In the late ‘80s, The Village lost some of its coolness as many ventured towards the loft and high-rise lifestyles in Uptown, Downtown and Deep Ellum, but with the recent multi-million-dollar facelift, The Village is hip once again as the “cool kids” now migrate towards larger spaces, lower rents, and a one-stop shop for all of their needs. The beautiful people are moving back, and the party is just getting started.
Life at The Village today is different from the ‘70s and ‘80s. Residents are older on average than they used to be — mostly between 26 and 35, but still a long way from middle age and ready to enjoy all that this place has to offer.
Dive In where one can see and be seen at their raised glass pool or floating in their lagoon pool with a swim up bar. If you're not a Villager, you should find a friend who is, as residents can bring guests with them to this exclusive area of the community.
The Village offers a multitude of events each week, from concerts on their lawn, to live music in the food hall, many of which are open to both Villagers and non-Villagers.
In addition to the amenities offered exclusively to residents, The Village has a variety of shopping and dining options open to outsiders, including a flower shop, hair salon, barber shop, and doggie daycare and spa.
Restaurants open to the public include:
Buzz & Bustle is a craft coffee house serves custom lattes and fresh baked pastries.
If your idea of a perfect sports bar includes from-scratch classic American fare, an all-Texas craft draft list, and a rooftop deck that overlooks two sports fields, then Over Under is the place to be.
Afterglow is a retail store and juice bar selling top fitness apparel and sportswear and the perfect place to grab a refreshing post-workout, cold-pressed juice, smoothie or acai bowl.
Short for Modern Goods, MOGO Market, this is their on-the-go market offering snacks, a signature soda fountain, ice cream and more.
Roundhouse Food Hall features eight different food concepts that include a full bar serving up ice cold beer and cocktails. The concepts include Boss Cow, Doughregarde’s Pastries & Coffee, Fowl Mouth, Gngr, The Jetty Raw Bar & Cocktails, Tomāto Tomăto, Oak & Ash Wood Fired Pizza and Taco Cara.
Meridian: One of the hottest new restaurants in Dallas right now offering modern Brazilian cuisine from executive chef Junior Borges. Read our food critics' recent review of Meridian.
And then there are still more restaurants coming soon to The Village, including:
La Mina will offer authentic regional Mexican cuisine inspired by multiple regions throughout the country. It will feature homemade corn tortillas, fresh guacamole and salsas, and craft margaritas and cervezas.
Anise will be a quaint wine bar and Mediterranean restaurant located within the Drey Hotel. It will feature an extensive wine list, craft cocktails, shareable plates and large entrees.
There is something for everyone at The Village, whether you live there or not. So, be sure to stop in for a drink soon and check it out all that is new and happening here.