Mitchell’s Bar Dallas, Guide & Review
Looking for the ultimate Dallas experience? Look no further than Mitchell’s Downtown Dallas. With food options such as frozen ice cream to escargot and a wide range of cocktails, you will understand the saying, “everything is bigger (and better!) In Texas.”
Downtown’s glamorous gold theme bar could be the venue for a great night out, a romantic getaway, or it could be the quickest spot to crash after a show. Mitchell is flexible, and that leads to a huge selection of alcohol – which includes a lot of gin; order a martini and they’ll ask what you want – and Champagne options for a party. The small kitchen produces large, hearty cheeseburgers and French bistro dishes such as steak frites, venison tartare and fresh oyster crust. Located in a stately 1920’s style adorned with candles and leather upholstery, the backyard cuts across the line between the restaurant and the restaurant. Which means a good place to stop for a quick drink or sit down to get a full meal. Offerings include sophisticated cocktails, more than 100 gin options, a solid wine system and a stellar menu of French-inspired food at a reasonable price (niçoise salad, beef tartare and steak frites). Whiskey lovers will especially want to note that they offer drinks made with Tottori and Teeling. Also get live music Thursday through Saturday night.
When Mitchell reopened after the epidemic, it took some time to publish the new beverage menus, but in the meantime, staff here could do something, or ask to find out about their inventions. You can just order vodka. They keep a bottle or two in an emergency, but that’s about it.