The Perfect Mix: nue vodka Now Pouring in Harwood District Restaurants
Southwest Spirits’ locally crafted premium vodka is now available at 10 new Dallas hot spot destinations
Offering nue adventures in the heart of Dallas, Harwood District Restaurants are the perfect Dallas hot spots to enjoy Southwest Spirits’ nue vodka. We’re proud to announce that you can now sip our award-winning libation in the Harwood Street Historic District at ten exceptional eateries (with more soon to come).
Each of the Hardwood District Restaurants provides a creative escape from the ordinary—like Happiest Hour, Dallas’ largest patio bar and lounge. Happiest Hour features a huge rooftop deck with skyline views and massive TVs for sports fans, along with mouthwatering cocktails and over 50 beers on tap. Just steps away from the American Airlines Center, it’s your new go-to before concerts, Stars hockey games, and other exciting events at the world-class arena.
But Happiest Hour is just one of many Harwood District Restaurants where you’ll find nue vodka. From luminous gardens to handsome cafes, each culinary oasis will set all five of your senses ablaze:
Dolce Riviera – Upscale ristorante with authentic, coastal Italian fare and al fresco dining under lemon trees.
Elephant East – Pan-Asian cocktails and dynamic cuisine in an intimate, otherworldly ambiance.
Harwood Arms – Quintessential British pub serving pints of Guinness, fine spirits, and the best fish and chips in town.
Magnolias: Sous Le Pont – French sidewalk café with artisanal coffee, fresh sandwiches, and a charming neighborhood vibe.
Marie Gabrielle – Gorgeously manicured, 1.5-acre European garden space for dreamlike dining indoors and out.
Mercat Bistro – Exquisite Parisian cuisine and specialty cocktails wrapped in Art Nouveau glamour and effortless elan.
Saint Ann – Landmark 1927 schoolhouse converted into a bold New American restaurant with inventive cocktails and patio dining in a garden-inspired atmosphere.
Te Deseo – Lively Latin restaurant and bar with a chic rooftop courtyard and a vast collection of tequila, mezcal, and cigars.
The Grove at Hartwood – Fashionably casual hangout with outdoor picnic tables, breezy hammocks, and a volleyball court.
Poco Fiasco – Robust martinis and elevated pizzas that are Brooklyn-inspired and Dallas-born. Rowdy elegance and sophisticated revelry (opening this fall).
Whether you prefer a Brazilian caipirosca, a bloody mary during brunch, or an ice-cold salty dog—ask for Dallas’ own award-winning nue vodka the next time you dine out in the historic Harwood District.