Dos Jefes Happy Hour Specials in Dallas, TX
Dos Jefes embodies the zest, freedom and passion of Latin and Asian heritages, cuisine and spirits in an exciting tequila bar atmosphere. Artful and savory Latin-asian tapas are paired perfectly with story-telling, handcrafted cocktails in a high-energy social lounge. Video DJs spin in time to the 12 foot, interactive LED board and VIPs can indulge in the 42 ROOM, where only the finest 1942 Limited Edition Don Julio tequila is served.
Del Frisco’s Grille Happy Hour Specials in Dallas, TX
Del Frisco’s Grille is set in vibrant Uptown Dallas, the heart of Dallas dining and social scene, just blocks from downtown. Our restaurant blends industrial and plush elements to create a stylish, social and relaxed atmosphere. Two energetic bars create a buzz throughout the restaurant unlike any other American grill, and floor-to-ceiling windows set the stage for an exciting dining experience. The patios provide the perfect glimpse of the action on the McKinney Avenue corridor and offer some of the best al fresco dining in Dallas. Its a perfect place to meat up, drink up and soak in the atmosphere. Grab a seat and indulge in bold flavors in Big D.
Idle Rich Pub Happy Hour Specials in Dallas, Texas
Idle Rich Pub specializes in the beers, whiskeys and food of Northern Europe, encompassing a wide selection of Belgian, English and German and American craft beers, sixty whiskey choices, and pub food classics such as fish and chips, ale-steamed mussels and a shepherd’s pie. Be sure to check the chalkboards located throughout the pub, which list rotating and season beers, whiskeys, wines and special food offerings. We take great care in the selection and presentation of our products.
Blackfriar Pub Happy Hour Specials in Dallas, TX
Blackfriar is an Irish owned pub located in an old frame house on historic McKinney Avenue. What was once the front yard is now a lively beer garden overlooking this bustling cobblestone avenue. The pub is a casual welcoming spot, a favorite with the neighborhood.
The interior is decorated with ornate antique woodwork that came most recently from the VIP room of the former Hard Rock Cafe which stood next door until 2008. The room was called the Cheeseclub and was, by all accounts, the centre of Dallas 1980s celebrity debauchery. The woodwork came originally from a castle in England owned by Pete of The Who, the entire room being shipped to Dallas in 1982.