Though not technically a new opening as much as a relocation, the new HIDE on Lowest Greenville Ave. feels both nostalgic and altogether different than its former Deep Ellum locale. Now serving breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner and open each day from 8 am to midnight, HIDE is now more than just a great cocktail bar (and it’s still that, too, don’t worry). If you visit early, try the Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit or the Ribeye Scramble (and maybe a mimosa). At lunch or dinner, feast on TX Egg Rolls made with chicken and jalapeños or an OG Hide Double Cheeseburger made from a combo of brisket and chuck. Happy hour is a great time to sample cocktails, too, when most clock in at a budget-friendly $7.
After closing in 2020, Hide has decamped from Deep Ellum and opened its doors on Lower Greenville, occupying a much larger space complete with an elevated patio that overlooks the city. The creative, top-notch cocktails are still there, as the bartenders continue to enlist science-y roto vaporizers and centrifuges. But now, you can drink such things on a comfortable rooftop with plenty of seating. Sit above Greenville Avenue, sip a whiskey-and-amaro cocktail that comes in a glass flask, or try an herbal gin drink laced with cucumber-mint shrub, and watch this small section of the world go by.
How to book: Stop by for first come, first served seating.