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Scope Out The Menu For Stirr, Debuting In Deep Ellum Next Week

Cocktails, dry-aged ribeye, and more await.

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Soon, Deep Ellum’s drunken revelers will have a brand new spot for cocktails, snacks, and swanky dinners.

A spokesperson for Stirr tells Eater that the restaurant will open at 2803 Main next week, and you’re going to want to add it to your happy hour rotation. The massive new industrial-chic space will feature a giant rooftop patio and bar lined with cozy couches, perfect for enjoying one of STIRR’s boozy libations.

The expansive menu offers starters, flatbreads, and substantial mains like a 60-day dry-aged ribeye, and tofu tikka masala. During the bar’s weekday happy hour, snacks like ponzu shishito peppers, ahi tuna nachos, and maple-bourbon glazed bacon all clock in at less than $10.

As far as the booze is concerned, cocktail enthusiasts should take note. The Final Word, mixed with floral gin and maraschino liqueur, is garnished with green chartreuse dust on the rim as a hat-tip to the cocktail’s classic inspiration. You’ll also find “large format drinks,” a.k.a. punch bowls, like a seasonally-rotating sangria and a cucumber-infused gin cocktail.

STIRR is set to make its Dallas debut “early next week.” The restaurant will be open for lunch, brunch, and dinner. In the meantime, you can pore over the menu and decide what to order.

Stirr Menus by Eater Houston on Scribd