Cheers! Alcohol Sales on the Rise in Dallas

Dallasites are thirsty and enjoying various spirits in the city’s downtown and Bishop districts.

The diverse nightlife scene and increase in club-goers mingling with “older” crowds puts Dallas near the top of the Texas bar scene and nightlife fun. The Bishops Arts District and downtown Dallas are two hotspots for locals and tourists to gather on a nightly basis to party, drink, and socialize.

The Bishop District is on track to becoming a popular hangout for nightlife options. Near the south of the downtown area where warehouses once populated the landscape is fast becoming the in-place to grab a beverage and enjoy live music.

Not losing any of its appeals, downtown Dallas remains the famous place for new nightclubs and bars to open, as well as the favorite spots that locals have grown to love for years.

With everything from comedy venues to live music spots, the nightlife in the downtown area does not wait for the weekend.

According to a TABS Report looking at alcohol sales, May 2021 tops $1 million for two Dallas establishments.

The Bottled Blonde Pizzeria, Beer Garden, and Nightlife posted $1.1 million in alcohol receipts for May. This includes beer, wine, and liquor.

The Bottled Blonde is an open-air venue in Deep Ellum. Its glass garage doors provide an alfresco feel and feature an ample rooftop dining space with breathtaking views of the downtown Dallas skyline.

The Happiest Hour is right behind Bottled Blonde, with more than $1 million in beer, wine, and liquor receipts for May.

A popular downtown destination, the Happiest Hour touts a large patio bar and lounge with a rooftop deck with an impeccable view and four full-service bars spread out over 12,000 square feet of the facility.

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