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A New Patio Bar Is En Route to East Dallas

It’s from the minds behind Deep Ellum cocktail haunt Hide

A sleek cocktail at Hide
Amy McCarthy is a reporter at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

The minds behind Hide, Eater Dallas’s 2018 Bar of the Year reader’s choice winner, will open a new patio bar in East Dallas.

Toller Patio Bar will set up shop at 3675 Ross Avenue early next year, bringing a laid-back drinking destination to the neighborhood just east of Highway 75, according to CultureMap. Indoors, the space will offer a midcentury modern aesthetic, and a 12,000 square foot dog-friendly patio is sure to be a fair-weather destination for drinking draft cocktails and chowing down on bar fare like burgers and chicken wings.

The arrival of Toller comes a little more than two years after the opening of Hide, which has earned a reputation for serving excellent cocktails in Deep Ellum. It appears that the new bar will have a bit more casual, less scientific approach to libations than Hide, which employs centrifuges to “extract flavor molecules from fruit,” and grows its own garnishes in a hydroponic garden.

Toller Patio Bar is expected to open in spring 2019. Stay tuned for more details.