Apothecary Bar

Dallas
Cocktail Bar
$$$$

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This Lowest Greenville Avenue cocktail bar may have only debuted last summer, but its cutting-edge approach to cocktail crafting (think centrifuges and pyrolysis) has made it a worthy destination for innovation that doesn’t overshadow taste. Discover unexpected ingredients, such as Tom Kha soup in the Tom Kha-llins, as well as a vast vermouth collection that includes a handful of housemade options. Because of its popularity, this is one venue that’s worth planning in advance to visit.
How to book: Reservations can be made online, which are released the 15th of the month for the following month. A limited number of seats are available for walk-ins on a first come, first served basis.

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A tiny sign on the patio railing is all that alerts you to Apothecary’s existence—well, that plus a host standing beside said sign. Through the unmarked door is a dimly lit den of velvet furnishings, vintage chandeliers, and gilded mirrors, with a handful of bar seats and low-slung couches. The menu is filled with creative finds such as the Muerte Despierta featuring sous vide green apple-infused mezcal, lime, Yucatán bitter orange, génépy, scallop bottarga, and egg white. Does it sound kinda wacky? Yes. Is it good? Also yes.
How to book: Reserve via Tock.

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This low-lit lounge serves innovative cocktails and small plates like oysters, ceviche, and Torched Wagyu Nigiri. The drinks range from interesting to wacky, but each is surprisingly balanced. Much of what goes into your glass is made or doctored in house, like sous vide green apple mezcal and coconut-cinnamon rye whiskey. One unique drink channels Peking Duck, with duck confit-washed bourbon and lapsang tea-infused peach liqueur, while another merges kimchi-infused vodka with gentian, celery, mushroom soy, and gochujang. Needless to say, you’re unlikely to get bored here.
How to book: Reserve via Tock.

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