Ruins

2653 Commerce St, Dallas
(972) 707-0607

Recent Reviews

Antoinette Mims

Had some tacos from here via curb side pickup and man, they were amazing!!! My order was perfect (all items ordered were included) in the time of Corona as well - which is something I really appreciate. Thank you all for serving goodness through this time and your attention to detail.

Justin Eberhardt

The owner is great and will always treat you like family

Angelica Srivoraphan

Loved this spot in the heart of deep ellum neighborhood. Great patio, nice indoor area with cool ambiance, and apparently there is a small concert venue in back as well. Food was great, cocktails were even better. Highly recommend.

Shiela Mae SC

First time in a bar. I can say my best memories starts from here. Very nice place

Nica Jose Mejia

Great drinks. Good people.

Chloe Alix

Atmosphere is really cool. The margarita was delicious. Food was really disappointing. The tacos sounded so good on the menu but lacked flavor. I’d go back for the drinks but not the food.

Andrew Plock

Can't believe I hadn't stepped foot in here sooner. Great, handcrafted cocktails. Unique offerings and some of the best pastor tacos I've had in the area. The entire bar has a really unique vibe and decor. Great for hanging out and spending a few hours sipping cocktails and snacking on some solid tacos. Wait staff were super cool and knew the menu well. Ruins is a must in Deep Ellum.

A S.

The short: Good drinks, better food. I'll definitely be back here! The long: We got a few drinks, one was a pisco drink that was super smooth and surprisingly good (my husband loves pisco, I hate it), the second was a prickly pear margarita which was good, nothing to write home about though, and the third was yes brown or something to that extent and was spirit forward and excellent. The tacos were some of the best we've had in Dallas so far, we also got the red snapper which was good but the tacos were better (and better priced). But long story short we'll definitely be back!

Sam B.

As much as i wanted to dismiss this spot as a hipster, white-boy spot at first glance (which it is- fight me!), they have clearly done their homework. The al pastor Taco was the real deal, albeit $3.50 is a little more than you'll pay at an actual Mexican food-for-Mexicans taco truck. I think of it as a finder's fee, totally acceptable in the illicit substance dark economy and, food being my new drug of choice, I will accept this as part and parcel of eating great food. A solid 4 stars for food, 3 for the hipster ambience.

Christina Gonzalez

Great food nice atmosphere friendly staff prices are awesome

Kathryn B.

Great drinks + food We came here for the national margarita day specials and weren't disappointed by the service or beverages

Melody V.

Great spot in deep ellum, really good margs and shareables. We came here with a group of friends during National Margarita Day (holla!). The nachos are really yummy and come in a chip bag. The patio is nice. Service can be slow at times but that's expected of bars in deep ellum.

Steven Mark Guzman

Great. The best place in DE

Ziggy Gardner

First time here. Came for a show in the back room. Really enjoyed the space. Bartenders were attentive & kept the drinks flowing for me and my group. Will definitely be returning.

Esther Sanchez

Ok service ok food. Definitely not authentic I've been to Oaxaca myself and this is not that typical. I did ask my waiter if the horchata was Mayfair he said yes but it's definitely not homemade as he needed scene service was very slow and they seemed understaffed the bartender didn't seem happy either and needed help aside from that if you want to have the most uncomfortable lunch or dinner go hear their stools are so painful to sit on they seem just super cheap I'm not the only one to complain about this because I actually spoke to different people that had been here before and they're super uncomfortable.

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