.

Deep Ellum in the News

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Edie Brickell & the New Bohemians Recall Their Deep Ellum Days
The Assembly is Bringing Modern Offices to Deep Ellum

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