Food & Drink

Lowest Greenville's latest watering hole is serving WHAT?

Interior at Dallas Beer Kitchen

Lowest Greenville's Dallas Beer Kitchen sounds like it's probably just a bare-bones, suds-centric spot from a couple of guys that've spent the past few years dreaming of opening a craft beer bar, but it's actually a bare-bones, suds-centric spot from a couple of guys that've spent the past few years dreaming of opening a craft beer bar, but then hired some Cordon Bleu grads who went delightfully insane on the menu. Behold four of their finest beer-accoutrements:

The As Good as It Gets at Dallas Beer Kitchen

This is As Good as It Gets -- literally, because they've named their sammies after movies. This one's made w/ a brisket patty topped with bacon, onions, garlic aioli, and, strangely, cheddar instead of Jack.

The Boogie Nights at Dallas Beer Kitchen

The Boogie Nights: What were they smoking when they named a meatloaf sandwich after a movie about the porn industry? Ketchup... which is a good thing, especially with those onion straws on top.

The Lionheart at Dallas Beer Kitchen

Of course they took a fried chicken sandwich smothered in orange marmalade and jalapeno cilantro slaw and named it the Lionheart, because, like Van Damme, it's got kick. Damme, that was a hilarious joke!

The Reservoir Dog at Dallas Beer Kitchen

No, the Reservoir Dog won't cut your ear off and douse you in gasoline; instead, it kills you slowly, and deliciously, with a deep-fried bacon-wrapped hot dog(!) on a bed of pulled pork.

Bar and taps at Dallas Beer Kitchen

Thin out your blood Wash it all down with some of what this place is really all about: 30 rotating taps with five locals (Lakewood, Peticolas) and the rest (Ballast Point Dorado, North Coast Old Rasputin, Firestone Walker Wookey Jack) as determined by RateBeer.com, a site that found nearly half of 'em so delightful that they got scores of 99 or 100, which is just insane!