Lee Harvey's

★★★★☆
  • 1807 Gould St

    Dallas, TX 75215

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  • 214-428-1555

About Lee Harvey's

Hours
Monday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Tuesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Wednesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Thursday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM Friday 11:00 AM - 12:00 AM Saturday 3:00 PM - 12:00 AM Sunday 1:00 PM - 10:00 PM

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Worst staff and customer service ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Stay AWAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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★★★★★

Worst staff and customer service ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Stay AWAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I used to recommend Lee Harvey's to people, but I definitely won't be anymore. What they did to me was not cool, and technically illegal. But hey, who's going to sue over a free meal and drink, right? Of course not! Instead, customers who have been wronged can tell their story in reviews, and hopefully Lee Harvey's has a cool owner who will read this and apologize.

So I won a contest they had for a free drink and entree, but they gave the prize to someone else based on a rule that was not posted or referenced anywhere (I looked, and they couldn't offer any evidence either). Imagine the excitement of winning something for free and then having them make up a rule and give it to someone else! I was shocked, but I thought, "hey, they're a cool place, they'll make this right." So I immediately brought their mistake to their attention, but their reply did not acknowledge their mistake or attempt to remedy it. Quite the opposite, actually. Then a piece of the evidence that I had won *mysteriously* disappeared from their web page so it looked like I hadn't won. There's no way to know if Lee Harvey's or someone else did this, but it just made the whole situation look that much more shady.

The free food/drink I won isn't important anymore. I just hope the person who was representing Lee Harvey's to me before wasn't the owner, and that the owner will admit they did something wrong and show good enough customer service to remedy their mistake. I gave the original person a lot of opportunity to do that before I posted this but they didn't take it. They turned the whole situation into one where a former customer doesn't want to go to Lee Harvey's again and is telling her friends not to go either.

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★☆☆☆☆

I used to recommend Lee Harvey's to people, but I definitely won't be anymore. What they did to me was not cool, and technically illegal. But hey, who's going to sue over a free meal and drink, right? Of course not! Instead, customers who have been wronged can tell their story in reviews, and hopefully Lee Harvey's has a cool owner who will read this and apologize.

So I won a contest they had for a free drink and entree, but they gave the prize to someone else based on a rule that was not posted or referenced anywhere (I looked, and they couldn't offer any evidence either). Imagine the excitement of winning something for free and then having them make up a rule and give it to someone else! I was shocked, but I thought, "hey, they're a cool place, they'll make this right." So I immediately brought their mistake to their attention, but their reply did not acknowledge their mistake or attempt to remedy it. Quite the opposite, actually. Then a piece of the evidence that I had won *mysteriously* disappeared from their web page so it looked like I hadn't won. There's no way to know if Lee Harvey's or someone else did this, but it just made the whole situation look that much more shady.

The free food/drink I won isn't important anymore. I just hope the person who was representing Lee Harvey's to me before wasn't the owner, and that the owner will admit they did something wrong and show good enough customer service to remedy their mistake. I gave the original person a lot of opportunity to do that before I posted this but they didn't take it. They turned the whole situation into one where a former customer doesn't want to go to Lee Harvey's again and is telling her friends not to go either.

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Just went here for the first time a couple weeks ago, on a Sunday night. Happy hour all day = yay! I had a burger and onion rings and they were delicious.

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★★★★☆

Just went here for the first time a couple weeks ago, on a Sunday night. Happy hour all day = yay! I had a burger and onion rings and they were delicious.

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This is a kicka$$ place to hang out with a large or small group of people. There's tons of seating outside...and they routinely have live music out there. Great food on the menu, and great drink prices...and it's kind of tucked away so you don't have to fight alot of traffic like you do in other areas (I'm looking at you deep ellum and uptown).

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★★★★★

This is a kicka$$ place to hang out with a large or small group of people. There's tons of seating outside...and they routinely have live music out there. Great food on the menu, and great drink prices...and it's kind of tucked away so you don't have to fight alot of traffic like you do in other areas (I'm looking at you deep ellum and uptown).

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My first time ever in Dallas and my friend takes me this Dive bar its like all other dive bars but Lee's has fire pits outside and really good margaritas!! now im not sure if it was the plane ride and lack of eating all day but the margaritas where tasty

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★★★☆☆

My first time ever in Dallas and my friend takes me this Dive bar its like all other dive bars but Lee's has fire pits outside and really good margaritas!! now im not sure if it was the plane ride and lack of eating all day but the margaritas where tasty

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This is a unique bar for Dallas. The other reviews are correct that the location is kinda shady but don't let that keep you away. The bar is kinda small but thats ok because you really want to be outside in the fenced in yard. They also have a little stage area for bands to play. This is just a very different kinda place with a wide variety of patrons. Give it a try, I think you will like it.

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★★★★☆

This is a unique bar for Dallas. The other reviews are correct that the location is kinda shady but don't let that keep you away. The bar is kinda small but thats ok because you really want to be outside in the fenced in yard. They also have a little stage area for bands to play. This is just a very different kinda place with a wide variety of patrons. Give it a try, I think you will like it.

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Lee Harvey's is the best bar in Dallas because of it's ownership and clientele! The owner knows how to put together a bar that makes all feel welcome and none as though they don't belong. Great drinks, surprisingly simple but "bar food" and great music add up to one fantastic hidden gem. The crowd is a virtual hodgepodge of everyone. Creative types, Artsy types, Preps, Rockers, Intellectuals, Locals and everybody in between go to this bar. No, the location may not be the best....but that's part of it's charm. Actually, the locals are some of the loyal who frequent the place and give it a lot of it's color and flavor. It reminds me of the kind of "local" bars that cities like Chicago and Detroit are known for. Just a cool cool place to hang with friends without all the attitude!

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★★★★★

Lee Harvey's is the best bar in Dallas because of it's ownership and clientele! The owner knows how to put together a bar that makes all feel welcome and none as though they don't belong. Great drinks, surprisingly simple but "bar food" and great music add up to one fantastic hidden gem. The crowd is a virtual hodgepodge of everyone. Creative types, Artsy types, Preps, Rockers, Intellectuals, Locals and everybody in between go to this bar. No, the location may not be the best....but that's part of it's charm. Actually, the locals are some of the loyal who frequent the place and give it a lot of it's color and flavor. It reminds me of the kind of "local" bars that cities like Chicago and Detroit are known for. Just a cool cool place to hang with friends without all the attitude!

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Lee Harvey's isn't convenient unless you live in a not so great neighborhood or one of those "we're renovating the neighborhoos condos" Either way, it's still worth the drive. A small shack (someone's gramma's old house I think) with a large fenced in yard (great for DogDay Sundays) with tons of fire pits (great for cold anydays) can't be beat. It's worth the trip.

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★★★★☆

Lee Harvey's isn't convenient unless you live in a not so great neighborhood or one of those "we're renovating the neighborhoos condos" Either way, it's still worth the drive. A small shack (someone's gramma's old house I think) with a large fenced in yard (great for DogDay Sundays) with tons of fire pits (great for cold anydays) can't be beat. It's worth the trip.

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I would like to start out by saying I have read the previous reviews and for me this is more of a trip down memory lane rather than a review. You see, my grandfather (Allen) and grandmother (Ruby) opened that bar or at that time it was called Tesch's B-Que, in the 1950's. You are right, the neighborhood has seen better days, the booths are a little ragged, and if you go into the women's bathroom the bathtub is still there as my grandmother left it years ago. For many this is a trendy little place to visit but for me it was like coming home again. .... Faded Love playing softly in the background and my grandfather patiently waiting to teach me the waltz while my grandmother was tending the bar and cooking the lunch special of the day.

Thank you so much for keeping their memory alive.

Cindy

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★★★★☆

I would like to start out by saying I have read the previous reviews and for me this is more of a trip down memory lane rather than a review. You see, my grandfather (Allen) and grandmother (Ruby) opened that bar or at that time it was called Tesch's B-Que, in the 1950's. You are right, the neighborhood has seen better days, the booths are a little ragged, and if you go into the women's bathroom the bathtub is still there as my grandmother left it years ago. For many this is a trendy little place to visit but for me it was like coming home again. .... Faded Love playing softly in the background and my grandfather patiently waiting to teach me the waltz while my grandmother was tending the bar and cooking the lunch special of the day.

Thank you so much for keeping their memory alive.

Cindy

Pros: I grew up in that bar

Cons: I grew up in that bar

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very dangerous for single women and a bit snotty for a dive bar.

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★★☆☆☆

very dangerous for single women and a bit snotty for a dive bar.

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I love the bar, the atmosphere is great and I really needed a new joint since Xpo was gone..BUT The bar staff has major attitude more suited to someplace in Uptown. A real shame because that's the only thing that keeps me and my buds away.

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★★★☆☆

I love the bar, the atmosphere is great and I really needed a new joint since Xpo was gone..BUT The bar staff has major attitude more suited to someplace in Uptown. A real shame because that's the only thing that keeps me and my buds away.

Pros: Chill atmosphere, Great space in and ou

Cons: Horrible staff, parking sucks

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Poor service was the hallmark of a Thursday night visit when temps were hovering at about a hundred degrees. The burgers and sandwiches were good, onion rings frozen and then cooked within an inch of their lives. Beer and drink prices were good. The house isn't as "historic" as it is run down. Run down, in fact, in a neighborhood that is run down. Apparently the bartender serves diners in the booths and doesn't care to. Annoying too is that at 8:15 p.m. the bartender closed all tickets. Ready or not......

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★★☆☆☆

Poor service was the hallmark of a Thursday night visit when temps were hovering at about a hundred degrees. The burgers and sandwiches were good, onion rings frozen and then cooked within an inch of their lives. Beer and drink prices were good. The house isn't as "historic" as it is run down. Run down, in fact, in a neighborhood that is run down. Apparently the bartender serves diners in the booths and doesn't care to. Annoying too is that at 8:15 p.m. the bartender closed all tickets. Ready or not......

Pros: close to downtown, music, dog friendly

Cons: neighborhood, run down premises, poor service

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We went here at night and they had fire pits lit and keeping us warm. The service was very courteous. I heard you can take your dog here during the day, something I plan to do. Be sure to ask for a key chain. The music was a fun mix.

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★★★★☆

We went here at night and they had fire pits lit and keeping us warm. The service was very courteous. I heard you can take your dog here during the day, something I plan to do. Be sure to ask for a key chain. The music was a fun mix.

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In the glow of colorful lights draped over the de-barbed-wire fence, patrons relax on the porch of this historic-house-turned-bar or at a picnic table on the lawn. A homey aura turns near-nostalgic inside due to vinyl…

 

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