Huge Austin nightclub to open in Deep Ellum

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Austin’s massive nightclub targets Deep Ellum for second location

A popular Austin bar, known for its juice cocktails and bustling patio, will open a second location in Dallas.

Green Light Social, which was founded in 2016, is planning a three-in-one nightclub location for 2625 Floyd Street, which is slated to open later this year. The Dallas Pot will be three times the size of the original Austin Bar, with a late-night cocktail bar and restaurant, a Vegas-style nightclub, and a members-only underground bar called the Ruby Room, after the infamous name. famous Dallas gangster and owner of the Jack Ruby nightclub. No word yet on an opening date for the Dallas location.

Anise brings mezze platters and more to the Village

A new Mediterranean restaurant has opened in The Village, serving dishes like lamb kofta shakshuka, flatbread and mezze platters. and more. According to the Dallas Observer, the restaurant is run by executive chef Aaron Skoultchi, former Boulevardier and Rapscallion, and has an intimate space off the lobby of the Drey Hotel where diners can enjoy dishes like Hawaiian-spiced baby back ribs, whipped ricotta, harissa-rubbed chicken and more, as well as drinks like wine and cocktails. The restaurant, located at 5630 Village Glen Drive, opened last month and every day except Monday.

Dallas Cowboys Team Up With Revolver Brewing For Three New Exclusive Beers

Granbury craft beer maker Revolver Brewing has teamed up with the Dallas Cowboys for a limited edition of beers that will be available exclusively at AT&T Stadium. The beers are Watermelon-Hi, a kolsch made from mashed watermelon and hibiscus; 2 beers on tap, aged in whiskey casks personally owned by Jerry Jones; and Barrel Aged Dem Berries, a cask aged version of Revolver’s popular blueberry wheat beer. Beers will be available throughout the season at the stadium’s Miller Lite House.

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