Business and Organization Members
As of March 16, 2022, the businesses, organizations, and agencies listed below are active Alliance Partners of 24HourDallas.
Annual dues are $100.
Those indicated with a star ⭐ are Charter Members. Charter Members joined as a show of faith prior to our inaugural annual meeting on Nov. 16, 2020.
Each of these members is a stakeholder in Dallas’ nighttime economy. Each also values an equitable, vibrant, and safer social nightscape.
Lonzo Anderson—City of Dallas, Executive Assistant Police Chief
Andres Properties ⭐
ARF Financial ⭐
AT&T Performing Arts Center
BKD, LLP ⭐
Casey Burgess—City of Dallas, Executive Assistant City Attorney
Business Council for the Arts
Buzzbrews Kitchen, Inc.
Central Market ⭐
Dallas Area Rape Crisis Center
Dallas Arts District ⭐
Dallas Film & Creative Industries Office
Dallas Hope Charities
Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Dallas Voice ⭐
Denney Law Group ⭐
DM Group Consulting
Directions Consulting Group ⭐
E Bar Tex Mex
Episcopal Church of St. Thomas the Apostle, Dallas ⭐
Fair Park First
Jon Fortune—City of Dallas, Deputy City Manager
Fair Park First
Eddie García—City of Dallas, Police Chief
Greenville Avenue Pizza Company (GAPCo)
Jill Haning—City of Dallas, Executive Assistant City Attorney
Hotel Association of North Texas ⭐
Katy Trail Ice House
The Kessler Theater
Kitchen Dog Theater
Klyde Warren Park
Madison Partners, LLC ⭐
Methodist Dallas Medical Center
Nasher Sculpture Center
New Friends New Life ⭐
Omni Dallas Hotel ⭐
One City Music Group ⭐
The Original Pancake House – DFW
Pavé Group ⭐
Ravenstreet Partners LLC
Rock Strategic LLC
Ruthie’s Rolling Cafe Powered by Café Momentum
Safe Night LLC ⭐
Carl Simpson—City of Dallas, Assistant City Manager
Spider Murphy’s Pub
Spearmint Rhino Gentlemen’s Clubs
Texas Hospitality and Non-profit Law Center, PLLC
Texas Restaurant Association – North Texas Region
The Men’s Club
The Thanks-Giving Foundation/Thanks-Giving Square ⭐
West End Association
Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse
Zalat Restaurant Group ⭐
Alliance Partner Spotlight
Shining in the heart of downtown Dallas, Omni Dallas Hotel connects via sky bridge to the Dallas Convention Center and is close to popular restaurants, shops and the Dallas Arts District.
Local history are artists are showcased throughout this splendid property’s guest rooms, meeting spaces and restaurants.
The 23-story, 1001-room hotel is owned by the City of Dallas, managed by Omni Hotels & Resorts, and has become an icon on Dallas’ skyline thanks to four miles of LED light fixtures that are programmed to display dynamic lighting patterns.
Omni Dallas Hotel was also an early adopter of our focus on Dallas’ nighttime economy and we’re enormously proud to have the hotel as a Charter Member of 24HourDallas.