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Scope Out The Menu For Little Woodrow’s, Your New Favorite Spot For Burgers & Beer

Frozen cocktails, chicken wings & more are also on offer

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Your first glimpse inside Little Woodrow’s
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Since opening in Houston more than a decade ago, Little Woodrow’s has become one of the city’s favorite spots to chill (or get rowdy) with a frosty adult beverage. With its first Dallas location, Little Woodrow’s hopes to give Ross Avenue a proper neighborhood bar.

This week, the team behind this new spot at 3300 Ross is putting on the finishing touches before the doors officially open this weekend.

As far as the menu is concerned, diners can look forward to standard bar fare that’s kicked up about a thousand notches. Typical bar nachos are given a serious upgrade with Shiner Bock-infused queso sauce, freshly-made guacamole, buffalo chicken before being served on a massive platter bigger than your head.

Little Woodrow’s is also known for its burgers, which can be topped with everything from bacon and chili to guacamole and jalapeños. Booze options include more than 40 beers on tap, a selection of craft cocktails, and two frozen drinks — uber-trendy frosé and Woody’s Punch, a boozy and slushy tropical libation.

When patio season (aka fall) rolls around, Little Woodrow’s will undoubtedly be packed. A massive courtyard offers picnic table seating and plenty of TVs for watching football, and the restaurant’s large glass garage doors will be open when the weather’s nice to give the space a united and homey feel.

Feast your eyes on Little Woodrow’s full menu, and prepare to drool. The bar will make its Dallas debut on Saturday, September 16 at 10:30 a.m., just in time for college football kickoffs and, of course, brunch.