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A New Bar Brings Pre-Dinner Cocktails and Charcuterie to the Bishop Arts District

Revelers Hall is set to arrive this spring

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This spring, a collective of Bishop Arts District business owners will open Revelers Hall, a new destination for charcuterie boards, cocktails, and live music.

Co-owner Amy Wallace Cowan tells Eater that she and co-owners Jason Roberts and Corey McCombs, the minds behind Bishop Arts spots like Oddfellows, AJ Vagabonds, and Rabble Rousers Coffee Company, will open Revelers Hall at 412 North Bishop Avenue in the coming months. The intimate, 50-seat space is intended to serve as a pre- or post-dinner destination, complete with live music performed by visiting artists and the bar’s own house band.

“Revelers Hall will be a cozy spot to take in some live music while sharing a cheese and charcuterie board or a decadent dessert and a nice Scotch either before or after enjoying dinner in one of our neighborhood’s great spots,” Cowan says. “We have searched for the right home in Bishop Arts for Revelers Hall for some time now.”

As far as the food is concerned, diners can look forward to a “robust” selection of customizable cheese and charcuterie boards and desserts. A list of beer, wine, and cocktails will also be on offer, along with coffee and espresso drinks from Rabble Rousers.

Revelers Hall is expected to make its debut in March 2019. Stay tuned for an official opening date.