Quarterly Bar Dallas , Guide & Review
Quarter Bar has one of the many characters of any Uptown bar with a New Orleans theme and many rooms full of fun, classic furniture. Go upstairs to find a hot rooftop terrace with a few tables overlooking McKinney Ave. They also offer a happy hour every day of the week, specializing in a time of relaxation and entertainment like karaoke night.
The Uptown Crescent-City-themed two-story bar shares its homemade iron and plant-filled venue (and some of its menu items) with its close neighbor and sister, Bread Winners. The manager of the bar says that there is even one popular snack that is not on the menu, but the connoisseurs of the bar know how to ask for raw chili mac and cheese. The interior is like a library or a study with the walls off the books. All ornate leather, black wood and luxurious fabrics, and there are plenty of living spaces and private chat rooms, making it a great place for a first date or a place to meet old friends. Their excellent daily deals, including $ 1.50 PBR on Monday and $ 3 sources on Thursday, make this a popular neighborhood. It’s located in Uptown Dallas, but the two-tiered Quarter Bar sounds like something out of the French Quarter in New Orleans. Here you will find many rooms full of fun, old-fashioned furniture, and a few outdoor spaces, including a fully furnished terrace. Enjoy a vast selection of French Quarter-inspired signature cocktails, beer and wine, and dishes set in the South, which serve as a happy hour of the day of the week and plenty of weekly specials. At the Bread Winners ’loop-up, a cousin inspired by the French Quarter, the cool types of skater offer a melting pot of parties, including Posh SMU Greeks, Parkies, tattooed rockers, and the community in training. The second extended floor is worth a visit.