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Chef DAT's Twenty-Seven Now Serving Fancy Bar Food

Think huitlacoche hummus, venison tostadas, and something called "marijuana chicken."

Inside Twenty-Seven.
Inside Twenty-Seven.

Underground dinner king Chef DAT recently launched his new Deep Ellum restaurant Twenty-Seven with a three- or six-course prix-fixe format, but for more noncommittal diners, there's another option: a creative menu of small plates served at the bar. (Better yet, wine by the glass half-price at the bar on Thursdays and Fridays from 5 to 7 p.m.)

For night owls, Twenty-Seven also transforms into a late-night bar (dubbed XXVII Antique) with live music starting at 11:30 p.m. on Saturday nights. Regardless of what time you're there, be sure to scope out what might just be the coolest bathroom in Dallas.

Here's the current "fancy bar food" menu:

"Oysters & Pearls" $3 per oyster
tapioca, meuniere, fingerlime

Huitlacoche Hummus $9
lavash, cashews, chili oil

Hawaiian Ahi Tuna Poke $12
avocado, mango, yuzu pop rocks

BBQ'd Venison Tostadas $14
red handed bourbon, crema, candied jalapeno

"Marijuana Chicken" $18
hemp seed, green curry, wild shrooms

Akaushi Beef "Loco Moco" $22
quail egg, risotto, morel mushroom gravy


2901 Elm St, Dallas, TX 75226

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