Latest wave of Dallas restaurant-bars reopens after COVID-19 layoff

With COVID-19 cases on the rise in the Dallas-Fort Worth area after a period of decline, it is difficult to know what to do with the virus and how to make a life.

These bar-centric establishments aren’t waiting to find out. You seize the day. They are making the most of the legislation that allows bars to reposition themselves as restaurants, introducing menus and reopening for business.

The latest bar-restaurants open their doors here:

Tipsy alchemist

The playful bar in Dallas will reopen at 8 p.m. this Friday after having closed since June. They promise to get back to basics, which at Tipsy consists of fun creative cocktails. In case you’ve forgotten, these are the people who served a cocktail in a light bulb.

Currently, the policy only applies to reservations to accommodate occupancy restrictions. Email [email protected]

Bernies

This jazzy little cocktail lounge in Preston Tower quietly reopened as a bar-restaurant in September thanks to a food component with pizza. They run specials like “Wine Wednesday” with $ 2 off wines by the glass and half off bottles, and they have a bartender dynamo Leann Berry behind the bar, along with yummy drinks, cold beers and whatever they ” the “coolest lounge in Preston Hollow. “

Double the width

The popular waterhole that serves as an outpost between Deep Ellum and Exposition Park is now open after months of self-isolation. They serve cold beers and stiff drinks, but also food from the recently opened Thunderbird Station, their newly opened sibling across the street.

The menu items include seasoned rinds, allspice and cheese spread, bean dip, cheese and meat planks, sandwiches and crispy rice treats.

The opening times are Tuesday to Sunday from 4pm to 12pm. Happy hour runs until 9:00 p.m. daily and is $ 3 for fountains and domestic servants, and $ 5 for Yoohoo Heehaws, the signature frozen vodka, and Yoohoo chocolate drink making.

Single wide

Double Wide’s little sister at 2110 Greenville Ave. will finally open again after months of being put down. In addition to cold beer and cocktails, Single Wide now also offers food from Thunderbird Station, their sibling in Deep Ellum, which opened in September.

Menu items are the same as for Double Wide, including seasoned rinds, allspice and cheese spread, bean dip, cheese and meat boards, sandwiches, and crispy rice treats.

The opening times are Tuesday to Sunday from 4pm to 12pm. Happy hour runs until 9:00 p.m. daily and is $ 3 for fountains and domestic servants, and $ 5 for Yoohoo Heehaws, the signature frozen vodka, and Yoohoo chocolate drink making.

Kim Finch, who owns both double and single wide, says both bars have limited capacity and asks customers to respect other’s space and wear a mask when not seated. “We want to stay open!” She says.

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