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Branca Room
Food & Drink

Go Inside the Branca Room, Dallas’ First Vermouth Bar

The flavored, fortified wine takes center stage at this new Argentinian speak-easy in the Bishop Arts District.
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Food and Drink

Ten Bells Tavern in Oak Cliff Will Close on April 24

The real estate development company that owns the block is making the bar leave three months earlier than expected.
By Rachel Colman
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Valentine's Day

Sandoitchi and Midnight Rambler Collab on a Valentine’s Day Pop-Up Dinner

The roving Japanese sando peddler will bring a five-course tasting menu—paired with barman Gabe Sanchez’s cocktails—for a duo of dinners this February.
Black Bird Society
Bar Review

The Rare Pours and Moody Digs of Blackbird Society

In Deep Ellum, a manga-inspired speakeasy broods behind sibling bar Neon Kitten.
Neon Sign that says “God Save the Rodeo Bar”
Bars

Yeehaw, Rodeo Bar Struts Back Into Downtown

The Texas tavern opens inside the Adolphus Hotel January 10 with original ’80s-era neon signage and some new tricks, too—namely a remodeled space and a refreshed menu.

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The Gin Tonic bar at Legacy Hall.
Drinking

Where to Tip Back Spirit-Free Drinks Around Dallas

Be it Dry January or sobriety or “my liver needs some R&R”—whatever the booze-less impetus—here’s where to find some tasty non-alcoholic beverages.
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Drinking

The Best Things We Drank in the Year 2021

We sipped. We quaffed. We glugged.
By with Chase Beakley and Kathy Wise
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Bars

Dallas Bars and Restaurants That Get You Into the Holiday Spirit

Dine inside a snow globe, sip boozy cocoa from a Santa mug—the Christmas pop-ups are here and cheery as all get out.
Thunderbird patio
Bars

Watch a Car Smash Into Thunderbird Station’s Patio Fencing

The hit-and-run crash occurred early Tuesday morning. It wasn’t the first time owner Kim Finch has seen vehicles “Dukes of Hazzard launch” into things in Deep Ellum.
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Bars

In Deep Ellum, Electric Shuffle Wants to Make Shuffleboard Cool

The retro-industrial spot, which opened November 19, is shuffling up the bar scene on Elm Street.
By Jacob Villalobos