Best Bars in Dallas to have a drink right now
We bring you our Shortlist of the Ten Best Bars in Dallas to have a drink right now!
Our staff is willing to tell you what each of these best bars in Dallas is about! Whether you’re looking for cocktails, or an elevated food experience, these adresses should be on your go-to list.
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Not really a casual bar, but it’s on the 49th floor downtown and has views for days. Since the elevator ride is “soooo long” they give you a glass of champagne for the ride up. The cocktails are like $20 a piece, but the people watching pays for itself. Strict dress code is enforced.
Located in the same building as Monarch, it’s on the 8th floor, has great DJs and is a bit more relaxed than Monarch.
#3: Happiest Hour
Great place for excellent food, great and creative cocktails, and a huge patio. Anything by the Harwood District team is killer.
#4: The Rustic
Incredible tacos/food! And they have this margarita with a frozen sangria popsicle in it. They bring bands and have an outstanding patio outside.
Happy hour every day until 8, all day on Mondays, and any time it rains. You should definitely check out the $5 batched old fashions! The only reason it’s half way down the list is because it’s very tiny. Only about 20-25 people can fit in the building, but if you can get there early or get a spot at the bar or table, you’re set!
#6: Meddlesome Moth
The Meddlesome Moth is a gastropub for the beer folks. They have tons on draft! They have really cool/old/ornate stained glass ceilings, great apps, great brunch, and overall vibe is fun.
#7: Bourbon & Banter
This is very much a speakeasy vibe. Reservation only right now but it’s in the bottom floor/basement area of the Statler Hotel/Residences. You have to go through a phone booth and a wall opens up. Great bourbon/whiskey selection and great cocktails.
#8: Midnight Rambler
It’s another speakeasy vibe of a place in the basement of the Joule Hotel in downtown – Very bougie! Honestly, the only reason this is so far down on the list is because sometimes the music is SO loud, you can’t hear yourself think…
#9: The Henry
Great two story building plus patio. Super mixologists and great overall vibe.
As described by the venue itself: Everything about Harper’s, from its vibrant ambiance to the elevated cocktails and cuisine, is designed to stand out.
Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.
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