Proving that moving into a new space can be pretty awesome if you don't have to deal with a droning computer who's trying to kill you is Social House, which ditched its Uptown digs for a way larger, way lodge-y-er Addison location with 20+ wood-frame surrounded TVs that look like black mirrors when they're not on, slate-/wood-lined walls, and a ceiling with offset wood planks that make it look like a checkerboard, although behave yourself and you likely won't get jumped. What you'll be getting into: Food, For Eating: There're over 80 edibles to get down on, including Bock Beer Mussels (tossed with bacon, leeks, roasted garlic, and a spicy tomato broth), burgers like the Chorizo (w/ queso blanco, avocado, caramelized onions, and peppers), mesquite-wood-fired pizzas, and mains such as the III Meat Meatloaf, stuffed with beef, pork, and buffalo, giving the good people of Dallas the chance to dominate the Bills, as they've become accustomed to. Beer!: They've got over 50 brews on tap, from locals, (Live Oak Big Bark, Fireman's #4, Lost Gold IPA), to quality domestics (Dogfish Head 60min IPA, rotating seasonals from New Belgium), to fine Euros like Young's Double Chocolate Stout, and Maredsous 10, which "smells of raisins, pear, grapes, and apricot", and has an amber body, although if you have the same, expect there to be an Alert out for it. Cocktails Probably Too Classy For You: Include the Lychee Martini (Ketel One with lemon juice, simple syrup, elderflower liqueur, and lychee), the Grand Chilada (Grand Marnier, limeade, Corona), and the Mad Men, which like the show, features whiskey (shaken w/ lemon juice) and
awkward sex between Peggy and Pete on the couch in his office after everyone else has left for the night plenty of Razzmatazz.